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    Is "The Ambassador" Exploitation or Expose?

    Mads Brugger's "The Ambassador" was one of the most talked about films at the Sundance Film Festival, generating buzz that's rare for a film in the festival's far-flung world documentary cinema competition. In my latest Docutopia column, I finally caught up with the film, up...

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    Watch Trailer, Clip For 'The Sapphires' - Australia’s Answer To The Supremes (Repost)

    This film is being written about heavily today.

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    5th 'House Party' Movie In The Works, Minus Hudlin Brothers, Kid N' Play

    Don't get too worked up (or excited) however, because it looks like it'll be a direct-to-video project.

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    Jamie Foxx Shows Off His Six-Shooter In New Wintry 'Django Unchained' Image

    It's Jamie Foxx in an olive-drab coat and cowboy hat.  It's an old-school six-shooter and it's the winter time. it can't be anything other than a new image from Quentin Tarantino's upcoming slave/vengeance epic "Django Unchained."

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    New Photos: Kristen Wiig In 'Imogene,' Elle Fanning In 'Ginger & Rosa,' 'At Any Price' & More

    Maybe we should call it Annette Bening day. The actress features in two new photos from two films arriving on the film festival circuit. First up is "Imogene," which is a starring vehicle for Kristen Wiig, developed by the 'SNL' comedienne before she took off in "Bridesmaids." Directed by Robert Pul...

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    'The Central Park Five,' 'Paradise: Love,' 'The Sapphires' Making USA Premieres At Telluride 2012

    A few noteworthy films we've previously covered will be making their USA premieres, including Ken Burns' The Central Park Five, Ulrich Seidl's Paradise: Love, and Wayne Blair's The Sapphires.

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    Watch: Jennifer Lawrence Does The Dishes In Clip From 'House At The End Of The Street' Plus New Pics From The Film

    Everything got so serious in the past couple of weeks as the awards season rolled in, didn't it? All these movies with Ideas and Themes and Concepts, all vowing to give your brain a workout on their way to various awards season honors. But if you're looking to completely switch off, grab som...

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    Ugandan Donald Mugisha's 'Bicycle Thieves'-Inspired 'Boda Boda Thieves' Gets Another Boost

    Congrats to Ugandan Donald Mugisha whose feature film project, The Boda Boda Thieves, continues to attract the right kind of international attention.

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    Guy Pearce Says His 'Iron Man 3' Role Is "Cameo Stuff"

    Guy Pearce is a man of many faces. This year alone he went from being a space jock hero in "Lockout," to a sneering effeminate baddie in "Lawless" in two wholly different performances. That the actor is talented and versatile, you already know, and his choices tend to be both int...

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    "No F*ckin Cops!": It's The Red Band Trailer For 'Seven Psychopaths'

    As you likely already know, Martin McDonagh's "Seven Psychopaths" is one of our most highly anticipated movies of the fall. For one, its cast, which includes Colin Farrell, Woody Harrelson, Christopher Walken and Sam Rockwell to name just a few, rules. Secondly, it's directed and written by McDonagh...

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