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    Cinedigm Takes 'Narco Cultura,' Sundance Documentary on Drug Cartels

    Cinedigm has picked up North America distribution rights to Israeli photographer and filmmaker Shaul Schwarz' documentary "Narco Cultura," which premiered last week at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. The film looks at the influence of drug cartels on pop culture on both sides of the Mexican-America...

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    Cinedigm Takes Sundance Drug War Doc 'Narco Cultura'

    Cinedigm has acquired North American rights to Sundance documentary "Narco Cultura," directed by Israeli photographer and filmmaker Shaul Schwarz. The company plans a theatrical release and awards-qualifying run for 2013.

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    Watch: 2 Clips From 'I Give It A Year' Highlight Unsuccessful Attempts At Romance

    There is a Richard Curtis-shaped hole in British comedy. After "Love, Actually" – and to a lesser extent, 'Bridget Jones 2,' and the best-forgotten "The Boat That Rocked" – the genre has been somewhat adrift, and as we wait to see if "About Time" wil...

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    Exclusive: Ving Rhames Orders A Hit In Clip Premiere From 'Mafia' (Pam Grier Co-Stars)

    Here's an exclusive clip from the Ving Rhames crime drama starrer, titled Mafia, which Ketchup Entertainment will release on VOD and DVD on February 5th.

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    Exclusive: U.S. Poster For Cristian Mungiu's Cannes Award Winning Drama 'Beyond The Hills'

    In one fell swoop, Cristian Mungiu seemingly put Romanian cinema on the map in 2007 with his excellent abortion drama "4 Months, 3 Weeks & 2 Days." With an unfussy style that favors long takes over continual edits, Mungiu's cinematic approach allows not only for heightened drama as...

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    Aaron McGruder Is Making A Live-Action Uncle Ruckus Movie. Launches Kickstarter Campaign...

    So, Aaron McGruder has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise $200,000 that will go towards the budget for a live action R-rated Uncle Ruckus comedy feature. Not a Boondocks movie; just an Uncle Ruckus movie. 

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    Watch: Bruce Willis & Jai Courtney Shoot The Glass In Clip From 'A Good Day To Die Hard'

    Well, we are just a few weeks away from the next installment of the "Die Hard" franchise, and for those who can’t wait to see John McClane back in action again, perhaps this clip will be enough to hold you over for now. It’s already been established that the film’s taking...

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    A Dapper Forest Whitaker And Angela Bassett In On Set 'Black Nativity' Photos

    A Dapper Forest Whitaker And Angela Bassett In On Set 'Black Nativity' Photos

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    Watch: 'Side Effects' Goes Over The Counter With 3 More Clips

    Steven Soderbergh’s penultimate film “Side Effects” is, for many people, the first film of 2013 that’s worth seeing. Starring Jude Law, Rooney Mara, Channing Tatum and Catherine Zeta-Jones, the psychological thriller already unveiled a couple of clips, and now three more have...

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    Rise of the Underdog: Kimberly Peirce and the Connection Between Carrie and Boys Don't Cry

    This month’s issue of The Advocate features an incredible interview, with Kimberly Peirce, talking at length about her upcoming remake of Carrie and its surprising linkage to Peirce’s first movie Boys Don’t Cry.

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