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    Producer Ben Smith Talks 'The Bourne Legacy' & The Status Of Robert Ludlum Adaptations In Development

    While the works of Robert Ludlum inspired a handful of movies through the '70s, '80s and '90s, it was the 'Bourne' series of films that truly brought his books to life on the big screen in a vital way. Jason Bourne has already become the basis for a certain kind of hero or thrill...

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    Congratulations to 'We Grew Up Here,' April's Project of the Month

    Congratulations to "We Grew Up Here" director Kevin Pickman.  The project received the most votes to win April's Project of the Month.  The prize is a consultation from the Sundance Institute.

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    Watch 6 Clips w/ Chris Rock & Julie Delpy In "2 Days In New York"

    Magnolia Pictures acquired release rights to Julie Delpy's dramedy sequel to 2 Days In Paris, 2 Days In New York, which she stars in along with Chris Rock - a film we've covered quite a bit, so I'll just skip to the new stuff... some new clips, which you can watch bel...

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    Funny or Die Launches iTunes Magazine 'The Occasional'

    FunnyOrDie, the popular comedy video site, is launching a bi-monthly digital humor magazine, "The Occasional," on iTunes. "The Artist" Oscar-winner Jean Dujardin graces their first cover.

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    Guest Post: Highlighting New Directing Talent

    Tonight, AFI’s Directing Workshop for Women will have its 2012 showcase at the DGA. Each year this highly selective program offers eight talented women a tuition-free training program and the opportunity to direct a short. This year’s lineup includes women with previous successful career...

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    Why 'La Haine' Tops Indiewire's 5 DVD Picks This Week

    This week on DVD/Blu-ray: A black-and-white French classic that's not directed by Jean-Luc Godard; one of the craziest comedies to ever play at the Sundance Film Festival; a moving drama from New Zealand; a comedic rush courtesy of Bobcat Goldthwait; and a mother's day treat for those who didn't thi...

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    Oprah Winfrey Network Hit With A $330 Million Loss

    I've said it before on S & A more than once, and I'll say it again. It ain't easy starting a TV network. It takes lots of time, patience and money. Lots and lots and lots and lots of money, as Oprah Winfrey is no doubt learning.

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    Ethan Hawke Reteams With Spierig Brothers For 'Predestination'; India Eisley Is Young Angelina Jolie In 'Maleficent'

    An actor proven to be versatile and eclectic with his role choices, there seems to be only one constant in Ethan Hawke's career: directors. The actor has re-teamed with several helmers over the years, including fellow Texan Richard Linklater, Antoine Fuqua ("Training Day," "Brookl...

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    'Catfish' Directors Henry Joost & Ariel Schulman Take On 'The Monkey Wrench Gang'

    Two years on and we're still none the wiser about whether Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman's debut film "Catfish" was in fact a documentary or not. Regardless, few would argue that it’s anything but a compelling watch, and that’s more than you can say for their follow up ...

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    Chicken & Egg Pictures Call for Entries

    For all female filmmakers-

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