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    Inception's Hollywood Hills DVD Release Party: Nolan, DiCaprio and Zimmer Talk

    Amy Dawes reports on what she saw and heard at Inception's DVD and Blu-Ray release (read Oscar) party Tuesday night in the Hollywood Hills. Leonardo DiCaprio smokes a cigar and worries about African lions, Nolan talks The Dark Knight Rises (and wants everyone to stop trying to figure out the ending ...

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    Trailer Watch: Two in the Wave, Godard/Truffaut Documentary

    "I always thought the cinema was great but lacked sincerity and we ought to do it better," said Francois Truffaut.

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    AFM Panels: Weinstein Loves iPad, Barber Talks MGM, Deconstructing Global Markets

    The American Film Market is under way in Santa Monica. Here are ten things Anthony D'Alessandro learned at AFM panels.

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    New Distribs FilmDistrict and Wrekin Hill Make Moves

    The two new indie film distribs on the block both made announcements Monday. FilmDistrict has made its first pick-up, Soul Surfer, for wide release April 15, 2011. And Chris Ball's Wrekin Hill Entertainment has pacted with Lionsgate Home Entertainment for exclusive U.S. distribution rights for DVD, ...

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    Sound of Music Reunion on Oprah

    True confession: I sang along with The Sound of Music at the Hollywood Bowl a few summers back, with a lot of other happy fans of the 1965 musical, which is still the third most successful movie of all time (after Gone with the Wind and Star Wars). Corrected for inflation in 2005 dollars, according to Blockbusting, the movie's domestic gross (including rereleases) would be $953.9 million (158.9), its cost $49.7 million ($8.0). It took 114 days to make, 25 days over-schedule. Nominated for ten Oscars, it won five, including best picture and actress (Julie Andrews, cast after the director saw advance footage of Mary Poppins) and director (Rober...

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    Wes Anderson Picks Top Twelve Criterion Titles

    When asked to deliver a list of his fave Criterion titles, Wes Anderson sent along twelve, with short write-ups.

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    Fox Picks Up Scorsese's Letter To Elia, HBO Grabs Lebowitz Doc

    Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment is acquiring Martin Scorsese's A Letter To Elia, which played well in Venice and Telluride. The documentary chronicles the life and work of legendary (and controversial) director Elia Kazan. The film is included in Fox's November 9 DVD release: The Elia Kaza...

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    Kehr on Keaton

    A required read for any self-respecting cinephile is critic Dave Kehr's weekly DVD column in the NYT. At a time when most new movies don't offer much to digest for the sophisticated film critic, Kehr has the best beat in town: DVDs. Every week, Kehr shares his erudite knowledge and elegant prose sty...

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    Oscilloscope to Release Cazale Doc I Knew It Was You on DVD

    In acting circles, the late John Cazale was a respected character actor even before he played Fredo in The Godfather and its first sequel and Stan in The Deer Hunter.

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