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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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    Showtime Developing Desert Drama 'The Angry Buddhist'

    Showtime's developing a drama series based on "The Angry Buddhist," an upcoming novel from Seth Greenland, according to Deadline. Greenland, a novelist and screenwriter (responsible for the 1993 Ted Demme-directed "Yo! MTV Raps" VJ-starring comedy "Who's the Man?&quo...

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    Claude Miller's Final Film 'Thérèse D' Starring Audrey Tautou Named The Closing Film Of The Cannes Film Festival

    The wait is almost over, and tomorrow Thierry Frémaux and co. will pull back the curtain on the lineup of the Cannes Film Festival. This morning we learned that the restored version of Sergio Leone's "Once Upon A Time In America" will get a special screening, and now the organizers have announced wh...

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    Review: Disneynature's 'Chimpanzee' Would Be Genuinely Amazing If Tim Allen Just Shut The Hell Up

    The opening moments of Disneynature’s “Chimpanzee” are genuinely jaw dropping – an emerald green jungle, more lush and 3D than the otherworldly forests of Pandora, fans out across the screen, and we’re introduced to a young male chimpanzee, named Oscar, as intricate and bewildering as any CGI creati...

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    Tyrese Claims To Have Secured Life Story Rights For Teddy Pendergrass Film

    Over a year ago, March 2011 to be exact, I posted an item that said singer/actor Tyrese Gibson was developing a feature film on the life of the late singer Teddy Pendergrass, with Gibson himself playing the lead.

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    Daniel Craig On The Heineken/'Skyfall' Relationship: "It’s Unfortunate But That’s How It Is"

    Is multi-tiered corporate sponsorship the way of the future for cinema? Will it go beyond basic product placement and something more nefarious that seeps deep into the narrative of the picture? Will Taco Bell burritos with a deliciously disgusting Doritos taco shell become a plot point in "Tran...

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    Giveaway - A Pair Of Tickets To See "Streetcar Named Desire" Broadway Revival (Blair Underwood Stars)

    As I announced on Twitter and Facebook late last week, S&A will be giving away 2 tickets to a performance of the Broadway revival of Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire, directed by Emily Mann.

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    Jessica Alba & Michelle Rodriguez Reportedly In Talks For Return To 'Machete Kills'

    While Danny Trejo is the only confirmed actor for "Machete Kills," the sequel to the pulp, exploitation style, grindhouse flick "Machete," we could probaby guess who else might be back even with nothing official. And right up there would be Jessica Alba and Michelle Rodriguez.

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    Claude Miller's Last Film 'Therese Desqueyroux,' Starring Audrey Tatou, Will Close Cannes

    The last film of Claude Miller, who died earlier this month after falling ill, will have its premiere as the closing night film of this year's Cannes Film Festival. The film, an adaptation of the novel "Thérèse Desqueyroux" by Francois Mauriac, stars Audrey Tautou in the title role, a woman in 1920...

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    Watch: Julian Assange Turns Talk Show Host in 'The World Tomorrow'

    Being under house arrest can't keep WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange out of the public eye -- he made his debut as a TV host yesterday with the first installment of "The World Tomorrow." Broadcast by Russia's government-funded RT network as well as being available online, ...

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