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    Oscar Predictions 2015

    As the fall festivals loom, I'm listing some possibilities for Oscar consideration for 2015. Going into the season, only a handful of movies have Oscar potential; their handlers will rely on critics and guild groups to keep them in the conversation over the long haul. They are Wes Anderson's well-wr...

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    20 Fictional Movie Bands That Rocked Your World

    Movies and music are closely entwined, as the name of this site demonstrates and as we've shown several times recently (each word there links to a different recent music/movie feature). But rarer —and frequently more fun— than pre-existing songs or known musicians showing up on screen are films wher...

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    8 Burning Questions For Jeff Bridges

    8 Burning Questions for Jeff Bridges.

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    Exclusive: Check Out the Captivating Trailer and Poster for 'A Leading Man'

    Indiewire's exclusive look at the poster and trailer for "A Leading Man."

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    Deluge Of Release Schedule Changes Send "Big Boards" Into A Tizzy

    The big boards that all studios have in their conference room, showing release dates for the next several years must have exploded this week thanks to the deluge of changes. So without further ado...

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    5 Film Festival Survival Tips for Introverts

    Not the most social filmmaker? No worries. In this guest post, Rachel Tucker advises introverts on how to survive film festivals.

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    TIFF Trailer: 'Kitchen Stories' Director Bent Hamer's '1001 Grams'

    He might not be as recognized as someone like Aki Kaurismaki, but Norwegian filmmaker Bent Hamer has carved out his own similarly distinctive niche, thanks to offbeat comedies like "Kitchen Stories" and "O'Horten." Now he's back with "1001 Grams," which will make its World Premiere at the Toronto In...

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    First Reviews of 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles': At Least It's Not as Bad as 'Transformers'

    Turtles in a half-shell half-baked, at best.

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    iROKOtv.com Announces New International Content Package for Internet TV Service in Africa

    Pay TV in Africa is the fastest growing form of media on the continent, and it is predicted that Internet TV will become the third distribution platform.

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    Werner Herzog Was Once Tricked Into Getting High and Other Highlights From His Vulture Interview

    In anticipation of the release of the new release "Herzog: The Collection" Blu-ray set, Werner Herzog participated in a Vulture interview where he divulged some hilarious insights from his life and filmmaking career. Here are the top highlights from the transcript.

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  • Women and Hollywood
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    Marvel Chief Says He Wants a Female-Led Superhero Movie... Just Not Right Now

    In other words, don't expect a Black Widow movie anytime soon.

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    Santa Barbara Embraces the Latino Within

    Mickey Duzdevich, the new Wave Film Festival Director, along with SBIFF Executive Director Roger Durling, have announced, “Due to its success with over 3,000 attendees, we have decided to return next Spring with a Spanish and Latin America edition, along with the 2nd French WAVE next July."

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    Watch Episode 6 of Comedy Web Series 'The Art Of Theatrical Ushery'

    Here is Episode 6, Tattooed, of the ongoing comedy series 'The Art Of Theatrical Ushery,' by filmmaker Christopher Banks.

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    Venice First Look: Owen Wilson, Imogen Poots & Jennifer Aniston In Peter Bogdanovich's 'She's Funny That Way'

    It's been over a decade since Peter Bogdanovich directed a feature film. Since "The Cat's Meow" in 2001, the filmmaker has helmed an episode of "The Sopranos," the TV sports drama "Hustle" and the documentary "Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers: Runnin' Down A Dream." Now, he's returned with a full len...

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    Sleeper of the Week: 'The Strange Little Cat'

    This week's underdog gives the term "student film" a good name.

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    Review: Afro-Colombian Coming of Age Drama 'La Playa D.C.' Is Now On VOD

    Though it isn't perfect, this story signals something we need more of, portraying people who have existed and survived in a country where their stories, like the Afro-Colombian soundtrack, ring loud and distinct.

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    Casting: Bill Murray Is Baloo In Jon Favreau's 'Jungle Book' And More

    Although the Toronto International Film Festival is having trouble tracking down Bill Murray, in order to secure his hotly buzzed "St. Vincent" for a premiere screening, the actor isn't completely off the grid. Prone taking on gigs that suit his fleeting fancy, Murray has a surprise up his sleeve.

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