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    Watch: Trailer for Tribeca Opener, The National Doc 'Mistaken for Strangers'

    A bit of an unlikely opener for this year's Tribeca Film Festival, Tom Berninger's "Mistaken for Strangers" will premiere on April 17th at the festival, followed by a performance from the band. Below we have a first look at the film, which straddles an interesting line between tour rock doc and sibl...

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    Watch: Andrea Riseborough As A Terrorist Turned Informant In Intense Trailer for 'Shadow Dancer'

    James Marsh's "Shadow Dancer," his return to narrative filmmaking after the critically praised documentaries "Man on Wire," and "Project Nim," is finally preparing for its theatrical release over a year after premiering at the Sundance Film Festival. Just two days after releasing the film's theatric...

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    Exclusive: See the Lengths People Will Go to Preserve Their Dead Pet's Memory in 'Furever' Trailer

    When Amy Finkel's post-mortem pet preservation documentary was first put Kickstarter two years ago, it managed to more than double its $5,000 donation goal and inspire quite a bit of interest in its covering of how we handle animal deaths in varying capacities. Now with the film complete and screeni...

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    Trailers from Hell: Brian Trenchard-Smith on Kurosawa's Epic of Chaos, 'Ran'

    Akira Kurosawa Week concludes at Trailers from Hell with director Brian Trenchard-Smith introducing "Ran," Kurosawa's existential epic of chaos with Japanese superstar Tatsuya Nakadai in the King Lear-esque lead role.

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    Watch: Ron Howard Races for Oscar Gold With 'Rush' Trailer

    After teaming up five years earlier for the Oscar-nominated "Frost/Nixon," director Ron Howard and writer Peter Morgan have come together once more for the Formula 1 racing drama "Rush," the true story of two clashing European rivals who defined the sport throughout the 1970s. Universal has released...

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    Watch: Sam Rockwell and Steve Carrell in First Trailer for Sundance's $10 Million Movie 'The Way, Way Back'

    If there was one term that cropped up in nearly all of the reviews for Jim Rash and Nat Faxon's comedy "The Way, Way Back" when it premiered at Sundance this year, it was "crowd pleaser." After all, it's distributed by Fox Searchlight, for whom crowd-pleasingly quirky is a mission statement (the tra...

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    Trailer of the Week: James McAvoy Has Kinky Sex and Does a Lot of Drugs in NSFW 'Filth' Trailer

    Before We Saw the Trailer, We Thought: A novel perhaps best known for having a tapeworm give narration might not seem like the most obvious material for a film adaptation, but when you take into account that the author of said novel is "Trainspotting" and Scottish king of all things grimy Irvine Wel...

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    Immersed in Movies UPDATE: 'Elysium' Trailer Lands, Plus Previewing Blomkamp's Dystopian Sci-Fi Film

    At a Comic-Con-style presentation this morning at The Grove, we finally caught a glimpse of Neill Blomkamp's "Elysium," the ambitious sci-fi follow-up to his acclaimed indie hit, "District 9," which opens August 9. The trailer (watch below) and additional 10 minutes of socially-conscious, high-octan...

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    Trailers from Hell: Brian Trenchard-Smith on Akira Kurosawa's Mythic, Primal and Highly Influential Classic 'Seven Samurai'

    Akira Kurosawa Week continues at Trailers from Hell with director Brian Trenchard-Smith introducing "The Seven Samurai," Kurosawa's mythic and primal epic of feudal Japan that became a virtual template for latter-day action films.

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    Watch: Meet the "Father of Trash Television" in Trailer for 'Evocateur: The Morton Downey Jr. Movie'

    Before the airwaves were built around the faces of Glenn Beck and Rush Limbaugh, Morton Downey Jr. was an anomaly in the world of televised news. Throughout the 1980s he was one of the most notorious faces on television, pioneering the reactionary agitator image that can now be seen on almost every ...

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