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    Time is On Your Side: "Mad Men" Deals With Death and The Rolling Stones

    We see more evidence of how time and the changes that come with it are sitting with both Don Draper and other characters -- and in an episode directed by the leading man himself, Jon Hamm.

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    ND/NF '12 Review: Mads Brugger Cheats Death In Provocative Doc 'The Ambassador'

    Mads Brugger is a man with a death wish. The Danish journalist turned filmmaker will turn a lot of heads with “The Ambassador,” which recently debuted at the New Directors/New Films program in New York City. The film is ostensibly a documentary about the corruption between Central African despots an...

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    "Audre Lorde - The Berlin Years 1984 to 1992" Gets UK Premiere Date - April 14th

    Previously profiled on S&A, it made its world premiere in the Panorama Documentary section at the Berlin Film Festival in February; and now Dagmar Shultz's Audre Lorde - The Berlin Years 1984 to 1992 is scheduled to make its UK premiere on April 14th at Fringe Film Gay Film Festival whi...

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    The Shopkeeper’s Till & The Devil’s Pie: Notes For A Revolution In African-American Filmmaking (Part 3)

    Before we begin this third installment it is necessary to redress several key points of contention from the previous installments to better reveal what is at stake concerning the relationship between African-American Cinema and the American Entertainment Complex. Taken separately many of the bu...

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    '2001: A Space Odyssey': 5 Things You Probably Didn't Know About The Film

    Forty-four years ago today, "2001: A Space Odyssey," Stanley Kubrick's classic science-fiction movie, premiered at the Uptown Theater in Washington D.C. While neither commercially or critically successful to begin with (the legendary Pauline Kael called it a "monumentally unimaginative movie"), but ...

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    First Look At The Pink Vinyl & Picture Disc LP Options For The 'Drive' Soundtrack Reissue

    If you thought owning Driver's badass jacket was the ultimate way to show your fandom for Nicolas Winding Refn's "Drive," some upcoming slabs of wax will have you reaching for your wallet once more.

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    'Beasts of the Southern Wild,' Tabu' Announced as Early Sydney Film Festival Selections

    The 59th Sydney Film Festival has announced "Beasts of the Southern Wild," "Tabu," and "The Law in These Parts" as part of its early line-up in advance of the full program launch on May 9.

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    Congrats to 'Two Blind to Ride,' Indiewire's Project of the Week!

    After a stunningly close victory secured by only one vote, the cycling documentary "Two Blind to Ride" triumphed in this weekend’s Project of the Week contest!

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    Whit Stillman Talks Making 'Damsels In Distress,' His Connection To The Current Generation & More

    Yes, it’s been a while since Whit Stillman released a film. But that story has already been done to death. The important fact is that Stillman is back, rejuvenated, and from the sound of our recent interview, looking to get back in the saddle again soon.

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    Morgan Spurlock's 'Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope' Is Charming, But Does He Bury the Lead?

    Spurlock has crafted an inoffensive love letter sure to please the contingency it represents. However, no matter the cheerful vibe, this is one portrait that could have used a critical eye.

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