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    Meet the 2012 Tribeca Filmmakers #29: 'Town of Runners' Director Jerry Rothwell

    Prior to becoming a documentary filmmaker, "Town of Runners" director Jerry Rothwell trained briefly in news before working for 15 years as a 'community video artist,' which enabled him to explore "people’s authorship of their own stories" and achieve "a deeper intimacy with its subjects over a long...

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    Guest Post: The Woman Who Wasn't There - A True Story

    Almost everyone has a 9/11 story.  They can describe where they were when the planes hit, when the towers collapsed, the days following.  I have one.  I was there.  I watched the second tower collapse standing on Greenwich Street in Lower Manhattan.

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    Call For Entries Now Open - 56th BFI London Film Festival

    Submissions are now open for the 56th BFI London Film Festival - a festival we've covered the last 2 years here on S&A, thanks to Wendy's (MsWOO's) efforts.

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    Mark Ruffalo Talks 'The Avengers' & The Possibility Of Doing A Standalone 'Hulk' Film

    Mark Ruffalo probably isn’t the actor most fans expected to see play Bruce Banner (aka The Incredible Hulk). But then again, were Ed Norton, Eric Bana and Bill Bixby really the predictable choices at the time? Once Ruffalo accepted the part and came aboard the cast of the star-studded “Avengers,” he...

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    VIDEO - MOTION STUDIES #22: Apichatpong Weerasethakul: Reverse Shot Talkies

    Talking with the Cannes-winning filmmaker about how to transform life through cinema.

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    Meet the 2012 Tribeca Filmmakers #28: 'Ballroom Dancer' Directors Christian Holten Bonke and Andreas Koefoed

    "Ballroom Dancer" is the directorial debut for Christian Holten Bonke and Andreas Koefoed. It had its world premiere as the opening film of CPH:DOX and heads to Tribeca this week. The story of a champion dancer who's now struggling with an aging body and an intense anger management problem that keep...

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    Lots Of Facial Hair For The Starring Male Cast Of "Django Unchained" (Pics)

    As already noted, the marketing machine has officially begun for Quentin Tarantino's hgihly-anticipated slavery revenge tale Django Unchained - a film that I've already predicted will be another one of those heavily polarizing films when it's eventually released on X-mas day this ye...

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    In Memory Of William Finley (1942-2012), 5 Things You Might Not Know About 'Phantom Of The Paradise'

    Sad news came in over the weekend, as it was announced yesterday that actor William Finley, best known for his work with Brian De Palma, had passed away on Saturdayat the age of 69. The actor was a long-time friend of De Palma, having appeared in his early films "Woton's Wake," "M...

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    Fried Food and Film: The Nashville Film Festival

    Most people think of country music or the Robert Altman film when they think of Nashville, but for eight days in April each year, Music City (specifically, the area known as Green Hills) is home to the Nashville Film Festival, one of the oldest film festivals in the United States and one of my ...

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    Watch "Home Life Edition" - Episode 3 Of Dennis Dortch's New Web Series "The Couple"

    If you missed the hilarious and very well done Valentine's Day premiere episode of The Couple, the new web series that amusingly explores relationship dynamics, created by Jeanine Daniels, Dennis Dortch and Numa Perrier, click HERE to watch it and catch up.

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