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    Trailers from Hell: Joe Dante on John Gilling's Odd & Underappreciated 'The Gamma People'

    It's "Strange People!" week at Trailers from Hell, and director Joe Dante introduces "one of the oddest and least appreciated of all '50s genre films": John Gilling's "The Gamma People." Trailer and commentary below...

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  • The Playlist
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    David Fincher To Produce 'IOU,' The Next Effort From 'Mean Creek' Director Jacob Aaron Estes

    David Fincher doesn't produce very often, so you can bet if he's throwing his weight behind something, he believes in it. To date, Fincher has put his name on those BMW ads in the early '00s directed by folks like Joe Carnahan and John Frankenheimer, Catherine Hardwicke's "Lords...

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  • Criticwire
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    Is Film Criticism Dying or Evolving?

    Or can it be both?

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  • Indiewire
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    The New York Times to Support Short-Form Documentaries in Collaboration with BRITDOC

    BRITDOC announced today at Good Pitch Europe that it will be working with The New York Times to support short-form documentaries. The not-for-profit film foundation will give grants to those individual filmmakers chosen by the paper to make original shorts for the website (NYTimes.com) and The New Y...

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  • Shadow and Act
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    Los Angeles Film Festival 2012 Winners ('Four,' 'All Is Well,' 'The Chair' Take Top Honors)

    Los Angeles Film Festival 2012 Winners ('Four,' 'All Is Well,' 'The Chair' Take Top Honors)

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    Congrats to 'You Are Not Alone,' Indiewire's Project of the Week!

    Thanks to your votes, the first-person narrative "You Are Not Alone" won this weekend’s Project of the Week contest!

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  • The Playlist
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    Wake Up, Time To Die: 5 Things You Might Not Know About 'Blade Runner'

    One of the many reasons "Prometheus" was eagerly anticipated by so many was the director's track record in the sci-fi genre. Ridley Scott had only made two science fiction pictures before this year's blockbuster, and both are considered classics (and arguably his best two films). The first was 1979'...

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    Specialty Box Office: Woody Allen's 'Rome' Scores Huge Limited Debut

    Woody Allen's "To Rome With Love" managed a massive limited debut this weekend. It scored both the second best per-theater-average so far this year (after "Moonrise Kingdom") and the second best of Allen's career (after "Midnight in Paris").

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    Palm Springs Shorts Fest Crowns 'Behind the Mirrors' and 'Paulie' as Best of Fest

    The Palm Springs International ShortFest, North America's largest short film festival and market that ends today, held its awards last night. The festival honored the winning films with over $100,000 in prizes, including $16,000 in cash prizes.

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    'Ethel' and 'The Intouchables' Win Audience Award for Best Film at Nantucket Fest

    Rory Kennedy’s "Ethel" and Eric Toledano and Oliver Nakache’s "The Intouchables" tied for the Audience Award for Best Feature Film at the Nantucket Film Festival awards ceremony on Sunday evening.

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