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    Checking In On Barry Jenkins... 4 Feature Projects In Development, $50,000 Grant & Staying Busy

    Long time readers of this site, since its creation in 2009, will know that Barry Jenkins is one of our favorite filmmakers; we've plugged and pushed just about every project with his name attached - those we've been aware of anyway - and continuously, anxiously wait for the next, whethe...

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    African American 2012 Pulitzer Prize-Winning Film Critic Wesley Morris Leaving Boston Globe

    New year... new beginnings for 2012 Pulitzer Prize winner, Wesley Morris - film critic for The Boston Globe, where he worked for a decade.

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    Voting Now Open for Cinema Eye Honors in Nonfiction Filmmaking

    Audience award voting is now open for the 2013 Cinema Eye Honors, recognizing exemplary craft and innovation in nonfiction film.

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    A Women and Hollywood Announcement

    If you read this site regularly, I'm sure you have noticed the growing contribution of intern Kerensa Cadenas.  She's been working with the site since this past summer and has been doing such a great job that now she has been officially made a staff writer. 

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    Watch Engrossing, Informative Feature Doc 'Poor Us: An Animated History'

    I dug this... the first thing I watched this morning.

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    Erasing Gilda Radner's Legacy

    I read with extreme shock that several of the Gilda's Clubs around the country were going to change their names Cancer Support Community because many people, especially the young ones, who come in for help don't know who Gilda Radner was.  What a lame reason.

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    Watch: Unexpectedly Beautiful Trailer For Michael Polish's Sundance Entry 'Big Sur'

    The Sundance Film Festival is just around the corner, and for fans of the Beats who didn't get their fill with Walter Salles' "On The Road," two more movies are being unveiled at Park City that will be trying to capture their spirt. A bit more high profile is "Kill Your Darlin...

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    Jennifer Lawrence Calls Acting Stupid, Stares at Meryl Streep, Remains Insanely Likeable

    Another day, another reason to want to be best friends with Jennifer Lawrence. With Oscar nominations looming on January 10th, Lawrence, who is a nomination shoo-in for her role in Silver Linings Playbook, recently deemed acting “stupid” in her upcoming Vanity Fair cover story.

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    Oscar Show Will Feature Tribute To James Bond Franchise

    Right next to discussing the performance of the Oscar host (this year it's "Family Guy" creator and "Ted" director Seth MacFarlane), the post-show conversation usually oscillates around the ratings. While the Oscars are second most-watched annual TV event behid the Super Bowl...

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    More Concept Art From Pixar's Canceled 'Newt' Emerges

    Of course it’s a crying shame whenever a Pixar project gets put into turnaround because of the obvious potential that any Pixar project inherently has. What’s even more disappointing about the cancellation of “Newt” (which was originally scheduled to hit cinemas in 2012) was ...

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