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    “TERMINATOR” Producer to Bring “AUDITION” to The U.S.

    After the financial failure of Spike Lee’s OLDBOY remake, one would only assume it would be a while before any English-language manga adaptations would make their way stateside. However, Deadline reports that isn’t the case as THE TERMINATOR producer Mario Kassar is putting together another notoriously bleak manga property for an American translation, Ryu Murakami’s AUDITION.

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    Jim VanBebber Crowdfunding “GATOR GREEN” Feature

    Jim VanBebber’s short GATOR GREEN, originally released on the special edition Blu of his THE MANSON FAMILY earlier this year, is on the way to realizing its original vision of running feature length.  Together with Stephen Biro and Scott Gabbey (who both worked on the short film), VanBebber is seeking new funds, via IndieGogo, to […]

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    “LOCKER 13″ (Movie Review)

    Anthology films often have a higher potential as entertainment, as a bad anthology may still be creatively wealthy or have solid segments to counteract other weak entries. Alternately, a good anthology contains enough surprises, finesse and variety to keep the audience engaged and thrilled from start to finish. Best of all, the low-budget of each […]

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    Tribeca announces Midnight Slate; EXCL Programmer Comments

    The latest from French provocateur Marina de Van, the second feature from RABIES duo Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado, Neil Jordan’s new vampire tale, festival favorite V/H/S 2 and the long-awaited FRANKENSTEIN’S ARMY lead the Spotlight and Midnight sections of New York’s Tribeca Film Festival. Fango reveals the slate and speaks with programmer Cara Cusumano.

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