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    Dorian Missick Will Play Boston Street Smart Detective in 3rd Season of Syfy's "Haven"

    Dorian Missick has joined the cast of Syfy's third season of Haven, based on Stephen King's novel titled The Colorado Kid, about a former FBI agent (Audrey Parker), who unravels the town's many secrets after she becomes a cop. Emily Rose will return as the lead of Audrey Parker.

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    Cannes Review: Xavier Dolan's Messy 'Laurence Anyways' Is Both Ambitious & Admirable

    "The sky's the limit," Fred (Suzanne Clement) says when she's asked about what people will say when her boyfriend Laurence (Melvin Poupad) decides to become a woman. It's 1989 and she believes that her generation is ready to handle transsexuality -- and perhaps they are -- but ...

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    'The Avengers' Hits DVD/Blu-ray September 25th With Alternate Ending And More Harry Dean Stanton

    Not content with holding 25 box office records to date, Marvel and Joss Whedon's superhero team-up flick "The Avengers" looks to continue to dominate the top ten this weekend, beating competitors "Battleship," "Dark Shadows" and "The Dictator" remorselessly, as though they were CGI recreations of a ...

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    'Polisse' Director Maïwenn: "My passion is personal."

    With the Cannes Film Festival currently underway, last year's winner of the Jury Prize, Maïwenn's ensemble drama "Polisse," hits select theaters today. The film, which marks the actress' third feature as a director, explores the personal lives and daily grind of the Parisian Child Protection Unit.

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    Dustin Lance Black Talks Re-Editing & Taking A Second Stab At His Directorial Debut 'Virginia'

    Dustin Lance Black had a rude awakening with his directorial debut "What's Wrong with Virginia?" when it first premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in 2010 -- critics hated it, including The Playlist. Even though he'd won an Academy Award for his screenplay of "Milk," Black discovered that the goo...

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    Cosby Screenwriting Program Profile: Professor, Screenwriter, Filmmaker Shahari Moore

    In 2004, I remember hearing about the Guy Hanks and Marvin Miller writing program at USC School of Cinematic Arts. However, I never pursued my curiosity about the benefits of the program, yet I was intrigued.  

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    VODetails: 'Entrance'

    Is this slow-burning indie horror flick worth your VODollars?

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    BAMcinemaFest Announces Lineup for 4th Annual Fest, Kicking Off June 20

    BAMcinématek announced its schedule for the fourth annual BAMcinemaFest, running June 20 - July 1. In addition to the lineup that includes 22 features (among them "Beasts of the Southern Wild," "Sleepwalk with Me," "Francine," "The Comedy" and "Det...

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    In Theaters: 'The Dictator' Overruns The 'Polisse,' So That 'Battleship' And 'What To Expect' May Cause Angry 'Hysteria' Among 'The Samaritan's

    Dictators, hitmen, and navy officers – oh my! It’s a big weekend for the dudes, the professional advantages mentioned above notwithstanding, and we can expect screens clogged with manly men doing male things. Even the invention of a sex toy (by a man, duh) and male grooming get sweet turns in the th...

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    Trash Docs Dump on Cannes: Filmmakers Talk Pollution at French Fest

    Is it a coincidence that two new documentaries premiering in Cannes both take on issues of waste and pollution? While one is micro (Fatih Akin's "Polluting Paradise," which premiered today) and the other is macro (British filmmaker Candida Brady's "Trashed," premiering...

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