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    'Amour' Wins Best Picture, Best Director & Best Actress From The National Society Of Film Critics

    The Oscar nominations are coming on Thursday morning, so that still leaves some time for critics groups to weigh in before the Academy Of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences makes their announcement, and pretty much determines the movies that will be focus of conversation until Febraury 26th. But one...

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    Lategan Media Group Aims To Make Canada 'Self-Sustaining Movie Market'

    Canada will be the next self-sustaining movie market, Lategan Media Group President Stephen Lategan has predicted, which would mean a proportionate share of North America’s $10.5 billion box office for domestic films.

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    Watch: First Footage From 'Only God Forgives' Arrives In New Teaser

    Knives, guns, fists, masks and more, all slick, stylized and looking pretty badass. It's "Only God Forgives" and the first bit of new footage looks like another unique piece of work from Nicolas Winding Refn.

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    Watch: Arnie Is Feeling Old In New Clip & Poster From 'The Last Stand'

    Yesterday, if you had your eye on the Twittersphere, you may have noticed a handful of peeps tweeting about hanging out with Arnold Schwarzenegger as he drove around in a tank crushing cars. Apparently, a handful of journos were invited around to watch the aging actor engage in this activity as part...

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    Steven Soderbergh Says 'Behind The Candelabra' Was Rejected By Hollywood Studios For Being "Too Gay"

    This holiday season we have movies about slavery, the hunt for Osama Bin Laden, the travails of a mid-life crisis, the crumbling of small-town life in America and more, so you might think that, despite Hollywood's turn toward the blockbuster, there's still hope that compelling stories can get out in...

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    Watch: Terry Gilliam's Award Winning 20 Minute Short Film 'The Wholly Family'

    The last we heard about Terry Gilliam's 20-minute short film "The Wholly Family" was well over a year ago, when it took home Best Short Film at the European Film Awards. Not bad at all for a movie that got its start as a project sponsored by the pasta company Garofalo as part of a...

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    Montenegro and Russia join EFP as New Member Countries

    EFP members decided to welcome the Ministry of Culture of Montenegro and the Russian Cinema Fund, supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, into the pan-European network.

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    EXCLUSIVE: Sundance Poster for James Franco/Travis Mathews Sex Project Keeps It Simple (Or Plays It Safe?)

    Indiewire has been tracking "Interior. Leather Bar.," the collaboration between art porn director Travis Mathews and James Franco, for several months now.  Today, the project released its festival poster, which may not be what you expect.

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    Tarantino Says He Didn't Cast Idris Elba In 'Django' Because He's British... And It's An American Story

    I know, we said no more Django Unchained posts, BUT, this isn't so much a Django Unchained item (no critique nor praise of the film here), as much as it is a nod to several conversations/debates that you folks have had in various comment sections of this blog, relating to the casting of bla...

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