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    Arthouse Audit: 'Gimme the Loot' Delivers; Two New Comedies Flounder

    With A24 taking last week's limited smash "Spring Breakers" wide quickly to mainly non-arthouses, this week's new films offer only modest promise for future bookings. IFC's "Gimme the Loot" had a standout New York opening, but the company, which thrives with appropriate Video on Demand placement, is...

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    Watch: A Gang Member Struggles To Hide His Sexuality in Exclusive 'My Brother the Devil' Trailer

    The feature debut from Egyptian Welsh filmmaker Sally El Hosaini, "My Brother the Devil, " follows the all-too-familiar coming-of-age crime drama about youths and gangs. Yet from the looks of our exclusive new trailer, the film appears to be a refreshing approach to the genre with its stunning visua...

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    Criticwire Picks: Surprise! It's 'Skyfall.' Plus: How To Avoid 'Starlet' Spoilers

    We knew from the first wave of "Skyfall" reviews that this film would be a positive entry into the Bond canon. Weeks later, it's the current pick of the week for this week's roundup of activity among critics in the Criticwire network.

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    LFF Review: 'My Brother The Devil' A Fresh & Exciting Take On The Familiar Urban Crime Drama

    British urban drama is fast becoming a crowded genre. It seems that every couple of months there’s a movie released depicting issues of drug abuse, violence and poverty in the council estates of one of London’s many recession hit suburbs. Well, in UK cinemas that is. Not many make it out...

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    Berlin Announces Best First Feature Contestants, Including Two Sundance Films

    Berlinale has announced the candidates for its Best First Feature prize. Among those in contention this year are “My Brother the Devil” and “Young & Wild,” two films that are playing at Sundance right now. (Should either of them take home any kind of award at Park City, they will be deemed ineligibl...

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    Meet the 2012 Sundance Filmmakers #29: Sally El Hosaini, 'My Brother the Devil'

    "My Brother the Devil," screening in the World Dramatic category, takes a look at two brothers making a life for themselves on the streets of London.

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