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    Want to Help Women and Hollywood Grow? Outreach and Editing Gigs Available

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    First Images & Official Synopsis For Claire Denis' 'The Bastards'

    Claire Denis’ last two features, “35 Shots of Rum” and “White Material” were both critically adored and ended up on a lot of Best Of lists when they debuted between 2008 and 2009. Her back catalogue is equally impressive, so it’s no wonder then that her follow-up that we’ve been waiting four years f...

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    Leslie Mann & 'Game Of Thrones' Star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Find ‘The Other Woman’ With Cameron Diaz

    It looks like not only are things coming together for Cameron Diaz to appear as the title character in the upcoming comedy “The Other Woman,” now fellow lady comedian Leslie Mann and up-to-now serious Danish actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, best known for his role in “Game Of Thrones,” are in talks to s...

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    First Run Releasing Inspiring Doc 'You Don’t Need Feet to Dance' In Theaters March 22

    From director Alan Govenar comes a feature documentary titled You Don’t Need Feet to Dance, which tells the life story of Sidiki Conde, born in 1961, in Guinea, West Africa, who, at age fourteen, was left almost completely paralyzed by polio.

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    Liberia-Set Doc 'Small Small Thing' To World Premiere At Palm Beach & Dallas Fests

    3+ years in the making, the upcoming feature documentary, Small Small Thing - directed by Jessica Vale, produced by Nika Offenbac and Jessica Vale, and co-produced by Barnie Jones - is the story of a mother and daughter in Liberia, who find themselves caught between tradition and modernity, whe...

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    Duh: Milla Jovovich & Paul W.S. Anderson Back For 'Resident Evil 6'

    Well, it was hinted at a few weeks back, but it’s official now: Paul W.S. Anderson will be directing “Resident Evil 6.” In fact, when it comes to the next "Resident Evil" movie, everything appears to be business as usual. Anderson will be back, his wife Milla Jovovich will be back, it will be releas...

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    SXSW Announces Film Festival Winners

    I've been here on the ground at SXSW for Women and Hollywood and have had the opportunity to see some incredible films, many of which I'm so pleased to say won awards. Destin Daniel Cretton's incredible Short Term 12, with a standout performance by Brie Larson (watch for our interview with her), won...

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    TV One Presents World TV Premiere Of Russ Parr's 'The Undershepherd'

    I announced this yesterday, but minus some key details, which you'll find below in the press release I received this morning... Russ Parr's controversial drama The Undershepherd, will make its broadcast TV premiere on TV One on Saturday, March 30th at 8pm/ET and will screen again on Sunday, March 31...

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    Watch: Michel Gondry Takes You On A Tour Of His Favorite Paris Video Store

    A few days ago, we showed you a new trailer for Michel Gondry’s latest project, “Mood Indigo”, which delighted us no end. But now here’s something equally short and sweet for fans -- a guided tour of Gondry’s neighborhood VHS rental shop in Paris featuring the filmmaker himself. And it's no surprise...

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    Christopher Doyle Calls 'Life Of Pi' A "Fucking Insult To Cinematography," Hates On 'Lincoln' & More

    While high-profile Oscar contenders like Best Picture winner "Argo," "Zero Dark Thirty" and "Django Unchained" all had various amounts of haterade poured all over them, one movie that was pretty much untouchable all season long was "Life Of Pi." Outside of the whole mini VFX controversy thing -- whi...

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