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    Review - Haitian Djinn Carrénard's Guerrilla Triptych "Donoma" Is A Delightful Discovery

    Aaaaah...! There are some films that draw you in from the first frame. The type of film where you sit still, rapt, in no rush for a snack break not out of fear of missing something but fear of leaving the world you've been pulled into, one you dare not leave.

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    Robert Kirkman Develops Own Comic Property 'Thief Of Thieves' With AMC For Series

    With everyone from frat boys to soccer moms clearing their Sunday nights to watch “The Walking Dead," AMC is clearly enjoying their investment in creator/writer Robert Kirkman's zombie hit, and are now seeking to continue that success with an adaptation of another Kirkman comic proper...

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    Lionsgate Completes International Overhaul Before Cannes

    As we reported, post January's merger with Summit, Lionsgate has reorganized its international team in the wake of two departing executives. As expected, Lionsgate Motion Picture Group Co-Chairman Patrick Wachsberger will lead the international group at the Cannes market.

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    Weird Pull Quote Theater: 'Damsels in Distress'

    Prepare to luxuriate (in) another weird movie ad pull quote.

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    'Sabrina The Teenage Witch' Movie To Shed Witchcraft For Superhero Powers, Turns Salem Into A Prince

    If you’re a child of the ‘90s, perhaps you hold some nostalgia for the late Friday nights you may have spent watching T.G.I.F. on ABC, a touchstone for teen-friendly programming that catered to its audiences with titles like “Full House,” “Boy Meets World,” &ldquo...

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  • Women and Hollywood
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    Lena Dunham's Show Girls - Yes, It Is That Good

    For those of you who don't have HBO this might be a good time to check it out. Not only does the new series Girls by Lena Dunham premiere this weekend, but next week we get Julia Louis Dreyfus in VEEP.  And of course there is the brilliant Game of Thrones which has such amazing female chara...

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    David Oyelowo To Be Honored With RiverRun's Inaugural Spark Award

    The 2012 installment of the RiverRun Film Festival in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, will honor David Oyelowo in an April 20 ceremony (the festival runs from April 13 - 22).

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    Here's 8 Great Teacher/Student Films, In Honor of 'Monsieur Lazhar'

    For better or worse, the teacher/classroom genre is a Hollywood staple. From "Dangerous Minds" and "Freedom Writers" to "Mr. Holland's Opus" and "Dead Poets Society," these films follow a pretty standard plot formula time and time again (and often reap con...

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    Sean Anders & John Morris To Rewrite & Direct Thanksgiving Football Comedy '3 Mississippi' With Will Ferrell & Mark Wahlberg

    While most of the film community’s attention is turned towards the recent news that Will Ferrell and Adam McKay are assembling the News Channel 4 team all over again for an “Anchorman” sequel, on a quieter front it comes as no surprise that both have several films in various stages...

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    FUTURES: 'Cabin in the Woods' Stoner Breakout Fran Kranz on How to Get Into the Joss Whedon Club

    Why He's On Our Radar: The Joss Whedon fanclub is already no doubt familiar with California bred actor Fran Kranz, thanks to his winning turn as geeky programmer Topher Brink in Whedon's now-defunct, high-concept Fox TV series "Dollhouse." Now, two years after that show wrapped, Wh...

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