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    Is Netflix Changing the Way TV Series Are Made With Its Use of Data Mining, Or Doing More of the Same Old Thing?

    Two weeks ago, Netflix released a trailer for "House of Cards," marking its first big foray into original programming. And the company has several other shows in the hopper. But the way it has approached creating its own programming may be just as interesting as the projects it's chosen.

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    Anne Chaisson Appointed Executive Director of Hamptons Film Festival

    The Hamptons International Film Festival has appointed Anne Chaisson as its new executive director and promoted director of programming David Nugent to artistic director.

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    Filmmakers Create a New Platform for Crowdfunding and Streaming Distribution in the Same Place

    With the new Seed&Spark, Emily Best and a group of fellow filmmakers want to make it easier for filmmakers to raise money, complete productions quickly, and have control over their distribution.

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    Indiewire @ Hulu: Giving Back & Making An Impact

    Indiewire @ Hulu: Giving Back & Making An Impact

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    Academy Narrows Live Action Short Film Race To 11; Bryce Dallas Howard Among Finalists

    The Oscar race for best live action short film has narrowed to 11 finalists down from the 125 films that originally qualified. Notably, “when you find me,” directed by Bryce Dallas Howard and executive produced by her father Ron, is among the finalists.

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    Academy Narrows Visual Effects Race To 10; 'Impossible' and 'Flight' Snubbed

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences narrowed the Visual Effects Oscar race to 10 films today, with "Looper," "The Hunger Games," "Men in Black III" and -- most surprisingly -- "The Impossible" and "Flight" all left out of the race. T...

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    Sundance Drama 'LUV' Starring Common to Hit AMC Theater Screens Exclusively in January

    Indomina Releasing will release Sheldon Candis’s drama "LUV" exclusively at AMC theaters around the country through the AMC Independent program Jan. 18.

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    Sundance 2013: Spotlight, Park City at Midnight and New Frontier Official Line-Ups

    The official 2013 Sundance Film Festival line-ups for Spotlight, Park City at Midnight and New Frontier were revealed Thursday.

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    HBO is Developing Debt Collector Drama 'Paper' With Brad Pitt's Production Company

    The newest high-end project to land in development at HBO involves Brad Pitt, the New Yorker and award-winning short fiction writer Wells Tower. Variety reports that Pitt's company Plan B is now home to "Paper," an hour-long drama being developed by HBO based on Jake Halpern&...

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    The End Is Near: Watch the Teaser Trailer for 'REC 4: Apocalypse' (VIDEO)

    Just a few short months ago, the third installment in the found footage horror series "REC" was released in the United States, and already Magnet is gearing audiences up for more. The studio has just made available a teaser trailer for "REC 4: Apocalypse" which opts mostly as a recap from the first ...

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