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    Best Of 2013: The Breakout Directors Of The Year

    Every year, film buffs get themselves in a lather over the latest from their favorite experienced directors. The calendar is marked for the next Spielberg, I’ll be there opening day for Scorsese’s latest, I am all about Spike Lee, etc. But the real pleasure in being a film fan is stumbling upon the ...

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    Review: Shaka King's 'Newlyweeds' Is A labor of Love Definitely Worth Seeing (Now In Theaters)

    Newlyweeds, the debut feature of writer-director Shaka King, is many things. It is an intriguing new take on the stoner comedy, the romantic comedy, and one might even say the “black comedy.”

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    One More Day Until The Theatrical Premiere Of Shaka King's 'Newlyweeds.' Got Tickets?

    Shaka King's crowd-pleasing Sundance 2013 stoner dramedy, Newlyweeds, will be released theatrically by Phase 4 Films, with a September 18, 2013 (yes, tomorrow, Wednesday) opening date set, at Film Forum theaters here in New York City, for a 2-week run to start.

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    Review: Shaka King's Stoner Dramedy 'Newlyweeds' Is A labor of Love Definitely Worth Seeing

    Newlyweeds, the debut feature of writer-director Shaka King, is many things. It is an intriguing new take on the stoner comedy, the romantic comedy, and one might even say the “black comedy.”

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    Shaka King's Sundance Stoner Dramedy 'Newlyweeds' Gets 2-Week Theatrical At Film Forum NYC

    Shaka King's crowd-pleasing Sundance 2013 stoner dramedy, Newlyweeds, will be released theatrically by Phase 4 Films, with a September 18, 2013, opening date set, at Film Forum theaters here in New York City.

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    Sundance 'Next Weekend' Series Interview: Writer/Director Shaka King On 'Newlyweeds'

    On Sunday, I had the opportunity to see filmmaker Shaka King’s debut film, “Newlyweeds,” at the Sundance NEXT WEEKEND festival.

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    First Trailer For Shaka King's Sundance Stoner Dramedy 'Newlyweeds'

    A double dose of Sundance films trailer debuts today; first Andrew Dosunmu's Mother Of George. And now...

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    Watch: Sundance Stoner Dramedy 'Newlyweeds' Shows Highs and Lows of Love in New Trailer

    Phase 4 Films has just released the first trailer for Sundance entry, "Newlyweeds," director Shaka King's feature debut. Part romantic comedy, part stoner comedy, and all heart, the film premiered in Park City before hitting the BAMcinemaFest in Brooklyn this June. Amari Cheatom ("Django Unchained")...

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    'Newlyweed' Director Shaka King's Next - 'Liquid Courage' - Is An SFFS/Hearst Grant Finalist

    Earlier this week the San Francisco Film Society announced the eight finalists for the 5th annual SFFS / Hearst Screenwriting Grant - a $15,000 award for a screenwriter who has been practicing for at least 5 years, and who has previously written a minimum of one feature screenplay.

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    Watch New Footage From Shaka King's Stoner Dramedy 'Newlyweeds'

    It's not much (about 25 seconds), but I just happened to catch the below MSNBC interview with director Shaka King, speaking with Chris Matthews about an unfair judicial system that has put large numbers of black men behind bars on minor drug offenses.

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