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    Watch First 5 Minutes Of "Brooklyn Boheme" - Feature By Nelson George & Diane Paragas

    Here are the first 5 minutes of a feature-length documentary film co-directed by Nelson George and Diane Paragas, titled, Brooklyn Boheme.

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    “The Killing” Season Finale: They Did What?!

    My first reaction to the last minutes of The Killing season finale, in which we did not find out who killed Rosie Larsen, was a simple, childish “No fair!” What kind of detective show does that?

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    Watch: New Teaser Trailer For Pedro Almodóvar’s ‘The Skin I Live In’

    While it didn't quite light up the critics when it premiered last month at the Cannes Film Festival, Pedro Almodóvar’s "The Skin I Live In" is still one that left people talking long after the lights came back up on the Croisette. Starring Antonio Banderas, Elena Anaya and Marisa Paredes and based o...

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    Multimedia Project On Slave-Turned-Spy, James Armistead Lafayette, Premieres This Week!

    In New York City this week, Kenseth Armstead premieres his Creative Capital-supported project, Spook™ (a multi-media project on the life and times of James Armistead Lafayette, a slave-turned-spy who provided intelligence to help end the American Revolution).

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    Channing Tatum Teams With 'Mongol' Helmer Sergei Bodrov For 'Blood Brothers'

    Admittedly, we haven't seen enough from Channing Tatum's career so far to affirm he'll become a bonafide star one day -- but, damn, if he keeps teaming up with interesting, talented directors, he's gotta be doing something right, right? We mention it almost every time a story about the star pops up ...

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    Guest Post: Gary Baddeley "Towards A Sustainable Independent Film Community"

    Information needs to be shared. To fix this thing of ours, we have to speak up and out about what we want and how we operate. I was recently approached by an old friend, Gary Baddeley, about helping him do just that. Allow him to give you the details. Help him out, okay?

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    Diablo Cody Dreams Of Brian Wilson Biopic, Teases Her Own Directorial Ambitions

    Dustin Lance Black Admits TIFF Cut Of 'What's Wrong With Virginia' Was "Pretty Bad," Planning New EditThe L.A. Film Festival is proving to be quite the headline-making event with several stories already flying out of the west coast. Now, at a meet titled "Coffee Talk: Screenwriters," scribes Diablo ...

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    The Killing Ends Its First Season

    The Killing ended its first season last night and surprise! it did not wrap up anything and only created more questions. I really thought we would get some closure but I am impressed that people were left frustrated. This show has really polarized people and that's really a good thing. One of the best things about The Killing is the female lead Detective Linden played by Mireille Enos. She is a different type of female lead. She's not light and breezy like other cops like Brenda Lee Johnson on The Closer and she doesn't have the smart retorts like Jane Rizzoli of Rizzoli and Isles. I don't think she smiled once, and I'm pretty sure she ...

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    Watch: New Clip Reveals The Creation Of The Universe In 'The Tree Of Life'

    With all the attention being showered on Terrence Malick's "The Tree Of Life" it's easy to forget that his latest endeavor puts the "art" firmly in "arthouse" and despite the star power behind the film, it's very much Malick's camera and thematic ambition that is the central focus of the film. While the story does (eventually) center on a coming-of-age and the troubled relationship between a young boy and his father, before we get there, Malick takes viewers through the creation of the universe, a stunning, gorgeous sequence that takes up much of the first third of the film. To help accurately capture what the cosmos might have looked when th...

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    50 Cent & Antoine Fuqua Starting New Production Company To Develop Action/Dramas

    Renaissance man (rapper, producer, actor, etc) Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson is reportedly teaming up with director Antoine Fuqua to start a new production company.

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