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    'Despues de Lucia' Leads Cannes' Un Certain Regard Winners

    Michel Franco's "Despues de Lucia" led the winners of the Un Certain Regard section of the 2012 Cannes Film Festival, taking its top prize.

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    Cannes Review: Sprawling 'Hemingway & Gellhorn' Worthy Of The Rough & Tumble Life Of Two Great Writers

    Ernest Hemingway is the kind of grandiose figure that it seems it would be difficult to contain within the framework of a feature film, and the decision to pair his life with that of his ex-wife Martha Gellhorn only adds to the task at hand. But with the leisure of a two-and-a-half hour running time...

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    Walter Salles Working On Two New Screenplays, 'Terra' With Gael García Bernal & One With His 'Central Station' Star

    Brazilian director Walter Salles' path to adapting Jack Kerouac's "On The Road" has been a long and winding one that's taken about seven years to come to fruition. And while reviews out of Cannes about his new picture starring Garett Hedlund, Sam Riley, Kristen Stewart and more have been decidely mi...

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    Miles Davis Was Born Today... Who'll Get To Play Him First On Film? Don Cheadle Or Snoop Dogg?

    Today in history... Miles Dewey Davis was born on May 26, 1926 in Alton, Illinois, to Dr. Miles Henry Davis, a dentist, and Cleota Mae (Henry) Davis.

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    Yolonda Ross, LisaGay Hamilton Will Headline John Sayles' New Drama "Go For Sisters"

    Yolonda Ross, LisaGay Hamilton Will Headline John Sayles' New Drama "Go For Sisters"

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    Cannes 2012: "Mud" Review Round-Up

    For many critics "Mud," Jeff Nichols' follow-up to well-reviewed "Take Shelter," which won the Critics' Week Cannes sidebar last year, was one of the most highly anticipated films this year. It is also one of the few films, along with Lee Daniels' "Paperboy," that is up for grabs by American distri...

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    Meet The Team - Watch New Clip From Noel Clarke's Sport's Comedy "Fast Girls"

    Written by and co-starring Noel Clarke (Kidulthood, 4.3.2.1), the forthcoming drama Fast Girls stars a multiracial cast, and centers on a street-smart runner who forms a rivalry with an equally ambitious wealthy athlete.

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    Coming Soon: "Brixton Hill Cop" U.K. Series

    Just got word from the London based Triple Threat Media production company about their new 12-part series, Brixton Hill Cop, which is currently in the works, and set to premiere later this year.

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    New York Legislators Introduce New Bill That Will Outlaw All Anonymous Comments Online

    This is interesting, and the first I'm hearing of this... right in my own backyard too.

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    How Do You Subtitle a Movie at Cannes? Henri Behar Explains All

    Every moviegoer at the Cannes Film Festival is intimately familiar with the work of Henri Behar. Most have seen him as  moderator of many of Cannes' high-profile press conferences, a gig he has maintained since the '70s. While Behar has worked as a journalist and critic for years, he ma...

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