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    New Orleans Films Louis and The Big Uneasy Screen on Katrina Anniversary

    It's unheard of for a movie to play one night in five cities before it's finished and before it has a distributor. But nothing about Louis--which inspired widely divergent reactions at a recent Beverly Hills screening--is what you'd call normal. Also marking the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrin...

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    On the Rise: Olga Kurylenko of "Centurion"

    The vast majority of Bond girls predating the Daniel Craig era have a bad rep. Sure a crop of 007 flicks have had marquee names fill the hot pants or tight dresses of Bond's dames, but barely any have actually gone on to much following their 007 outing. Denise Richards was on the radar back the late 90's with memorable turns in "Starship Troopers" and "Drop Dead Gorgeous" before landing the role of Dr. Christmas Jones in "The World is Not Enough." Since then, she's become more known as a reality TV star with a beef against ex-husband Charlie Sheen. Many balked when Halle Berry followed up her Oscar-winning performance in "Monster's Ball," wit...

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    True True Grit

    True True Grit

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    Lightning to Sell Ku's "Beautiful Boy" to Around the World

    Lightning to Sell Ku's "Beautiful Boy" to Around the World

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    Tribeca Names 2011 Dates

    Tribeca Names 2011 Dates

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    Academy To Award Thalberg to Coppola, Honorary Oscars to Brownlow, Godard, Wallach

    The Motion Picture Academy's board of governors took a vote Tuesday night on this year's honorary Oscar winners, and came up with a remarkable list.

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    TIFF Skip List: 7 Notable Films Not Heading To Toronto

    The Toronto International Film Festival finalized its schedule yesterday, adding another 102 films to bring its total to 247 features. Though it's quite possible a few stragglers will end up making the cut before the festival kicks off on September 9th, at this point it's unlikely that most (or any)...

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    Big Screen | "Mesrine" Finally Hits U.S. Theaters

    Two years after premiering at the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival, the first of a two-part film, "Mesrine: Killer Instinct," is hitting U.S. theaters via Music Box Films. It's directed by Jean-François Richet and written by Abdel Raouf Dafri and Richet. The first part's script was based on ...

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    The Future of Digital Distribution: A Mini Documentary

    The Future of Digital Distribution, a mini-documentary from Game Industry TV, now available here (and below), goes deep into how the online availability of music, film, TV and video games are revolutionizing the way society digests its plethora of media. With commentary from reporters, analysts, Ata...

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    Trailer Watch: Boyle's 127 Hours Stars Franco as Ralston

    Danny Boyle's 127 Hours is going to Telluride, Toronto and London, where the media will check out what is a daring subject for a movie. Hiker Aron Ralston survived being trapped on a Utah canyoneering trip for five days in 2003 by a boulder on a solo hike miles from any possible rescue by doing what...

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