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    Strand Releasing Acquires Cannes Drama 'Post Tenebras Lux' From Carlos Reygadas

    Strand Releasing has acquired all U.S. rights to Carlos Reygadas’ “Post Tenebras Lux,” which most recently screened at AFI Fest. The specialty distributor plans a May release at Film Forum in New York.

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    'Westerly' Documentary to Tell Story of Surf Icon Peter Drouyn's Journey into Becoming a Woman [Kickstarter Video]

    "Westerly," a doc about transgender surfer Peter Drouyn's controversial journey toward becoming a woman, is in the works with producers Beau Willimon and Jordan Tappis. Alan White and Jamie Brisick will direct the film, with musicians Bonnie "Prince" Billy and Matt Sweeney also on board.

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    Predictions: Black Films That Might Make Their Debuts At The 2013 Sundance Film Festival - Part 1

    Predictions: Black Films That Might Make Their Debuts At The 2013 Sundance Film Festival - Part 1

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    Sundance Channel Expands to Turkey and Poland

    As of Monday, the Sundance Channel now has reach in both Turkey and Poland. The expansion is part of a year-long push by the Sundance Channel to bring its independent-film and original content to Europe and Asia.

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    'Hitchcock' Star Jessica Biel Talks Playing Vera Miles & Upcoming Projects 'Truth About Fishes' & 'Deep Blue Sea'

    As Vera Miles in "Hitchcock," Jessica Biel doesn't get to demonstrate a lot of range -- this isn't the Hitchcock film that dwells on how the famed director tormented his actresses, particularly in Miles' case, how he worked her to exhaustion. (For that, go no further than "The Girl" on HBO, which cl...

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    In Honor of 'Lawrence of Arabia' 50th Anniversary, BFI Lists '10 Desert Films to Try' (TRAILERS)

    With David Lean's epic masterpiece "Lawrence of Arabia" celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, the BFI has compiled an unranked list of "10 Desert Films to Try." The finely curated list includes classics like Sergio Leone's "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly,"...

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    Watch: Things Get Freaky For Keri Russell's Family In Trailer For 'Dark Skies'

    From the team behind "Paranormal Activity," "Insidious" and "Sinister".......zzzz.........we know right? But we have admit, as much as this trailer is lots of LOUD NOISES, it did still manage to efficiently creep us out enough to get interested.

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    DreamWorks' Stock Dips Almost 5% After Soft Holiday Opening for 'Rise of the Guardians'

    Following the disappointing opening of DreamWorks Animation's "Rise of the Guardians" over the Thanksgiving weekend, the stock of the company has reportedly dropped almost 5%."Guardians"' $32.6 million is DreamWorks' lowest opening box office haul since 2006's "Flushed Away." That said, animated fam...

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    Watch: English-Subtitled Trailer For Susanne Bier's 'Love Is All You Need' Starring Pierce Brosnan

    Sun, laughter, love and family foibles all in a gorgeous Euro location....nope, it's not the next Woody Allen outing, instead it's the latest from "In A Better World" and "Open Hearts" director Susanne Bier, "Love Is All You Need." A departure from her more serious-minded dramas, this confection sta...

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    40 Years of HBO Programming -- Do You Remember '1st and Ten'? 'Dream On'? 'Arliss'?

    Check out this Hollywood Reporter photo gallery celebrating 40 years of HBO programming. Everything from the long-running ("Curb Your Enthusiasm") and the zeitgeist-setting ("Sex and the City") to the less-than-earth-shattering ("Bored to Death") and recently-acclaimed ("Girls") is in there.

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