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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    Julia

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    "Burma VJ" Leads SFIFF Winners

    Anders Østergaard's "Burma VJ: Reporting from a Closed Country" took home the Golden Gate Award for best investigate documentary, which comes with a $25,000 cash prize, last night as the 52nd San Francisco International Film Festival came to a close. The film, being released in theaters next week ...

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    Star Trek Will Open Huge: $100 Million?

    Star Trek will open huge, and some prognosticators are heralding the year's first $100 million weekend. That's not what the advance tracking shows, which is trending toward older males, or what Paramount wants anyone to believe. But word travels fast. And I will bet that the movie will outpace expec...

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    Dark Knight Ripple Effect: Dark Summer Movies

    It's not like the Terminator franchise was ever light, exactly. But in the post-Dark Knight era, summer action movies--even Star Trek--are trending dark and edgy, and Terminator Salvation, Angels & Demons, and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen certainly fit the bill. Word on Harry Potter and the ...

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    Cannes Schedule Could Hurt Gilliam's Ledger Movie Parnassus

    Cannes has posted the screening schedule (it's on the jump). Unfortunately for Terry Gilliam, The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus doesn't screen until Friday the 22nd. Most buyers will be burned out and gone by Thursday. Will the sellers arrange an early buyer's screening like the one last year for Syn...

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    SNL Portman Short is Hulu Hit

    When you're a squeaky clean white Harvard grad with a demure pixie appeal, what better way to spruce up your street cred than rap on Saturday Night Live? Natalie Portman did, with aplomb (back in 2007) and it's one of the most popular shorts on Hulu. The long tail lives.

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    10 Surprisingly Good Portrayals of Iconic Figures

    By Christopher Campbell

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    Unholy Redeemer: Erick Zonca's Julia

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