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    Oscilloscope Is Hot For Sexy Student-Teacher Drama 'A Teacher'

    Fresh off its Sundance premiere last month, Hannah Fidell's feature debut "A Teacher" has been picked up by Oscilloscope Laboratories for North American distribution. The film next plays at the upcoming SXSW Film Festival (March 8-16) in the Festival Favorites category. O-scope plans a theatrical, v...

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    Survive Hard: All The Times John McClane Should Have Died In The ‘Die Hard’ Series

    In 1988, when the first "Die Hard" was released, Bruce Willis' everyday action hero John McClane was something of an anomaly. This was the era of the invincible action superstar – people like Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Jean-Claude Van Damme, who would waltz through action movies ...

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    Don Cheadle Is All Suited Up And Read For Action In Character Poster For 'Iron Man 3'

    Posted to Twitter a little bit ago from the Marvel account... hopefully he gets to do a lot more than he did in the last one.

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    Bill Clinton to Present Film Society's Chaplin Award to Barbra Streisand

    Earlier today the Film Society of Lincoln Center announced that former President Bill Clinton will present the 40th Annual Chaplin Award to Academy Award-winner Barbra Streisand. The Gala will feature a series of film and interview clips from notable guests there to honor Streisand's legend...

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    William Shatner Calls J.J. Abrams "A Pig" For Taking On Both 'Star Trek' & 'Star Wars' Franchises

    Walt Disney's decision to hire J.J. Abrams to direct "Star Wars: Episode 7" still has people talking, and rightly so. With one foot already in the rebooted "Star Trek" franchise, many wonder if he can make a distinctive enough "Star Wars" movie so that it isn't one mass Abrams-y sci-fi blob. Still o...

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    Rwandan Drama 'Imbabazi: The Pardon' Making A Splash On International Film Fest Circuit

    Described by Göteborg (Sweden) festival organizers as a deftly directed debut from Rwandan filmmaker Joel Karekezi, Imbabazi: The Pardon follows two good friends in the same village, who find themselves on opposing sides in the Rwandan genocide in 1994. Manzi is elevated to the position of loca...

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    Don Cheadle Is Iron Patriot In New Poster For 'Iron Man 3'

    America! With Tony Stark looking more emo than ever in everything we've seen so far in "Iron Man 3," we could use a bit of fist-pumping heroics, and it looks like Don Cheadle is here to provide it.

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    Reelblack Developing Doc On Contemporary African American Cinema (Fundraising)

    Philly-based film production/promotions company Reelblack, has launched a fundraising campaign via Indiegogo to produce Black Film Now, the first feature-length documentary on African-American cinema in a decade.  

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    Watch: Battles Rage In 2 Clips From 'Jack The Giant Slayer'

    March will be be a bit of a testing ground for fairy tale movies, as two major tentpole movies re-imagining familiar tales will hit the multiplex in all their CGI glory. And in 3D too, no less. Having lived through two tepid Snow White movies last year, will audiences be more wary of "Oz The Great A...

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    Solve For X's New Website To Feature 'Cyborg Foundation' and Other GE Focus Forward Films

    GE Focus Forward's "Short Films, Big Ideas," a series of 30 three-minute nonfiction films about the innovative efforts towards world change, will be featured as a part of the collaborative forum Solve for X's newly relaunched website. The initiative is also being supported by GE, strategic media com...

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