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    Thessaloniki Doc Fest '12: Docs In the Works Spotlight Greek Mothers & Food, Immortal & Electrical Men

    For its 14th edition, the Thessaloniki Documentary Festival inaugurated "Docs in Progress," an addition to the Thessaloniki Doc Market, which boasts nearly 500 projects from the Balkans and around the world and more than 60 accredited industry representatives. Extended clips from the twelv...

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    Watch: Denis Leary Talks To Daily Bugle TV In New 'The Amazing Spider-Man' Viral Video

    WonderCon was this weekend, and as you might have noted, all eyes were on "Prometheus," with Ridley Scott's sci-fi epic debuting about nineteen different trailers over the course of the weekend, leading the other big comic book movies that were at the fair to fight for scraps of attent...

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    Dionne Warwick Turns Down Interview Offer From Oprah

    Dionne Warwick has revealed that she was asked by Oprah Winfrey to participate in her recent interview on OWN with Whitney Houston's family, but she turned it down. In fact she says that enough is enough already and that she's through talking about her late cousin.

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    Weekend Indie Box Office Analysis: 'Kid with a Bike' and 'Gerhard Richter Painting' Open Well, 'Jeff, Who Lives at Home' Disappoints

    As Oscar films fade from memory, two new limited releases had impressive debuts, including “The Kid With a Bike,” the latest in an unusually strong group of recent foreign language entries, and artist profile "Gerhard Richter Painting."

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    Elizabeth Olsen Looks To The Future, Talks 'Kill Your Darlings,' 'Thérèse Raquin' & 'Very Good Girls'

    After a breakout year in 2011 courtesy of "Martha Marcy May Marlene," up-and-coming actress Elizabeth Olsen is planning for 2012 to be a "year of firsts": "my first time portraying a real-life person," "my first period piece," and "for the first time in m...

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    'Shallow Grave,' 2 Spalding Gray Pics By Steven Soderbergh, 'The Gold Rush' & More To Go The Criterion Collection

    Well, time to break open those vacation savings for this summer, as The Criterion Collection have dropped a heckuva slate for June, so let's get to it.

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    New Looks At Jim, Michelle, Stifler & The Rest Of The Gang In 'American Reunion'

    It has been nearly ten years since the entire "American Pie" gang have been on the big screen (fun/depressing fact: Eugene Levy has appeared in every movie of the franchise, including all of home video spinoffs). But all of that is about to change with "American Reunion," which b...

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    Andrew Garfield: 'Death of a Salesman' Review Roundup and What's at Stake for 'Spiderman' at WonderCon

    Andrew Garfield, who has shown what he can do in such films as "Never Let Me Go," "Boy A" and "The Social Network," will make his big-studio hero debut as Sony and Marvel's latest wall-climber in "The Amazing Spider-Man" on July 3.

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    SXSW 2012: A Final Round-Up of Indiewire's Coverage

    This weekend marks the end of this year's SXSW and the Indiewire network was on the scene for the whole thing. Earlier in the week we provided you with a mid-festival round-up of all our coverage up until that point and now we have a final roundup to help you easily sort through what happened d...

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