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    Nick Broomfield's 'Tales of the Grim Sleeper' Says the LAPD Ignored a Serial Killer Because His Victims Were Poor and Nonwhite

    Nick Broomfield's documentary says the Los Angeles police let a murderer roam free in South Central for decades.

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    Texting Wars, Continued (VIDEO)

    Don't ask someone to stop texting during a movie—you might get maced.

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    AFI Fest: Jason Banker's Female-Led Psychosexual Thriller 'Felt' Lands Distribution

    Amplify has acquired North American rights to director Banker's 'Toad Road' followup based on the disturbing real-life experiences of cowriter and star Amy Everson.

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    'Citizen Kane,' 'Blade Runner' and 'The Truman Show'? Here Are the Films that Inspired the 2014 AFI Filmmakers

    We asked this year's crop of AFI 2014 filmmakers which films inspired them and were surprised by some of their answers.

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    Meet the 2014 AFI Filmmakers #8: 'The Tribe' Director Auditioned Over 300 Deaf People For His Award-Winning Drama

    Ukrainian writer/director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy brings his Cannes entry "The Tribe" to this year's AFI Fest.

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    Meet the 2014 AFI Filmmakers #7: 'Blind' Director On How to Portray Blindness Onscreen

    Eskil Vogt speaks to us about "Blind," a drama that won a screenwriting award at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.

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    AFI Review: 'The Gambler' Remake Aims High, Falls Short

    Rupert Wyatt did a great job with "Rise of the Planet of the Apes." But his follow-up movie, a remake of James Toback's 1974 "The Gambler," is a disappointment.

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