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    Poster For Spike Jonze's Arcade Fire Short Film 'Scenes From The Suburbs' Unveiled

    For those lucky enough to attend the Berlin Film Festival, they will be able to catch the thirty minute Spike Jonze short film "Scenes From The Suburbs" based around Arcade Fire's latest album "The Suburbs," at one of its four screenings. The rest of us will have to wait, but for now a new poster re...

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    Academy Lunch Assembles Nominees for Portrait Monday, Livestreams Interview Room

    One of my fave events of the year, the Academy Nominations Lunch, assembles the Oscar nominees--more than a hundred--at the Beverly Hilton Hotel to celebrate, collect a certificate, and pose for a large group photo. The press corps gets a crack at the nominees on the red carpet, in the interview roo...

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    Seven Reasons To Be Excited about Abrams/Spielberg's Super 8

    There's no question that the movie spot to break out on Super Bowl night, in all its Spielbergian glory, was Super 8 (both the trailer and spot, in which a voice warns, "Do not speak of this, if you do, they will find you") are below.

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    "Super 8" Wins the Super Bowl Movie Marketing Game

    Judging by hot searches and polls and general film bloggery, J.J. Abrams' "Super 8" is the most anticipated, or at least the most buzzing, movie advertised during the Super Bowl yesterday. Part of this likely has to do with its secrecy. And it seemed to come out of nowhere for most folk. Even those who follow movie sites and news hadn't yet seen so much footage from the sci-fi film, and the rest of America probably hadn't even heard of it until the spot aired during the game. Unlike "Captain America," "Thor," "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" and "Transformers 3," this is not an already anticipated adaptation or sequel. And unlike...

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    Lasse Hallström To Direct Swedish Film 'The Hypnotist'; Is This The New 'Dragon Tattoo'?

    We've already expounded on the career of diminishing returns from director Lasse Hallström, but perhaps a trip back to his native Sweden for his first film in twenty four years will be the creative rejuvenation he needs.

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    The Winners, Discoveries and Celebrity of the 26th Annual Santa Barbara Film Festival

    In his opening remarks at the 26th annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival, fest director Roger Durling said he wanted his event to extol the values of democracy, open discourse and spirited disagreements.

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    Melissa Leo Goes for Her Oscar and Future

    Melissa Leo wants to make sure that this year her Oscar campaign ends with a win. It also looks like she wants to get another gig. This woman has some serious guts to put herself out there with these "consider Melissa Leo" ads which she self financed according to Deadline.

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    Where's Lisa Cholodenko's Next Movie?

    This is what came into my email last week.

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    Hey Melissa Leo...

    These self-financed For Your Consideration ads really creep me out. With the SAG and Globe, you already had a good thing going heading into Oscar. Maybe it's just me, but this makes you come across a bit, I don't know, desperate and crazy? I mean, these look like horribly tacky ads for faux fur. An...

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    Mychael Danna Scoring 'Moneyball' & 'Life Of Pi'

    Not every movie can star Robert Downey Jr or Johnny Depp; the most in-demand talents only have a certain amount of time, and sometimes you just have to go with a Channing Tatum or Jonathan Rhys-Meyers. And the same thing is true across all aspects of film production; Roger Deakins can't lens every f...

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