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  • Matt Dentler's Blog
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    Moving to Brooklyn

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  • "Boredom at Its Boredest" by Michael ...
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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    McCarthy Joins indieWIRE Blog Network

    Ex-Variety critic Todd McCarthy is joining the indieWIRE blog network. His first post goes up on Todd McCarthy’s Deep Focus Thursday night, and he'll file his first review out of the gate at the Cannes Film Festival, of Ridley Scott's Robin Hood.

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    Welcome Todd McCarthy!

    It's in the official press release (see page two), but let me write it again here: I'm thrilled to be working with Todd McCarthy. It's truly an honor for all of us at indieWIRE and SnagFilms.

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  • Todd McCarthy's Deep Focus
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    Hello World!

    Welcome, one and all, old friends and ones not yet met, to my new home.

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    New "Breathless" Trailer, 50 Years Later

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    Cameron Talks Science of Avatar, Sequel

    At Caltech this past Tuesday, James Cameron got together with heavy-hitting scientists to discuss the science behind Avatar. Cameron explained his theories behind giant flying dinosaurs, floating rocks, and space travel with assembled specialists. He was quick to acknowledge that the film is scien...

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    Balmes’ “Babies” Is Born: Director Talks Doc Ahead of Fest Launch, Theatrical Debut

    On May 7th, as a film trailer has been making clear since last fall, "the babies are coming." More specifically, Thomas Balmes' documentary, "Babies." Following four infants from four different parts of the world, Blames' film is taking on "Iron Man 2" on Mother's Day weekend in a release wider tha...

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    Tribeca Fest Honors "When We Leave" & "Monica and David"

    Expressing "gratitude" and "surprise," German director Feo Aladag's "When We Leave" (Die Fremde) took the Tribeca Film Festival's Founders Award for Best Narrative Feature, while American director Alexandra Codina's "Monica & David" won Best Documentary Feature at a ceremony in Manhattan's Union Squ...

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