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Networks’ timeslot sinkhole

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The broadcast nets have pumped some much-needed new blood into the final hour of primetime this season, with rookie dramas like "Revolution," "Elementary" and "Nashville" all playing well at 10…

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Gravity-defying duo

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Kirsten Dunst couldn't really identify with her character in "Upside Down," about lovers who live in parallel worlds of opposing gravity. "Usually they just come to me," she said of her own romantic…

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Logan’s bond to theater still strong

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With James Bond adventure "Skyfall" taking in more than $1 billion, scribe John Logan could be sitting on his laurels, especially since inking the deal to write the next two Bonds and having already…

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Picturehouse mogul gets a re-release

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Picturehouse's first incarnation was short, but colorful: For three years, from 2005 until the economic crash, the production company that Bob Berney founded in partnership with HBO Films and New…

Israeli Documentaries' Bitter Pill
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Israeli Documentaries’ Bitter Pill

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In a major first for this little country, two Israeli-helmed films received Oscar noms this year, both in the documentary category, and both for films that take a critical and sometimes searing look…

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