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    'Three Colors' Trilogy Composer Zbigniew Preisner To Score Terrence Malick Produced 'Green Blade Rises'

    While it may not bear a Directed By credit, the upcoming "Green Blade Rises" seems to be putting together a lot of ingredients familiar to producer Terrence Malick. The project will be directed by A.J. Edwards, a protegé of the filmmaker who was an editor on "To The Wonder"...

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    Sundance Institute Chooses Six Projects for 2nd Edition of New Frontier Story Lab

    Six projects have been chosen for Sundance's New Frontier Story Lab, taking place at the Sundance Resort October 21-26. The lab, inspired by the Sundance Film Festival and structured after the Institutute's Lab model, aims to support "projects that use technology to deepen story and engage audiences...

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    Spotlight On New Gauteng Film Commission Feature Film Projects (South Africa)

    We've previously profiled 1 of the films on this list: Little One, South Africa's submission for 2013 Best Foreign Language Film Oscar consideration.

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    So Many Hugs, Arm Wrestling Competitions & Bloodshot Eyes In New 'Twilight: Breaking Dawn 2' Photos

    The epic finale that will live forever! You gotta love how modest Summit Entertainment is being about the final installment of the "Twilight" saga in their latest, jogging-happy, poster. Twihards will always complain about how movie bloggers tend to be haters about the "Twilight&...

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    Amazon Studios Options First Novel, Self-Published Southern Gothic 'SEED'

    Amazon's original content branch Amazon Studios has optioned the rights for author Ania Ahlborn's "SEED," a self-published Southern Gothic horror novel centering on a man whose malignant supernatural past catches up with him following a car accident. This is the first novel option for the studio, wh...

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    MPAA Head Chris Dodd's Anti-Piracy Plea: Hollywood and Online Tech "not adversaries, we're partners"

    CEO of the MPAA and former Connecticut senator Chris Dodd wrote an op-ed piece for Politico Tuesday broaching the subject of Hollywood and technology, and how the two are making strides to join forces against online piracy. Dodd writes: "Despite what the media and the advocates on the extremes would...

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    Focus Features' 5th Annual Africa First Winners

    Five filmmakers have been selected for Focus Features' fifth annual Africa First Program, an initiative developed exclusively for emerging filmmakers of African nationality and residence. Each filmmaker will be awarded $10K for their prospective short film projects. Full list of award recipients and...

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    Roger Ross Williams' 'Traveling While Black' At New Frontier Story Labs + 'God Loves Uganda' On PBS In 2013

    Roger Ross Williams may not be a household name (yet), but the man has 2 projects in the works currently, that have attraced the kind of in-development attention that I think many would embrace fully.

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    Gael Garcia Bernal In, Hilary Swank Out For 'The Dallas Buyer's Club' Starring Matthew McConaughey

    To get interesting stories made in today's climate, yes you need financing and all the necessary little wheels in motion, but sometimes you just need someone to take an interest and push things forward. And that's just what Matthew McConaughey has done with "The Dallas Buyer's Club....

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    Directorial Debut of Kristen Stewart's Mother Set For Release This Year

    Breaking Glass Pictures has acquired U.S. domestic theatrical and ancillary rights to "K-11," the directorial debut of veteran script supervisor (and mother to Kristen Stewart) Jules Stewart. The company plans to open it in North America later this year for awards season. The tense dr...

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