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August 15, 2012

New Trailer for the Master

New Trailer for the Master

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You can get the self-helpy vibe from this one better:

David Chase’s Not Fade Away to screen as Gala Centerpiece at NY Film Fest

David Chase’s Not Fade Away to screen as Gala Centerpiece at NY Film Fest

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David Chase’s NOT FADE AWAY announced by THE FILM SOCIETY OF LINCOLN CENTER as the Centerpiece Gala Selection for the 2012 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL NEW YORK, August 15, 2012 — The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today that David Chase’s NOT FADE AWAY will make its World Premiere on Saturday, October 6 as the Centerpiece Gala selection for the 50th New York Film Festival (September 28-October 14). Making…

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NY Times Debate: How Can Women Gain Influence in Hollywood?

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Women and Hollywood’s Melissa Silverstein, someone I consider to be a growing voice in the film community, has co-curated a panel for the New York Times on women and their influence in Hollywood.  Or rather, their non-existent influence in Hollywood. It’s a must-read and a subject that should not be abandoned because we … oh look, shiny object. Why does anyone care about this subject? Because it’s a glaring, ongoing…

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Best Director – Before Festival Season

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If the imaginary Oscars were held today, that is, if everything went as it’s expected to go, the Best Director category would look something like this: Steven Spielberg, Lincoln Kathryn Bigelow, Zero Dark Thirty Tom Hooper, Les Miz Paul Thomas Anderson, The Master Benh Zeitlin, Beasts of the Southern Wild The next tier would be: Christopher Nolan, The Dark Knight Rises Peter Jackson, The Hobbit

Jodie Foster Offers Support for Stewart, “Don’t let them take that away from you.”

Jodie Foster Offers Support for Stewart, “Don’t let them take that away from you.”

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In one of the best pieces ever published on The Daily Beast, Jodie Foster takes a public stand in support of Kristen Stewart, something no other famous person has done. Her essay is not just about Stewart but about herself, and what kind of savage beast we the public have morphed into.  We are No Name in Spirited Away, seemingly harmless; we love our celebrities until that moment comes where…