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    VIDEO - Motion Studies #19 and #20: "Telephones" and "Home Stories"

    Two video artworks from the 1990s lay the blueprint for the online supercut video as we now know it.

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    Geoffrey Fletcher Talks To S&A About "Precious," Life After Oscar, "Violet & Daisy" & Attica Prison Uprising Project

    This afternoon, Friday, April 13th, at 2pm, Academy Award-winning screenwriter Geoffrey Fletcher, in a program presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences called "Discover the Academy," will be speaking to Columbia University students about hi...

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    The John Grisham Renaissance Continues: Adrian Lyne To Direct 'The Associate'

    It seems that Hollywood is ready to get back into the John Grisham business. Earlier this week, Mark Wahlberg became attached to produce and star in New Regency's adaptation of "The Partner," and now director Adrian Lyne ("Flashdance," "Fatal Attraction") may come o...

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    Critic's Notebook: Amy Taubin on the 'Defiant Immodesty' of Lena Dunham's 'Girls'

    Modestly entertaining in its defiant immodesty, Lena Durham’s "Girls," a ten-part comedy series for HBO, nails the way that women -- make that "girls," no, make that white, upper-middle class, well-educated, and, as far as they know, heterosexual persons with vaginas -- talk about sex.

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    The Secrets of Monsieur Lazhar

    Monsieur Lazhar may have lost the Best Foreign Language Oscar to A Separation – I can’t argue with that; A Separation is extraordinary – but if any film could have given it a real challenge, it might have been this unexpectedly powerful, subtle little film from Canada: exquisi...

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    Doris Wishman: The First Lena Dunham

    In just a few short years, Lena Dunham has quickly made a name for herself in the indie film scene. In 2010 she caught everyone at the SXSW Film Festival by surprise with her detached but deeply personal debut "Tiny Furniture."

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    Vote for Project of the Week! Will it Be 'God,' 'Granny,' 'Dust' or 'Masculinity/Femininity'

    Vote for Project of the Week! Will it Be 'God,' 'Granny,' 'Dust' or 'Masculinity/Femininity'

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    Jimmy Fallon And Friends Go to Downton Abbey (Video)

    Just when you’ve gotten through Downton Abbey withdrawal, here’s another parody to remind you of what’s missing from television: Jimmy Fallon and friends from Studio 6B give us Downton Sixbey. In the spirit of Jersey Floor, it sounds like a recurring Late Night series, which w...

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    Shawn Levy Makes 'The Internship' Official; Starts Shooting With Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson This Summer

    After directing last year's "Real Steel," it looked like director Shawn Levy was heading back home to 20th Century Fox to direct either an adaptation of "Frankenstein" or, possibly, a remake "Fantastic Voyage." As of September of last year, Levy said that both proje...

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    GREY MATTERS: One Soul Separated: THE BALLAD OF GENESIS P-ORRIDGE AND LADY JAYE

    Like high romantics everywhere, the lovebirds named Genesis P-Orridge and Lady Jaye felt as if they were really one soul separated into two bodies. Unlike everyone else, they did something about it.

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