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    From Antonioni to Lynch, BAMcinematek Takes a Second Look at Films 'Booed at Cannes'

    Wednesday, the BAMcinematek in Brooklyn kicks off a new series of films "Booed at Cannes," from David Lynch and Martin Scorsese to Antonioni and Fellini.

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    Casting Watch: Andrew Garfield to Star in Martin Scorsese's Long-Awaited 'Silence'

    "Spider-Man" star and "Social Network" dreamboat Andrew Garfield has been cast in Martin Scorsese's highly anticipated, Japan-set "Silence."

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    Andrew Garfield & Ken Watanabe Join Martin Scorsese's Japanese-Langauge 'Silence'

    When it was announced last month that Martin Scorsese's long-developing dream project "Silence" was finally getting made, with a shoot next year in the works, we tempered our excitement. We had heard this before, more than once, and for a variety of reasons, the movie never happened. But today comes...

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    Filmmaker Top Ten Lists, from Fassbinder, Haneke and Almodovar to Scorsese, Tarantino and More

    Excerpted are lists from Rainer Maria Fassbinder and Michael Haneke, as well as Pedro Almodovar, whose list offers an interesting counterpart to Fassbinder's. Both he and Almodovar have sought to consider the queer experience via cinephilia, formal style and colorful, socially-conscious melodrama.

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    Tribeca: Robert De Niro, Martin Scorsese & Jerry Lewis Reflect On 'The King Of Comedy,' Improv, Deleted Scenes & More

    The Tribeca Film Festival closed last night with a digitally-restored screening of “The King Of Comedy.” Thirty years later, the film still reverberates as an acidic take on celebrity worship that has, oddly enough, become timeless, and the re-master is gorgeous. The film was greeted with rapturous ...

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    10 Essential Cinematic Antiheroes

    30 years since its release, the undersung "The King of Comedy" seems finally to be edging into the sun, to take its deserved place as not just one of the finest, smartest and most daring Martin Scorsese movies, but one of the greatest American movie satires, period. It's an excoriating, often excruc...

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    Martin Scorsese's 'Silence' Gets Funding, Will Shoot In July 2014

    Finally? Could it actually really be real this time? Martin Scorsese's long developing dream project "Silence" has taken forever to come to fruition, seemingly annually promised, with out much happening. Last spring the movie got backing from Cecchi Gori Pictures with promises it would be the first ...

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    Universal Looking At Other Directors For 'The Snowman' Due To Martin Scorsese's Busy Schedule

    So just how busy is Martin Scorsese at any given moment? Well, here's a taste: he's currently in post-production on his next feature, "The Wolf Of Wall Street," he's producing a documentary about the late Roger Ebert, working on a movie project about the New York Review Of Books, developing a TV ser...

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    Director Steven James Says In Production Doc On Roger Ebert Produced By Martin Scorsese Will Be Completed

    As the remembrances, anecdotes, fond memories continue to pour out for the late Roger Ebert, in a way, he's not really gone. His voluminous archives of reviews and blog posts will provide plenty of Ebert to explore for years to come, and in case you forgot, among the many projects the critic was inv...

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    Martin Scorsese Returning to 'Gangs of New York' with New TV Series

    Martin Scorsese is partnering with Miramax and GK Films to develop his 2002 gritty turn-of-the-century drama "Gangs of New York" into a TV series. The project would follow the same story arc as the film, but also include organized-gang plotlines beyond New York, set in Chicago and elsewhere.

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