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    First Official & Bloody Look At Chloe Moretz & Julianne Moore In Kimberly Peirce's 'Carrie' Remake

    It would seem that, for whatever reason, folks are more curious than wary about Kimberly Peirce's remake of Brian De Palma's classic adaptation of Stephen King's "Carrie." Whatever the outcome may be, we're guessing that curiosity will continue to win out with the arrival of the impressive first off...

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    Out This Week: 7 Capsule Reviews of New Indie Releases

    This weekly column is intended to provide reviews of nearly every new indie release, including films on VOD. Specific release dates and locations follow each review.

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    Snag the Vote! SnagFilms Launches Free Online Documentary Film Festival to Prime Voters on the Big Issues

    View before you vote. SnagFilms hopes to help Americans educate themselves on the biggest issues facing the candidates and their constituents, so they've launched a comprehensive online film festival of documentaries that can be streamed for free through Election Day.

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    SnagFilms Launches Online Film Fest 'Snag the Vote 2012'

    What better time than presidential election season for online indie distributor SnagFilms to launch "Snag the Vote 2012," a free online film festival running through Election Day? The fest will feature more than 100 documentaries highlighting ten key issues defining the 2012 presidential e...

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    Preview Indie Dramedy 'Faisal Goes West' (Sudanese Man Working On A Texas Chicken Farm)

    Recently completed, and prepping to begin its film festival travels is director Bentley Brown's Faisal Goes West - an indie comedy/drama about a Sudanese man working in a Texas chicken farm; essentially, telling a larger story about how he and his family adjust to life in the USA.

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    Digging Through The Archives... What Happened To Djimon Hounsou's 'Thulsa Doom' Project?

    I'd say that the vast majority of new projects that are announced won't make it to the screen, for any number of reasons. Often it's due to a lack of financing.

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    Netflix & DirecTV Considering Bringing 'The Killing' Back For A Third Season To Infuriate You Further

    When AMC canceled "The Killing" at the end of last month, it put an end to a show that was full of promise but wound up infuriating many viewers by drawing out the mystery behind the murder of Rosie Larsen across two wheel-spinning seasons. In fact, as the second season begun, we laid out the case w...

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    Remembering Phyllis Diller

    By now you’ve probably seen obituaries and tributes to comedienne Phyllis Diller. I want to share a personal memory that speaks to one facet of her personality you may not have read about: her kindness. Many years ago I appeared on a handful of TV game shows, just for a lark. When I taped a week’s w...

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    'The Killing' May Return From the Dead for a Third Season at Netflix or DirecTV

    Last month AMC killed off "The Killing" after two seasons of the American adaptation of the Danish procedural, ones that finally wrapped up the case of the murder of Seattle teenager Rosie Larsen. But Sarah Linden (Mireille Enos) and Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman) may be back -- on ei...

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    Pearl Cleage, Ayoka Chenzira Talk Their New Partnership That Will Bring Cleage's Novels To Screen

    On Monday, we announced the exciting news that filmmaker and professor Ayoka Chenzira had partnered with acclaimed best-selling author Pearl Cleage to bring her novels to the screen, in what has been dubbed The Pearl Cleage Film Project (www.pearlcleagefilmproject.com).

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