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    New On DVD: Alrick Brown-Directed Drama On Rwanada Genocide/Reconciliation "Kinyarwanda"

    Director Alrick Brown's 2011 film, Kinyarwanda, was, in my opinion, the best film of that year.  You can judge for yourself, now that the AFFRM-released drama is available for purchase on DVD.

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    Watch: Seven Minutes Of Alan Rickman Making Tea In Super-Slow Motion, Because Why The Hell Not?

    Alan Rickman is, as we're sure you're aware at this point, one of our finest actors. From "Die Hard" and "Truly Madly Deeply" to the 'Harry Potter' series, he's consistently stolen the show in the finest tradition of British character actors. Now that the Potter franchise has wrapped up, Rickman's g...

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    Will Smith Says Producers Are Working On "I Am Legend" Sequel, But He Probably Won't Do It

    Speaking with BBC Radio 1's Chris Moyles, while doing press for the upcoming Men In Black III in a week, Will Smith made a few declarations that I thought were worth sharing - the throughline being that he doesn't want to become, as he said, "the sequel guy," referri...

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    John Woo to Direct and Produce Yakuza Film 'Day of the Beast'

    John Woo is set to direct and produce a remake of the 1963 Yakuza film “Youth of the Beast.” Rob Frisbee wrote the adapted screenplay, titled “Day of the Beast,” which Woo will produce with Lion Rock Prods. partner Terence Chang and Nikkatsu Corporation president Naoki Sato.

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    First Look At Scarlett Johansson As Janet Leigh In 'Hitchcock'

    Alfred Hitchcock seems to be firmly in the zeitgeist at the moment: the British Film Institute is showing an extensive retrospective of the director's work later in the year, and the next twelve months or so will see not one, but two biopics of the legendary master of suspense. The first, "The Girl,...

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    Isabelle Huppert Teams With 'Vincere' Director Marco Bellocchio For 'Dormant Beauty'

    Is there anyone whose worked with a more diverse range of helmers in recent times than Isabelle Huppert? Probably not. Brilliante Mendoze, Hong Sang-soo, David O. Russell, Michael Haneke, Joachim Lafosse, Oliver Assayas, Raul Ruiz, Anna Fontaine and Claire Denis are just some the folk she's...

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    Cannes 2012 - Feature Doc "Mandela’s Children" Screening For Buyers At Market

    Cannes 2012 - Feature Doc "Mandela’s Children" Screening For Buyers At Market

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    Cannes Mourns the Loss of Roch Jauberty, the Son of Edith Grante

    Cannes mourns the loss of the Roch, the son of Edith Grante and Christian Jauberty. The Marche, its participants, The American Pavilion and all who know this marvelous Parisian family who lived in L.A. for over 10 years, will hold a memorial service at the American Pavilion, Cannes tonight at 10 pm...

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    CANNES INTERVIEW: 10 Things You Should Know About New Directors Fortnight Artistic Director Edouard Waintrop

    Many things at Cannes don't change, but leadership at Directors Fortnight is a different story. This year, there's a new team in town, led by artistic director Edouard Waintrop. Formerly in charge of Switzerland's Fribourg Film Festival, the longtime film critic replaced Frederic Boyer, ...

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    'Battleship' Director Peter Berg Loses His Shit, Calls Israeli Reporter A Draft Dodger In Interview

    “Battleship” helmer Peter Berg certainly has a personality we’d describe as brash, whether he’s spouting out ideas for sequels to “Hancock” or making an argument as to why his upcoming blockbuster has little to do with the board game it shares its namesake with, he’s a filmmaker who likes to have hi...

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