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    "The Loving Story" (On Landmark Civil Rights Case That Overturned Interracial Marriage Ban) On DVD 5/14

    Directed by Nancy Buirski, The Loving Story as the documentary is called, centers on a real-life story of Richard and Mildred Loving, an interracial couple living in the state of Virginia where interracial coupling was illegal, and their struggles, including the US Supreme Court case named afte...

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    Magnolia Pictures Buys US Rights to "Steve Jobs: The Last Interview"

    Not wasting any time as Walter Isaacs' bestselling Steve Jobs biography continues to fly off shelves, Magnolia Pictures has acquired US rights to documentary "Steve Jobs" The Lost Interview."

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    VIDEO: Motion Studies #32: David Bordwell on OXHIDE II

    The online video essay format opened a new playing field for critical and scholarly analysis of movies, providing opportunities for innovative explorations of films while also challenging the established conventions and limitations of text-based film criticism and scholarship.

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    Cancelled CBS Drama ‘Jericho’ May Rise Again On Netflix

    Fresh off atoning for their Qwikster shenanigans by ordering new episodes of “Arrested Development,” Netflix is looking again to please fans of another cancelled show, albeit a show that may provoke a reaction of, “Oh yeah, that did exist, didn’t it?”

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    Watch Will Smith And Josh Brolin Ride Futuristic Bikes In New "Men In Black 3" Clip

    Watch Will Smith And Josh Brolin Ride Futuristic Bikes In New "Men In Black 3" Clip

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    Seattle International Film Festival Sets Lineup

    The Seattle International Film Festival announced its full lineup representing 75 countries with screenings of 273 feature films and 187 shorts.

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    Peter Jackson Considering Giving 3D Sound To 'The Hobbit' With Immersive Dolby Atmos

    It's abundantly clear at this point, after the tepid reaction to his “The Hobbit” visual showcase at CinemaCon, that Peter Jackson now faces an even more intense public battle in his push for increased frame rates in film. True to his pioneer spirit though, Jackson has continued to s...

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    From the Wire: How to Write an 'Avengers' Review

    If you're a little worried about how to approach Joss Whedon's mega-movie, one writer has some suggestions.

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    Johnny Carson Honored as 'King of Late Night' in American Masters PBS Documentary

    In the mood to look backwards to the early days of late night TV? To mark the the 50th anniversary of Johnny Carson taking over the 'Tonight Show' from Jack Paar, as well as the 20th anniversary of Carson's retirement from television, this coming Monday, PBS will honor Johnny Carson as the "King of...

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    Trailer Watch: Sony Targets Adults with 'Hope Springs' and Streep, Carell, and Jones

    One of the movies that popped at the theater owners' convention CinemaCon was Sony August release "Hope Springs," starring Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones as a middle-aged couple married for 30 years who are utterly bored with each other. They are running on fumes. So Streep drags re...

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