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    Six Full Frame Documentaries You Must See

    Six Full Frame Documentaries You Must See

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    Full Shadow & Act Report From Marvel Studios' "The Avengers" Press Junket

    The number one job of any artist is that of problem solver. How do you create or coordinate something interesting or great out of nothing? The greatest artists are the greatest problem solvers. They are the visionaries who set a clear road map, who see a project through from beginning to end, w...

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    New On DVD: Philippe Niang's "Toussaint Louverture"

    Etes-vous un amoureux du cinéma?  Etes-vous capable de lire cela?  If so, you may be interested to know that director Philippe Niang's Toussaint Louverture, the French TV project that S&A has been following since October, is now available on DVD-- but only the Region-2 versi...

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    Wanted: a Hall of Fame For Movies

    If there's a hall of fame for South Dakota Rock and Roll, there really should be one for movies.

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    Armando Iannucci on 'Veep,' Politics and the Inherent Funniness of Being Vice President

    When it comes to satirical targets, Scottish writer, director and comedian Armando Iannucci has been gradually moving his sights up the political food chain. His ongoing BBC comedy "The Thick of It" focuses on the administrative and media mishaps of the fictitious Department of Social Affa...

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    Adventures in DSLR Filmmaking: Using 4 Different Cameras to Shoot 'Off Label'

    At a recent preview screening of Donal Mosher and Mike Palmieri's "Off Label" (which makes its world premiere this week at the Tribeca Film Festival), Palmieri was lurking through the audience taking close-up footage of people's hands with his DSLR camera (digital single-lens re...

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    Exclusive: 3 Clips From 'Freaky Deaky' Featuring Crispin Glover, Andy Dick, Billy Burke & More; Film Premieres At Tribeca Film Festival

    The Tribeca Film Festival will not be short on any films offering sombre, sober drama but if you're hitting the fest and looking for something a little off the beaten path, then "Freaky Deaky" might just be the answer. We're happy to unveil three clips from the film based on the bo...

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    B3 TalentLab Calls For Applications

    The U.K. Media organization B3 Media, for the second year in a row, is now accepting applications from Black, Asian and other filmmakers and artists of color for its creative development program known as TalentLab

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    Critical Consensus: Joshua Rothkopf and Jason Zinoman on 'Cabin in the Woods' and Modern Horror

    Joshua Rothkopf, the Senior Film Writer for Time Out New York and current chair of the New York Film Critics Circle, and Jason Zinoman, a contributor to The New York Times and author of the recent "Shock Value: How a Few Eccentric Outsiders Gave Us Nightmares, Conquered Hollywood and Invented Modern...

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    Mary Harron On Why 'The Moth Diaries' is More Punk Than 'Twilight'

    Over the course of her 16-year feature filmmaking career, award-winning writer/director Mary Harron ("American Psycho") has only made four films. Her latest, "The Moth Diaries" (opening this Friday via IFC Films, and currently available On Demand) is her first feature to hit screens since her saucy ...

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