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  • Review: 'Showrunners: The Art Of Running a TV Show'

    "Showrunners: The Art of Running a TV Show" should probably be required viewing in film/TV studies classes, but as a mass-consumption documentary, it doesn't quite pass the test. Much of that has to do with a lack of focus, inasmuch as it offers a snapshot of the exalted status of TV producers at an interesting time, but without a clear point of view or direction. The producers, obviously, are good storytellers, and there is something to be said -- touched on here -- about their shifting roles as TV has embraced an auteur quality. Still, the resulting doc finally feels like less than the sum of its anecdotes.
  • Omarr's daily astrological forecast, For release 06/07/14 for 06/07/14

    BIRTHDAY GAL: Actress Gia Carides was born in Sydney, Australia, on this date in 1964. This birthday gal is known to movie fans for her roles in such films as "Strictly Ballroom," "Year One" and "My Big Fat Greek Wedding." She reprised her film role in...

    Stephen King's 'A Good Marriage' Scares Up U.S. Distribution

    Screen Media Films has acquired North American rights to thriller "A Good Marriage," adapted from Stephen King's short story from the collection "Full Dark, No Stars." King wrote the screenplay, and Peter Askin directed the film, starring Joan Allen,...

    Anthony LaPaglia, Guy Pearce and Kerry Fox Together For 'Holding the Man'

    HONG KONG - Director Neil Armfield has assembled a starry cast for an Australian film adaptation of beloved book "Holding The Man." The story, of two young men who fell in love as teenagers and romanced each other for over 15 years, was also recently...

    Japan Switches on to 'Light' as Foreign-Language Oscar Contender

    Japan has selected "The Light Shines Only There" as its national contender for the foreign-language Academy Awards race. Directed by woman director Oh Mipo, the film is a drama about an unemployed man's slow reinvigoration through a love affair with...