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    Got Questions For Melvin Van Peebles? Ask Them Now!

    Melvin Van Peebles will hit one of those milestone birthdays this year; the man will turn 80 years old on August 21st! I hope I'm lucky enough to live that long... and he's quite healthy too. I recall in recent years, seeing him running on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, putting ...

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  • The Playlist
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    New Trailer, Poster & Photos For Sundance Darling & Cannes Contender 'Beasts Of The Southern Wild'

    It's no secret that we're fans of director Benh Zeitlin's "Beasts of the Southern Wild," given our glowing review form Sundance and early prediction that the indie has an outside chance of riding its current momentum into a Oscar nomination. Of course, we're not alone, as 'Beasts' took the Grand Jur...

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    LatinoBuzz: Latin American Films Take Center Stage at the Box Office, Sometimes

    It’s rare for a film in Spanish or Portuguese to make it to a U.S. theater. Even within Latin America or Spain, it’s difficult for local films to compete against Hollywood blockbusters. Once in a while, against all odds, Latino films triumph at their local box office.

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    Ridley Scott Says 'Prometheus' Is " '2001' On Steroids" Plus New Pics & Terrifying Audio From The Crew

    Need any more convincing that "Prometheus" is going to blow your balls off? How about this: “ [It's] ‘2001’ on steroids.”

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  • The Playlist
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    The Films Of Richard Linklater: A Retrospective

    Given that he's one of the more diverse and prolific filmmakers out there, it's been a disappointingly long four years without a new movie from Richard Linklater ("Me And Orson Welles" premiered at TIFF in 2008). Fortunately, the Austin, Texas-based filmmaker is back with "Bernie," a dark comedy whi...

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    BONUS TRAILER MIX: THE DARK KNIGHT RISES

    At the end of "The Dark Knight," Commissioner Gordon (Gary Oldman) had to explain to his son why Batman (Christian Bale) was being willfully chased by police—disgracing himself and abandoning his post for the greater good of Gotham. The new trailer for "The Dark Knight Rises" zeroes in on the sleepy...

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    Brit Marling Talks 'The East,' 'Sound of My Voice' and Delivering on the Hype

    The last time Indiewire caught up with writer/actress Brit Marling was at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, where the Georgetown Economics grad made quite the first impression by wowing critics and audiences with two breakthrough turns in "Another Earth" and "Sound of My Voice" (both of which she als...

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    Being Right About How Opinions Can't Be Wrong

    If opinions can't be wrong, then mine about this essay about mine about opinions never being wrong can't be wrong. Everyone got me so far?

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    Review: '65_Redroses' A Compelling, Inspiring Doc That Will Make You Want To Take A Breath & Appreciate Those Roses

    Take a deep breath. Unless you have cystic fibrosis, this is probably something you take for granted. About halfway through the documentary "65_Redroses," which documents the life of CF sufferer Eva Markvoort, you might find yourself gasping for air, if only to relish in your ability to do so. "65_R...

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    Amazon Studios Adds TV Series to Development Slate for Instant Video Release

    Phase Two of Amazon Studios' radical move to reinvent entertainment industry production models--turning to movie fans for direction and feedback on the process--is television.

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