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  1. 'Sleep Dealer' Filmmaker Alex Rivera Joins Eco-Minded Film Festival

    8:12 am 10/31/2013

    A 2008 Sundance sensation, he's now artist-in-resident at Tales From Planet Earth.Read more

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  2. Cinemark Breaks Its NC-17 Ban for 'Blue Is the Warmest Color'

    3:01 pm 10/30/2013

    The Texas-based multiplex chain allows one theater in Illinois the opportunity to screen the steamy teen romance.Read more

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  3. 'Farmland' Trailer

    11:33 am 10/30/2013

    Oscar-winning filmmaker James Moll's documentary examining the lives of young American farmers dealing with the highs and lows of their industry. Read more

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  4. Documentarian Ambushed at Oscars Returns With Film on Africa's Deadly Anti-Gay Campaigns

    7:59 am 10/30/2013

    Roger Ross Williams hopes "God Loves Uganda" will give him another shot at an acceptance speech after his first was "Kanye'd" by a disgruntled collaborator.Read more

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  5. Alexander Soskin to Direct Johnny Thunders Biopic

    4:01 pm 10/29/2013

    L.A.M.F. Films will release an adaptation of Nina Antonia's biography of the late punk legend.Read more

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  6. Cassian Elwes Launches Indie Screenwriting Fellowship

    11:10 am 10/29/2013

    The winner, whose script will have appeared on the Black List or its website, will receive a trip to the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.Read more

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  7. 'We Steal Secrets,' 'Blackfish,' ESPN's '30 for 30' Among International Documentary Association Award Nominees

    10:19 am 10/29/2013

    Alex Gibney will receive the Career Achievement honor while "Cutie and the Boxer" director Zachary Heinzerling will receive the Emerging Documentary Filmmaker trophy.Read more

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  8. Musician Toby Sebastian Joins Hailee Steinfeld in 'Barely Lethal' (Exclusive)

    10:02 am 10/29/2013

    The film stars Steinfeld as a teen assassin who runs away in hopes of leading an ordinary high-school life.Read more

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  9. Pixar Digs Up Old-School Editing Supplies to Save Ken Loach's Final Film

    9:32 am 10/29/2013

    The wizards behind Disney's "Monsters University" heeded the director's call for "numbering tape" -- a tool of the trade used by predigital movie editors.Read more

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  10. AFM: The Works International To Handle Worldwide Sales for 'Lucky Them'

    9:25 am 10/29/2013

    The U.K. sales and finance banner will present the Toni Collette starrer, which debuted during the Toronto Film Festival, to international buyers.Read more

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