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    Vangelis' 'Blade Runner' Soundtrack Getting Gatefold Sleeve, Red Vinyl Reissue

    While the plans for a sequel are something we're certainly wary of, there's no doubt that Ridley Scott's "Blade Runner" continues to fascinate. Recently, studio notes on the film from displeased producers hit the web, providing yet another insight into the production, while a possible tie-in to "Pro...

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    Ryan Gosling Puts 'Em Up In New Pics From Nicolas Winding Refn's 'Only God Forgives'

    We're now under two months away from the Cannes Film Festival, and among the titles we're expecting to join the lineup is Nicolas Winding Refn's "Only God Forgives." The long awaited picture continues to play in the shadows, but it looks like we're going to be getting a lot more very, very soon.

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    'Warrior' Director Gavin O'Connor Replaces Lynne Ramsay On 'Jane Got A Gun'

    With Lynne Ramsay shockingly and mysteriously bailing on western "Jane Got A Gun" yesterday, producer Scott Steindorff of Scott Pictures promised a director would be found imminently. He wasn't kidding. Less than 24 hours later, the film has a brand new helmer to get the movie going, and likely keep...

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    Darryl Roberts' 'America The Beautiful 3' Scheduled For Release Later This Year (The Last Of The True Independents)

    I’ve written about L.A. and Chicago based filmmaker Darryl Roberts on S & A a few times before. And in case you haven't heard of his 2007 documentary America The Beautiful, it just happens to be one of the most financially successful, self-distributed documentaries in recent years.

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    Watch: Edgar Wright's 'Ant-Man' Test Reel Leaks Online

    If you don't know the name Adam Buxton, Edgar Wright sure does. The Brit comedian and actor has appeared in "Shaun Of The Dead" and "Hot Fuzz," as well as "Paul" (unofficially produced by Wright) and "Attack The Block" (directed Joe Cornish, with whom he performs comedy with as Adam and Joe). So, it...

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    Choice Skinner Wins Top Prize In Octavia Spencer's Short Film Contest

    Congrats once again to Choice Skinner (a long-time S&A reader) on the acknowledgement. His winning short film, A Second Thought, will screen at the SoHoFilmFest In April.

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    4 African Diaspora-Interest Films To See At The New Directors/New Films Fest (Starts 3/20)

    4 African Diaspora-Interest Films To See At The New Directors/New Films Fest (Starts 3/20)

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    'Ain't Them Bodies Saints' Director David Lowery Jumps To Disney To Write New Take On 'Pete's Dragon'

    Okay, if Lynne Ramsay exiting "Jane Got A Gun" wasn't already the biggest surprise news of the day, this probably would be. David Lowery, who seemed to be everywhere in Park City in January was writer of the Slamdance entry "Pit Stop," editor on Shane Carruth's Sundance film "Upsteam Color" while un...

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    Full Synopsis + Publish Date For Sidney Poitier's First Fiction Novel - 'Montaro Caine'

    As we announced in December, the one and only legend Sidney Poitier has penned his first fiction novel - a sci-fi/thriller titled Montaro Caine which will officially go on sale on May 7, 2013 - less than 2 months away.

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    Watch: Trailer For Wacky Comedy 'Revenge For Jolly!' Featuring Oscar Isaac, Kristen Wiig, Elijah Wood & More

    Every year, amongst the countless films that see a theatrical release -- no matter how small -- there are a select few that are destined for that no man’s land known as direct-to-video. The latest entry in this grand tradition is “Revenge For Jolly!,” a film which our man in Tribeca was not a fan of...

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