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Remastered Phantasm Pics Get Theatrical Release

Remastered Phantasm Pics Get Theatrical Outing

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Peet Gelderblom On How His Fan Edit Of Raising Cain Became A Brian De Palma-Approved Director’s Cut

Peet Gelderblom On How His Fan Edit Of Raising Cain Became A Brian De Palma-Approved Director’s Cut

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Noel Murray On Mel Gibson, Action Auteur

Noel Murray On Mel Gibson, Action Auteur

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Grasshopper+Marks Launched To Connect Nonprofits And Brands With Independent Filmmakers For Socially Conscious Movies

Grasshopper+Marks Launched To Connect Nonprofits And Brands With Independent Filmmakers For Socially Conscious Movies

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Is Aliens The Ideal Sequel?

Is Aliens The Ideal Sequel?

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Venice Sets 73rd Lineup

Venice 73 Includes Cianfrance, Ford, Gibson, Konchalovsky, Kusturica, Larrain, Loznitsa, Malick, Ozon, Seidel, Siskel, Villeneuve, Wenders 

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Why James Cameron Debuted His New Short Film At The Democratic National Convention

Why James Cameron Debuted His New Short Film At The Democratic National Convention

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Hector Elizondo On Being Garry Marshall’s “Lucky Charm” On All 18 Features

“The first thing he’d ask when a new actor came on set was, “Did you eat?” That was a big thing for him: ‘Get him some food!’ You thought you were in somebody’s kitchen, having a cup of coffee. That sets the mood.” Hector Elizondo On Being Garry Marshall’s “Lucky Charm” On All 18 Features

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Disney Rocketeer Remake To Star Black Female Pilot

Disney Rocketeer Remake To Star Black Female Pilot

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“This Year’s Comic-Con Wasn’t All About White Dudes”

“This Year’s Comic-Con Wasn’t All About White Dudes”

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Netflix To Spend More Than $6 Billion On Originals

There are too many mediocre shows on television, but at a time when the industry has glut of series that fail to have an impact, we’ve been able to give fans what they want: adventurous storytelling with original voices.” Netflix To Spend More Than $6 Billion On Originals And Acquisitions

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“I am fine filming in Spanish, thank you,” Says Argentine Great Ricardo Darín

“The only ones I would really want to work with are Martin Scorsese and Woody Allen. If one of their films were suitable for me, it would be like touching the sky with my hand.” “I am fine filming in Spanish, thank you,” Says Argentine Great Ricardo Darín

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“Jason Bourne is not really a spy thriller or even a foot-chase and fist-fight-driven action movie, but rather a somber meditation on the crisis of the Gen-X professional in the throes of middle age.”

“Jason Bourne is not really a spy thriller or even a foot-chase and fist-fight-driven action movie, but rather a somber meditation on the crisis of the Gen-X professional in the throes of middle age.”

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Cartoonist Jack Davis Was 91; Known For E.C. Comics, MAD And Marvelous Movie Posters Including American Graffiti, Animal House, It’s a Mad, Mad World, Bananas

Cartoonist Jack Davis Was 91; Known For E.C. Comics, MAD And Marvelous Movie Posters Including American Graffiti, Animal House, It’s a Mad, Mad World, Bananas

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James Cameron And Gale Anne Hurd On Preserving Moviegoing

“I just think it’s incumbent on the exhibition community to provide the absolute maximum possible experience. We’re never quite there.” James Cameron And Gale Anne Hurd On Preserving Moviegoing

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China Box Office Drops As Subsidies Are Cut

China Box Office Drops As Subsidies Cut

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Sea Of Sighs Over So-So Summer

“There are pockets of age groups and demographics that have not been inspired by what they’re seeing at movie theaters.” Sea Of Sighs Over So-So Summer

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Michael Musto And John Waters Talk “Fabulous Filth” On The Restoration And Reissue Of 1970’s Multiple Maniacs

“They made it look great. It finally looks like a bad John Cassavetes movie.” Michael Musto And John Waters Talk “Fabulous Filth” On The Restoration And Reissue Of 1970’s Multiple Maniacs

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Gwyneth Paltrow Hits The Biz Conference Circuit

Gwyneth Paltrow Hits The Biz Conference Circuit

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Don’t Think Twice’s Mike Bisbiglia On Ambition

“It’s almost like an 80s movie or something – the kind that studios don’t make anymore.” Don’t Think Twice‘s Mike Bisbiglia On Ambition

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“To make work out of your own imagination is an invitation to a lot of unforgiving hard slog, failure, satisfaction which doesn’t last long, more failure, discontent, maybe a prize, a bit more satisfaction, self doubt, dissatisfaction, lots more hard work and so on and so on. But anyone who’s persisted and written something and got to the end and even better had it published or performed learns quickly that the hard slog, the frustrations, the blind alleys and dead ends and scenes that don’t work and great ideas that turn to dust are in fact a big part of the work. The reward for the agony is not the ecstasy of Chuck Heston finishing the Sistine Chapel but still more agony that might also include some kind of not pleasure exactly, maybe a brief, terrible joy.”
~ Australian playwright Michael Gow

“People react primarily to direct experience and not to abstractions; it is very rare to find anyone who can become emotionally involved with an abstraction. The longer the bomb is around without anything happening, the better the job that people do in psychologically denying its existence. It has become as abstract as the fact that we are all going to die someday, which we usually do an excellent job of denying. For this reason, most people have very little interest in nuclear war. It has become even less interesting as a problem than, say, city government, and the longer a nuclear event is postponed, the greater becomes the illusion that we are constantly building up security, like interest at the bank. As time goes on, the danger increases, I believe, because the thing becomes more and more remote in people’s minds. No one can predict the panic that suddenly arises when all the lights go out — that indefinable something that can make a leader abandon his carefully laid plans. A lot of effort has gone into trying to imagine possible nuclear accidents and to protect against them. But whether the human imagination is really capable of encompassing all the subtle permutations and psychological variants of these possibilities, I doubt. The nuclear strategists who make up all those war scenarios are never as inventive as reality, and political and military leaders are never as sophisticated as they think they are.”
~ Stanley Kubrick

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