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    2011 Nashville Film Fest Slate Made Up of Festival Favorites

    Award winners from Cannes and Sundance headline the main competitions at the upcoming 2011 Nashville Film Festival. Highlights this year include Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s winner of the Palm D'Or, “Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives," Cindy Meehl's documentary "Buck," and Michelangelo Fram...

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    On DVD: "Burlesque" is a Glitzy Ensemble Success

    As some of you may remember, “Burlesque” wasn’t exactly a hit. I wouldn’t go so far as to say it was a total flop, but a #4 opening weekend, a $39 million domestic gross and a 48% on Metacritic aren’t exactly the stats of a successful blockbuster (ed. note: with foreign box office it at least made ...

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    The Playlist Foolishly, and Prematurely, Tries To Predict The 2012 Best Picture Oscar Nominations

    It would be safe to say that The Playlist is as sick of the just-wrapped-up awards season as anyone. The endless ceremonies, often with the same results, the blind guesses, the half-informed speculation; by the time it reaches March, we're kind of furious with the whole circus.

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    Franco & Hathaway: Were They Really That Bad?

    Anticipation quickly turned to disappointment last night as bloggers and Tweeters swiftly dissed Anne Hathaway and James Franco's turn as Oscar night's MC's. More than 24 hours later, I don't actually remember much of the show. It was loud at the Oscar watching party, hard to hear and the picture wa...

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  • Women and Hollywood
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    The Dirty Little Secret in Hollywood

    There is a power disparity in Hollywood. A big one. The men have got it. It is never more evident when one of the most high profile people exhibits behavior that makes the whole country and society take note. The man on display for the last several weeks has been Charlie Sheen - the highest paid...

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    Exclusive: George Nolfi Talks 'Adjustment Bureau,' 'Bourne 4' & Doing Sci-Fi On A Small Budget

    Writer/Director On Working With Matt Damon, The Aborted 'Bourne 4' Script He Wrote & MoreWriter-director George Nolfi has seen quite a bit of the Hollywood machine up close. He's been responsible for scripts for films like "Timeline" and "The Sentinel." His spec script "Honor Amongst Thieves" was ma...

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  • Hope for Film
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    IndieFilmFinanceModelV2011.1 :Necessary Attributes

    Last month, I started laying out what I felt was the necessary attributes of a project to get financed within the mainstream indie film industry these days, call it my IndieFilmFinanceModelv2011.1. Those posts have focused on budgets, foreign estimates & value, US acquisition price, and the type o...

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    Tilda a No Go at HBO

    This is the second Diane Keaton project that has not made it to series at HBO. First was the Marti Noxon pilot script where she was to play a "Gloria Steinem" like magazine editor who starts a pron magazine, and now Tilda created by Cynthia Mort and Bill Condon where she played a Hollywood blogger ...

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    Will Catwoman Appear In 'The Dark Knight Rises'? Anne Hathaway (Sort Of) Says Yes

    Granted, this is a little thin and it could ultimately mean pretty much nothing, but considering the plot details for "The Dark Knight Rises" will likely be under lock and key for a while yet, we'll take what we can get.

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