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    Soundtrack Details For Explosions In The Sky & David Wingo's Score For David Gordon Green's 'Prince Avalanche'

    Emerging from nowhere to become a Sundance hit, as well as a step forward from the director's left-of-center mainstream work, David Gordon Green's comedy “Prince Avalanche” also finds him in league with past musical collaborators. The talents of Explosions In The Sky and “Take Shelter” composer Davi...

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    Call For Entries: Encounters with IDFA Bertha Fund At South African Doc Film Fest

    Call For Entries: Encounters with IDFA Bertha Fund At South African Doc Film Fest

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    Why ITVS should be held accountable and "Citizen Koch" should be called "Citizen Corp"

    By not further commenting on its role to pull out of Tia Lessin and Carl Deal's documentary "Citizen Koch," ITVS, the prominent independent documentary funding organization, is shooting itself in the foot—and potentially alienating filmmakers. When I reached out to ITVS for further comment on Jane M...

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    Watch: 2 Clips & Red Band TV Spot For 'This Is The End'

    Upon viewing the abundance of “This is the End” clips and trailers that are available online, one thing is for certain: these guys had a lot of fun making this movie. You’ve got James Franco, Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson, etc. all getting to play fictionalized ...

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    Alec Baldwin's SummerDocs Lineup Features 'Twenty Feet From Stardom' and 'Gasland Part II'

    Morgan Neville's Sundance entry "Twenty Feet From Stardom" and Josh Fox's "Gasland Part II" will kick off the SummerDocs Series at the Hamptons International Film Festival. Beginning June 15th in East Hampton, the four-part SummerDocs series will feature a guest appearance from Darlene Love as well ...

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    Cannes: Alexander Payne Explains Why He Shot 'Nebraska' in Black and White and Cast Will Forte as His Dramatic Lead

    With this year's edition of the Cannes Film Festival in its winding down phase (it concludes on Sunday), it's easy to forget there are still some heavy hitters left to screen in the Competition, one of which, Alexander Payne's "Nebraska," screened this morning for press before its gala later on.

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    President Obama's War on the Media

    In a risky move, U.S. President Barack Obama has all but declared war on the America media, particularly investigative journalism.

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    Watch: First 2 Clips From Steamy 3-Hour Cannes Entry 'Blue Is The Warmest Color' Starring Lea Seydoux

    If you have a thing for Lea Seydoux, this was a good year to be at the Cannes Film Festival. The French actress spends most of "Grand Central" (read our review here) either naked or strutting around noticeably bra-less in a jean shorts and a one piece body suit. And then there's "Blue Is The Warmest...

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    Universal Plans To Remake Jean-Claude Van Damme Hit 'Timecop'

    Hollywood sequels, remakes, and reboots have become so commonplace these days that it should no longer register any surprise when you hear news that a studio is developing yet another one. Still, there are those cases where Hollywood announces a remake and it’s a little perplexing. Was anyone really...

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    Amanda Seyfried Joins Ben Stiller, Naomi Watts & Adam Driver In Noah Baumbach's 'While We're Young'

    The thoroughly complete hoodwinking that Noah Baumbach pulled with his shot-on-the-sly Greta Gerwig vehicle, “Frances Ha,” has meant a celebration of the director’s rejuvenated style, and an even more fierce inquiry into what he’s hiding next. Apart from his color companion piece to “Frances Ha,” th...

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