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    John Sayles' 'Go For Sisters' (LisaGay Hamilton, Yolonda Ross) Comes to LA This Weekend. See It!

    After opening in New York theaters on November 8, John Sayles' fiercely independent drama/thriller, Go For Sisters, moves on to Los Angeles theaters this Friday, November 15, and additional expansion afterward, with a DVD/digital release in 2014.

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    Indie Icon John Sayles Insists on His Right to Make a Black Female Buddy Picture If He Wants To ('Go for Sisters' TRAILER)

    Mexican border noir "Go For Sisters," the latest emphatically idiosyncratic self-financed original from indie icon John Sayles, is finally hitting theaters in New York and Los Angeles this month, followed by a slow rollout through the rest of the country. (DVDs are available for pre-order on the VHX...

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    Exclusive: Fontayne Needs Information In Clip From John Sayles' Latest 'Go For Sisters'

    John Sayles has pretty much done it all. A pioneer in independent cinema, the writer/director has been cutting his own path through the American movie landscape, with film after film featuring rich characters, unique stories and delivering the kind layered drama and comedies that especially these da...

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    LatinoBuzz: Border-Set Thriller 'Go For Sisters' in Theaters Friday, Stars Edward James Olmos, Directed by John Sayles

    'Go For Sisters' starring Edward James Olmos is in theaters on Friday. Check out the trailer.

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    5 Films About Real-Life Sporting Controversies

    It will surprise exactly no one to learn that few of us here at the Playlist ever sat at the jocks’ table in high school and only a very few of really count ourselves as major sports fans. However there are aspects of modern sporting culture that, whether or not we find ourselves transfixed by the s...

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    John Sayles Self-Financed 'Go For Sisters,' Paints Gloomy Portrait Of Indie Filmmaking, More...

    John Sayles Self-Financed 'Go For Sisters,' Paints Gloomy Portrait Of Indie Filmmaking, More...

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    Watch: New Trailer for John Sayles' 'Go For Sisters'

    Independent filmmaker John Sayles returns to crime thriller territory with his upcoming film "Go For Sisters." Check out the new trailer.

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    Morelia Film Festival: Too Many Mexican Movies Day, plus John Sayles' 'Go For Sisters'

    "Go For Sisters," the new movie from John Sayles, boasts a cast that includes Edward James Olmos, who's here in Morelia and popular with the crowd, Lisa Gay Hamilton, Yolonda Ross, Harold Perrineau, Isaiah Washington, and Hector Elizondo. Hamilton is a parole officer who gets her old friend and new ...

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    Tonight: BlackStar Film Fest & King Britt Present 'Brother From Another Planet (re-contextualized)'

    An intriguing-sounding event taking place tonight, at the 2nd annual BlackStar Film Festival in Philly, which is currently underway.

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    SXSW Review: 'GO FOR SISTERS' Illustrates the Best and Worst of John Sayles

    For decades now, John Sayles has written and directed movies rooted first and foremost in sharply conceived characters. More recently, even as his scrappy, self-financed productions have varied in quality, this central aspect has remained in place. "GO FOR SISTERS," like the filmmaker's previous fea...

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