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8 items from 2009

Holiday Movies: What's on Tonight? (12/25/09)

24 December 2009 6:02 PM, PST | | See recent ReelzChannel news »

A Christmas Carol (1938) (Comfort & Joy)

TCM, 9 Am Et

Dickens' London miser Ebenezer Scrooge (Reginald Owen) meets the ghosts of Christmases past, present, and yet to come.

Bad Santa (Marathon) (Laughing All the Way)

Spike, 9 Am though 11 Pm Et

Two criminals (Billy Bob Thornton, Tony Cox) disguise themselves as St. Nick and an elf to rob stores at Christmastime.

What else is showing this season? See the complete Holiday TV Movie Guide: The 12 Flavors of Christmas.

And if you're wondering what to buy the movie lovers on your shopping list, check out our Holiday Gifts store.

Next Showing:

Link | Posted 12/25/2009 by reelz

Reginald Owen | Billy Bob Thornton | Tony Cox | A Christmas Carol | Bad Santa »

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The Best Christmas Movies of All Time

24 December 2009 4:54 AM, PST | Extra | See recent Extra news »

"Extra's" counting down the best Christmas movies to watch while you anxiously await Santa and his sleigh!

The Best Christmas Movies of All TimeThe Polar Express, 2004

On Christmas Eve, a boy who is hoping to believe in the magic of Christmas boards a train that’s headed to the North Pole. The film, starring Tom Hanks, is an adaptation of the beloved book by Chris Van Allsburg.

The Santa Clause, 1994

Tim Allen stars as Scott Calvin, »

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Michael Jackson's 'This Is It' Trailer: Continuing The Tradition Of King Of Pop On Film

10 September 2009 7:43 AM, PDT | MTV Newsroom | See recent MTV Newsroom news »

This Sunday's Video Music Awards just got another dose of the King of Pop. On Tuesday, MTV announced that Janet Jackson would be opening up the show with a tribute to her late brother Michael (which is already inspiring speculation and expectations among fans). The latest news is that Sunday's broadcast of the VMAs will contain the premiere of the trailer for "This Is It," the film that incorporates rehearsal and performance footage from the shows that were supposed to make up Michael's scheduled 50-date residency at the O2 Arena in London. The film hits theaters on October 28 and will only be around for a limited two week engagement, but this Sunday's Vma show will be the first chance anybody has to check out footage from the movie.

Of course, this isn't Michael's first foray into film. Many of his music videos are quite cinematic (as well as long enough »

- Kyle Anderson

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Film Independent Announces 2009 Screenwriter’s Lab Participants

17 August 2009 3:30 PM, PDT | The Flickcast | See recent The Flickcast news »

If you’re an aspiring screenwriter which, let’s face it, you may be, one way to break into the “business” is through a lab where you work with established mentors and advisers on honing your work and getting it in the hands of the right people. One of the most prestigious and famous of these labs is the one sponsored by Film Independent, a non-profit group dedicated to fostering and nurturing creativity that also produces the Los Angeles Film Festival and the Spirit Awards.

Today, they’ve announced a new group of writers who will participate in this year’s lab. Here’s all the info about the lucky 9 participants from the official press release.

Film Independent, the non-profit arts organization that produces the Spirit Awards and Los Angeles Film Festival, has announced the screenwriters and film projects selected for its 10th annual Screenwriters Lab, sponsored by the Writers Guild of America, »

- Joe Gillis

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'The Cove' tops Nantucket fest

21 June 2009 11:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

The Audience Award for best feature at the 14th annual Nantucket Film Festival, which concluded Sunday in Nantucket, Mass., went to Louie Psihoyos' "The Cove."

The fest presented its Adrienne Shelley Excellence in Filmmaking Award, which recognizes a female filmmaker, to "Amreeka" writer-director Cherien Dabis.

The winner of Showtime's Tony Cox Screenplay Competition, which recognizes an emerging screenwriter, was Jenny Deller for her script "Future Weather."

Showtime's Tony Cox Award for Screenwriting was awarded to Mark Boal for "The Hurt Locker."

Other winners:

Showtime's Tony Cox Award for Screenwriting (best short): Adam Leon and Jack Pettibone Riccobono for "Killer"

Best storytelling in a documentary: "The Cove"

Audience award for best short: "Abuelo," directed by Mary Ann Kellogg

Teen View on Nff Award: "Charlie Thistle," directed by Bragi Schut Jr. »

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Get it while it’s hot! Promo reel for the Korean-Kiwi martial arts western ‘The Warriors Way’

9 June 2009 9:57 PM, PDT | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

I never thought I would see that day when I would write an article and when it came to choosing categories for our search options I would click both Martial Arts and Western. But here we are…

I think the last movie I saw involving Asian swordsmen plying their trade in the Western landscape was… what? And I don’t mean something like Shanghai Noon. I mean honest to goodness swordsmen hacking it out against cowboys. Once Upon A Time in China and America? Or am I going back farther to Red Sun with Bronson and Mifune? But look at this! This is a martial arts western called The Warriors Way. It was once called Laundry Warrior and either that was deemed insensitive to all the Chinese immigrants who settled in the West at that time or the title itself wasn’t appealing. So what is really going on here? »

- Mack

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Interview - Bill Nighy for "Underworld: Rise of the Lycans"

30 March 2009 | | See recent news »

  With "Underworld: Rise of the Lycans" seeing release on DVD and Blu-ray on May 12th this year, get a look at Bill Nighy's character of Viktor in the film if you missed it whilst on screen. The high-action release is directed by special effects guru Patrick Tatopoulos. The film goes two thousand years back, tracing the origins of the blood feud between the Death Dealers and the Lycans.   What's the film about? Underworld: Rise Of The Lycans delves into the origins of the centuries-old blood feud between the aristocratic vampires, known as Death Dealers, and the barbaric Lycans (werewolves). A young Lycan, Lucian (Michael Sheen), emerges as a powerful leader who rallies the werewolves to rise up against Viktor (Bill Nighy), the cruel vampire king who has persecuted them for hundreds of years. Lucian is joined by his secret lover, the beautiful vampire Sonja (Rhona Mitra), in his battle »

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In the Pipeline: Sophie Barthes

17 January 2009 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- [This evening, I'll be viewing the world premiere of Sophie Barthes' Cold Souls - so I figured I'd dust off an In the Pipeline interview we conducted with her early last year. Look for more coverage late tonite, or early tomorrow.] "You know how there’s good years for wine? This has been a good year for me.” – Sophie Barthes It would be nice to wake up next to Sophie Barthes. She’s beautiful, intelligent, talented and just so happens to be a morning person. To rise and shine with the Sundance lab alum is to bear witness to her early morning writing ritual. Ms. Barthes, who is currently in pre-production with her first feature film Cold Souls, wakes up and records her dreams. Sometimes these subconscious episodes are intriguing enough to become screenplays that go on to win Nantucket Iff’s Tony Cox Award and the interest of Paul Giamatti and producer wife Elizabeth. At least that was the case with Cold Souls. Barthes talks about the dream that sparked it all in the summer 2007 issue of Filmmaker Magazine in which she was named one of the 25 New Faces of Independent Film. »

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