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    Brooklyn Gets A New Hybrid Movie Theater; Opens Tonight With Screening of 'Holy Motors'

    The video rental shop Videology reopens its doors tonight in Williamsburg -- only this time, the space will boast a new hybrid movie theater that can seat up to 45 people. And the revamped venue now comes loaded with a fully stocked bar. Perfect for viewing Leos Carax's crazy Cannes concoction.

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    Watch: International Trailer For 'Hitchcock' Scares Up New Footage

    Having premiered at the AFI Fest last week, the verdict is still out on whether or not Sacha Gervasi's "Hitchcock" will be a major player in the awards season race. But, with the first reviews mostly positive (though not overwhelming, and we were certainly not quite taken with its char...

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    A Three Hour 'Django Unchained' In The Works?

    It's been a while since we last had something about Django Unchained, so here's something to keep you up to date.

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    DOC NYC Opens Its Third Annual Festival

    As readers of this site will know the documentary world is full of women. The folks running DOC NYC sure know that as their program is full of women directed films. (Also check out the poster.)

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    First Image From Ben Wheatley's 'A Field In England' Arrives Plus New Trailer For 'Sightseers'

    Ben Wheatley is a busy guy. Even as we chatted with him at TIFF about "Sightseers," he was already in pre-production on his next movie, "A Field In England," which again finds him shifting gears in fascinating ways. A period movie that will be both in black and white and color, a...

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    New Images From Wong Kar-Wai's 'The Grandmasters'

    Three Wong Kar-Wai posts in one week? Given how little we hear from the director, that's practically a deluge. But with his long awaited "The Grandmasters" finally finished and coming to theaters (overseas anyway), there is some new material to dig into. We've already seen a new tr...

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    World Warm BodieZ: Is There Anything New Left To Say With The Zombie Movie?

    Ever since the undead first lurched around George A. Romero's "Night Of The Living Dead," audiences have been captivated by zombies. They've entered nearly every pop culture sphere, hunting for brains at the movies, on television, in books, graphic novels, comics and more, and in 2...

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    It's About Tim: Writer-Director-Actor Tim Robbins' 5 Most Distinctive Indie Roles

    This week, news broke that Tim Robbins would be returning to the director's chair for "Man Under," a dysfunctional family comedy that will mark his first theatrical feature as a director since "Cradle Will Rock" in 1999. Along with Michelle Pfeiffer and Chloe Moretz...

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    The UK's Guardian Asks Why Race Should Still Play A Part In Awards Recognition

    Going through my news feed this morning as usual, and came across THIS article in the UK news magazine The Guardian, titled Do black actors still need the Screen Nation awards?

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    'Lincoln' Scribe Tony Kushner Writing Something New For Steven Spielberg

    With “Lincoln” finally hitting theaters today in select theaters -- it opens wide next week -- and pundits predicting multiple nominations for the long-delayed project, Steven Spielberg has decided he wants to stay in the Tony Kushner business and is already working with the “Linco...

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