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    Academy Announces Winners of Screenwriting Fellowship

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    "The Wind Journeys" Picked Up by Film Movement

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    cinemadaily | "Gentlemen Broncos" Bucks US Audiences

    In an interview with the LA Times' Robert Abele, "Gentlemen Broncos" director Jared Hess recounts something his grandmother recently said to him, "She was talking to one of my younger brothers...and she said, 'Well I'm glad Jared likes this history stuff, 'cause I tell you what, this comedy thing su...

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    New Avatar Trailer is Up

    I know there are a lot of Avatar naysayers out there but when the hairs rise on the back of my neck I know there's something real going on. I felt it with Twilight and I feel it with this latest Avatar trailer which went up on Yahoo at 10 am PST (video on jump).

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    LFF#: Kristin Scott Thomas Times Two

    Kristin Scott Thomas had a double whammy at the London Film Fest, starring as John Lennon's Aunt Mimi in Nowhere Boy and as a sexy adulterer in the French hit Partir (Leaving).

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    Woody Allen's Opening Sequence for Manhattan

    Check out the classic black-and-white opening sequence of one of my fave movies of all time, Woody Allen's Manhattan, accompanied by George Gershwin. It's tough to beat Woody in his prime. I actually worked in the publicity bullpen at United Artists (729 Seventh Avenue) when this came out in 1979 (my first job out of NYU). It's hard to remember what a big deal auteur Allen was then, with four Oscar wins for 1977's Annie Hall (best picture, screenplay, director and actress) followed by a steady stream of almost annual director/writer nominations, for a career total of 21. His peak decades were between Annie Hall in 1978 and Deconstructing Har...

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    "Metropolis" to Return to the Berlin Screen

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    "This Is It" Has $7 Million Opening Day

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