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    Cross-Continental Drama/Thriller 'Doctor Bello' Will Open 20th African Diaspora International Film Festival!

    The fall film festival beat marches on, as the African Diaspora International Film Festival (ADIFF), here in New York City, kicks off  its 2012 edition (also its 20th anniversary, a milestone year) on November 23rd, running through December 11th.

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    22nd NAACP Theatre Awards Announces Complete List Of Honorees, Presenters, Performances

    James Pickens Jr., Nicole Ari Parker, Stephen Byrd, Alia Jones, and Willis Edwards will all be honored at the 22nd NAACP Theatre Awards, taking place on November 5th.

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    Moviepilot.com Hires Advertising Execs for New L.A. Office

    Movie-discovery platform Moviepilot.com has made two key hires in its new L.A. office. Film marketing veteran Amy Elkins has been hired as executive VP strategy and advertising, and Amy Smith has taken the role of U.S. director of advertising, reporting to Elkins.

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    In Theaters: 'Taken 2' & 'The Paperboy' Are 'Butter' In The Mouths Of 'Frankenweenie' Who Haunts 'Wuthering Heights'

    Halloween is still a few weeks away, but, like the drug stores that erect candy aisles in August, the studios are rolling out the thematic material a little early. A reinterpretation of "Frankenstein" for kids (it's never too early to start them on the classics) is complemented by the ...

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    Latino Spin-Off Of 'Paranormal Activity' Will Reportedly Be Teased After Credits Of 'Paranormal Activity 4'

    What's better than four "Paranormal Activity" movies? How about a Latino-flavored spin-off? (But that isn't in Spanish). Well, your wish is coming true as those reports this spring that a demographically targeted version of the hit horror series was happening were correct. And the movie will be teas...

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    Best of the Week: Oscar Talk, 'Wuthering Heights' & 'Frankenweenie,' Interviews, Reviews & More

    This week on TOH!, we discuss the Best Actress race and indie film chances on Oscar Talk, we interviewed director Andrea Arnold on "Wuthering Heights" (releasing this weekend, along with a slew of other films which we review in the Weekend Preview), considered the possibility of Tim Burton's first O...

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    Performances By Haysbert, Whitfield, Guenveur Smith, Others Headline WordTheatre’s Storytales

    WordTheatre’s Storytales features performances of stories from acclaimed author John Edgar Wideman’s anthology Briefs, at the Ford Amphitheatre in Hollywood, CA, tomorrow, Saturday, October 6, at 8pm.

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    Plans Already In The Works For 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' Extended Version On Home Video Because, Duh

    If you own any of the “Lord of the Rings” films on DVD or Blu-ray then you’re probably just as likely to own the extended editions as you are the standard editions. In fact, there are probably few extended versions of films that have sold/been accepted quite as well as Jackson’s extended trilogy. “T...

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    Studio Ghibli's 'From Up on Poppy Hill' Gets English-Language Voice Cast, Includes Curtis, Howard, Hendricks

    Studio Ghibli's latest film "From Up on Poppy Hill" looks to be a subtle, melancholic coming-of-age tale reminiscent of some of Ghibli's finest dramas, such as "Whisper of the Heart" and "Only Yesterday." The sprawling American voice cast for the film has just been announced, and includes...

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    Nate Parker Will Help Liam Neeson Take Down A Terrorist On A Plane In Thriller 'Non-Stop'

    Nate Parker continues to stack up the projects; good for him! He's an actor I think many would love to see a lot more of on screen, especially in more prominent roles.

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