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    Watch 'Casino Jack,' 'Bukowski' and Other Top Docs, For Free

    Don't you need a intelligent respite from yesterday's debauchery? We thought so.

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    Watch: WonderCon Promos 'Prometheus' Trailer

    WonderCon offered traffic snarls in Anaheim and a Fox preview of "Prometheus" (June 8). Director Ridley Scott ("Alien," "Blade Runner") and writer Damon Lindelof ("Lost," "Star Trek") accompanied the showing of the new trailer (below), which sent the twittersphere buzzing and soon hit the Web.

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    'Hunger Games' Early Reviews Gush Over Lawrence (Latest Trailer and Clips)

    The first installment of Suzanne Collins' young adult trilogy hits theaters March 23, 2012, but early reviews are in. The wildly anticipated post-apocalyptic thriller has yielded reviews that just border on gushing.

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    Watch: "The Avengers" Trailer, Sweded

    Anyone who has seen the recently released second trailer for Joss Whedon's "The Avengers" knows that film will be heavy on special effects and that it probably has a sizable budget. Anyone, interested in a slightly lower budget version of the trailer need not look any further, as we&#...

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    AUDIOVISUALCY: A New Press Play Column

    The Audiovisualcy column on Press Play is a collaboration between Press Play's editors, Audioisualcy curator Catherine Grant, and a series of guest contributors, who will take turns to pick particular video essays and to discuss what it is that we like and value about them.

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    VIDEO ESSAY: Kevin Brownlow, Film Essay Pioneer, on D.W. Griffith

    Next week the San Francisco Silent Film Festival will present the complete 5 1/2 hour version of Abel Gance’s epic Napoleon. It is truly a singular event: Due to the expense, technical challenges, and complicated rights issues involved, no screenings are planned for any other American cit...

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    New Wave of Black Film Highlights - Nelson George, Warrington Hudlin, Sheril Antonio & More (Video)

    Back in November, New York's Museum of the Moving Image hosted an event commemorating a landmark year in cinema - 1991 - when there was an influx of studio-funded films by black directors including Spike Lee, Matty Rich, John Singleton, Mario Van Peebles, and others.

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    Watch: Lost 1951 Robert Altman Film 'Modern Football' (Video)

    Look closely and you will find traces of Robert Altman's signature cinematic approach in the just-discovered footage of his lost early film "Modern Football." Produced in 1951 for the Kansas City film company Calvin, the 26-year-old Altman strings together the daily life of football players with th...

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    Producer Watch: Nina Jacobson at the Premiere of The Hunger Games

    Nina Jacobson has been around Hollywood for a while. She's one of a handful of women to run a studio having run Buena Vista Studios at Disney until 2006.

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