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    TIFF TRAILER: Michael Winterbottom is Back With Beautiful Teaser for 'Everyday' (VIDEO)

    You can never predict what Michael Winterbottom will do next, as evidenced my his eclectic roster of work that inclues the brutal Southern noir "The Killer Inside Me," the road trip comedy "The Trip," his Mariane Pearle biopic "A Mighty Heart," and his hardcore sex romp...

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    Fall Movie Preview: Our 15 Most Anticipated Films For The Rest Of 2012

    The summer movie seasons is pretty much wrapped up, with the Venice Film Festival kicking off this week, and Telluride and Toronto just around the corner. And as ever, the fall festival season sees us move away from superheroes and the like for a few blessed months, in favor of some fare that's a li...

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    Does Mads Brugger's Satiric 'The Ambassador' Go Too Far?

    At the beginning of "The Red Chapel," the 2010 exposé of North Korean society directed by Danish comedian Mads Brügger, the filmmaker establishes his ruse from the outset, swiftly enunciating his intention to satirize the country's oppressive extremes by pretending to embra...

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    No One Tell the Film Industry About This Business Selling Fake Positive Book Reviews

    For $99, GettingBookReviews.com would review your book, sight unseen.

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    Decide Who Gets to Talk to the Tribeca Film Institute! Vote for August's Project of the Month!

    August is almost over, and it's time to choose one of our Projects of the Week to be named August's Project of the Month. The project that receives the most votes for Project of the Month will receive a consultation from our Project of the Month partner, Tribeca Film Institute!

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    Quentin Tarantino and Richard Kelly Talk Tony Scott at Double Feature of 'True Romance' and 'Domino'

    Quentin Tarantino took time from editing "Django Unchained" Friday night to pay tribute to mentor Tony Scott at a double feature screening of "True Romance" and "Domino" arranged by Backstory's Jeff Goldsmith at the LA Film School in Hollywood. "Domino" writer Richard Kelly joined the Q & A between ...

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    Watch: First Teaser Debuts For Michael Winterbottom's Toronto-Bound 'Everyday'

    Michael Winterbottom is a predictably unpredictable filmmaker – always zigging when you think he's going to zag, and taking on material that is uniform only in the sense that it's always very different and very challenging. Everything from his hardcore sex romp "9 Songs" to his sci-fi-ish "Code 39" ...

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    Marvel Head All-But Confirms Thanos In 'Guardians Of The Galaxy;' Will Damion Poitier Play Him?

    According to the good folks at ComicBookMovie.com, Marvel head Kevin Feige all-but confirmed that Thanos - seen in the end credits of The Avengers - will be a part of the Guardians of the Galaxy film that is currently in development.

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    Watch 'Outrageous' TV Commercial Parody 'Voodoo Mama'

    A close friend of mine who felt this short was "outrageous" sent me this mock TV commerical for a fictional hot sause called Voodoo Mama. It stars Rhys Ifans (The Amazing Spider Man, Harry Potter films and Notting Hill) and Bilonda Mfunyi.

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    In His Own Words: Andrew Disney Goes Back to High School In His Favorite Scene From 'Searching for Sonny' (VIDEO)

    Below writer-director Andrew Disney shares one of his favorite scenes from his high-school reunion comedy "Searching for Sonny," starring Jason Dohring (CW's "Ringer) and Minka Kelly ("The Roommate"). A winner at the Phoenix Film Festival where it picked up two awards for Best Screenwriting and Best...

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