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  • Shadow and Act
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    Lance Reddick's Suspense Thriller "St. Sebastian" Heading To Cannes With "For Sale" Sign

    I think I speak for the rest of the S&A crew when I say that we're fans of Lance Reddick's work; most will likely remember him from his role in HBO's hit series The Wire, or maybe most recently, from Fringe.

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  • The Playlist
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    Watch: New Clips From Hong Sang-Soo's 'In Another Country' & Im Sang-Soo's 'The Taste Of Money'

    Cannes fever is starting to grip the film world and part and parcel with an international festival is the unveiling of photos, clips and tidbits to appease and tease the rest of us who are unable to attend. On this occassion, we have three clips each from the two South Korean films in competition: H...

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    Six Things I Learned at the Maryland Film Festival, from the Indie Marketing Gap to Upcoming Divine Doc

    To get some answers to the myriad questions facing filmmakers these days, directors Joe Swanberg ("V/H/S"), Craig Zobel ("Compliance") and Rachel Grady ("Detropia") hosted the fest's second annual one-day film conference, attended by a stimulating mix of knowledgeable filmmakers, exhibitors, distrib...

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  • The Playlist
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    Ezra Miller To Star Opposite Mia Wasikowska In 'Madame Bovary,' Richard Ayoade's 'The Double' Rounds Out Cast

    After breaking out with his acting debut in "After School," Ezra Miller reaffirmed his talent to the film world last year with Lynne Ramsey's "We Need To Talk About Kevin" where he went toe-to-toe with Tilda Swinton. While he was briefly linked to the failed blockbuster "...

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  • The Playlist
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    Review: Jean Claude Van Damme & Cung Le Pic 'Dragon Eyes' Features Impressive Action, Empty Story

    Hong, the lead character in “Dragon Eyes,” might as well be a Man Without A Name when he wanders into the small town of St. Jude. He seeks a second chance, an opportunity to atone for past violent misdeeds seen in fuzzy flashback. It doesn’t take long for the viewer to realize this means a lot of pe...

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  • Women and Hollywood
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    Cannes Film Festival Slammed By Feminist Group La Barbe For Excluding Women Directors

    The French feminist group La Barbe which was started several years ago in response to the sexist media treatment of Segolene Royal in her race against Nicholas Sarkozy, has taken on one of the most sexist film establishments, the Cannes Film Festival for its exclusion of female directors from this y...

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    Watch: God Does Not Build In Straight Lines In New Clip From 'Prometheus'

    " 'Prometheus' originated from a very simple question that haunted me after the first 'Alien,' and no one answered in subsequent 'Alien' films: who was the Space Jockey—the big guy in the seat? We didn’t know if it was going to be a sequel or a prequel. I thi...

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  • The Playlist
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    Isabella Rossellini, Melanie Laurent & Sarah Gadon Have 'An Enemy' In Common With Jake Gyllenhaal

    So if you're going to be making an "existential erotic thriller," you could do much worse than hiring these three lovely and talented thesps who are joining Jake Gyllenhaal in this intriguing little project.

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    Watch: French Language Trailer for Michael Haneke's Cannes Contender 'Amour'

    Ahead of its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on Sunday, May 20, the French language trailer for Michael Haneke's latest Palme d'Or contender "Amour" has hit the web.

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  • Criticwire
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    Shia LaBeouf's Short Film About Critics To Play Cannes' Critics' Week

    The "Transformers" star and occasional critical punching bag's film about film critics premieres next week at the world's most prestigious festival.

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