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    Christine Vachon and Rubba Nadda Tackle Syrian Repression with "Inescapable"

    On a recent episode of "The Daily Show," there was a sketch involving the viral video hype raising awareness for the atrocities of Ugandan guerilla fighter Joseph Kony, and whether a similar hipster video could do the same for the injustices happening in Syria right now. I don't thi...

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    Alfonso Cuaron, Emir Kusturica, Michel Gondry, Marjane Satrapi & Sara Driver Team For Anthology 'Tales From The Hanging Head'

    So, just who is Sara Driver? She's a filmmaker who worked the New York scene, collaborating with Jim Jarmusch (producing "Stranger Than Paradise," working on "Permanent Vacation" and inspiring the story behind "Broken Flowers") and also made her own movies through t...

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    Watch: Beautiful Trailer for Sarah Polley's 'Take This Waltz' Looks Promising

    Fans of Sarah Polley's stellar directorial debut "Away From Her" have been itching for a follow-up, and for good reason: That film came out in 2006. The Canadian actress/writer/director is finally back this summer with her anticipated second feature, "Take This Waltz," starring Michelle Williams, Se...

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    Ridley Scott Says 'Prometheus' "Should Be" Rated R; New Pics Of Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender, Rafe Spall & More

    You may remember us mentioning the latest “Prometheus”-filled Empire magazine recently, the one that coined Noomi Rapace “The New Ripley.” Well it looks as if now that the issue is hitting newsstands it includes quite a bit of juicy information regarding Ridley Scott’s ...

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    VODetails: 'Open Five'

    More and more films premiere on Video on Demand -- if they don't simply bypass a theatrical release altogether. Because VOD reviews are often scarce and hard to find, Criticwire created VODetails, a recurring column to help you figure out whether a new VOD release is worth your hard-earned ...

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    Watch: Jennifer Lawrence Gets Scared In 'The House At The End Of The Street' Trailer

    Fun fact: The acronym for "The House At The End Of The Street" if you cheat a little bit is HATES. And since we're still rubbing the sleep out of our eyes, that's what we're going to call it for the rest of this post.

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    Watch: New 'Skyfall' Video Blogs Serve Up First Look At Bond Girls Berenice Marlohe & Naomie Harris

    Well, it's better than those teasers for trailers, and while it's not much more than an EPK, at the very least these new videoblogs from Sam Mendes' upcoming Bond film "Skyfall" do give us a reward for the watch.

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    SIMON SAYS: LOVE IN THE BUFF Redeems China Lion

    For a few months now, China Lion Entertainment has been better in theory than in practice. Until this week and with the notable exceptions of some interesting but inconsistent melodramas like "Aftershock" and "Love in Space," China Lion had yet to release a film worth recommending without serious re...

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    Watch: Trailer For 'Star Trek' Writer Alex Kurtzman's Directorial Debut 'People Like Us,' With Chris Pine, Elizabeth Banks & Michelle Pfieffer

    We're only about a month away from the start of the summer movie season, and the onslaught of noisy effects-heavy pictures that come with it. As such, more dramatic films, movies about human beings rather than robots or aliens, are about to get a little thin on the ground, but with the right placeme...

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    VIDEO - Motion Studies #7: Low Budget Eye Candy

    Even George Lucas started out as a resourceful low-budget filmmaker, as detailed in this video essay manifesto on DIY film production.

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