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  • Women and Hollywood
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    Interview with Valérie Donzelli - Director of Declaration of War

    Valérie Donzelli has made a heartbreaking film about the fight a couple goes through to save their son from a brain tumor.  They declare war on the cancer and with the support of their family their become singlemindely focused on saving him.  This story parallels the actual true ...

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  • Shadow and Act
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    Slamdance 2012 - Keith Miller's Meditative Docu-Drama "Welcome to Pine Hill" Wins Grand Jury Award

    The Slamdance Film Festival doesn't get as much *shine* as the Sundance Film Festival, even though they both take place in Park City, UT, and at almost exactly the same time.

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  • Press Play
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    FESTIVALS: Rotterdam dispatch #1: How to find the next big director in 10 minutes

    This is the first of (hopefully) several dispatches from Press Play Editor Kevin B. Lee at the Rotterdam Film Festival. A full festival wrap-up with highlights will appear at RogerEbert.com.

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    Maiwenn's Poliss Scores 13 Cesar Nominations Including Best Director and Best Picture

    The Maiwenn directed film Poliss scored the most Cesar nominations -- 13 --  including best picture, best screenplay and best director. 

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    The New Paradigm for the Sundance Breakout? When Audiences Walk Out.

    The term "crowdpleaser" usually applies to movies with commercial potential; at this year's Sundance Film Festival, some of the most appealing films seem to be ones that only pleased those bold enough to stick around. When the walkouts began at during Thursday's screening of Rick A...

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    SUNDANCE INTERVIEW | 'Shadow Dancer' Star Andrea Riseborough on the Power of Silence

    Andrea Riseborough is a British actress is in demand. After impressing as a supporting player in "Happy-Go-Lucky," "Never Let Me Go," "Made in Dagenham" and "Brighton Rock," the 30-year-old Royal Academy of Dramatic Art graduate made the swift transition to leading lady. She stars as Wallace Simpson...

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  • The Playlist
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    Megan Ellison One-Ups Sly Stallone, Guarantees An R-Rating For Next 'Terminator' Film

    Let's face it. Even if you weren't a fan of the first "Expendables" film, the normally fan-friendly Sylvester Stallone spit in the face of his fans, declaring "Expendables 2" a PG-13 affair, putting commerce before...we don't want to say art, but integrity sure fits. ...

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    Sundance Selects Acquires AIDS Doc "How to Survive a Plague"

    Sundance Selects is acquiring the North American rights to the AIDS documentary "How to Survive a Plague," the company announced today at the Sundance festival.

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    Oscar Watch: Entertainment Weekly's Annual Oscar Issue - Snubs, Shocks, Surprises

    Entertainment Weekly's Annual Oscar Issue breaks down the nominees, throws down some surprising predictions, gives tribute to the shocking snubs, and adds insights on what you might have missed. (Another amusing way to catch up: LA Times' The Envelope's interactive cheat sheet.)

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    Oscar-nominated Shorts to Screen Theatrically on February 10

    ShortsHD and Magnolia Pictures are teaming up for the theatrical release of the 2012 Oscar-nominated short firms, including those for animation, live action and documentary.

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