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    Daniel Espinosa's 'Snabba Cash' Gets A Sequel With New Director; Original Cast Returns

    Update: Moviezine reveals that shooting started in late August in Gothenburg and in Stockholm and the project is aiming to hit Swedish theatres in the fall 2012.

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    VIDEO ESSAY: COWARDS BEND THE KNEE, directed by Guy Maddin

    EDITOR’S NOTE: Fandor's blog site, Keyframe, begins its Director of the Month series today with a week long tribute to Canadian director Guy Maddin. In addition to specially commissioned articles and an exclusive interview with the director himself, Fandor editor-in-chief and Press Play contributor Kevin B. Lee has collaborated with Matt Zoller Seitz to produce this video essay discussing the technical and thematic achievements of Maddin's 2003 feature Cowards Bend The Knee. But the centerpiece of the weeklong tribute is Fandor's first blogathon hosted on Keyframe called The Maddin-est Blogathon in the World. From September 19-23, Keyframe invites writers, video editors and artists to discuss Maddin's body of work on their own sites. Fandor will cross-link to newly published blog posts and give a special prize to the most creative endeavor. Click here if you would like to participate.

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    When Should a Filmmaker Go To a Festival?

    The Holding, Directed by Susan Jacobson.Maybe this little interchange is of interest to other filmmakers...at any rate, it is free publicity for the filmmakers.

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    Liam Hemsworth Boosts Beefcake Factor By Joining 'The Expendables 2'

    While his older brother Chris Hemsworth launched himself to worldwide fame with "Thor" earlier this year, Liam Hemsworth will soon join his sibling in the ranks of mega-movie fandom. Set to star as Gale Hawthorne in the upcoming "The Hunger Games" the actor is looking to take his shirt off again for the ladies and boost his action credentials alongside a bunch of old guys.

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    Ruth Negga Graces UK Screen And Stage This Month In “Shirley” And "Playboy Of The Western World"

    On September 29, Irish actress Ruth Negga (Breakfast on Pluto, Misfits), as reported on this site back in August, stars in the BBC Two biopic Shirley, in which she portrays iconic Diamonds Are Forever singer Dame Shirley Bassey. Negga is reported to have only had eight days to prepare for the challenging role.

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    Sneak Preview Tonight In Central Park Of Sundance Winner "Kinyarwanda"

    It's a film that's received plenty of coverage here at S&A and now New Yorkers have a chance at taking a sneak peak at this award-winning production tonight in celebration of IFP's Independent Film Week. Rooftop Films and IFP have joined forces for this special event which takes place at 8pm/est in Central Park.

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    Watch: Rachel Weisz Asks A Lot Of Questions In Clip From 'Dream House'

    In case you didn't get enough Rachel Weisz at TIFF where she featured in three films -- "360," "Page Eight" and "The Deep Blue Sea" -- there is even more of the actress on the way as she stars later this month in the upcoming, long delayed, and unfortunately awful looking "Dream House."

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    Aki Kaurismäki's ‘Le Havre’ Gets October 21st Release & Is Selected As Finland's Oscar Entry

    One of the best films we've seen so far this year -- that is generating the least amount buzz (yet) -- is "Le Havre" the latest from Finnish master of deadpan comedy, Aki Kaurismäki.

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    Watch: A Woman Wakes Up From A 'Hangover'-Esque Night With George Clooney In Norwegian Bank Ad

    While George Clooney has recently been taking his handsome face to Venice, Telluride and Toronto to stump for his fall movies "Ides Of March" and "The Descendants," Norwegians are getting a completely different look at the actor/writer/director.

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    63rd Emmy Awards: Video & Photo Highlights, Movie Stars as TV Stars

    Movie stars were TV stars last night, from Kate Winslet (Outstanding Leading Actress in a Mini-series or Movie, Mildred Pierce), Guy Pearce (Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Mini-series or Movie, Mildred Pierce), Maggie Smith (Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Mini-series or Movie, Downton Abbey), Julian Fellowes (Outstanding Writing For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Dramatic Special, Downton Abbey) and Martin Scorsese (Outstanding Directing In For A Drama Series, Boardwalk Empire) to Peter Dinklage (Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series, Game of Thrones), Melissa McCarthy (Outstanding Actress in a Comedy, Mike & Molly) and Barry Pepper (Outstanding Leading Actor in an Mini-Series or Movie, The Kennedys). Here's the rest of the big winners. Our favorite part of the show? Jane Lynch telling Don Draper that in the future people can fast forward commercials (see her intro below).

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