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    Another Track From "Sparkle" Released; Whitney Houston Gospel Solo "His Eye Is On The Sparrow"

    Monday saw the release of a track called Celebrate!, from the soundtrack to the upcoming remake of Sparkle, performed by the late Whitney Houston, in a duet she performed with Jordin Sparks.

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    3D 'The Simpsons' Short Film To Play Before 'Ice Age: Continental Drift'

    There was a time in movie theaters when a short animated film would play before the feature presentation. Many of the legendary Tex Avery cartoons started out their life this way, until, like most things in the film industry, shorts fell out of fashion with fickle audiences. The only studio that kee...

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    Cannes 2012: Walter Salles and Sprawling Cast Recreate Jack Kerouac's 'On the Road,' Which is Cruising for an NC-17

    "On the Road" is a two hour and 17-minute recreation of Jack Kerouac's seminal 1957 novel. It's a serious thoughtful gorgeously mounted period art film and American travelogue, carefully researched and painstakingly crafted. Walter Salles and writer Jose Rivera, the team behind &qu...

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    Watch: Bill Murray Is Livin' La Vida Loca on 'Moonrise Kingdom' Set Tour

    Excited for "Moonrise Kingdom"? You should be. It's delightful. Watch Bill Murray give a tour of the set to prepare you for the Wes Anderson film, opening May 25.

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    Co-Directors Of French Blockbuster "Intouchables" Talk "Magical Negro" Comparisons

    It opens this Friday, May 25, in the USA, after a year of coverage of the French film here on S&A. So those of you Stateside will finally get to experience The Intouchables for yourselves... assuming you're interested of course.

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    "Little Brother" Aims for Third Film in 10-Year Doc Series on Young Black Males (Fundraising)

    There have been a few previous posts here on S&A about my film series Little Brother, but I wanted to make a personal appeal for the next leg of our journey, as we look to produce our third film in the 10-year series.

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    Pablo Larrain's 'No' Picked Up For U.S. By Sony Pictures Classics, IFC Nabs Ben Wheatley's 'Sightseers'

    When movies aren’t being watched at the Cannes Film Festival, they’re being purchased, and we’ve got news of a couple that have been picked up for North American distribution.

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    CANNES 2012: Leos Carax's HOLY MOTORS

    Where does one begin with Leos Carax’s insane "Holy Motors"? Maybe its incredible central performance(s) by Denis Lavant, who literally transforms into a different character in nearly every other scene, each one stranger than the next? Or perhaps its stark raving mad narrative that bends so far into...

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    Tariq Nasheed's Newest Film 'The Eugenist' Gets Official Trailer

    New York Times best-selling author Tariq ‘King Flex’ Nasheed steps out of his realm of dispensing ‘game’ and relationship advice once again as he’s made public the trailer for his second film, The Eugenist.  See the triailer below.

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    Christopher Guest is Working on a TV Comedy Called 'Family Tree'

    Christopher Guest hasn't directed a film since 2006's awards-season satire "For Your Consideration," but according to Vulture, he's got a new project in the works -- and it's for TV. The site's reporting that Guest is collaborating with Jim Piddock, who played Simon Whi...

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