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    Five Short Films Take Tiger Awards in Rotterdam

    Five short films in the International Film Festival Rotterdam received Tiger Awards. The countries represented are Belgium, the U.S., India, Italy and the U.K. The full release follows.

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    Sundance Wrap | A Good Year and a Commercial One

    This was considered a good year for the Sundance Film Festival, both artistically and commercially. Program aspects that received a positive response also found distribution, and hopefully will continue to make headlines when they hit theaters. If Sundance provides a window into the near future, thi...

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    Poster For Chris Weitz's 'A Better Life'; Director Says It's A Movie "Bella Would Go See"

    It's been a while since Chris Weitz has done anything low-key like "About A Boy." He followed that film with two tentpole efforts -- "The Golden Compass" and "Twilight: New Moon" -- with the former leaving a bad taste in his mouth (he said New Line treated him like dirt. Ouch.) And while the mega su...

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    Watch: Trailer For Canada's Oscar Nominated 'Incendies'

    It seems every year at the Oscars, the Best Foreign Film category is one that generally confounds Joe Public. Most of the films that end up being nominated only play the festival circuit or get runs in specialty theaters in big cities on the coasts, and sometimes, like last year's winner "The Secret In Their Eyes," it doesn't hit theaters until well after the ceremonies are over. Either way, it's a tough road for distributors repping those films because it's a tough sell no matter what you do. This year, Sony Pictures Classics has got a 2 in 5 shot at taking home the gold as they have both Susanne Bier's Golden Globe-winning "In A Better Worl...

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    Watch: Trailer For 'Elektra Luxx,' Yet Another Excuse For Carla Gugino To Be Scantily Clad

    If you were one of the five people who saw "Women In Trouble" -- and liked it -- today is your lucky day as the film now has a sequel, called "Elektra Luxx," and the trailer has landed.

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    Contest Giveaway: 10 Pairs Of Tickets To The New York City Advance Screening Of 'Rubber'

    Director Quentin Dupieux, aka Mr. Oizo, Will Attend For Q&A"Are you tired of the expected?" Funny haha on the pun-heavy tagline, but really, this is one of the most absurd-sounding film concepts we've heard in ages, which of course makes it completely intriguing.

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    Oscar Watch: Weinstein vs. Rudin, Weinstein vs. Hooper and Rush on King's Speech PG-13 Trims

    Judging from the way the Writers' Panel played at Santa Barbara Saturday, the heat is with The King's Speech. Seidler proved to be an elegant and charming storyteller--and had the audience eating out of his hand as he talked about how as a stutterer he was inspired by King George VI's ability to con...

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    Jim Caviezel & Chiwetel Ejiofor To Star In Historical Drama 'Savannah'

    Well, here's a name we don't hear very often. Variety reports that Jim Caviezel and Chiwetel Ejiofor are set to star in a historical drama, "Savannah."

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    Superman Reboots with Henry Cavill: Who is He? He's Brit and 27. Check the Video.

    Producer Chris Nolan and Zack Snyder have gone overseas for their new Superman: to Henry Cavill, 27. His name came up some time back as a possible Bond. But he lost the role to another more experienced British actor, the rugged Daniel Craig.

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    Watch: 3 Clips From Sundance Jury Prize Winner 'Like Crazy' With Anton Yelchin & Felicity Jones

    Call it "2000 Days Of Bummer," "Light Blue Valentine" or whatever you want, but the buzz around Drake Doremus’ “Like Crazy” is undeniable.

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