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    Ghetto Film School Brings Together Members of the Industry With Young Aspiring Filmmakers

    The Ghetto Film School's Eighth Annual Spring Benefit honored Robert De Niro's contributions to the program and featured appearances and presentations from several notable filmmakers, actors, and TV personalities. The non-profit, independent film organization seeks to provide young filmmaker...

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    'The Ring' Helmer Hideo Nakata To Direct 'The Suicide Forest'

    It may all be a little foggy now, but back in 2002 the success of Gore Verbinski’s remake of Hideo Nakata’s “The Ring” kicked off  what would quickly become a Japanese horror film remake frenzy. While limp entries into the subgenre like “Shutter” or “Th...

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    Jonah Hill Will Be In Quentin Tarantino's 'Django Unchained' After All

    Last fall, while on the press rounds for his Oscar-nominated turn in "Moneyball," Jonah Hill lamented one role that got away from him, a part in Quentin Tarantino's then brewing "Django Unchained." "I got offered the new Quentin Tarantino movie, and I can't do i...

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    NewFest Announces 2012 Lineup ('Four,' 'Stud Life,' Others Make The Cut)

    New Yorkers will get to see Josh Sanchez’s controversial drama Four (which stars Wendell Pierce) next month; it'll be the Opening Night Film at New York's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Film Festival - aka NewFest.

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    Friday Nonsense - Paramount's 100th Anniversary Photo (How Many Can You Name)?

    In celebration of its 100th anniversary, Paramount has issued this photo with 116 actors, actresses, directors, producers and execs (who are still alive) who have figured, at some time, in the studio's history.

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    The Essentials: 5 Great Films By Nicholas Ray

    While adored by the French and the Cahiers Du Cinema coterie that went on to become the rebellious French New Wave -- which spawned the oft-quoted Jean-Luc Godard phrase "cinema is Nicholas Ray" -- the American filmmaker never really received his due outside of the one film of his that most moviego...

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    New Screen Editor Wendy Mitchell Talks Future Challenges for the Venerable Brit Trade

    Sure enough, Brit entertainment trade Screen International went in-house and promoted Head of Content Wendy Mitchell to succeed Mike Goodridge as editor. Mitchell, who started at the trade publication as a UK reporter in 2005, is Screen's first woman editor, and will run both monthly print magazine ...

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    Brit Crime Series 'The Shadow Line' (Starring Chiwetel Ejiofor) Available On Blu-ray In The USA

    DIRECTV customers may have already seen it, since the provider's Audience Network (Channel 239) acquired and aired The Shadow Line (the 2011 seven-part BBC drama serial that starred Chiwetel Ejiofor) in February.

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    New Posters For 'V/H/S,' 'Ruby Sparks,' 'Why Stop Now' & 'Deadfall'

    There is no one who would disagree with the notion that the age of great film posters is long behind us -- instead we are left with orange-blue monstrosities with floating heads. That’s not to say there isn’t an inspired choice every now and then, as is the case with the first official p...

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    'Sparkle' Website Updates w/ Whitney Houston Tribute, Video, Pics (See Several Of Them)

    We're just about 2 months away from the theatrical release of Sparkle (August 17); looking at what black films we can expect from Hollywood studios specifically, this has to be one of 2012's highlights; not that there are many to choose from anyway.

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