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    Watch: Ride 'The D Train' With Jack Black in Trailer for the Sundance Comedy

    James Marsden also stars as a reckless Hollywood actor driving Black off the tracks.

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    Watch: Drone Warfare Plagues Ethan Hawke in Heart-Pounding 'Good Kill' Trailer

    Andrew Niccol's war film screened to favorable reviews at festivals in Venice and Toronto. IFC Films will release the movie May 15.

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    Watch: Gérard Depardieu Runs Amok in 'Welcome to New York' Trailer

    IFC Films will release a new cut of Abel Ferrara's scandal-filled drama in theaters and VOD on March 27.

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    IFC Acquires Venice Winner 'Hungry Hearts,' Starring Adam Driver

    IFC sews up a deal for the Italian thriller whose stars took home awards for best actor and actress at Venice.

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    IFC Center Preps for Comic Con With 'New York Super Week' Featuring Uncut 'Nymphomaniac'

    IFC Center's inaugural Super Week looks, well, pretty super.

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    IFC Films Acquires Angus MacLachlan's Internet Drama 'Goodbye To All That'

    The latest from the director of "Junebug" is a modern and sexy tale of marriage, fatherhood and life in the internet age.

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    IFC Acquires Katie Holmes-Starring 1980s Drama 'Days and Nights'

    IFC will distribute "Days and Nights," a drama starring Katie Holmes based on Anton Chekhov's "The Seagull."

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    New York's IFC Center is Ignoring R-Rating for 'Boyhood'

    Richard Linklater's 12-years-in-the-making opus "Boyhood" is rated R in the states. Why? We're not so sure. It's a film that demands to be seen by the generation it depicts, meaning teenagers. New York's IFC Center feels the same way. They just announced that they will admit "high school age patrons...

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