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    10 Films To Watch From the Los Angeles Film Festival

    With close to 200 films from around the world, including 20 world premieres, the first big U.S. festival of the summer offers a wide range of options. Here are a few that we're looking forward to checking out as we kick off our coverage of the festival.

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    Exclusive Trailer: Debauchery in the Woods in 'All Together Now,' Premiering at LA Film Festival

    Ahead of its premiere at the LA Film Festival next week, Indiewire has the exclysive trailer for "All Together Now." The film definitely seems to live up to its title, as Ron (Lou Taylor Pucci) decides to throw a party at a shed in the middle of the woods, inviting four bands and all of his friends,...

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    Watch: Exclusive Trailer for LA Film Festival Family Drama, 'The House That Jack Built'

    Shortly before its debut at the Los Angeles Film Festival next week, we've got the exclusive trailer for Henry Barrial's family drama "The House That Jack Built." The film is set to make its world premiere on Sunday, June 16th at the Regal Cinemas 10 in Los Angeles.

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    'Monsters University,' 'Man of Steel' Heading To Los Angeles Film Festival

    The Los Angeles Film Festival -- presented by Film Independent -- has announced a special pre-festival screening of new Superman film "Man of Steel," as well as a festival screening of Pixar's "Monster's University" and a live discussion with director Spike Jonze.

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    Los Angeles Film Festival Announces 2013 Lineup; To Close With 'The Way, Way Back'

    The Los Angeles Film Festival has revealed their 2013 lineup, including closing night film "The Way, Way Back," starring Steve Carell, Toni Collette, Maya Rudolph, Allison Janney and Sam Rockwell. The Sundance smash follows a teenage boy Duncan (Liam James) stuck on vacation with his mom Pam (Collet...

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    David O. Russell to Be 2013 Los Angeles Film Fest Guest Director

    Oscar-nominated filmmaker David O. Russell has been named the Guest Director of the 2013 Los Angeles Film Festival. He'll also be receiving the Spirit of Independence Award at the festival. Russell will attend the Filmmaker Retreat at the Skywalker Ranch and will talk about his work after a screen...

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    Pedro Almodovar's 'I'm So Excited' To Open Los Angeles Film Festival

    The Los Angeles Film Festival has announced the North American Premiere of Pedro Almodóvar’s "I’m So Excited!" will open the festival on Thursday, June 13th. The film’s release is set for the U.S. two weeks later by Sony Pictures Classics. “Film Independent and the Los Angeles Film Festival are t...

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    FUTURES: 'Dead Man's Burden' Star Barlow Jacobs Talks About His Role in 'The Master'

    Why He's On Our Radar: Barlow Jacobs first caught our attention when he appeared opposite Michael Shannon in Jeff Nichols' feature film debut "Shotgun Stories." While Shannon's profile has risen to huge heights since the 2007 drama, Jacobs has remained relatively below the radar, continuing to deliv...

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    Soderbergh's 'Magic Mike' Dangles Its Male Strippers With Skill, But To What End? Answer: Several.

    A masterful craftsman even when directing fluff, Steven Soderbergh remains one of the more fascinating American filmmakers working today. "Magic Mike," has much in common with previous Soderbergh efforts in that it glides along at a terrifically entertaining pace.

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    'Magic Mike' Reveals Himself and Critics Like What They See

    Steven Soderbergh's much anticipated new male stripper movie "Magic Mike" finally screened for critics last night as the closing night film of the Los Angeles Film Festival. So did the film impress like the bodies on display?

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