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    Trailer Watch: 'Diane Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel' Celebrates an Icon

    "You can see and feel everything in clothes," according to Diana Vreeland.

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    Trailers from Hell: Karaszewski Talks 'Medium Cool'

    Screenwriter Larry Karaszewski ("Man on the Moon") kicks off the week for Trailers from Hell with Haskell Wexler verite classic "Medium Cool":

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    TIFF TRAILER: Sarah Polley Makes Leap to Documentary Filmmaking With 'Stories We Tell'

    It took six years for Sarah Polley to follow up her Academy Award-nominated directorial debut "Away From Her" with this summer's "Take This Waltz," so we were surprised (like many) to learn that her third feature, a documentary, will be screening at the upcoming Venice and To...

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    Thank You Women Athletes for a Great Olympics

    Looking back on the last two weeks this was clearly the women's Olympics. Aside from Michael Phelps and Usain Bolt it was the women's stories that dominated the airwaves (at least here in the US.) This was the first year that the US sent more women athletes to the Olympics than men -- 268 ...

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    VIDEO ESSAY: Doris Wishman, the Mother of Sexploitation

    One of the most prolific woman filmmakers of all time worked in a surprising genre: the sexploitation flick. On the 10-year anniversary of Doris Wishman’s death (she would have been 100 this year), a video essay pays tribute to a true filmmaking pioneer.

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    The Real Hunger Games

    In honor of the GOP VP candidate.  It's from May but feels very appropriate today.  And also remember that this guy is to the right of Romney on reproductive choice. 

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    Trailers from Hell: Kusama on Bigelow's 'Blue Steel' -- No Relation to 'Zoolander'

    "Kathryn Bigelow Week" concludes at Trailers from Hell with director Karyn Kusama discussing urban cop drama and Jamie Lee Curtis-starrer "Blue Steel."

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    Watch Now: PBS POV Short Cuts Doc 'The Barber of Birmingham: Foot Solider of the Civil Rights Movement'

    An official selection of the 2011 Sundance Film Festival and the 2012 Oscar-nominated short film The Barber of Birmingham, is now streaming in its entirety on the PBS site for a limited time.

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    Meryl On Video

    It seems that today is video day and I've got two great ones from Meryl Streep as she is promoting Hope Springs (which I hope you go and see this weekend.)

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