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2014/10/01 19:53
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... Middlesex 4-H to hold open house Oct. 5 The Middlesex County 4-H Open House is scheduled for 1-4 p.m. Oct. 5 at the 4-H Youth Center, 645 Cranbury Road, East Brunswick. There are more than 25 4-H...
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2014/09/30 19:28
2014/09/30 19:28
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Courtesy of the Turner Classic Movies archiveJean Harlow, seen in the 1932 film 'Bombshell' was known for her dangerously blond locks. With her coiled, nearly white coif, screen dame Jean Harlow was...
2014/09/30 11:49
2014/09/30 11:49
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We have a trailer for Inherent Vice The first ever feature adaption of a Thomas Pynchon novel finds Paul Thomas Anderson wielding his funny-bone Tue, Sep 30, 2014, 12:27 Among a certain class of...
2014/09/30 10:03
2014/09/30 10:03
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Full Sail University announced the following inductees for its Hall of Fame on Monday, which honors graduates who are successful in entertainment, media, and the arts. The Winter Park-based...
2014/09/26 14:26
2014/09/26 14:26
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It's Not Film. It's Not TV. It's Convergence. Here's What It's All About By Paula Bernstein | IndiewireFri Sep 26 10:01:00 EDT 2014 A new wave of creators is blurring the lines of storytelling to...
2014/09/25 21:33
2014/09/25 21:33
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From the Buddha to Bollywood to BPOs: A brief history of India’s soft power Color me skeptical. There’s no question India does possess substantial soft power: I know this because it once saved my...
2014/09/25 16:13
2014/09/25 16:13
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Scott Frank likes to call himself "the least bitter writer in Hollywood," and given how much success he's had in his 30-year career, you could argue he should be. These days, though, reflecting on the...
2014/09/24 20:15
2014/09/24 20:15
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Film historians consider 1939 the holy grail of American cinema, and one look at a partial list of the year's films makes it clear why: "The Wizard of Oz," "Stagecoach," "Mr. Smith Goes to...
2014/09/23 19:20
2014/09/23 19:20
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The life and work of Robert Altman — the filmmaker who rewrote the rules of American cinema — are investigated in this biopic from Canadian filmmaker Ron Mann. Mann interviews a host of actors and...
2014/09/22 22:47
2014/09/22 22:47
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WITH an awful and low-yielding summer movie season recently concluded, I’ve been meaning to try to make sense of the continued decline of grownup film, independent and otherwise. Two LA Times stories...
2014/09/21 08:02
2014/09/21 08:02
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One sign that a blufftop estate for sale in Laguna Beach had a colorful past: The home includes a private lighthouse overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Then there’s the swimming pool, configured not just...
2014/09/21 04:42
2014/09/21 04:42
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In 1973, John Duke Kisch was an art student in New York when a friend gave him a poster for an old black film called Caldonia. A musical from 1945, it featured singer and musician Louis Jordan who...
2014/09/20 20:54
2014/09/20 20:54
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Scott Frank likes to call himself "the least bitter writer in Hollywood," and given how much success he's had in his 30-year career, you could argue he should be. These days, though, reflecting on the...
2014/09/20 12:09
2014/09/20 12:09
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Comparing this year’s top 10 summer films to last year’s reveals a decline in profits of around four per cent. In the United States, the situation is significantly worse, with takings down 15 per cent...
2014/09/17 23:42
2014/09/17 23:42
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All rested and refreshed from summer’s relaxed pace, most of us have hit the restart button, ready to embrace fall’s chaotic schedules. As is true every year, the entertainment venues have lined up an...
2014/09/17 12:22
2014/09/17 12:22
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The story of aristocrat-turned-revolutionary Simon Bolivar and his freedom crusade in South America will be the opening feature Thursday at AFI’s Latin American Film Festival in downtown Silver...
2014/09/16 21:26
2014/09/16 21:26
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Save The Dates: Here's the 2014-15 Awards Calendar By Indiewire | IndiewireTue Sep 16 16:23:10 EDT 2014 The 2014-15 awards season is here! Beginning with the Gotham Award nominations, there's over...
2014/09/15 16:20
2014/09/15 16:20
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Classic Pick of the Week – Red River (1948) Can a film still be considered a classic even though it contains an obvious flaw? In the case of Howard Hawks’ Red River, the answer is a resounding “yes.”...
2014/09/14 14:39
2014/09/14 14:39
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From Casting To Cutting The N-Word, The Making Of 'Gone With The Wind' Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler are one of the most enduring couples in American cinema, and this year marks the 75th...
2014/09/12 21:08
2014/09/12 21:08
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Film writers Fariha Roísín and Sara Black McCulloch are covering the Toronto International Film Festival this year as a series of conversations about the festival and its programming. This, the second...
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