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    Long Lost Film 'Santa Fe Satan' to Screen at RiverRun International Film Festival

    One would be shocked to discover how many classic films have gotten lost in time, having been briefly presented to the world only to never be seen or found again. Even more shocking are some of the larger-than-life movie concepts that the film industry of yesteryear would come up with ("King Kong Ap...

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    Watch: Charming 'Arthur Christmas' Trailer Courts Hipsters With Use Of Vampire Weekend

    Hey, there Ivy League student. Going home for the holidays and have to do something with your younger brother or sister? If you like Vampire Weekend, then "Arthur Christmas" might be the movie you can both enjoy! Jokes.

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    Orson Welles' 'The Other Side of the Wind' May See The Light Of Day (Again)

    They've been saying this for years, so while we're excited, we're also cautious, but according to the Guardian a deal for Orson Welles' lost film "The Other Side Of The Wind" may be hashed out in a matter of weeks leading to a proper release for the film.

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    Sam Peckinpah's 'The Texans' Script Dusted Off & Put Into Development

    Yesterday, Vulture debuted the first 15 pages of long-deceased writer/director Sam Peckinpah’s buried script, “The Texans.” Judging from the first few pages, the film is a classic western, involving Native Americans and the takeover of their land, with “Avatar”-like nature messages strewn throughout...

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    Watch: What Remains Of Quentin Tarantino's First Film, 'My Best Friend's Birthday'

    This week, the film world got a little bit of a treat as what's left of Quentin Tarantino’s first feature film, “My Best Friend’s Birthday” hit the web. Tarantino started work on the 16mm film in 1984 on a $5000 budget, and shot it over the next four years. The incomplete film (more on that in a sec...

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