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    Watch: Academy Award Winner Ellen Burstyn and Danny Glover Team Up in Exclusive 'About Scout' Trailer

    Breaking Glass Pictures' sweet coming-of-age tale stars India Ennenga and James Frencheville as youths on the run from normalcy.

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    Review: All-Star 'About Alex' Tries Hard to Win You Over, But Ends Up Falling Flat

    "About Alex" is like a camp getaway for adults, but without the fun.

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    SnagFilms Launching New Comedy Site Thundershorts With Seven Original Episodic Series

    There's a new short-form comedy site in town. Indiewire's parent company, SnagFilms, is launching Thundershorts, a site dedicated to streaming original content aiming to tickle your funny bone.

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    Watch: Jenny Slate is a Drunk Dialing Goddess in This Hilarious Clip from 'Obvious Child'

    Stand-up queen and actress Jenny Slate stars in 'Obvious Child,' a comedy-drama film that will be in select theaters tomorrow. In preparation for the film's release, A24 released a clip of the funny woman leaving a bunch of drunk voicemails that grow more and more inappropriate as the night goes on.

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    Review: 'Ping Pong Summer' Delights in 1980s Nostalgia, But There's More To It Than That

    With “Ping Pong Summer,” director Michael Tully (“Cocaine Angel,” “Septien”) gives us a film about the childhood he remembers: summers in Ocean City, Maryland (where the film was shot), cheesy arcade games, pastels, Nike, and hip hop.

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    James McAvoy on Getting 'Filth'-y for a Career Redefining Performance

    If you consider James McAvoy to be a heartthrob, get ready to have your heart broken.

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    Tribeca Review: How the Anton Yeltchin Drama '5 to 7' Represents the Worst Aspects of the 'Famous Writer' Genre

    A blank, unpublished slate at the film's beginning, these mild-turning-bold characters lose their innocence and find a topic — usually heartbreak — discovering themselves by the end credits.

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    Watch: Jenny Slate Shines in Winning Trailer for Sundance Hit 'Obvious Child'

    If you aren't already familiar with Jenny Slate from her stint on "Saturday Night Live," you probably know her as the voice behind the title character in "Marcel the Shell with Shoes On," the stop-motion short she made with her husband Dean Fleischer-Camp that became a viral smash and screened at th...

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    'Broad City' Breakout Ilana Glazer Can Do Drama, But She'll Never Be the Next Claire Danes

    As anyone who's helped turn Comedy Central's new series "Broad City" into a hit for the network can tell you, Ilana Glazer is one of the funniest women on television. And like all great comedians, she can do drama too.

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    Review: Forget 'Twilight.' Jim Jarmusch's 'Only Lovers Left Alive' Is the Only Vampire Movie You Need to See

    If the fashionable bloodsuckers of the "Twilight" movies traded their frantic stares for expressions of ennui, they might have something in common with the retro cool vampires at the heart of Jim Jarmusch's "Only Lovers Left Alive."

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