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    First Toronto 2012 Lineup News - Women Directors

    Unlike the folks at Cannes, Toronto seems to understand that there are many great women directors, making films that can play at the highest level and this year is no different.

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  • Shadow and Act
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    Watch Season2/Episode 5 Of Doc Series 'Black Folk Don't' ('Commit Suicide')

    Created by director/producer Angela Tucker, we featured season 1 of this series last year; fans will be pleased to know that season 2 is in full swing, with episode 5 embedded below; this one titled Black Folk Don't: Commit Suicide.

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    Aurora, Colorado - Seeing Red

    There have been many moments that stood out for me with respect to the Aurora massacre. One, was a young black male getting ready to go off to his first year in college. He was in the theater during the shooting. He said, "this was not like a movie or a video game, it's real." I wit...

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  • Peter Bogdanovich
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    The John Ford File: Part 4

    T H E   J O H N   F O R D   F I L E (P A R T  4)

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    Sarah Polley's Family Mythology Documentary 'Stories We Tell' to Have Venice Premiere

    Oscar nominee Sarah Polley's new documentary "Stories We Tell," a collaborative project with the National Film Board of Canada, will have its world premiere in the Venice Days program held during the Venice Film Festival (August 29-September 8).

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    Toronto Film Festival 2012 Announces Opening Night, Galas and Special Presentations; 'To the Wonder,' 'Anna Karenina,' 'Looper,' 'Place Beyond the Pines' & More

    The Toronto International Film Festival has a handful of exciting announcements today about the 2012 installment of the fest (running September 6-16). Rian Johnson's futuristic action-sci-fi thriller "Looper," starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis, will be the opening night film, and Terren...

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  • The Playlist
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    Denzel Washington Is Your New 'Equalizer,' Movie Shoots Spring 2013

    After a short, but well-deserved break between 2010’s “Unstoppable” and this past February’s “Safe House,” actor Denzel Washington is back with the force you’d expect from a man who once yelled King Kong “ain’t having sh*t on me” during a heated exchange in “Training Day.” Anyways, he has the Robert...

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  • Women and Hollywood
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    Remembering Sally Ride

    So sad to hear about the loss of Sally Ride.  She made many young girls believe that they too could go to space.  Here's some of the shit she had to go through when she first went to space.  This is from her NY Times obit.

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    VOTE: TOH! Best Foreign Films of All Time, Part One: Pre-1960

    Inspired by various best foreign film of all time lists, We've broken out top consensus titles into two polls, Pre-1960 (Part One) and Post-1960 (Part Two), with fifteen titles in each. You can vote for up to ten top picks. Let's see what your consensus picks turn out to be.

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    Oprah In Hot Water Over India Special

    It's been a while since Oprah Winfrey found herself embroiled in a controversy and now this time it looks like she has a whole country upset with her.

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