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    Trailer Watch: District 13: Ultimatum Goes Parkour

    In this sequel to District 13, police officer Damien Tomasso (Cyril Raffaell) reteams with ex-vigilante Leito (parkour master David Belle) to protect D13 from a group of corrupt officials looking to raze and redevelop the deteriorating area. Check out the hi-def trailer.

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    Cinema Eye Names "Sherman's March" as First Legacy Award Recipient

    Cinema Eye Names "Sherman's March" as First Legacy Award Recipient

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    Considering the Future By Way of the Present.

    Considering the Future By Way of the Present.

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    Stranger than Fiction Unveils Winter Schedule

    Stranger than Fiction Unveils Winter Schedule

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    Sita, Stingray, and Salvia: 2009 and the Future of Movies

    Conventional wisdom tells us that Hollywood generally produces crass and redundant products, leaving truly independent artists to tell their own stories outside the system. Yet as the decade defined by YouTube and its ilk draws to a close, twenty-first century creativity faces those very same threat...

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    If indieWIRE's Critic's Poll Picked The Oscars

    The 2009 indieWIRE Critics Poll in all its glory is now complete and online for your pleasure. Though you could go ahead and figure this out yourself, I did you the geeky service of going through and compiling what the results would look like if the categories were Academy Award-style. It's a dream...

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    "Summer Hours" Wins indieWIRE '09 Critics Poll; "Mulholland Dr." is Best of Decade

    Olivier Assayas' "Summer Hours," a quiet sibling battle over the objects inside a French family's summer home, was named the best film of 2009 in indieWIRE's annual poll of more than 100 film critics and bloggers. David Lynch's "Mullholland Drive," a sort of American fever dream set in Hollywood, wa...

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    The Long Road to Invictus

    Morgan Freeman was born to play Nelson Mandela.

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    Oscar Duel: Yes, They're Fun, But Do Golden Globes Influence Oscar?

    In this ongoing blog duel, Moviefone's resident Oscarologist Jack Mathews and I discuss the impact of the Golden Globes on the Oscar race. On Golden Globes nominations morning, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Robert Downey, Jr., Julia Roberts and Tobey Maguire were dancing on the ceiling. And Harvey Weinstein...

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    Sundance Adds Three Last-Minute Titles

    In a surprise last minute move, Sundance programmers have announced the addition of three world premieres to the January indie fest. Gurinder Chadha's It's a Wonderful Afterlife, starring Sally Hawkins, Lisa Cholodenko's The Kids are Alright, starring Julianne Moore and Annette Bening as gay parents...

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