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    Media Watch: Media Moguls Head for Sun Valley Summer Camp, Relativity Pics on Netflix

    - It's known as the summer camp for moguls, writes THR, and Apple God Steve Jobs is probably not coming to the party (he's only attended twice). In it's 28th year, Allen & Co.'s event in Sun Valley, Idaho hosts a range of key media and tech players. They park their private jets and spend their time ...

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    EXCLUSIVE: Paramount Experiments with Grease Sing-Along and Indie Labels Insurge, Vantage, Famous

    Whatever happened to Insurge, that new micro-budget Paramount division that sought to take an alternative approach to standard studio filmmaking? “We want to find and distribute crazy, unpredictable, and hopefully awesome movies - movies that make you want to line up to see at your local theater wit...

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    Netflix & Relativity Reach Deal to "Watch Instantly"

    Netflix & Relativity Reach Deal to "Watch Instantly"

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    DIY Happy: The movie

    I put myself on an email alert from Kickstarter and just got this news in:

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    Outfest 4 in Focus: "Open" Director Jake Yuzna On His Queer Aesthetic

    With the distinction of being the only American film to win the feature film Teddy and an acting award for star Morty Diamond at this year's Newfest, "Open" compels wherever it plays. Says Outfest, "First-time feature director Jake Yuzna presents a beautifully shot, intense film that blurs the borders of gender and sexuality. As transwomen, Gene and Jay - inspired by artist Breyer P. Orridge (of Psychic TV fame) - alter their bodies to become a single Pandrogynous being. Syd, a young gay transman, deals with dating cisgender hipster Nick. OPEN is an uncommonly human and yet equally esoteric portrait of transgender men and women and the compl...

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    The 2010 FIFA World Cup | Predictions: Semifinals

    The 2010 FIFA World Cup | Predictions: Semifinals

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    Inception Early Reviews Are Raves

    After the breach of the preset review embargo by Rolling Stone's Peter Travers, who was allowed to run early in print but not online--Warner Bros. took a different approach to opening the gates to coverage of the much-anticipated Inception. In a sign that studios are ceding ground to online sites ov...

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    Inception Early Review: Nolan Delivers Kubrickian Masterpiece with Heart

    No movie this year comes freighted with greater expectations than Inception, Chris Nolan's follow-up to the global blockbuster The Dark Knight. Happily, the movie delivers and then some--thanks to clever original screenwriting and exhilarating mise-en-scene--in 2D.

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    Mad Men Yourself

    This new Mad Men avatar is pretty similar to the one I made before--although they do offer a few more fashion choices. But in anticipation of the Season Four launch on July 25 on AMC, go ahead and Mad Men yourself.

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    Holiday Box Office | No Love for "Ranch" As "Cyrus" Breaks Out

    While "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" stormed 4,468 theaters to the tune of $175 million, a batch of indie films found mixed results over the Independence Day holiday weekend. According to estimates provided by Rentrak earlier this afternoon, the majority of the good news came from holdovers expanding ...

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