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  • The Lost Boys
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    Four Clips From "Howl"

    Four Clips From "Howl"

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    E1 Takes "Runaways" and "Tree of Life" to Canada

    E1 Takes "Runaways" and "Tree of Life" to Canada

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    Sundance '10 | Doc Legend Leon Gast Eyes a Paparazzo Superstar

    Leon Gast's filmography includes some of the most influential documentaries investigating American popular culture. He won an Oscar for directing the "Rumble in the Jungle" doc "When We Were Kings." He has pointed his lens at B.B. King, Celia Cruz, and the Hells Angels in other documentaries. For his new film, he focuses in on Ron Galella, the rambunctious celebrity photographer. "Leon Gast masterfully profiles Galella and places him at the center of the debate about the First Amendment right to privacy. Galella’s work and tactics have their critics, but his influence is undeniable. In a career defined by perseverance, he has created some ...

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  • Leonard Maltin
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    It's All About Me!

    Musician, entertainer, radio host and all-around good guy John Pizzarelli I don’t like blowing my own horn, but I can’t resist sharing two things with you. First, I’m the guest on this week’s edition of Radio Deluxe, the radio show hosted by John Pizzarelli and his wife Jessica Molaskey. John is one of the most talented guitarists on the planet, and a great all-around entertainer; Jessica is a theater-trained singer with impeccable taste. Somehow in the midst of their busy touring schedule they find time to host a lively (and very funny) two-hour radio show that celebrates the Great American Songbook, features the new generation of cabaret p...

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    BAFTA Nominations Sound Sexier When Matthew Goode Reads Them

    BAFTA Nominations Sound Sexier When Matthew Goode Reads Them

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    Sundance '10 | Diane Bell's "Obselidia" Makes Sure Nothing Goes Out of Style

    Diane Bell, after immersing herself in the Hollywood scriptwriting business, has had little luck with the scripts she's written under contract getting produced. Her first feature script to be produced has her at the reins of a low-budget feature with a fantastic premise: "Believing he’s the last door-to-door encyclopedia salesman in the world, George decides to write The Obselidia, a compendium of obsolete things. George believes that love, among other things, is obsolete. In his quest to document nearly extinct occupations, he befriends Sophie, a beautiful cinema projectionist who works at a silent movie theatre. Sophie believes that nothi...

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    Hare & Kuo Head to Santa Fe

    Hare & Kuo Head to Santa Fe

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    Fishkin Launches CFI Releasing

    The San Francisco Bay Area's California Film Institute is launching a non-profit division to distribute films theatrically.

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    Alice in Wonderland: Depp Talks Mad Hatter

    "To breathe life into the Mad Hatter is a dream come true," says Johnny Depp in this featurette for Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, which according to MovieTickets.com (poll on jump) is the most anticipated 3-D movie of the coming year. Not surprising, when the competition on that list is Toy Stor...

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    Writer Updates: Cameron, Kalogridis, Tarantino, Boal

    One reason why James Cameron went out of his way to mention that he might make The Dive backstage at the Golden Globes: he was thanking screenwriter Laeta Kalogridis (Alexander) for all the writing she has done for him, not only on Avatar, but on Battle Angel and The Dive.

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