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    Preview "The Black Moses" - Feature Doc On L.O. Pindling, 1st Black Prime Minister Of The Bahamas

    From filmmaker Travolta Cooper comes a documentary titled The Black Moses - no, not a film about Isaac Hayes, nor Harriet Tubman, nor Marcus Garvey, but on the life and times of L.O. Pindling (Sir Lynden Oscar Pindling), the first black Prime Minister of the Bahamas.

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    'Alice Creed' Director J. Blakeson To Helm Black List Script 'The Imitation Game' For Warner Bros.

    Well, here's a name we're glad to hear is back on the radar. J. Blakeson may not be instantly familiar, but he's the man who made some nice waves with his crackling debut feature, "The Disapperance of Alice Creed," a whipsmart and nervy little thriller that put him on the map (...

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    Elizabeth Olsen Looks To The Future, Talks 'Kill Your Darlings,' 'Thérèse Raquin' & 'Very Good Girls'

    After a breakout year in 2011 courtesy of "Martha Marcy May Marlene," up-and-coming actress Elizabeth Olsen is planning for 2012 to be a "year of firsts": "my first time portraying a real-life person," "my first period piece," and "for the first time in m...

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    'Shallow Grave,' 2 Spalding Gray Pics By Steven Soderbergh, 'The Gold Rush' & More To Go The Criterion Collection

    Well, time to break open those vacation savings for this summer, as The Criterion Collection have dropped a heckuva slate for June, so let's get to it.

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    It's the End of the Rope for 'Kony 2012' After Filmmaker Arrested for Alleged Public Masturbation

    As "Kony 2012" became one of the most rapidly spread viral videos in online video history, the group of filmmakers incorporated under the name Invisible Children, raised eyebrows and questions for many who saw the video.  The group of three San Diego filmmakers have made hundreds of f...

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    New Looks At Jim, Michelle, Stifler & The Rest Of The Gang In 'American Reunion'

    It has been nearly ten years since the entire "American Pie" gang have been on the big screen (fun/depressing fact: Eugene Levy has appeared in every movie of the franchise, including all of home video spinoffs). But all of that is about to change with "American Reunion," which b...

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    Weekly Indiewire Clicks: The Best News, Reviews, and Features

    This week on Indiewire we concluded our SXSW coverage and we've got handy round-ups of all our coverage and reviews from the festival for you to check out. Also this week: Kenneth Branagh chats about playing an acting legend in "My Week with Marilyn"; the battle over the "Bully&q...

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    In Theaters: Take '21 Jump Street' To Get To 'Casa De Mi Padre' To Find 'Jeff Who Lives At Home'

    Hello all, greetings from the humid climes of Austin, Texas! I am reporting your weekly in theaters to you while taking a break from watching movies about rape, that take place in the woods, or are about long forgotten musical icons. Pro-tip: next year, submit a film that's about a camping trip gone...

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    Andrew Garfield: 'Death of a Salesman' Review Roundup and What's at Stake for 'Spiderman' at WonderCon

    Andrew Garfield, who has shown what he can do in such films as "Never Let Me Go," "Boy A" and "The Social Network," will make his big-studio hero debut as Sony and Marvel's latest wall-climber in "The Amazing Spider-Man" on July 3.

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    First Look At Greta Gerwig & Joel Kinnaman In 'Lola Versus'

    Greta Gerwig and Joel Kinnaman -- two actors who have been working mostly in indie/foreign fare to date -- are making big strides toward more mainstream recognition. The former already did the WB comedy "Arthur" last year with Russell Brand, and later this year, she'll feature in Woody...

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