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    Samuel L Jackson's Neo-Noir "The Samaritan" Gets New Theatrical Release Date (Now Available On VOD)

    Last fall, IFC Films acquired stateside rights to this Samuel L. Jackson starrer - the David Weaver-directed Neo Noir thriller titled The Samaritan, which co-stars Ethiopian-Irish actress Ruth Negga and Brit Tom Wilkinson.

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    David James Kelly Rewriting 'Daredevil' Reboot For 20th Century Fox

    If at first you do not mega-succeed, try, try again. This is of course the studio motto and it's changing whether you bomb or not; see the post-Nolan "Batman" films that will eventually happen and the upcoming "Amazing Spider-Man" reboot series. But in the meantime, many stud...

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    Full Shadow And Act Report From Marvel's "The Avengers" Press Junket

    Since it opens this week, with plenty of strong buzz leading up to it (read my review HERE), here's another look at our Avengers press day experience from A to Z.

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    Taste The Cross Promotion: 'Men In Black 3' Gets Baskin-Robbins Flavors Plus A Goofy New Poster

    Summer movie season is here which also means rampant cross promotion crammed down as many unlikely avenues as possible. "Prometheus" is already teaming randomly with Verizon, "Battleship" has about a zillion tie-ins including one with Coca-Cola and now "Men In Black 3" ...

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    Seattle Int'l Film Festival: Complete 2012 Lineup Includes Anderson, Shelton, Winterbottom, Meireilles, Polley

    The longest festival in the US, the Seattle International Film Festival boasts a record 24 world premieres for its 38th edition running May 17 - June 10, unspooling a total of 273 features and 187 shorts representing 75 countries. Among the films, 180 are currently without distribution.

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    IN THE WORKS: Endgame and FilmDistrict To Partner on Pastor Brothers Sci-Fi Thriller 'Selfless'

    Producer/financeer Endgame Entertainment and indie distributor FilmDistrict have acquired the rights to “Selfless,” a sci-fi script by Spanish writer-directors Álex and David Pastor (“Carriers”). Endgame Entertainment's James D. Stern and FilmDistrict’s P...

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    IFP’s Independent Film Week Seeks Screenplays, Docs & WiPs. Apply now!

    Independent Film Week (September 16-20, 2012) is the oldest and largest forum in the U.S. for the discovery of new projects in development and new voices on the independent film scene. The Project Forum is a meetings-driven forum connecting filmmakers with producers, funders, distributors, broa...

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    Indiewire's Summer Movie Preview: Female Directors Are Almost Proportionately Represented!

    There's been many an occasion on this blog when we've bitched about this or that representational travesty when it comes to female directors. But I noticed something hopeful in that regard today, and figured I'd share.

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    Isabelle Huppert Joins 'Dead Man Down' With Noomi Rapace, Colin Farrell, Dominic Cooper & Terrence Howard

    There are few actresses who march to the beat of their own drum in the way that Isabelle Huppert does. This year alone finds her in three wildly different movies, from a trio of auteur filmmakers, including Brillante Mendoza's "Captive," which premiered in Berlin and a duo of pics unsp...

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    Tribeca 2012 Wrap, Must-Sees and Avoids: 'War Witch,' 'Una Noche,' 'Francophrenia' Come Out on Top; 'Lola' on Bottom

    Tribeca 2012 is over. Here's my list of what was memorable out of this year's programme --and not. RECOMMENDED

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