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    TLA Releasing Picks Up Rights to Dance Drama, 'Five Dances'

    TLA Releasing has acquired the US, UK, and French speaking European rights to Alan Brown's contemporary dance drama "Five Dances". The film will see a theatrical release this spring and will be followed by a DVD and VOD release. Derek Curl, TLA Releasing President, said, "Al...

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    Exclusive: Poster For 'What Maisie Knew' Starring Julianne Moore & Alexander Skarsgard

    With source material from legendary author Henry James, and a cast that includes Julianne Moore, Alexander Skarsgard and Steve Coogan, there are a lot of things to look forward to in the forthcoming "What Maisie Knew." After doing a brief festival run last year that included stops in ...

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    LatinoBuzz: CineFestival Adds Latino Screenwriter's Lab, and Narco Cultura to its Upcoming 2013 Edition

    The 35th CineFestival, which takes place in San Antonio Feb. 23 - Mar 2, has unveiled the launch of The Latino Screenwriters Project, a screenwriting conference in which Sundance Institute is lending critical consulting support.

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    Stanley Kubrick's Favorite Films Included 'The Jerk,' 'White Men Can't Jump' & 'Modern Romance'

    Anyone who is fan of Stanley Kubrick is aware of the fact that he was a very private man. He rarely did interviews, and his process is as discussed as it remained elusive. He was painstakingly meticulous, a perfectionist, and many would assume that Mr. Kubrick was a serious man both on and off the s...

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    Watch: International Trailer For 'The Master' With More Deleted Footage

    Just when you thought you saw everything there was to see regarding “The Master,” here comes a new minute-long trailer that will leave fans of the movie even more befuddled. As you likely remember, director Paul Thomas Anderson posted a number of different teaser clips from the film in t...

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    Watch: Trailer For Thriller 'The Numbers Station' Starring John Cusack & Malin Akerman

    One actor who made our feature Fire Your Agent: 10 Actors Who Need A Change Of Career Direction was John Cusack, and his upcoming "The Numbers Station" pretty much illustrates why he belongs on that list. Yet another generic thriller (once slated to star Ethan Hawke instead), this is the l...

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    Time To Learn The Truth: New, Improved Trailer For Tom Cruise Vehicle 'Oblivion' Arrives

    Just when it looked like Tom Cruise's comeback was cemented thanks to "Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol," the biggest hit of his career, the actor hit another dip, with neither "Rock Of Ages" or "Jack Reacher" setting the world on fire, and the latter looks increasingly unlikely to be the franchis...

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    Captivating New Pics From 'Waltz With Bashir' Director Ari Folman's Live Action/Animated 'The Congress' With Robin Wright

    A movie that has literally been years in the making, showing of some early footage way back in 2010, "Waltz With Bashir" director Ari Folman's followup "The Congress" has been coming along at a steady, if unhurried pace. While we've had glimpses here and there, a batch of...

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    Feature Documentary Seeks To Examine Dutch Zwarte Piet *Blackface* Tradition (Fundraising)

    Art Curator Shantrelle P. Lewis,  is developing a film examining the questionable and contentious Christmastime tradition in the Netherlands known as Zwarte Piet, or Black Pete.

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    Fox 2000 Picks Up John Grisham's 'The Racketeer' As Vehicle For 'Safe House' Director Daniel Espinosa

    It's coming on nine years since the last movie based on a work by John Grisham hit the screen ("Christmas With The Kranks"), and ten years if you stick strictly to his bread-and-butter legal thrillers ("Runaway Jury"). But Grisham is still a big name and a bestselling author,...

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