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    Ken Loach's Long-Banned Children's Documentary Will Finally Screen in September

    Ken Loach is celebrating his 75th birthday party in style, with a comprehensive retrospective of his work hosted by the British Film Institute that includes the long-banned documentary he produced for Save the Children charity in 1969.

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    Daily indieWIRE Clicks: "Another Earth" Soars, Ryan Gosling Makes Al Roker Fly, Trailers & More!

    Today on indieWIRE, "Another Earth" came out on top, Jim Sheridan tried to spook us out, Brit Marling emerged as this year's major breakout and much more.

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    Jim Sheridan Aims to Spook You in Trailer for "Dream House"

    Acclaimed Irish director Jim Sheridan ("In America," "My Left Foot") takes his first swing at the mainstream thriller genre with "Dream House," and by the looks of the just-released trailer things look awfully tired.

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    Cinematical's Erik Davis, Scott Weinberg and Peter Hall Join Movies.com

    Former Cinematical editor in chief Erik Davis has been named as managing editor of Movies.com and as contributing editor of sister site Fandango. Both sites are owned by Comcast.

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    indieWIRE's Online Video of the Day: Ryan Gosling Makes Al Roker Fly

    We love you, Ann Curry, but girl, what were you thinking? You call him a "gorgeous hunk of man candy" -- and then say no to an opportunity like this?

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    Trailer for 9/11 Documentary "Rebirth" Drops

    Oscilloscope Laboratories just released the trailer for the well-received Sundance 9/11 documentary "Rebirth," which they picked up out of the festival. The movie, about the emotional healing of five survivors of victims who died in the attack, also features footage from 14 time lapse cameras at Gro...

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    SXSW Hit "Natural Selection" Gets Picked Up By The Cinema Guild

    Robbie Pickering's "Natural Selection," which dominated the awards at this year's SXSW Film Festival, has been picked up by The Cinema Guild. The dark comedy chronicles the story of a woman who tries to find her husband's eldest sperm donor baby after she discovers that he has been creating childre...

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    Open Road Nabs "The Grey"

    U.S. rights to director Joe Carnahan's "The Grey" have been picked up by Open Road Films, Tom Ortenberg, CEO of Open Road Films and Mickey Liddell, CEO of Liddell Entertainment said Tuesday.

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    Daily indieWIRE Clicks: Captain Planet, Elle Fanning, "Sleepover" Fun & More!

    Today on indieWIRE, "The Myth of the American Sleepover" got graded, we got excited about Captain Planet, Elle Fanning went goth for "Twixt" and much more.

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    Film Forum's Fall/Winter Lineup is Hot Off the Press

    Though it may still seem far off with the 90-degree weather outside, fall and winter are on the horizon. When the temperatures (finally) cool off, things will be heating up over at Film Forum in New York with their latest slate of releases.

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