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    'Searching for Sugar Man' To Open Sheffield Doc/Fest

    The Sundance award-winner "Searching for Sugar Man," will open this year's Sheffield Doc/Fest on June 13.

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    Producer Jon Landau Says 'Avatar 2' Is Unlikely To Make 2014 Release Target

    How do you follow the biggest movie of all time? Well, you make a sequel, dummy. Unlike his previous mega-hit "Titanic," which was crippled, follow-up wise, by the boat sinking and most of the characters dying (not that it's stopped this week's 3D re-release, of course), James Came...

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    Now You Can Watch "Coming To America" On YouTube Thanks To New Licensing Agreement

    I've actually never rented a movie on YouTube, even though the service has been around for a little bit. Have you?

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    Tribeca Trailer Watch: Wagner's Dream Directed By Susan Froemke

    The film will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on Wednesday, April 25, followed by its worldwide theatrical release on May 7 - a one-day ticketed event as part of The Met: Live in HD series.

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    Meet the 2012 Tribeca Filmmakers #5: 'The World Before Her' Director Nisha Pahuja

    Nisha Pahuja, New Delhi born and Toronto raised, got into documentary filmmaking after studying English lit, working in social services and then by working as a doc researcher. "For some reason," after starting to make films thirteen years ago, she says, "I still make them--finding people with incre...

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    Maika Monroe To Play Future Mrs. Josh Brolin In Jason Reitman's 'Labor Day'

    After years in development, things seem to be moving forward on Jason Reitman's adaptation of Joyce Maynard's coming-of-age novel "Labor Day," with professional kiteboarder-turned-actor Maika Monroe the latest addition to its ever-growing cast.

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    Martin Luther King Jr Died Today (On Vices vs Virtues & Depictions Of Iconic Black Figures On Screen)

    Today in history... April 4th, 1968, the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated on a hotel balcony in Memphis, Tennessee. He was just 39 years old.

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    TV Dial: Christopher Mintz-Plasse Says 'Friend Me'; 'Angry Birds' Get New Life As Series; Sundance Doc 'The Queen of Versailles' Heads To Bravo

    With big screen funny folks like Jason Segel and Kat Dennings scoring big hits on TV with "How I Met Your Mother" and "2 Broke Girls," another comic actor is making the small screen leap. Christopher Mintz-Plasse will take the lead in the new CBS comedy "Friend Me." Pen...

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    A New Press Play Column: 10/40/70

    This experimental film column began its life at "The Rumpus," and we are very excited to see it continue here. The column freezes the frames of a film at the 10, 40, and 70 minute marks, using these points as the foundations for an essay.

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    First Look: The Gang In Laurent Cantet's Teen-Feminist Rebellion Tale 'Foxfire'

    After the success of working with unknown youths in his Palme d'Or-winning "The Class," Laurent Cantet decided to go down the same path for his latest effort behind the camera, the teen-feminist rebellion tale "Foxfire," adapted once before as a 1992 Annette Haywood-Carter fi...

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