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  1. 'The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby' Trailer: James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain Fall in Love, Fall Apart (Video)

    12:54 pm 6/27/2014

    The Oscar hopeful, written and directed by Ned Benson and co-starring William Hurt and Viola Davis, is set to hit theaters on Sept. 26.Read more

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  2. Once Again, With Feeling: 'Low Down' Debuts Once More in Extensive Re-Cut

    5:39 am 6/27/2014

    A version premiering at BAMcinemaFest features over 1,000 changes from what screened at Sundance.Read more

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  3. Wes Bentley, Jaimie Alexander to Star in Thriller 'Broken Vows'

    9:39 am 6/26/2014

    Bram Coppens will make his directorial debut with the indie.Read more

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  4. 'Point and Shoot': Provincetown Review

    8:44 pm 6/25/2014

    Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker Marshall Curry ("Street Fight," "If a Tree Falls") traces an ordinary man's remarkable quest to reinvent himself as a fearless adventurer.Read more

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  5. Sundance Next Fest Moving to Downtown Los Angeles

    3:49 pm 6/25/2014

    For its second edition, the weekend film fest will kick off with a 10th anniversary screening of "Napoleon Dynamite" at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery and then take up residence at the Theatre at the Ace Hotel.Read more

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  6. 'All Is Lost' Director J.C. Chandor on Redford's Oscar Snub: 'Everyone Was Frustrated'

    2:49 pm 6/25/2014

    The filmmaker also gave THR an update on his next film, "A Most Violent Year," starring Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac, while Bennett Miller talked about believing in his "Foxcatcher" stars Steve Carell and Channing Tatum.Read more

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  7. Olivia Wilde-Jason Bateman Film 'Longest Week' Gets Picked Up by Gravitas

    12:59 pm 6/25/2014

    The film, which also stars Billy Crudup and Jenny Slate, will be released theatrically and on video-on-demand in September.Read more

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  8. 'Keep On Keepin' On': Provincetown Review

    7:41 pm 6/24/2014

    Debuting docu-maker Alan Hicks provides intimate access to the unlikely friendship between nonagenarian jazz trumpet maestro Clark Terry and 23-year-old blind pianist Justin Kauflin.Read more

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  9. James Schamus to Receive Outfest Achievement Award

    11:26 am 6/24/2014

    The former Focus Features CEO will be honored on opening night of Los Angeles' LGBT film festival.Read more

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  10. Blackmagic Releases Software Update For Its Cameras

    10:26 am 6/24/2014

    The company also launched the public beta of version 11 of its DaVinci Resolve color grading system.Read more

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