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    Spotlight on: Shooting Stars 2013

    European Film Promotion's most tony event is held during the most tony of film markets, the European Film Market which runs concurrently with the Berlinale, also known as the Berlin Film Festival, February 7 to 17.

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    Exclusive: 'Side Effects' Writer Scott Z. Burns Talks His 'Full Metal Jacket' Version Of 'Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes'

    One of the big surprises of the summer of 2011 was just how damn good Rupert Wyatt's "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" was. There wasn't a whole lot of buzz about the movie beforehand, aside from what seemed like an incredibly-truncated production schedule for a movie that was so grand in scope and s...

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    Poland's African Diaspora Film Festival Call For Entries (Compensation For Selected Films)

    Yes, we are repped all over the world, even in Poland.

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    'ParaNorman' Partners Laika and Focus Features Will Reteam for Fantasy Fable 'The Boxtrolls'

    'ParaNorman' Partners Laika and Focus Features Will Reteam for Fantasy Fable 'The Boxtrolls'

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    Alex Karpovsky of 'Girls' Gets Double Feature Treatment at Film Society of Lincoln Center

    Tribeca Film and the Film Society of Lincoln Center are giving two films, "Rubberneck" and "Red Flag," by writer-director-actor Alex Karpovsky a double feature run at the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center. Like his frequent collaborator Lena Dunham ("Girls," "Tiny Furniture"), Karpovsky stars himself ...

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    Tosh Gitonga's 'Nairobi Half Life' Is Coming To 100 Theaters In The USA In March (Details)

    I still haven't seen the Kenyan crime drama, Nairobi Half Life, from director David Tosh Gitonga, which was Kenya's selection for the Best Foreign Language Oscar category, making it just the second film from Kenya to be entered into the race; the first was 2008's Hear...

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    Berlin Market: Charlize Theron Goes to 'Dark Places,' Plus Tom Hardy's 'Locke' and Participant's Spanish Language Films

    News out of the Berlinale market includes "Dark Places" with Charlize Theron, Tom Hardy's "Locke" and Participant's agreement with Spanish production houses Canana, Fabula and Dynamo...

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    Berlin: Focus Features Reteams with Laika for 'Boxtrolls,' Snaps Up Rights for Upstairs-Downstairs Jane Austen Spin 'Longbourn'

    Focus acquisitions from Berlin include LAIKA's "The Boxtrolls" and Jane Austen-inspired "Longbourn"...

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    John Leguizamo's Film Adaptation of His One-Man Broadway Show Coming Out This Summer

    108 Media has acquired U.S. theatrical rights to "FUGLY!," an autobiographical comedy written by and starring John Leguizamo.

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    EW Previews 'Star Trek Into Darkness,' Madness of Abrams' Career

    J.J. Abrams' "Star Trek" reboot opened in 2009 and earned $386 million worldwide. Four years later the director returns with "Star Trek Into Darkness" -- out May 17. He tells EW in their sneak preview issue that his career--complete with a "Star Wars" reboot--is currently "madness."

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