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    IFC Midnight Takes Rights to Found Footage Film "Area 407"

    IFC Midnight has taken all North American and several international rights to "Area 407," formerly titled "Tape 407." The found footage film is directed by Dale Fabrigar and Everette Wallin and follows a group of passengers on a plane that crashes into a government testing area.

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    Watch: Trailer For Dustin Lance Black's Re-Edited 'Virginia' (aka 'What's Wrong With Virginia')

    Screenwriter Dustin Lance Black was coming into TIFF in 2010 on a wave a good buzz. He was riding high off the succes of "Milk" which earned him an Oscar, and Clint Eastwood was gearing up "J. Edgar" based on a script he had written. And now, everyone wanted to take a peek to see what the wunderkind...

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    Guess The Opening Weekend Box Office Take For "Think Like A Man" & Win Amazon Gift Cert.

    As already noted, box office expectations appear to be high for the upcoming ensemble comedy, Think Like A Man, which opens in theaters 2 days from today, April 20, 2012. 

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    Press Release to Toh! from The Esteemed Dictator of The Republic of Wadiya

    To sell his upcoming film "The Dictator" (May 16), Sacha Baron Cohen, as is his wont, is immersing himself in character. Following Cohen's opening promo salvo --his intentional slip-up on Ryan Seacrest on the Oscar red carpet--Paramount now has blasted an official "press release" from the Esteemed D...

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    Review: Reverence Outweighs Insight In Kevin Macdonald's 2 1/2 Hour 'Marley' Documentary

    A long film detailing a tragically short life, on paper, Kevin Macdonald's Bob Marley documentary "Marley" has more than enough of a pedigree to justify its 2 1/2 hour running time. After all, it's a biopic of one of the most influential and evergreen musical pioneers of all time, being brought to u...

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    Jason Gilmore Wants To Prove There's An Audience For His Feature "All The Children Are Insane"

    This I received from Jason Gilmore, whos story was featured on S&A a few weeks ago (read it HERE if you missed it). 

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    Paul Thomas Anderson's Producer Tips 'The Master' for Cannes? UPDATE: It Was Pitt-Starrer 'Killing Them Softly'

    "Cannes," reads the cryptic tweet at @annapurnapics, the Twitter account for the production company, Megan Ellison's Annapurna Pictures, behind Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master." "Uh oh, just tell us now if we should book our ticket...," tweets Anderson-affili...

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    Gerard Butler Is Getting Ready For A 'Manhunt'

    Gerard Butler is a busy actor whose roles have taken him all over the map in terms of genre and character. While he may be best known for muscular action flicks like “300” and romantic comedies like “The Ugly Truth,” he’s popped up as a voice talent in the animated...

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    Full Schedule of Indiewire and Apple's Tribeca Talks 2012

    Indiewire is once again partnering with Apple to host the Meet the Filmmakers Tribeca Talks Series in partnership with the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival.

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    It's Not SXSW and That's a Good Thing: Considering the Dallas International Film Festival

    The six-year-old Dallas International Film Festival may not have the buzz of fellow Texas festival SXSW or the long history of the neighboring USA Film Festival, but it puts on a remarkably professional and well-run show.

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