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    10 More Cool Old Man Protagonists for the UP Fan

    By Christopher Campbell

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    Egoyan, Honore, Ozon and Dumont To Face Off In San Sebastian

    Atom Egoyan will open the competition at the San Sebastian Film Festival with "Chloe," his latest film starring Liam Neeson, Julianne Moore and Amanda Seyfried that's set to premiere at the Toronto International FIlm Festival. This marks the first time that Egoyan will screen in competition at San S...

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    Still Searching for a Home Run: "Holy Land Hardball" Travels with Chutzpah

    Although frequently identified as America's quintessential national pastime, baseball contains an undeniable global component that has become commonplace in movies about the sport. Look no further than this year's sleeper hit "Sugar," a bittersweet story of Dominican players drafted for American tea...

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    cinemadaily | "District 9"'s Neill Blomkamp Before the Big Break

    Before he was asked to expand his 2005 short, "Alive in Joburg," Neill Blomkamp, born in South Africa and living in Canada, was a commercial director slated to direct the now-shelved "Halo" film. He did, however, make three films based on the video game franchise, one of which has won a prize for b...

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    Will Terminator Be Back?

    The Terminator franchise is in jeopardy. The question is, do we care?

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    Avatar Trailer Update

    The response to the Avatar teaser trailer that Fox released Thursday was mixed.

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    IFC Arrests "Police, Adjective"

    IFC Films has acquired U.S. rights to Corneliu Porumboiu's "Police, Adjective," had its world premiere in the Un Certain Regard section of the 2009 Cannes Film Festival, winning the jury prize and FIPRESCI international critics’ prize. The film - about a smart policier about a cop on a surveillance ...

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