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    Attention, Filmmakers: Tribeca Film Festival 2015 Calls for Submissions (with Tips from Ron Howard)

    The Tribeca Film Festival will return next April. Here's Ron Howard offering up some one-of-a-kind filmmaking tips for aspiring entrants.

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    Tribeca: Ron Howard On Proving Himself to Bette Davis and the Future of Filmmaking

    If you've ever wondered how Academy Award-winning director Ron Howard got to be the man you know today, then the actor-turned-filmmaker's recent Tribeca talk with NBC news anchor Brian Williams will certainly give you an idea on his life in the entertainment industry. Detailing significant parts of ...

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    5 Daily Tech Stories That Filmmakers (and Film Fans) Must Read: A Movie Piracy App, a 'Halo' Digital Series and More

    A movie piracy app, a 'Halo' digital series, exclusive streaming deals and more tech news for filmmakers and film fans.

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    Tribeca Announces All Star Lineup for 2014 Tribeca Talks Series; Kevin Spacey, Aaron Sorkin, and Lee Daniels On Tap

    Today, the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival announced its lineup for the 2014 Tribeca Talks and Tribeca Innovation Week’s Future of Film series.

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    Watch the Directorial Debut From LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy, a Short Film About a Man Returning Home to Japan

    Since LCD Soundsystem disbanded in 2011, frontman James Murphy has crafted a presence for himself in the cinematic medium. The band's final show became the subject of the acclaimed doc "Shut Up and Play the Hits," and Murphy played a supporting turn in Rick Alverson and Tim Heidecker's "The Comedy."

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    The Assessment: Ron Howard's Directorial Career In 8 Movies

    Erstwhile star of the beacon of TV Americana that was “Happy Days,” occasional actor, and now Oscar-winning director and major Hollywood power player, Ron Howard is, by every account you can find the length and breadth of the World Wide Web, a really nice guy. Almost every interview starts with a re...

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    TIFF 2013: Spike Jonze To Preview 'Her' & Films By Claire Denis, Ron Howard, Gia Coppola & More Added

    With TIFF just over two weeks away, organizers in Toronto have put the final touches on their lineup this morning for what already promises to be a memorable year. The last batch of titles has been added to the already crowded, impressive slate, and as always there are a few surprises in the mix.

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    You're On The Clock, Mister: 20 Great Workplace Comedies

    This weekend's broad new studio comedy "The Internship" (our review) concerns a couple of schlubs (former wedding crashers Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson) who, finding themselves out of work and hopelessly outdated when it comes to modern technology, apply to become interns at Google. While there, the...

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    Multi-Millionaires Ron Howard & Brian Grazer Planning To Crowdfund 'Friday Night Lights' Movie

    For a few months now, the words 'crowd-funding' and 'Kickstarter' have been on the lips of producers and studio executives all over Hollywood. The tremendous success of the "Veronica Mars' movie on the crowd-funding platform has seemingly opened the way to all kinds of other projects, most notably Z...

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    Producer Brian Grazer Says $40-50 Million Cut From 'Dark Tower' Budget Means "It's Gonna Get Made"

    Says Revamped Approach Gives The Movie A "Satisfying Ending"EXCLUSIVE: Universal may have turned off the lights on "The Dark Tower," but producer Brian Grazer, screenwriter Akiva Goldsman and director Ron Howard are still hard at work on developing the property. Universal's worry about the Stephen King adaptation stemmed not only from the mammoth cost, but also the unprecedented vision, with a planned three-film cycle coupled with a television series to bridge the events of each picture. Last we heard the search was for outside financing, and then team with a studio to distribute the film. But, if the project is massively downgraded in scope,...

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