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    'Hurt Locker' - the book

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    cinemadaily | Rep Round Up: "Five Easy Pieces," Bong, More

    Coming up on the New York repertory calendar...

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    Campion Denies Sexual Harassment Claims Against Indian Film Festival

    The Times of India reported earlier this week that director Jane Campion made complaints to authorities in New Delhi after the husband of an organizer at the India International Women's Film Festival allegedly made "lewd advances" toward both Campion and other women in attendance at the December, 20...

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    Littin Leaving Cinetic

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    Dennis Lehane Talks Shutter Island

    The thing to remember about Shutter Island is that it's closely based on the novel by Dennis Lehane. James Cameron collaborator Laeta Kalogridis wrote the adaptation that lured Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese. Read the book and you will see how closely she hewed to the original. Whatever the m...

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    "Smash His Camera" Coming to HBO

    Leon Gast's "Smash His Camera," winner of the best director prize at this year's Sundance Film Festival, is heading to HBO in the wake of a deal for U.S. broadcast rights. A theatrical and DVD release remains a possibility after a short broadcast premiere window on the popular subscription cable net...

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    Twists and Shouts: Kimberly Reed's "Prodigal Sons"

    In the first twenty or so minutes of Kimberly Reed’s marvelous documentary Prodigal Sons, the film’s director, who is also one of its main subjects, returns to her small Montana hometown to attend a high-school reunion. En route, she is reunited with her adopted older brother, Marc, with whom she casually mentions she has been estranged for over a decade. Soon, the first bombshell, uttered by Marc from the backseat of a car: his sister Kim, our narrator, used to be his brother, Paul. A third child, Todd, will waft in and out of conversation and the movie itself. Shot in perfunctory home video style with the occasional Big Sky Country visual i...

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    Oscars 2010 | "Precious"'s Gabby Sidibe: "People look at me and don't expect much. I expect a lot"

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This interview was originally published as part of indieWIRE's coverage of "Precious"'s theatrical release and is now being included in part of our series of profiles on Academy Award nominees.

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    James Cameron's "Greatest Oscar Speech Ever" Revealed

    Vanity Fair has one hell of a parody up on its Oscar blog in which it fantasizes about James Cameron's Oscar speech. It's one of the funniest Oscar-related things I've ever read, truly...

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    Spirit Awards 2010 | Tom Ford: "I have always been obsessed by film."

    With his critically acclaimed adaptation of Christopher Ishwerood's novel "A Single Man," fashion designer Tom Ford successfully made the leap from designer to director. Ford discusses the film, nominated for three Independent Spirit awards including Best First Feature, screenplay and actor (Colin F...

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