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    Review: 'Tahrir' Is A Must-See Account Of The Egyptian Uprising

    The "Arab Spring" -- a term frequently used to describe the various countries in the Middle East rising against their much-maligned leaders -- rages on in full force. Though the wave of revolution is powerful, the media tends to be very selective in its coverage, focusing on one country before quick...

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    Telluride Film Festival Sets Geoff Dyer For 2012 Guest Director

    The Telluride Film Festival has announced that award-winning writer Geoff Dyer will be the Guest Director at the 39th edition of the festival, which runs this August 31-September 3.

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    Cate Blanchett Dons Scrubs In New Set Photos From Terrence Malick's 'Knight Of Cups'

    Terrence Malick, a director who not long ago was famed for the vast lengths of time between his film releases, now has no less than three (or is it four?) projects at various stages of development. In fact, we’re constantly having to remind ourselves which film is which when a new piece of informati...

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    'Think Like A Man' Continues Push To $100 Million; 'Intouchables' Breaks $1 Million Stateside

    Call it the "Think Like A Man $100 million" watch.

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    Zhang Ziyi Courted For Ed Zwick's 'The Great Wall,' Filming Pushed To Spring 2013

    As a youth, Ed Zwick must have really enjoyed history class as films with a period setting and/or stories set to the backdrop of war or conflict are a recurring theme in his work. Despite a gear change with "Love And Other Drugs" in 2010, Zwick looks to be returning to his bread and butter...

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    Doonesbury Takes on Sexual Assault in the Military

    Gotta love Garry Trudeau.  He has created a series of cartoons that play off the incredible, heartbreaking new documentary The Invisible War about the plague of sexual assault in the military.  The film opens June 22.  It also just won the Audience Award for best documentary at the...

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    Behind-the-Scenes Doc 'Marina Abramović: The Artist is Present' Ruins the Mystique of Her Performance Art

    Behind-the-Scenes Doc 'Marina Abramović: The Artist is Present' Ruins the Mystique of Her Performance Art

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    Specialty Box Office: 'Safety' and 'Dark Horse' Lead Debuts; 'Moonrise' Hits Overall Top 10

    A slew of notable new indie films entered the marketplace this weekend, with Film District's "Safety Not Guaranteed" and Brainstorm Media's "Dark Horse" the only ones to manage per-theater-averages over $10,000. They topped the likes of Fox Searchlight's "Lola Ve...

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    'Sparkle: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack' To Be Released July 31 (Listen To Samples)

    The film is scheduled to be released in theaters on August 17, but before that, on July 31, Sparkle: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack will be available for purchase from RCA Records.

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    Ridley Scott's 'Prometheus': The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

    Well, "Prometheus" is in theaters. And if nothing else, it's been causing more furious debate -- in multiplex lobbies, in bars, online -- than most movies in recent memory. And The Playlist head office has been a warzone, with some loving the film, some loathing it, and some (like our review) fallin...

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