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    Raised in Fear: Phantasm and the Uses of Enchantment

    For many filmgoers, seeing their first horror movie is a rite of passage: mine came at the tender age of six, on our first family visit to the drive-in to see "The Satanic Rites of Dracula" (1973).

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    'Safe House' Sequel In The Works

    'Safe House' Sequel In The Works

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    Trailer Watch: Penelope Cruz, Emile Hirsch, Wartorn Lovers in 'Twice Born'

    The trailer for Sergio Castellitto's Sarajevo drama "Twice Born," which is heading for Toronto, doesn't communicate much in the way of plot, but does put forth a boatload of emotion and drama. "Twice Born" tells the story of a woman (Penelope Cruz) who comes to Sarajevo w...

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    Academy Governors Pick November Award Winners: Katzenberg, Needham, Pennebaker and Stevens, Jr.

    Wednesday night the Academy board of governors convened to pick this year's winners of the Academy's Governors Awards. DreamWorks animation czar Jeffrey Katzenberg will take home the coveted Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award on December 1.

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    Universal Moves Forward With 'Safe House 2,' David Guggenheim Penning Script

    Universal hasn't been having the best year so far. Sure, they had an unexpected hit in the Seth MacFarlane comedy "Ted" and "Snow White and the Huntsmen" probably did just well enough to merit a sequel (writer David Koepp, who specializes in oversized blockbusters, is hard at work as we speak). But ...

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    BFI '12 Preview: French Drama 'Rengaine' (Hold Back)- Muslim Woman Falls For Black Christian Man

    A first feature film by French boxer, auteur and actor Rachid Djaidani (2006 documentary SUR MA LIGNE), Rengaine (Hold Back) premiered at this year's Cannes Film Festival, where it was the official selection in the Directors Fortnight and the International Critics Week sections.

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    LatinoBuzz: Interview with Actor Jorge Diaz

    He was recently in New York to attend the HBO New York International Latino Film Festival for the world premiere of 'Love, Concord' directed by Gustavo Guardado, in which he plays the lead role of Gerry, a class clown who meets Melinda (played charmingly by Angelina Leon), a pretty Latina bookworm a...

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    New Caribbean Cinema Series Presents 'Ring Di Alarm' - 7 Stories, 6 Directors, 1 Island (Jamaica)

    As described by the filmmakers behind it... The New Caribbean Cinema Series is a fresh, pioneering approach to film-making in the Caribbean. A mixture of ‘First World’ technical skill and business savvy, flavored with a distinctly Caribbean world-view, the New Caribbean Cinema Serie...

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    TTFF '12 Preview: St. Thomas Drama 'Chance' (Student Enters Crime Life In Order To Treat Mother's Illness)

    Filmed entirely in St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands, the drama Chance is screening at the 7th Annual Trinidad + Tobago Film Festival, which begins September 19. Directed by Evan Kaufmann (feature film debut) from a script penned by Mark Owens, Chance follows Darnell Smith (played by newcomer Terr...

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    New Images: 'The Hobbit,' 'Looper,' 'Cloud Atlas,' 'Anna Karenina' & More

    The Entertainment Weekly Fall Film preview is about two weeks old now, but being that they're in the 21st century, the outlet has finally put up many new images from that issue on their website.

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