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    Woody Allen's Opening Sequence for Manhattan

    Check out the classic black-and-white opening sequence of one of my fave movies of all time, Woody Allen's Manhattan, accompanied by George Gershwin. It's tough to beat Woody in his prime. I actually worked in the publicity bullpen at United Artists (729 Seventh Avenue) when this came out in 1979 (my first job out of NYU). It's hard to remember what a big deal auteur Allen was then, with four Oscar wins for 1977's Annie Hall (best picture, screenplay, director and actress) followed by a steady stream of almost annual director/writer nominations, for a career total of 21. His peak decades were between Annie Hall in 1978 and Deconstructing Har...

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    "Metropolis" to Return to the Berlin Screen

    "Metropolis" to Return to the Berlin Screen

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    Ti West's Cut is Back in Action.

    Ti West's Cut is Back in Action.

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    Paranormal Activity is User Generated Content!

    In this fourth installment from frequent guest blogger Chris Dorr, he tries to make sense of what Paramount's innovative viral campaign for Paranormal Activity really means going forward:

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    The Gayest Album Cover of All Time

    The Gayest Album Cover of All Time

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    Levi Johnson, You're Winning Me Over

    Levi Johnson, You're Winning Me Over

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    AFM: Big Titles For Sale from Redford, Soderbergh, Sheridan

    In the midst of trying times for the film industry, as the American Film Market gets under way in Santa Monica November 4 through 11, the presence of three high-profile projects is making buyers feel better about their prospects.

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    #LFF: Schamus Delivers Lessons in Redacted Storytelling

    James Schamus is not your ordinary Hollywood player.

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    Trailer Watch: Damon Stars in Invictus and Green Zone

    It is more likely that Matt Damon will score an Oscar nom for Clint Eastwood's Invictus, which slices into Nelson Mandela's 1995 pursuit of the rugby World Cup to unify South Africa, than Steven Soderbergh's offbeat The Informant! which has already faded from the scene. Damon plays the captain of th...

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    Mr. Jackson's Opus?

    Mr. Jackson's Opus?

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