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    Italian Film Support

    Italia in Luce is a new public-private partnership between Istituto Luce Cinecitta, ANICA, the Italian Ministry of Culture, he Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry for Economic Development and the tourism department to create a budget of $6,4 million to support the film industry.

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    Brave—movie review

    If you have kids, you’ll want to take them to 'Brave', and they’ll almost certainly have a good time. If you’re an animation buff, you may have quibbles with the film, which looks great but isn’t up to Pixar’s high standards in terms of story. That’s the problem with creating so many innovative and ...

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    Rock Of Ages—movie review

    It’s easy to see how 'Rock of Ages' became a crowd-pleaser on Broadway, where audiences got caught up in the energy of 80s hit songs performed live. The film adaptation (credited, astonishingly, to three screenwriters, including the show’s creator Chris D’Arenzio) is a dreary collection of clichés a...

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    Canadian Film Centre Announces Lab For Music in Film

    The Canadian Film Centre (CFC) has announced The Slaight Family Music Lab, a new initiative designed to build stronger relationships between Canadian music talent and onscreen creators.

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    Michael Bay Says 'Transformers 4' Won't Be A Reboot, Will Be Cheaper & May Go Into Space

    What's in store for Michael Bay and "Transformers 4"? Well, the filmmaker did try to unsuccessfully escape from the franchise several times -- he tried to make "Pain And Gain," the movie he already wrapped this summer, in between his "Transformers" films, ala Nolan ...

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    Image Entertainment Catches SXSW Football Drama 'The Last Fall'

    Image Entertainment has acquired all North American rights to “The Last Fall,” written and directed by former pro-football player Matthew A. Cherry. A 2012 SXSW Film Festival selection, “Fall” was picked up at the American Black Film Festival in Miami, where Image is a spo...

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    Again?! Garbage, 'Ally McBeal' & Evil Cats: Nine Other Times the World Almost Ended on 'Futurama'

    In "A Farewell to Arms," the second half of last night's two-episode season premiere of "Futurama" on Comedy Central, a select group of Earth's residents fled to Mars after an ancient prophecy wheel was discovered that seemed to indicate this planet was about to be destro...

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    Cedric The Entertainer's 'Soul Man' Is TV Land's 2nd Highest-Rated Original Series Debut Ever

    Despite the entire pilot episode of this new Cedric the Entertainer original scripted sit-com for TV Land being made available on the web a full week before its official TV debut, last night's premiere of The Soul Man still managed to pull in 1.9 million viewers during i...

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    Max Minghella May Join Owen Wilson & Vince Vaughn In Shawn Levy's 'The Internship'

    Let's look at this as the good, the bad and the ugly. Max Minghella, the son of the late Anthony Minghella, is in early negotiations to join the 20th Century Fox comedy, "The Internship." The good: it's a film written by Vince Vaughn, and it reunites Vaughn with his "Wedd...

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    Colin Firth & Cate Blanchett To Star In 'Skinny And Cat,' Barbra Streisand's Return To Directing

    Most of the non-music career news about Barbra Streisand in the past little while has been about her taking a role in the brewing big screen remake of "Gypsy" set to be penned by "Downton Abbey" writer Julian Fellowes, but it looks like Babs has a little trick up her sleeve, and ...

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