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    Exclusive: Zal Batmanglij Reveals The 4 Films That Influenced 'Sound Of My Voice'

    It might seem like a distant memory, but it was at the Sundance Film Festival in 2011 where Brit Marling emerged as the next actress on the rise, and swept up along with her were filmmakers Mike Cahill and Zal Batmanglij, as she was the star and co-writer of both their films. And while the former's ...

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    Watch: See a Gentle, Pensive Side of 'Spring Breakers' Director Harmony Korine in Short Film 'Collected Harmony' (VIDEO)

    "Collected Harmony," Dustin Lynn's contemplative short film, features cult indie director Harmony Korine describing his early introduction to the art of filmmaking and his intuitive approach to constructing a story through images. An ambient score whisks a succession of shots across the screen, from...

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    Spend 'An Evening With Taye Diggs'

    Taye Diggs is heading back to the stage, briefly anyway, for a one night only concert; An Evening With Taye Diggs. 

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    Heroines of Cinema: 10 Reasons to Love Emma Thompson

    Having previously examined the downside of being of a star actress, it seemed time for a corrective tonic. Not that I feel any A-list actress particularly needs to be acclaimed a heroine.

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    New York Film Festival Reveals First Sneak Peek At Nicole Kidman In 'Stoker'; Plus New U.K. Trailer Arrives

    Surprises have been popping up all over the 50th annual New York Film Festival. Perhaps because it's celebrating an important semi-centennial milestone and its beloved chairman Richard Peña is stepping down after 25 years, NYFF is pulling in several riches this year. There's a surpris...

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    New York Film Festival Has a Secret (Screening): What Will It Be?

    At last year's New York Film Festival, folks were caught off guard when a last-minute addition was made to the festival: "A world premiere of a work-in-progress by a major filmmaker." Except they didn't tell anyone what that film was until they were sitting in theatre moments befor...

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    Apollo Theater Has Sights Set On Expansion With CAA

    The Apollo Theater has has teamed up with CAA and has its sights set on expanding the Harlem mainstay in an effort to support the non-profit and its initiatives.  

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    David Fincher's Netflix Series 'House of Cards' Gets a Premiere Date and a Release Plan

    Hulu's been adding original series from the likes of Richard Linklater, and Morgan Spurlock and Netflix unveiled Steve Van Zandt mobster dramedy "Lilyhammer" as its own first original show in February, the true test of the impact a TV series created for and premiering exclusively on a streaming site...

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    Steel Magnolias Opening Night

    Despite the lawsuit from original Steel Magnolia producer Victoria White, things appear to be moving full steam ahead. 

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    Holly Hunter Latest Actor To Join, Probably Get Cut Out Of, Terrence Malick's Next Film

    It took Terrence Malick twenty-five years to make his first three films -- "Badlands," "Days Of Heaven" and "The Thin Red Line." Which makes it all the more extraordinary to see the rate that the director's currently working at: last year's "The Tree Of Life" followed only fifteen months later by (t...

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