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    LHAAFF 2012 Preview - "Walk With Me" (A Portrait Of 3 Women, Theater, And Activism)

    An intriguing project 4 years in the making titled Walk With Me, directed by Tanisha Christie and Ellie Walton, it's set to make its world premiere at the Langston Hughes African American Film Festival (inaugural AFFRM partner) on April 22, 2012. 

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    Teaser Poster For Paul Schrader's 'The Canyons' Written By Bret Easton Ellis

    Well, it's still looking for a cast and not yet in front of cameras, but it looks like the team behind Paul Schrader's upcoming indie sexual thriller "The Canyons" is looking to get the buzz going a bit early.

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    At a 'Film Criticism Today' Panel, Thoughts on the Film Critic of Tomorrow

    A panel of prestigious writers convened in New York City this week to talk about the state of film criticism today.

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    Can 'Drunk History' Be Turned Into a TV Show That Does Its Concept Justice?

    Can 'Drunk History' Be Turned Into a TV Show That Does Its Concept Justice?

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    Watch: Daryl Wein and Zoe Lister-Jones Move On Up in 'Lola Versus' Trailer

    Filmmaking couple Daryl Wein and Zoe Lister-Jones are back after their relationship dramedy "Breaking Upwards," with another one that bears a lot of similarities, except for the fact that this time they're releasing a film via a studio (Fox Searchlight). What a difference three years m...

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    Tribeca Film Institute & Sloan Foundation's Screenwriting Award Goes to Grainger David's 'Penny Stock'

    The winner of the Tribeca Film Institute and Alfred P. Sloan Foundation's $50,000 screenwriting award for a science-themed script goes to Grainger David of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts...

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    A Conversation w/ Cinematographer Extraordinaire Bradford Young ("Restless City") Next Week In Philly

    I doubt he needs much of an introduction around here; his name has come up quite a bit, especially in the last 12 months, that he's now practically nearing super-star status; and rightfully so! Watch Restless City for a glimpse at the kind of magic he creates with light.

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    James Cameron's 'Titanic,' Then and Now, in 3-D: "A Window Into a World"

    Count on James Cameron. Looking at "Titanic" in its glorious $18-million 3-D restoration--released (also in 2-D) on the 100th anniversary of the sad night the great ship went down--I was reminded of what a huge accomplishment the picture was back in 1997.

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    Watch: Adrien Brody Is The Pot Dealing Psycho Ed In Trailer For 'High School'

    So how long has the stoner comedy "High School" been sitting around? Let's just put it this way: we saw this movie two years ago at the Fantasia Film Festival (review here), and at the time it was still seeking distribution. Well, it finally got picked up by Anchor Bay sometime between...

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    Please Welcome Jay Fernandez, Indiewire's Awesome New Senior Writer and News Editor

    Indiewire has spent the last three months looking for someone with a rare combination of qualities -- someone who knows indie film, who's a great writer, an aggressive reporter and an overall good egg. I'm happy to say that we've found that person in Jay Fernandez.

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