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    The Films Of Oliver Stone: A Retrospective

    Oliver Stone loves his country, but he is also its loudest critic. Whether tackling history head-on in films like "Platoon" or "Born On The Fourth Of July," or profiling presidents in "JFK," "W." and "Nixon," and even in seemingly genre-centered material like "Natural Born Killers" or "Any Given Sun...

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    Call For Projects For 2012 Les Arcs Co-production Village

    Information our filmmaker/producer readers in Europe can use, courtesy of Cineuropa:

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    FUTURES: 'The Pact' Writer/Director Nicholas McCarthy On Going From Arty Shorts to Mainstream Horror

    Unknown ObjectWhy He's On Our Radar: After debuting his creepy short "The Pact" at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, Nicholas McCarthy returned a year later to Park City with his feature film, which expanded on the short and was also titled "The Pact." McCarthy's stellar debut played well with horror...

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    Has Cable TV Taken the Place of the Mid-Budget Indie?

    In May, it was announced that one of the most buzzed-about new filmmakers, Sean Durkin, would be shopping a TV series based on "The Exorcist" as his next project. Durkin’s debut feature "Martha Marcy May Marlene" was the indie to see in 2011, but the news that he was follow...

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    First Poster For Noel Clarke's Wedding Rom-Com 'The Knot'

    Here's your first look at one of 3 films Brit Noel Clarke will release this year; the other 2 being the sports drama Fast Girls, which has been out for about a month now, and the sci-fi thriller Storage 24, which has been out for about 2 weeks. 

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    Crispin Glover Checks Into 'Motel'; Sofie Gråbøl Joins 'Hour Of The Lynx' & Kevin McKidd & Ashley Jensen Have An 'Indian Summer'

    Crispin Glover has joined the indie-action thriller "Motel," which already has John Cusack, Robert De Niro and Rebecca Da Costa attached to star. David Grovic will direct the story about a hit man (Cusack) hired by a crime boss (De Niro), who teams up with a mysterious woman to fight off a bunch of ...

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    On Winning The Inaugural ABFF Webisode Challenge & What Happens Next With 'Osiris'

    Originally, I wasn’t even going to submit “Osiris” into the 2012 American Black Film Festival. Seriously.

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    Watch: Sofia Vergara Purrs & Prowls In Footage From 'Machete Kills'

    Well, here's your fun fact for the morning: Sofia Vergara's son, Manolo Vergara, has his own web-based reality show, "Mi Vida con Toty." While we have to warn you that it's pretty much instantly annoying, if you want to see any footage from the currently filming "Machete K...

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    Review: 'Katy Perry: Part Of Me' Pulls You Into The Performer's DayGlo World

    Katy Perry is a pop sensation like few others in the cultural landscape of 2012 – less arty and pretentious than Lady Gaga, more wholesome and sweet than Rihanna – she is the wayward daughter of a pair of Pentecostal preachers, one who has succeeded with a sugar-sexy shtick that teases just enough t...

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    A Subtle Complaint About Subtlety Complaints

    Maybe subtlety is a bit overrated.

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