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    FUTURES | 'Codependent Lesbian Space Alien' Director Madeleine Olnek on Sticking to Comedies

    Why She's On Our Radar: Her debut feature, the hilarious black-and-white sci-fi romantic comedy "Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same," charmed the pants off critics and audiences at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year where it world premiered. It opens this Friday,...

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    The Playlist's Most Anticipated Escapist/Popcorn Films Of 2012

    Admittedly, Team Playlist is an oddball collection of cinephiles, snobs and genre-dorks, sometimes only unified by one thing: a healthy dose of skepticism in a world largely occupied by wishful-thinking fanboys. But this diversity means that we can be at once cynical optimists and optimistic cynics.

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    Watch "Shit White Girls Say... To Black Girls" (The Madness Continues...)

    And the sh*t-storm continues... this time, with a twist...

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    Orson Welles—Heard, Not Seen

    Many people are familiar with Orson Welles’ notorious radio adaptation of H.G. Wells’ 'War of the Worlds', which aired on Halloween eve, 1938, and caused a nationwide panic. It made the “boy wonder” of Broadway a household name, and led to offers from Hollywood that culminated in the production of h...

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    Watch Episode 1 Of New Reality Web Series "In The Circle" (The Lives Of 20-Something Dreamers In NYC)

    Another day, another web series... though this one is a reality web series, as in reality-TV, but for the web, in serial format.

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    The 7 Indie Films You Must See This January

    January is usually seen as a burial ground for movies (unless you're heading to the Sundance Film Festival). But this year -- perhaps more than ever -- a slew of films that received Oscar-qualifying runs in December in New York or Los Angeles disappeared into dormancy until the new year. Those f...

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    Filmmakers You Should Know: Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Turkish Master of Understatement

    Filmmakers You Should Know: Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Turkish Master of Understatement

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    The Playlist's 50 Most Anticipated Films Of 2012

    Well here we are, in the brave new world of 2012. And at present, it's not too scary, although we swear that we'll beat the next person to death who makes a joke about the Roland Emmerich film. And after a 2011 that turned out to be a pretty decent year for cinema (if not necessarily one for...

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    Watch Now - The Year 2011 In Black Cinema In 7 Minutes (A Shadow And Act Video Compilation)

    Last time I post this, I swear :)

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    2nd Round Of The Shadow & Act Digital Filmmaker Showcase Is Underway. Deadline Close! Watch & Vote Now!

    After a six-month layoff, the Shadow and Act Digital Filmmaker Showcase is back with Round 2.

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