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    Octavia Spencer Says She’s Tired Of The “Small” Film Roles as TV Has Opened Up New Opportunities for Black Actresses

    Joining the chorus, Octavia Spencer says that television seemingly appears to be the new golden opportunity for black actresses looking for challenging roles.

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    The 25 Best Film Schools in America

    Film school is no longer just an LA-NY thing. The latest ranking of film schools by THR suggests that film education is becoming "less Hollywood-centric."

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    Meet Thundershorts Creators: Ted Alexandro and Hollis James, the Dynamic Duo Behind 'Teachers Lounge'

    As part of a series introducing you to the creators of comedy miniseries featured on the new streaming service Thundershorts, a division of SnagFilms, here we meet the team that created the series "Teachers Lounge."

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    Release Dates: Jon Stewart's 'Rosewater' Readied For Oscar Season, 'The Huntsman' Coming In Spring 2016

    You can have a great movie, but if you don't position it properly, it won't find the audience it deserves, nor maximize the profitability you were hoping for. That's a longwinded way of saying some movies have announced some new release dates, so let's dive right in.

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    Here Are The New Movies and Series Streaming on Netflix this August

    A new month means new Netflix offerings, and this August the company is bringing an array of critical darlings and fan favorites to its vast list of streaming options.

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    20 New Photos Of The TIFF-Bound ‘Riot Club’ Starring Natalie Dormer, Sam Claflin, Jessica Brown Findlay & More

    Danish filmmaker Lone Scherfig’s has a zig-zagging trajectory. Her debut "Italian for Beginners" was an inventive and populist take on the Dogme 95 manifesto via a romantic comedy which won several plaudits including the Silver Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival in 2001. She made a few w...

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    Watch: Walter Murch & Jon Favreau Talk Editing Of 'The Conversation,' 'Birdman,' 'Gravity' And More In 7-Minute Video

    The art of film editing isn't exactly a subject that will get even the most devoted of cinephiles excited. It's a hidden art, a laborious task and often an undersung skill in the filmmaking world, with few "celebrity" practitioners. Martin Scorsese's regular collaborator Thelma Schoonmaker is probab...

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    Are Studio Ghibli's Days Numbered? Say It Ain't So

    It seems impossible to think that one of the world's most beloved animation studios might shut its doors and stop making films, but that's what one Japanese news site says might happen to Hayao Miyazaki's Studio Ghibli.

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    Netflix Releases Groundbreaking Eco-doc 'Mission Blue,' Plus Other Potential Doc Oscar Contenders (TRAILER)

    The words 'Netflix' and 'original content' bring to mind shows like "House of Cards" and "Orange Is the New Black." But Netflix has been consistently seeking new types of programming to bring to viewers under its own banner, and it plans to do so significantly this year with a raft of new documenta...

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