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    Sundance Trailer: 'Finding North' Shows Hunger Crisis in America

    Sundance premieres "Finding North" on January 22. Participant media's documentary on hunger features the likes of Jeff Bridges and Tom Colicchio to push the message that child hunger is an American crisis, with one in four of our children struggling to eat...

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    Watch: Exclusive Trailer for Sundance Dramatic Contender 'The Comedy'

    Writer-director-musician Rick Alverson has worked with recording label Jagjaguwar on nine albums and since 2010 their partnership has evolved into making films. Alverson's debut, "The Builder," was an existential study of an immigrant vs. the American promise and was followed by "New Jerusalem," abo...

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    Sycamore Takes US Rights to Schepisi's 'Eye of the Storm' with Rush, Rampling and Davis

    Fred Schepisi's Australian "The Eye of The Storm" has been acquired by Sycamore Entertainment for US distribution. Starring Geoffrey Rush, Charlotte Rampling and Judy Davis, the film is based on Patrick White's 1973 Nobel Prize-winning novel, adapted by Judy Morris.

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    Millennium Gets 'A Little Bit of Heaven' with Kate Hudson and Gael Garcia Bernal; Watch the Trailer

    Kate Hudson vehicle "A Little Bit of Heaven" has gone to Millennium Entertainment for North American distribution through "a multitude of platforms" (including VOD April 3, and a theatrical release starting May 4).

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    Sundance Trailers: Check Out 'The Orator,' 'West of Memphis,' 'John Dies at the End,' '5 Broken Cameras' & More

    Take a look at some trailers for the films playing at Sundance next week. Among the trailers is Amy Berg's "West of Memphis," which was produced by Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh, who after seeing HBO's first "Paradise Lost," began quietly financing investigations into the West Memphis Three's case...

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    Watch: Exclusive Trailer For Slamdance Entry 'The Sound of Small Things'

    Come January, Park City sees the Sundance Film Festival generating a press frenzy in Utah, but don't discount the great talent showcasing their latest works at the annual Slamdance Film Festival, occuring just up Main Street. One of this year's Slamdance narrative competing films, "...

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    Watch: Exclusive Trailer for "Gnarr," a Doc About the Comedian Mayor of Reykjavik

    In 2009, with Iceland falling on hard times, local comedian Jón Gnarr came up with an unlikely solution by inventing the 'Best Party' and running for office to mock both left and right parties. And then he won.

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    Trailer Watch: Feast Your Eyes on Wes Anderson's 'Moonrise Kingdom'

    Wes Anderson, we've missed you. It's been a few years since his last live-action feature ("The Darjeeling Limited" in 2007), so it is with much pleasure that his fans will watch the new trailer for "Moonrise Kingdom." There's a lot of storybook, painterly charm going on in the très Andersonian trail...

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    Watch: Trailer for 'Moonrise Kingdom,' Wes Anderson's Return to Live Action Filmmaking

    The trailer for "Moonrise Kingdom" -- Wes Anderson's return to live action filmmaking following his acclaimed stop-motion animated family film "Fantastic Mr. Fox" -- has dropped its first trailer and it's a total delight. When not showcasing its crisp, heavily g...

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    SXSW 2012 Opening Night Film Is Joss Whedon & Drew Goddard's 'The Cabin in the Woods'; Lena Dunham To Premiere HBO Series 'Girls'

    Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard's horror production "The Cabin in the Woods" (Lionsgate, April 13) will open the 2012 South by Southwest Film Festival, which runs March 9 – 17, 2012 in Austin, Texas. Whedon will also participate in a key Conversation at the conference on March ...

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