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    'God Help the Girl' and an Ed Harris Tribute Round Out the 2nd La Costa Film Festival

    This year's La Costa Film Festival runs from September 18-21.

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    The 13 Best Sports Documentaries

    Today's TWC pick, "We Could Be King," offers an honest look at the gritty world of high school football in lower income communities. When an economic crisis hits Philadelphia, two rival high schools are combined, forcing their teams into one. Check it out ON Demand and take a peak at our list of fav...

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    Stream This! Prep For the Sochi Olympics by Watching These 10 Great Sports Docs Online

    With coverage of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics launching tonight stateside on NBC with tonight's opening ceremony, we've compiled a list of ten great sports documentaries available to stream online for those living in the US. The titles, that span a wide variety of sports from basketball to race ca...

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    Review: 'Venus And Serena' Offers an Intimate, Inspiring Look At The Williams Sisters

    Though it focuses primarily on the Willams’ career and personal lives in 2011, the documentary “Venus and Serena” covers their entire lives, beginning even before the elder Venus was born. Their father Richard Williams wrote an extensive plan for his daughters' success in tennis before Venus entered...

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    'Whale Rider' Director Niki Caro To Helm Track & Field Drama 'McFarland'

    After the poorly received Charlize Theron-starrer “North Country” and the even more poorly received/barely-distributed 2009 film “The Vintner’s Luck,” it looked like Niki Caro had used up all of the goodwill earned from her Oscar-nominated breakthrough film, “Whale Rider.” That’s saying something, t...

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    Jack Nicholson Adds Jackie Robinson Biopic '42' To List Of Potential Next Movies

    Of course, everyone wants to work with Jack Nicholson, and while the legendary, 74-year-old actor has slowed down his pace in recent years, that hasn't kept the offers from rolling in. In the past year it has been reported that Stephen Dorff was writing a vehicle for him and Nicholson to do together...

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    Sandra Bullock Reportedly In Talks To Co-Star With Clint Eastwood In 'Trouble With The Curve'

    "Gran Torino" was allegedly supposed to be Clint Eastwood's last acting job. At the time, the 81-year-old filmmaker, who directed, produced, and partly scored the film with his son Kyle, said the role would most likely be the last time he acted in a movie. But never say never, especially when friend...

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    Clint Eastwood To Play An Aging Baseball Scout In 'Trouble With The Curve'

    If a young whippersnapper like Brad Pitt can make a baseball movie, why not Old Man Eastwood?

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    Mychael Danna's Rousing 'Moneyball' Score Feat. This Will Destroy You & A Lenka Song Is A Big Winner

    Discussing soundtracks, especially scores can be, in some instances, sort of dull. It's easy to confabulate when a pop or rock figure like Trent Reznor ("The Social Network"), Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead ("There Will Be Blood") or Karen O & The Kids ("Where The Wild Things Are"), but aside from Hans Zimmer, Danny Elfman, Clint Mansell, Jon Brion and maybe John Murphy known for his great collaborations with Danny Boyle, there are very few "superstar" composers that mainstream audiences appreciate or generally want to read about. For example, Alberto Iglesias (known for his work with Pedro Almodovar) is probably, aside from Alexander Desplat, ...

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