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    Tanya Fear Joins International Cast of London-Set Crime Drama 'Spotless'

    Stateside audiences will remember her as Harlow in "Kick-Ass 2."

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    Casting: Elisabeth Moss And Luke Evans Join Ben Wheatley's 'High-Rise,' Craig Roberts Visits 'Red Oaks' & More

    A terrific cast is forming around U.K. filmmaker Ben Wheatley's net film, “High-Rise." The movie already stars Tom Hiddleston, Sienna Miller, Jeremy Irons and James Purefoy (HBO’s “Rome”). That’s good enough as it is, but announced last night, joining the cast are “Mad Men” and “Top Of The Lake” sta...

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    Shoestringed 'Candid' is now Available on VOD (Voyeur Stalks Women, Crosses Paths w/ Serial Killer)

    "The 1-Man-Movie," because it was written, directed, shot, acted, and edited all by one man - himself - on a budget of just $5,000.

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    Watch: Ben Affleck & Matt Damon Announce The Return Of 'Project Greenlight'

    First airing in the early 2000s, "Project Greenlight" ran three seasons (the first two on HBO, the third on Bravo) and turned the struggle to make it in Hollywood into a reality series style event. But a bit classier than the stuff you see now. And the results were interesting, with the show—that fo...

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    Watch: Trailer For Hal Hartley's New Film 'My America'

    While we wait for Hal Hartley's next feature "Ned Rifle"—the finale to the "Henry Fool" trilogy that, according to IMDB, is already completed—the writer/director has another project ready to share. It's titled "My America," and a new trailer has arrived.

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    OIFF Announces 2014 Honorary Guests and Special Programs

    Despite political instability in the country and lack of resources, the Odessa International Film Festival will take place July 11 - 19, 2014, after a successful Indiegogo crowd-funding campaign.

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    Kickstart This: Documentary-In-Progress 'The Hardest Working Man…In Shoe Business'

    Filmmakers Duane Harper Grant and Aaron Cassara are currently in production for that most overlooked of urban heroes, the shoe repairman

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    Munich Film Festival to Honor Isabelle Huppert with Lifetime Achievement Award

    The festival will also screen the French actress' latest film, "Paris Follies."

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    Hey Hollywood, Twitter (Including One Oscar-Nominated Director) Wants You to #HireTheseWomen

    Twitter has been getting active in response to the tiny number of women directors hired by Hollywood studios

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    SF Silent Film Festival Director Anita Monga Talks the Highlights of One Delirious Movie Weekend (CLIPS)

    Most of my peak movie experiences of the year so far occurred at the one unmissable film event of the year for me: the venerable San Francisco Silent Film Festival.

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    Jada Pinkett Smith Is "Scary, Dangerous, Tough, Cunning" As Fish Mooney In 'Gotham' Character Poster

    I can foresee a #DontFuckWithFish hashtag on Twitter, when the series airs during the fall - or something more PC.

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    DGA Releases Key Dates for 2015 Awards Season

    The Directors Guild of America has released the schedule of important dates for next year's 67th Annual DGA Awards, set to be handed out in Los Angeles on February 7, 2015.

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    WATCH: Another Star Goes Musical, Keira Knightley Sings in 'Begin Again,' Ruffalo & Keener's Top 26 Flicks (VIDEO)

    We've seen Keira Knightley kick, swashbuckle, and charm her way through her career so far, but one thing we haven't seen her do very much of--until now--is sing.

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    Emmanuelle Seigner Delivers for Husband Roman Polanski in Two-Hander 'Venus in Fur'

    Roman Polanski's latest play-to-film "Venus and Fur" opened at the end of last year's Cannes Film Festival because it was the only day its star Emmanuelle Seigner could get away to the Riviera. Thus the film was a bit of an afterthought at the fest. It finally arrives via IFC stateside with terrific...

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    Sarah Jessica Parker Eyes Return to TV in Cop Drama

    She'll be trading in her Manolos for a Magnum.

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    Want To Be Involved In a Major TV Series About Modern Relationships and Youth Sexuality? Here's How!

    Here's a casting call that could see you land a part on a major global project

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    Annapurna and Rooney Mara Win Bidding War for Memoir 'A House of the Sky'

    Annapurna Pictures beat out its rivals in a bidding war to option Rooney Mara project "A House in the Sky." The New York Times bestselling memoir is written by Amanda Lindhout and Sara Corbett. Mara will star and serve as a producer with Annapurna’s Megan Ellison. Annapurna’s Chelsea Barnard will ov...

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    LatinoBuzz: Brazilian Animation Wins at Annency

    Earlier this month at the 2014 Annecy International Animated Film Festival, the Brazilian feature "The Boy and the World" earned the top honors from both the jury and the audience.

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    Out in the Night Traces an Attempt to Seek Justice for Queer Women of Color

    The case against the "New Jersey Four" was a perfect storm of injustice.

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