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    Review: We Aren't Buying Morgan Spurlock's 'Greatest Movie Ever Sold'

    The following is a reprint of our review from SXSW.

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    Tribeca Turns Ten | 10 Films iW is Excited for...

    The 10th anniversary of the Tribeca Film Festival kicks off today, and to celebrate indieWIRE's team has assembled the 10 films they're most excited for at this year's festival.

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    8th Annual Langston Hughes African American Film Festival Lineup Unveiled!

    News on the March... Introducing the Langston Hughes African American Film Festival, now in its 8th year.

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    Watch: New, Slightly Different 'X-Men: First Class' Trailer With Brief New Bits Of Stuff

    Another day, another drip from the Fox marketing department.

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    Rosemarie DeWitt, John Krasinski & Olivia Thirlby Line Up 'Nobody Walks' Co-Written By Lena Dunham

    Hoo boy, we can hear the haters sharpening their knives on this one already, so let's get right to it.

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    Toolkit | 5 Lessons About Transmedia from The IFP/Power To The Pixel Cross-Media Forum

    Last year, when the Producers Guild of America officially accepted "transmedia producer" as one of its Producer Code of Credits, the term "transmedia" suddenly gained a lot of currency in the entertainment world. For years, transmedia has been applied in a very general fashion to describe the proces...

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    Dominic Cooper Goes A Bit Lady Gaga In Amazing Poster For 'The Devil's Double'

    Because we can't be everywhere at once, every film festival leads to at least one film that, despite the buzz, never quite gets above our radar. For example, we missed Mike Mills' "Beginners" at Toronto last year, but when we finally caught up with it in SXSW, it turned out to be one of our favorites of the year so far. And, while we took a good stab at Sundance this year, somehow, the presence of "The Devil's Double" didn't quite register -- or at least it did, but the prospect of a biopic of Saddam Hussein's psychotic son Uday, and of his body double, with "Mamma Mia" star Dominic Cooper playing both roles, and direction from "Die Another D...

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    Deluxe Edition Of Arcade Fire's 'The Suburbs' Lands In June, With DVD Copy Of Spike Jonze Short

    It feels like years since rumors started flying that Spike Jonze would be collaborating with Montreal's favorite sons Arcade Fire on a short film inspired by their latest album -- and indeed, the project was first revealed over a year ago. We've had a glimpse of the final product (entitled "Scenes ...

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    Video Review Shows Go Young: Ebert Presents and ComingSoon's FilmPulse

    Michael Phillips and Tony Scott, where art thou? Cheers went up among cinephiles when At the Movies dumped the two Bens (callow Lyons and less callow Mankiewicz), but unfortunately the damage was done, and Phillips and Scott were perhaps too intelligently polite to survive in TV land.

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    Nine Films to Compete for Cannes Shorts Palme d'Or

    The Festival de Cannes unveiled nine short films that will compete for its short film Palme d'Or on closing night May 22nd. The section is composed of unreleased work, that the festival pointed out, has resulted in the discovery of a number of auteur directors including Jane Campion and Xavier Giann...

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