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    Tom Hardy Gets An Action Franchise, Will Star in New Regency & Ubisoft's 'Splinter Cell' Adaptation [UPDATED]

    New Regency has come on board to develop the "Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell" with Ubisoft. Tom Hardy is set to star.

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    Contest: Win A 'Ted' Prize Pack Including A Blu-Ray, Scarf, Mini-Poster & More

    If the holiday season's wholesome, hearty and warm vibe is beginning to grate on you a little, relief is around the corner. Seth MacFarlane's directorial debut and smash hit R-rated comedy "Ted" is coming to home video next week, and Christmas will come early for a couple of lucky ...

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    EXCLUSIVE: San Francisco Film Society Announces 2013 FilmHouse Residencies

    The San Francisco Film Society has announced the filmmakers who have been awarded the FilmHouse Residencies, to begin February 2013. The program supports independent filmmakers by making office space available free of charge for a six- or twelve-month term, allowing the directors to actively engage ...

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    Using Sundance to Shift the Narrative on Women Directors

    The happy glow has still not worn off the news that women directors have achieved gender parity in the US dramatic and documentary competitions. (But we must also remember that women are still not there in any of the other categories.) Women directors became the story. Here are some of the headli...

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    Tribeca Films Loves Alex Karpovsky, Picks Up Both 'Red Flag' and 'Rubberneck'

    Tribeca Films has picked up North American rights for two films by Alex Karpovsky, "Rubberneck" and "Red Flag." Both films Karpovsky wrote and starred in, and center on a young man's awkward navigation of relationships.

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    'Django Unchained' Is The Shortest Long Western Since ‘Rio Bravo’ Plus New Pics & TV Spot

    Excited for Quentin Tarantino’s latest? Well, chances are you’ll be even more excited when you find out that “Django Unchained” is the “shortest long Western since 'Rio Bravo' ”…no, we weren’t entirely sure what that meant at first either. Well, for QT it’s definitely a thing, and the man knows his ...

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    Tribeca Film Announces Acquisition of Two Films by 'Girls' Star Alex Karpovsky

    Tribeca Films has announced the acquisition of "Rubberneck" and "Red Flag," both written, directed and starring Alex Karpovsky, for limited theatrical releases. The deal also extends both films to a variety of video on demand methods, including iTunes, Amazon Watch Instantly, Goo...

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    Exclusive: Poster For The Documentary 'The Perfect Human Diet'

    It's the holidays, which means over the next few weeks it's going to be a veritable orgy of feasting at work parties, family get togethers and more, as turkey, chocolate, stuffing, sweets and candy cane ice cream will all be devoured between now and New Year's Eve. But at some point on January 1st w...

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    TONIGHT NYC: Screening '5 X Favela' (A Rare Seemingly Upbeat Omnibus On Favela-Dwelling)

    We could say that Marcel Camus' 1959 award-winning Black Orpheus introduced the rest of the world to the favelas of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil; although it's probably better known for the Antônio Carlos Jobim-composed bossa nova-infused soundtrack.

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    What's More Inane than "2016: Obama's America" Filmmakers Whining About Oscar?

    What's more inane? That Gerald Molen, the Oscar-winning producer of "Schindler’s List "and "2016: Obama's America" and the doc's director Dinesh D’Souza believe they should have been on the Oscar shortlist for best documentary? Or that The Hollyw...

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