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    OSCARS DEATH RACE: WARRIOR

    "Warrior" is a lot of stories -- which is unfortunate, because it should have picked just one of them, or two, and we've seen pretty much all of them before regardless. Tommy Conlon (Tom Hardy and his splendiferous saddle of neck muscles that has its own post office), a veteran whose departure from ...

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    Video: The Emotional Sundance Q&A For "How To Survive a Plague"

    A few days back here in Sundance I caught a screening of David France's astonishingly powerful documentary "How To Survive a Plague." A chronicle of AIDS activism in New York, the film shows how a group of men and women fought against a remarkably homophobic establishment to help br...

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    Academy Partners with Everyone Counts for 2013 Electronic Oscar Ballots

    The 2013 Academy Awards are already making news, with the Academy announcing today that it has partnered with Everyone Counts to develop an electronic voting system for next year's Oscars.

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    Sony and Samuel Goldwyn Will Partner on Sundance Crowdpleaser 'Robot & Frank'

    Jake Schreier's "Robot & Frank," which stars Frank Langella as an old man with a declining memory who befriends a robot, has been picked up by Sony Pictures Worldwide and Samuel Goldwyn Films.

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    Trailer Watch For The Upcoming Romantic Drama "Single Hills"

    Here's a first look at the upcoming romantic drama Single Hills written and directed by Brooklyn based filmmaker Wilkie Cornelius Jr.

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    Sundance: Clarke Peters & Nate Parker And Writer James McBride, Talk Race & Religion In Spike Lee's 'Red Hook Summer'

    Whatever you thought of his last film, " Miracle At St. Anna" (and we'd argue that it's better than its reputation suggests), most would agree that three-and-a-half years is too long between Spike Lee feature films (though his excellent documentaries have been a good placeholder). One of our most vi...

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    Radiohead Clears 14 Songs For Use In Doc 'The Island President,' Get The Full List Here

    One film we're surprised didn't come out of TIFF with more buzz was "The Island President." Granted, we didn't get a chance to screen it, but we heard a lot of good word about the documentary and after picking up the Audience Award in that category, we figured there were bigger...

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    Watch Robert De Niro Float In Spanish Trailer For 'Red Lights'

    Straight out of the Sundance Film Festival, with a freshly inked distribution deal with Millenium Entertainment, we've now been given our first, extensive look at "Red Lights" from "Buried" director Rodrigo Cortes. But, you might need a translator.

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    Sundance 2012 Review - "2 Days In New York" (Familiar But Still Engaging)

    This will be a quick and painless one; I arrived back in NYC (from Sundance) this morning and I've been caught up in a whirlwind of work to do; I'm also having trouble keeping my eyes open after that marathon 5-day business trip to the festival.

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    Sundance Deal: Millennium Picks Up Paranormal Thriller "Red Lights"

    In today's Sundance news, Millenium Entertainment has signed a deal for the U.S. distribution rights to "Red Lights," the new thriller from "Buried" director Rodrigo Cortés that premiered at the festival last Friday.

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