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    Martin Donovan Reveals the Love Affair/Knife Fight Nature of Directing Actors After Making His Directorial Debut, 'Collaborator'

    Martin Donovan Reveals the Love Affair/Knife Fight Nature of Directing Actors After Making His Directorial Debut, 'Collaborator'

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    The 30 Highest Grossing Specialty Films of 2012 (So Far)

    Here's a chart of 2012's thirty highest grossing films tracked by Indiewire's box office charts, as of July 1, 2012.

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    New Images From The Weinsteins' 'The Sapphires' Starring Chris O'Dowd

    Before the Cannes Film Festival even began this year, The Weinstein Company made their usual round of high-profile acquisitions, and among the more curious selections, a largely unknown Aussie flick called “The Sapphires” made its way into the mix. As more info was released, it became cl...

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    New Doc Investigates Slavery's Role In Success Of African American And Caribbean Sprinters

    Surely to inspire lots of debate... ahead of this summer's Olympics in London, a documentary airing tonight on Channel 4 in the UK asks why all the successful track and field sprinters can trace their ancestry back to the trans-Atlantic slave trade.

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    Watch: Jesse Eisenberg Meets Melissa Leo's Drug Dealer In Trailer For 'Why Stop Now?'; Preps Off-Broadway Effort 'The Revisionist'

    After a brief pause from acting in the past year, actor Jesse Eisenberg is slowly finding his way back onto cinema screens, most recently in Woody Allen's latest, “To Rome With Love.” That isn't to say the actor's been lounging off his Fincher cash though, as a first glimpse ...

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    Watch: See Jesse Eisenberg Pop Pills in Trailer for 'Why Stop Now'

    It's a far cry from "The Social Network" or Woody Allen's recent hit "To Rome With Love," but Jesse Eisenberg makes an indie splash back to the big screen with Phil Dorling and Ron Nyswaner's "Why Stop Now," a Sundance ensemble comedy previously known as "Predisposed."

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    In Case You Didn't Already Know... Acclaimed Brit Actor Ashley Walters Raps Too...

    And he's released a video for his new track titled How You Like Me Now, which is now available to pre-order on iTunes UK; it won't be officially released until July 29th.

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    The Films Of Oliver Stone: A Retrospective

    Oliver Stone loves his country, but he is also its loudest critic. Whether tackling history head-on in films like "Platoon" or "Born On The Fourth Of July," or profiling presidents in "JFK," "W." and "Nixon," and even in seemingly genre-centered material like "Natural Born Killers" or "Any Given Sun...

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    Call For Projects For 2012 Les Arcs Co-production Village

    Information our filmmaker/producer readers in Europe can use, courtesy of Cineuropa:

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    FUTURES: 'The Pact' Writer/Director Nicholas McCarthy On Going From Arty Shorts to Mainstream Horror

    Unknown ObjectWhy He's On Our Radar: After debuting his creepy short "The Pact" at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, Nicholas McCarthy returned a year later to Park City with his feature film, which expanded on the short and was also titled "The Pact." McCarthy's stellar debut played well with horror...

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