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    Cinedigm Takes Jared Moshé's Western 'Dead Man's Burden' for 2013 Release

    Cinedigm has acquired North American rights to release "Dead Man's Burden," from director Jared Moshé. The 1870-set Western premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival and is playing this weekend at the Hamptons Int'l Film Festival. Cinedigm plans a 2013 release with a VOD, digital and DVD roll out 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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    L.A. Film Fest Review: 'The Iran Job' Is A Warm, Winning Tale of One Basketball Player's Experience In Iran

    During the Q&A after the screening of “The Iran Job,” director Till Schauder described how the idea for a documentary about “journeymen” professional basketball players in Iran came to him before he had a subject that could carry his documentary. His wife and producer Sarah Nodjoumi is Iranian-Ameri...

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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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    Early Review Roundup: 'Magic Mike' Has Bare Bods, Backstage Fluffing and Right Amount of Heart

    Early reviews are coming in for Steven Soderbergh's male stripper confection "Magic Mike," last night's closing gala at LA Film Fest. The ever adventurous Soderbergh seems to be in good form...

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    'All is Well' and 'Drought' Take Top Prizes at the Los Angeles Film Festival

    'All is Well' and 'Drought' Take Top Prizes at the Los Angeles Film Festival

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    L.A. Film Fest Review: Entertaining Romp 'Magic Mike' Will Put Its Spell On You... And Shake It Like Nobody's Business

    There’s just something about Channing Tatum. Clearly, he’s got that magic touch (why else would Paramount be reshooting “G.I. Joe: Retaliation” to add more Chan?), a certain je ne sais quoi that would inspire veteran auteur Stephen Soderbergh to bring his early life story as a Florida stripper to th...

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    11 Reviews from the 2012 LA Film Festival: 'Beasts,' 'To Rome With Love' and More

    This year's the Los Angeles Film Festival featured everything from apocalyptic romances to Cuban zombies. With the festival winding down, we've compiled a list of reviews by Indiewire film critic Eric Kohn to streamline your recapping experience.

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    LAFF: 'Middle of Nowhere' Gets Two Standing Ovations; DuVernay & Cast Talk Black Films Reaching Audiences In A Meaningful Way [New Teaser]

    Ava DuVernay's "Middle of Nowhere" played to a full house and two standing ovations at its Gala screening at the LA Film Fest on June 20. The drama is honest and immersive, moving and sexy, funny and unexpected.

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