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    Exclusive First Look at Poster & Clip for Swedish WWII Epic 'Simon and the Oaks'

    Check out our exclusive first look at the poster and a clip for Sweden's "Simon and the Oaks." Swedish director Lisa Ohlin's "Simon and the Oaks," based on Marianne Fredriksson's bestselling novel and recipient of thirteen nominations for Sweden's Guldbagge Awards, will hit US theaters on October 12...

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    Watch: Showtime Makes Its Own 'Dexter' Fanvid Set to 'Tonight's the Night'

    "Dexter" heads to the club in this music video from Showtime that sets footage from the show to a remix of Rolfe Kent's "Tonight's the Night" in order to promote the upcoming seventh season, starting on September 30th.

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    Preview Feature Doc 'Maree v. State' (Hero, Villain, Or Victim - An Alger/Kafka-esque Tale)

    “Sydney Maree is one of the world’s fastest runners. There’s no argument about that. The controversy is over whether he is the hero, or the villain, or the victim, of a tale that might have been written by Horatio Alger and Franz Kafka.” - Bob Lipsyte, CBS

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    'All Together' Starring Jane Fonda Acquired by Kino Lorber and Tribeca Film

    It was announced today that Stéphane Robelin's 2012 comedy "All Together," featuring Jane Fonda, Pierre Richard and Geraldine Chaplin, was jointly acquired by Kino Lorber Inc and Tribeca Film. This marks Fonda's first French-language film since 1972's "Tout Va Bien."

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  • The Playlist
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    Watch: Deleted Scene From 'The Avengers' Featuring Mark Ruffalo & Harry Dean Stanton

    With the summer movie season fading, "The Avengers" will emerge as the biggest hit of the blockbuster months with a $1.4 billion and change haul from the box office. But Marvel's money train for the movie won't end as next month, the movie hits Blu-ray and, with die hard fans alrea...

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    Beijing Indie Film Festival Goes Dark After Record Turnout, Heads Underground

    One of China’s indie film showcases fell dark on Saturday, as electrical power was cut during the opening screening of the 9th Beijing Independent Film Festival. Held in the Songzhuang arts district in the outskirts of Beijing, the festival’s opening ceremony drew about 500 attendees by organizers’ ...

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  • Women and Hollywood
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    Win a Copy of Feminist Ryan Gosling

    I love Feminist Ryan Gosling.  Gender studies student Danielle Henderson is so frickin smart taking a dude we all think of as sensitive with feminist tendencies and throwing some great feminist quotes onto his pictures creating a whole new meme.  It was so smart that this woman got herself...

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  • The Playlist
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    Exclusive: Mesmerizing Clip From 'Samsara' Plus Win Tickets For NYC Screenings This Weekend

    If you thought the summer season of big screen spectacle was over, guess again. While the major studios have all (mostly) unveiled their popcorn munching, effects driven blockbusters for the year, for those looking for something both to dazzle they eye and exercise the brain, the folks over at Oscil...

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    Preview Father & Daughter Courtroom Drama 'For The Cause' (In Post-Production)

    For The Cause is an upcoming feature film from writer/director/producer Katherine Nero, which wrapped principal photography just last month, and is currently in post-production, thanks to the $65,000+ Nero successfully raised earlier this year, which was enough to kickstart the produc...

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    IFC Developing Chris Gethard Series and 'Adopting' the Comedian as an On-Air Host

    As a way of furthering the network's alt-comedy brand as well as presumably test-driving on-air hosts, IFC's launching an "Adopt-A-Comic" program in which a comedian will temporarily take on the role of on-air host, web content provider and potential source of programming.

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