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    Runtime: The Movies' Secret Spoiler

    What's the one spoiler that every movie has and no one talks about? Answer: its runtime.

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  • Women and Hollywood
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    Cannes Wrap-Up: Festival President Admits They Need to Work Harder to Include Women Directors

    Cannes wrapped up this weekend with Austrian filmmaker Michael Haneke winning the Palme d'Or for Amour.  He also won the Palme d'Or in 2009 for the last film he had in the festival, White Ribbon. 

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    Revisiting Spike Lee's *Forgotten Films* #1 - "She Hate Me"

    I call them Spike Lee's *forgotten* films, not because we don't remember them, but rather because, when discussion of Spike's film (specifically fan favorites) are had, these are the titles that rarely get mention. 

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    Jude Law Sought To Play Douglas Fairbanks In Mary Pickford Biopic

    Quite often, the Oscar-winning success of a film will lead to studios jumping over themselves to greenlight anything they have in the works that might be vaguely similar. "Slumdog Millionaire," for instance, led to development on a number of India-set projects, including the current sleeper hit "Bes...

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    Silverdocs Announces Complete Lineup with World Premieres of 'Farm,' 'Plimpton!' and 'Dreams'

    Silverdocs, the U.S. documentary festival held just outside of the nation's capital in Silver Spring, Maryland, has announced its complete lineup. Screening in the U.S. Competition are world premieres "Betting the Farm" (Jason Mann and Cecily Pingree) about organic milk in Maine, &quo...

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    Cannes: Kristen Stewart & Garrett Hedlund Talk Making Walter Salles' 'On The Road'

    If any film at Cannes this year faced the most fevered anticipation, it was Walter Salles' "On The Road." Not just because the project had been over thirty years in the making, and was based on a beloved, groundbreaking novel, but also because it features an exciting young cast lead by "Twilight" st...

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    Trailer Watch: Fast Girls

    Just in time for the Olympics here come Fast Girls. Could this be a new Bend it Like Beckham? Opens in the UK on June 15.

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    Casting: Judy Greer Joins 'Carrie' Remake; 'Twelve Years A Slave' Adds SNL's Taran Killam & William Sadler Boards 'Iron Man 3'

    "Arrested Development" scene-stealer Judy Greer is adding another string to her bow, joining Kimberley Peirce's remake of Brian De Palma horror classic "Carrie." The actress will take on the role known simply as "The Gym Teacher," which we're presuming is the role of Miss Collins in the original, th...

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    Josh Lucas in Chris Eyre's Eloquent "Hide Away"

    Josh Lucas usually plays the charming sidekick or caddish ex-boyfriend, and more recently starred as the hunted-down lawyer in the predictable, quickly-cancelled television version of The Firm. He gets a better chance and gives a powerfully touching performance in Chris Eyre’s eloquent, b...

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    Protagonist Appoints Mike Goodridge CEO

    Protagonist  Pictures has appointed  Mike Goodridge to its CEO position, it was announced today. 

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