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    Watch: The '70s Come Alive With Revolution & Nudity In Trailer For Olivier Assayas’ ‘Something In The Air’

    Oh to be young, in love and ready to the fight "the man." Fueled the spirit of May 1968, but set in the early '70s, and telling a semi-autobiographical tale, the latest from Olivier Assayas buzzes with the energy of those looking to change the state of the world, and you can get a peek...

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    Ozwald Boateng Is Much Cooler Than You... Or New Release Trailer For 'A Man's Story' Debuts

    As already announced, we now have official USA theatrical opening cities and theater locations for A Man's Story, the highly-anticipated Ozwald Boateng documentary, which is now set to be released in the USA on November 2nd.

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    Is Redo of Reagan-era "Red Dawn" Still Effective Rightwing Propaganda?

    The reviews of the "Red Dawn" remake are in--and like many young 'uns who came of age in the 1980s when the original "Red Dawn" was released, I've been awfully curious about how contemporary political realities might effect the reboot of the rightwing Reagan-era clas...

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    Watch Teaser Trailer For First Ever Scripted Movie About Tupac

    You know, we over here at S & A are, of course, constantly bombarded with requests from filmmakers to post something about their latest film, hoping to get the word out. Sometimes we do, and sometimes we don't.

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    Matthew Cherry's 'The Last Fall' Gets Official Theatrical Playdates, New Trailer

    Announced at the 2012 American Black Film Festival, where the film screened, Matthew Cherry's family drama, The Last Fall, was been acquired by Image Entertainment (which you may recall was acquired by Bob Johnson's RLJ) in a deal that included al...

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    Lee Daniels Says 'The Butler' The Closest He's Come To Doing "Work-For-Hire," Calls It "A Big Compromise"

    If you can say anything about Lee Daniels, it's that he's got a distinct voice. Whether it always works is another topic entirely, but over the course of the three films now -- "Shadowboxer" (which got a great Commentary Of The Damned feature at the AV Club), awards horse "Pre...

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    Penelope Cruz War Drama 'Twice Born' Heads To Entertainment One

    Entertainment One Films has announced that it has acquired the North American distribution rights to "Twice Born" in all media from Wild Bunch.

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    Tom Hiddleston, Viv Albertine From The Slits & More Join Mystery Movie

    Before he was Loki, Tom Hiddleston was just another Brit actor trying to make it and early on he formed a bond with filmmaker Joanna Hogg. He appeared in her 2007 indie "Unrelated," and three years later starred in her sophomore feature "Archipelago." And while the world is now a...

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    Kim Basinger Joins Paul Haggis' 'Third Person'; Plot Details Revealed

    We don't see Kim Basinger up on the big screen all that often anymore. In fact, it was two years ago that she last popped up in the Zac Efron vehicle "Charlie St. Cloud." Before that movie was another two year gap, with 2008 seeing her in three pictures: "The Burning Plain," ...

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