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    Are We Equals?

    With Daniel Craig- voice over by Dame Judi Dench. Directed by Sam Taylor-Wood.

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    Meet the 2011 SXSW Filmmakers | "The City Dark" Director Ian Cheney

    "The City Dark" chronicles the disappearance of darkness. When filmmaker Ian Cheney moves to New York City and discovers skies almost completely devoid of stars, a simple question – what do we lose, when we lost the night? – spawns a journey to America’s brightest and darkest corners. Astronomers, c...

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  • The Playlist
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    Trent Reznor Says 'Vampire Hunter' Appearance Was Supposed To Be Surprise (Thanks A Lot Internet)

    It's hard to keep anything a surprise these days, especially when it comes to movies with spies and leaks coming from everywhere up the Hollywood food chain. "The Muppets" and "Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows" recently had their cameos given away (though the leak of the latter was less upfront th...

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    Festival News: Provincetown Honors Aronofsky & Farmiga, Tribeca Lineup, Dallas Honors Ann-Margret

    This year's Provincetown International Film Festival, which will showcase 50 films June 15-19, will honor Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan) with its Filmmaker On The Edge Award, and actress-director Vera Farmiga (Higher Ground) with the Excellence in Acting Award. Executive director Gabby Hanna says eac...

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    IFC Midnight Takes Sundance and SXSW's "Catechism Cataclysm"

    IFC Midnight has nabbed the North American distribution rights to Todd Rohal's comedy "The Catechism Cataclysm," which world premiered in Sundance and will screen in the Emerging Visions section at the upcoming SXSW Film Festival. In addition to North America, the company also acquired television a...

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  • The Playlist
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    Harvey Weinstein Says His "Favorite Mistake" Was Not Buying Rights To 'Dragon Tattoo'

    Also Talks About His Pre-Facebook Social Networking SiteEven though he's easily one of the most divisive figures in Hollywood -- he's currently facing lawsuits from Michael Moore and producers from an aborted animated film "Escape From Planet Earth" -- it's hard to deny that Harvey Weinstein is also...

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    Producer Scott Rudin Gets Behind Martin Scorsese's Frank Sinatra Biopic; Writer Being Sought

    'Silence' Will Shoot Next, Followed By 'The Wolf Of Wall Street'It seems there is a small flurry of activity regarding a few brewing Martin Scorsese projects recently. This morning we reported that Robert De Niro revealed that "The Irishman" was still very much on the docket, though not a certainty ...

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  • The Playlist
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    Gorgeous First Look Pics At Guy Maddin's 'Keyhole' With Jason Patric, Isabella Rossellini & Udo Kier

    While Canadian director Guy Maddin will never direct a comic book movie (although that would be amazing), and pretty much remain a favorite of select die hard arthouse fans, the helmer's works are always inventive, unique and singular works, owing much to cinema of yore but carving out their own dis...

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    10th Tribeca Film Festival Unveils World Narrative and Doc Competition & Viewpoints Lineups

    The Tribeca Film Festival unveiled 43 features that will screen in the 10th annual event's World Narrative and Documentary Competitions as well as its inaugural Viewpoints sidebar today, with selections hailing from 32 countries, including 42 World, 11 International, 19 North American, 7 U.S. and 8...

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    Watch: Michel Gondry's Multi-Screen Vid For Living Sisters' & R.E.M's "Uberlin" With Aaron Johnson

    James Franco, Albert Maysles, Lance Bangs & More Tapped To Direct Videos For R.E.M.While "The Green Hornet" was a forgettable comic book movie marred by more than a few problems, director Michel Gondry did get to sneak in some of his distinctive style from time-to-time including an ambitious split screen sequence, one of the few highlights of the film. But overall, it was a Gondry film in name only. Well, for those seeking the wickedly lo-fi creativity of the director that put him on the map, look no further than the latest video for The Living Sisters (via Wired). Helmed by Gondry, the triple split screen video is a charming tale about the b...

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