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    19 Filmmakers Chosen for Fast Track Program at Los Angeles Film Festival; Grants Awarded

    Film Independent chose 19 filmmakers for its 10th Annual Fast Track program last night at the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Reception in Los Angeles. The non-profit arts organization, which produces the Los Angeles Film Festival and Spirit Awards, also awarded a $15,000 Alfred P. Sloan Foundation grant...

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    Watch: Jason Schwartzman's Cousin Ben Hosts A Screening Of 'Moonrise Kingdom' In Wes Anderson-Directed Video

    After being nominated for screenplay back in 2001 for "The Royal Tenenbaums" and then for Best Animated Feature in 2010 for "Fantastic Mr. Fox," could Wes Anderson be headed back to the Kodak Dolby Theater (it will always be Kodak to us, *single tear*) with "Moonrise Kindom&...

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    Antoine Fuqua Is Directing Don Cheadle's Miles Davis Project Apparently...

    Things that make you go hmmm...

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    L.A. Film Fest Review: 'Four' Is A Remarkable & Moving Portrait of Solitude

    We are all faced with loneliness at one time or another, perhaps for longer periods than we can understand or accept. In a modern world, with all the connectivity our technology and our society have to offer, we may still be confronted by the looming threat of isolation. This condition of being alon...

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    BBC Greenlights Jim Henson Puppet Pilot 'No Strings Attached'

    BBC One is getting into the Muppet(ish) business.

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    How Personal Rivalries Shelved Martin Scorsese's Cut Of Kenneth Lonergan's 'Margaret' & More From NY Times Profile

    One of the stories of last year's award season was the small, but vocal campaign to give Kenneth Lonergan's "Margaret" more recognition that its studio Fox Searchlight was willing to give it. Already delayed thanks to a protracted and ugly legal and creative battle, that the movie hit theaters at al...

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    Watch Craig Chester Interview Parker Posey on Stage in Provincetown

    This will be my only Provincetown Film Festival related post on The Lost Boys simply because PROVINCETOWN IS THE BEST PLACE IN THE WORLD and the last thing you want to be doing while there is blogging. But my sole contribution is a fun time: A video of BFFs Craig Chester and Parker Posey being lo...

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    Pixar Head John Lasseter Says Pixar/Marvel Movie A Possibility

    If there’s one person who should be able to instill some hope in fans wishing that Disney’s stake in Marvel and Pixar studios could lead to a collaboration someday, it would probably be animation stalwart and Pixar founding father John Lasseter. While Pixar has been generating quality fi...

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    'Girls' and the Question of Likability

    No one could ever hate me as much as I hate myself, okay? So any mean thing someone is going to think of to say about me, I’ve already said to me, about me, probably in the last half hour.                             ...

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    7 Great Quotes From John Waters' Conversation With Roger Corman in Provincetown

    A tradition at the Provincetown International Film Festival finds summer P-Town resident John Waters interviewing the festival's annual winner of the "Filmmaker on the Edge Award" on stage. This year's winner was legendary producer and director Roger Corman (the original "Litt...

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