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    Babelgum and FilmBuff Launch New Mobile Channel

    Babelgum and FilmBuff Launch New Mobile Channel

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    True/False Names 2010 True Vision & True Life Honorees

    True/False Names 2010 True Vision & True Life Honorees

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    American Cinematheque Honors Matt Damon

    American Cinematheque Honors Matt Damon

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    Oprah OWNs a "Family Affair"

    Chico Colvard's Sundance Documentary Competition feature, "Family Affair" has been acquired by OWN, the recently announced Oprah Winfrey Network. The film is the first to join the network's recently announced Documentary Film Club, which was created to "spotlight cinematic documentaries that can ins...

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    Reservoir Mongrels: Malcolm Venville's "44 Inch Chest"

    About three quarters of the way through 44 Inch Chest, a battered and bloodied Melvil Poupaud, sitting handcuffed in a chair, looks at the camera for the first time. The expression on the art-house heartthrob’s face betrays fear, bewilderment, and possibly a tinge of regret. It's almost as if he's...

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    Focus Seals "Kids" Deal at Sundance

    Confirming reports that it was acquiring rights to "The Kids Are All Right," Focus Features said Thursday afternoon it picked up U.S. rights as well as rights for the U.K., Germany and South Africa, the distributor's head James Schamus announced Thursday. Bart Walker and John Sloss of Cinetic Media ...

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    REVIEW | Cholodenko's "All Right" with Forward Moving Family Film

    Lisa Cholondenko's "The Kids are All Right" succeeds at normalizing a once-progressive scenario. The story of a married lesbian couple and the chummy sperm donor responsible for their family produces a sitcom-ready plot that drifts to its natural finish. As the two moms, Julianne Moore and Annette B...

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    #Sundance: Gosling, Cianfrance Talk Blue Valentine

    One of the hits of Sundance 2010, Blue Valentine will sell, eventually, and be seen around the country. It features two of the best performances of the year, from Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams as a couple who are no longer in a working marriage. Writer-director Derek Cianfrance seamlessly weave...

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    From the Sundance Vaults: "Poison" & "Metropolitan," 20 Years Later

    “This won’t offend a mother will it?” asked the woman in front of me while we waited in line at the Prospector Square Theater last Friday for a screening of Todd Haynes’ “Poison.”

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    #Sundance: Mark and Jay Duplass Talk Cyrus

    When Mark and Jay Duplass convinced Fox Searchlight to back their new movie Cyrus, they insisted that they be allowed to make a Duplass brothers movie: strong story, naturalistic acting, hand-held digital cameras. But they jumped from a $50,000 budget to $7 million, and hired name movie stars. In t...

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