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    Need a Refresher on 'Game of Thrones'? Try This Featurette

    If you're devoting any time this weekend to delving into the back catalog of a show for a refresher (or to catch up) it's most likely "Mad Men," which makes its triumphant return on AMC on Sunday night after a long 17 months between seasons. (In brief: Advertising, infidelity, smok...

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    Vote for Project of the Week! Will it be 'Kenny,' 'Scott,' 'Papa' or 'Flex'?

    It's time to vote to vote for the Project of the Week!

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    Trailer Watch For Choice Skinner's Short "In The Mourning"

    Here's the trailer for the just completed short film In The Mourning written and directed by actor, director and devoted S & A reader Choice Skinner, whose previous short film now currently maing the film festival curcuit, Brotherly Love we profiled HERE last summer

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    Discuss: Who, If Any, Of The Current Crop Of Leading Ladies Are Reliable Box-Office Draws?

    Put simply, the number of actreses who can be deemed consistent box office draws seems to diminish, rather than grow, as each year goes on. In part, it's because it's so rare for the major blockbusters to be lead by a woman: of the top 20 worldwide grossers last year, only "Twilight" could arguably...

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    Weekly Indiewire Clicks: The Best News, Reviews, and Features

    This week on Indiewire we were saddened to report the death of screenwriter Tonino Guerra, who collaborated with legendary Italian directors like Michelangelo Antonioni and Federico Fellini. Also this week: Terence Davies & Rachel Weisz chat about their new movie, "The Deep Blue Sea";...

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    Listen To "The Sambola! International Dance Craze" From Whit Stillman's 'Damsels In Distress'

    You gotta hand it to Whit Stillman. After being away from screens for over a decade, he could've taken an easier path with a more accessible film, but you're not likely to see any movie this year as quirky, unique or distinct as "Damsels In Distress." The already high wire comedy c...

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    Immersed in Movies: The Return of Abel Gance's 'Napoleon'

    Never mind about 3-D and IMAX and higher frame rates and immersive design and "The Artist" and "Hugo": Abel Gance's monumental silent, "Napoleon" (1927), is back and fully restored and better than ever. It boasts more than half-an-hour of additional footage discovered by tireless Oscar-winning Briti...

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    Try & Hold Back The Tears: Pitbull, Not Will Smith, Pens Theme Song For 'Men In Black 3'

    Sorry, Will Smith fans. While the Agent J has written two certifiable classic songs, "Men In Black," and "Black Suits Comin' (Nod Ya Head)," the latter song of which features TRÂ-Knox, sadly, Big Willie Style won't be recording a theme song for "Men In Bla...

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    VIDEO - Motion Studies #4: Godardloop

    47 films spanning 50 years of filmmaking are channeled into a stream of images that attest to the inimitable talent of Jean-Luc Godard.

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    Filmmakers You Should Know: Terence Davies, Cinematic Poet of Mid-Century British Melodrama

    For nearly 30 years, Terence Davies has maintained a reputation as one of British cinema's brightest voices with just a half dozen features.

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