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  • New POV series examines late-term abortions - the women who seek them, the doctors who perform them

    New POV series examines late-term abortions - the women who seek them, the doctors who perform them
    "After Tiller" goes inside the lives of 'the last four doctors in the U.S. who openly perform late abortions,' according to a PBS press release. The film will air on Sept. 1, 2014, on PBS stations around the country. Dr. George Tiller was assassinated...
  • 'Rectify' Unspools Secrets In Riveting Season Finale (SPOILERS)

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Aden Young didn't garner an Emmy nomination for "Rectify," but after Thursday's second-season finale, is it too late to put knighthood on the table? The SundanceTV series has already been renewed for a third season, and thank...
  • With 'The One I Love,' a relationship gets trippy

    With 'The One I Love,' a relationship gets trippy
    There is something slightly subversive and satisfyingly spot on when a movie about love and marriage turns on a solitary detail. In "The One I Love," starring Mark Duplass and Elisabeth Moss as sparring spouses, basically it all comes down to the bacon....
  • 'Are You Here' is a gentle buddy movie with charm

    'Are You Here' is a gentle buddy movie with charm
    Hopes have run understandably high for the first major feature film effort from Matthew Weiner, creator and executive producer of TV's brilliant "Mad Men." But between some negative advance reviews and a reportedly underwhelming debut at last year's...
  • Toronto: Media Luna Acquires 'Luna' (EXCLUSIVE)

    MADRID -- In the run-up to the Toronto Festival, where the fantasy drama plays in the Vanguard section, Media Luna has acquired worldsales rights to "Luna," the latest film by U.K. artist-director Dave McKean ("MirrorMask"). A celebrated illustrator of...
  • Mark Duplass and Charlie McDowell protect 'The One I Love'

    Mark Duplass and Charlie McDowell protect 'The One I Love'
    Mark Duplass discovered how damaging spoilers can be when he went to see “The Crying Game” at age 14. “It took me like two weeks to get to the theater, so I had held off [knowing] everything,” says the 37-year-old star of “...
  • Joy And Fear: Reliving The First Year Of Paul Newman's Camp

    Joy And Fear: Reliving The First Year Of Paul Newman's Camp
    The memories came rushing back to Heather MacFarlane as she walked through the gates of her old summer camp in Ashford, where she first arrived 26 years ago. “The look and the feel is the same,” MacFarlane said, eyeing the cabins, the...
  • Franchise Sequels Take Over Film4 Frightfest

    Casual horror fans may well do a double take upon perusing this year's Film4 FrightFest lineup and noticing "Wrong Turn 6" nestled in the Discovery Screen section. Indeed, only dedicated acolytes of direct-to-DVD exploitation fare may be aware that the...
  • 'Magic' Wins Best Pitch at Haugesund's New Nordic Films

    HAUGESUND, Norway- "Magic," Andreas Ohman and Oskar Gullstrand's fantasy-filled adventure project, won best project at the New Nordic Films, a mini-mart hosted by Haugesund's Norwegian fest that wrapped today. Pic centers on two siblings waking up one...
  • Review: 'The One I Love' ★★ 1/2

    Review: 'The One I Love' ★&#9733 1/2
    "Our happiness used to be so easy," says Sophie in the curious new indie "The One I Love," a tidy head-bender from writer Justin Lader and first-time feature film director Charlie McDowell. Sophie's marriage to Ethan, played by Mark Duplass, has stalled....
  • Venice Market to Showcase 'Bang Gang,' 'Dead & Beautiful,' 'Sworn Virgin'

    MADRID - Eva Husson's "Bang Gang," David Verbeek's "Dead & Beautiful" and Laura Bispuri's "Sworn Virgin" (pictured) will be presented at the first Venice European Gap-Financing Co-production Market, which runs August 29-30. In its first edition, the...
  • Michael Fassbender's big head in 'Frank,' a counterpoint in TMZ era

    Michael Fassbender's big head in 'Frank,' a counterpoint in TMZ era
    Modern movie stardom is dependent on many things, but perhaps none more so than well-known, good-looking faces appearing in new films. So what would make a high-profile actor decide to spend most of a movie wearing a cartoon face that renders him...