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    First Trailer For 'The Black Line: A Profile Of The African-American Woman' (From 'Dark Girls' Director/Producer)

    Here's your first first look at acclaimed documentary filmmaker D. Channsin Berry's The Black Line: A Profile of the African-American Woman.

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    Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2 Crushes the Box Office

    Unsurprisingly, Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2 killed it at the box office this weekend.

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    Watch: Spike Lee, Mira Nair & Steven Soderbergh Talk 'The Battle of Algiers'

    So, not down with Black Friday (or Grey Thursday, the newest holiday shopping evil)? Want to avoid the crowds at the mulitplex and malls? And want a recommendation for something to watch at home? Well, if you've never seen Gillo Pontecorvo's masterful and hugely influential 1966 film "T...

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    It Takes a Village People: Jamie Kastner's 'The Secret Disco Revolution' Acquired by Screen Media Films

    Gloria Gaynor, Village People, Kool and the Gang, KC and the Sunshine Band and more appear in the documentary about the birth of disco in the ’70s and the part the music movement played in the liberation of gays, blacks and women. The movie includes footage and classic songs of the era such as “Boog...

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    Lenny Kravitz As Marvin Gaye In Julien Temple's 'Midnight Love' Project?

    We'll file this one under unconfirmed for now.

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    'Hitchcock' Star Anthony Hopkins Calls Awards Season Schmoozing "Disgusting"

    Did Anthony Hopkins just pull a Joaquin Phoenix? The legendary actor and four-time Oscar nominee (who won Best Actor for "Silence Of The Lambs") is out on the stump for "Hitchcock," but he's making it plainly clear he's not a fan of having to charm all the various critics...

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    Michael Moore's 10 Suggestions to Obama: "You say you were a community organizer. Please – start acting like one."

    In the wake of Barack Obama's re-election to the White House, documentary filmmaker Michael Moore has written the President an open letter, asking him to follow through with his promises from 2008 and push through a politics of populism -- policies that support more than just the upper crust of ...

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    Wanna Touch 'Em? Leslie Mann & Megan Fox Get Close In 'This Is 40' Red Band Featurette

    Now showing for critics, and with screeners already in the hands of various guilds and groups, Judd Apatow's "This Is 40" is officially out of the gate, and the early buzz seems to be positive. But there's still about a month to go until it hits theaters, and Universal is beginning...

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    Director, Visual Artist Nana Agyapong Documents The Morning Rituals Of 50 Different LA Women On Film

    From Ghanaian director/visual artist Nana Agyapong (photo above) comes a documentary titled LA Woman Rising, that she says follows 50 different types of women, waking up the morning and getting ready for the day in the belly of Los Angeles, are are rising to live their dreams.

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