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    Motherlover

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    Star Trek Opens Strong; Kurtzman and Orci Talk

    You can look at tracking all you want, and listen to studio marketers downplaying expectations. But truth is, if a movie plays as well as Star Trek does, the word gets out. The movie opened to an estimated $31 million on Friday (including Thursday night numbers), and we know that the WOM will be str...

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    Only Shallow

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    Jon & Kate & Who Cares?

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    Trek Stuff

    With Star Trek taking off at warp speed, will there be a new generation of Trekkies who know the canon and read the books and follow the world? Paramount is banking on it.

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    Saving Journalism: from Obama to Pincus

    President Barack Obama, at the end of his funny, barbed and self-mocking White House Correspondents speech, graciously thanked the assembled press corps for doing their jobs --even when he disagreed with them--and recognized that their profession was under duress. He wished them well as they reinven...

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    'Feeling' the Movies: Scott Hamilton Kennedy Exposes the Establishment in "The Garden"

    Politics, power, greed and the working class take the focus of Scott Hamilton Kennedy's Oscar-nominated doc, "The Garden." A follow up to his film, "OT: Our Town," Kennedy's film lays out how backroom deals, land developing, green politics, money and corruption intersect with working class families ...

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    From a "Village" to a "City": Hot Docs Awards Their Best

    The 2009 Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival handed out their awards in Toronto tonight, at a ceremony hosted by the CBC’s Jian Ghomeshi (of this fame). Simon El Habre's "The One Man Village" and Hubert Davis's "Invisible City" were the recipients of the fest's two big prizes, with ...

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    Kirby Dick On His "Outrage"

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