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    5 Things You May Not Know About The 'The Godfather Part II'

    A sprawling three hour and twenty minute American epic crime film, what can you say about Francis Ford Coppola’s “The Godfather Part II” that hasn’t already been said? Nominated for 11 Academy Awards and winning six, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Rober...

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    Guess What The Film Is About Based On The Trailer - Installment #1

    As the saying goes, you only get one chance to make a first impression; I've posted entries on S&A emphasizing the importance of your first trailer - what is essentially your film's intro to the world - and how vital it is that you "get it right" that first time, if only f...

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    Another One Bites the Dust: Greenwich's Beloved World of Video to Close Its Doors After 29 Years

    Just last week, Indiewire ran a popular interview independent filmmaker Alex Ross Perry ("The Color Wheel") did with Joe Martin, the longtime proprietor of Brooklyn rental store Reel Life, which closed its doors at the end of last month. The piece struck a chord with our readers, many of w...

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    Latino Version Of 'Paranormal Activity' In The Works, But It Won't Be In Spanish

    With "Paranormal Activity 4" being cranked out for release later this year, and the franchise showing no signs of slowing down as for some reason audiences seem to love being jump-scared to death, it's no surprise that the team behind it are looking for new avenues to keep milking for ...

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    Interview with Vamps Director Amy Heckerling

    Amy Heckerling has made some serious classic films in her career namely Fast Times at Ridgemont High and Clueless. She was in NY this past weekend screening Clueless and her new film Vamps at the Lena Dunham curated program at BAM, Hey Girlfriend. Vamps is about vampires living in contemporary NYC...

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    Hollywood Hypocrisy: Young Women and Plastic Surgery

    Hollywood actress are damned if they do (go under the knife) and damned if they don't.

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    Contest: Win A 'Blank City' Poster Signed By Steve Buscemi, Thurston Moore, Jim Jarmusch & More Plus DVD/BluRay Prizes

    While always a city bursting with creative and artistic talent, there was probably no time more fertile in New York City than than '70s and '80s. Avant-garde art, hip hop, punk, no-wave, disco and more all clashed and mingled, leaving a lasting impression on pop culture, politics and the cit...

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    Searing Indie Drama "Changing the Game" (Starring Tony Todd, Irma P. Hall) Gets Theatrical Release

    An indie project we previously profiled is getting a theatrical release next month!

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    Wounded and Willing Prey: 'Mad Men' Goes Dark

    "Mystery Date," last night's episode of "Mad Men," closed with The Crystals controversial ode to love and abuse "He Hit Me (And It Felt Like A Kiss)," a fitting theme song for an episode all about the dark things that lurk in the night or in our own subconsciou...

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    The Ridiculous Hotness That Is Michael Fassbender In The Latest Obsession Magazine (NSFW-ish)

    There's truly no end to the value of Michael Fassbender as a vision of masculine aesthetic perfection. Case in point is a new series of photos from the latest issue of France's Obsession magazine, in which photographer Jean-Baptiste Mondino supplements a characteristically charming interv...

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