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    Marc Forster Reunites with Lionsgate for His Latest

    Marc Forster Reunites with Lionsgate for His Latest

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    Mad Men: Waiting for Season Four

    I know there are other things I should have been doing this weekend, like tracking down new indies at LAFF, finishing my taxes, viewing some of the screeners piled on my coffee table, or catching up with my backlog of unwritten posts. But I did watch the last four episodes of Mad Men season three--p...

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    The 2010 FIFA World Cup | Day Eleven

    The 2010 FIFA World Cup | Day Eleven

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    "You should really go see it."

    "You should really go see it."

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    Gayest. Ex-Gay. Ever.

    Gayest. Ex-Gay. Ever.

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    Producers Selected for CFC Go West Project Lab

    Producers Selected for CFC Go West Project Lab

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    Slamdance and Adobe Collaborate on Re-Cut Film Competition

    Slamdance and Adobe Collaborate on Re-Cut Film Competition

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    European Summer Fabulosity Sequel Commences

    European Summer Fabulosity Sequel Commences

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    P-Town Hands Out Audience Prizes to "Undertow," "Mao's Last Dancer," More

    P-Town Hands Out Audience Prizes to "Undertow," "Mao's Last Dancer," More

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    Raavan's Bachchan and Rai Do The Ramayana: Badly

    Big-budget Bollywood adventure Raavan, starring the golden couple Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai--from writer-director Mani Ratnam, director of Guru, with a rousing score by Slumdog Millionaire Oscar-winner A.R. Rahman--is a big overwrought dud. It's one of those dead-serious over-scale extrava...

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