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  • The Playlist
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    Rewind: Chatty Shia, Mysterious 'Prometheus' And The Week In Movies, June 26th-July 2nd

    This week was active at The Playlist. Speculation about "Prometheus" led to a load of weird, gossipy rumors powering the film news industry leading up to the opening for "Transformers: Dark Of The Moon." Meanwhile, The Playlist produced a number of can't-miss pieces of original content.

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  • Hope for Film
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    Guest Post: Jon Mortsugu: "Out With The Punk, Long Live The New Wave"

    When I got started making movies in he late 80's, I didn't know if our films would ever be seen or find a home. I took great comfort in the fact that others were doing it too though. When I learned first of Gregg Araki and then Jon Mortsugu -- and hence a west coast indie revolution -- I knew what we were doing was bigger than us. Everyone's approach and content was different, but damn it was bold. No one was spending much and we were starting to get it seen. The LA films we edgier and, well, louder. Mortsugu's titles alone project his attitude well: SCUM ROCK, FAME WHORE, MOD FUCK EXPLOSION, & HIPPY PORN. Today he guest blogs on how the digital revolution has lead him to lower the punk rock flag.

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  • Caryn James
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    About Caryn James

    Caryn James is a film and television critic, a culture critic and a novelist. She has been a film critic, chief television critic, and book reviewer for The New York Times, where she continues to contribute to the Book Review. She has also written for a wide range of publications in print and on-line, including The Daily Beast and The Huffington Post.

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  • Women and Hollywood
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    About Women and Hollywood

    Melissa Silverstein is a writer, blogger and marketing consultant with an expertise in the area of social media regarding women and Hollywood. She is the founder and editor of Women and Hollywood, one of the most respected sites for issues related to women and film as well as other areas of pop culture.

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  • Spout
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    About Spout

    Spout is neither a news nor a review site. Both news and reviews are prone to appear here, but this movie blog is primarily a place for discussion of trends, buzz, themes and other topics of interest to the film fan who isn't always looking for assisted marketing, conventional criticism or Hollywood reportage. We let the variety of other websites and blogs cover that beat. Here, we like to spout opinion, comment on the current zeitgeist and overanalyze pop culture and mainstream movies. Whether in the form of lists, survey questions or straight editorials, we hope to make thinking deeply about film a fun and stimulating activity for all. If we can spark some conversation in the process, we hope that you'll join us.

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  • SydneysBuzz
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    About Sydney Levine

    Sydney Levine focuses on international film industry developments and analysis of the international film market related to buyers, sales agents, filmmakers, film festivals and distribution.

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  • Shadow and Act
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    About Shadow and Act

    About

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  • Press Play
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    About PressPlay

    Greetings and salutations, readers, and welcome to PressPlay.

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  • ReelPolitik
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    About ReelPolitik

    A blog about cinema, politics and sticking it to the Man. Anthony Kaufman is a film journalist and critic, who has written for the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Tribune, the Village Voice and Slate, and contributes regularly to Variety, indieWIRE, the Wall Street Journal Online and the Utne Reader.

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  • The Lost Boys
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    The Lost Boys

    In solidarity against being found.

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