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"Caprice" screenings in New York City this Tuesday and Wednesday!

17 October 2011 12:22 PM, PDT | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

NYC Horror fans take note: you've got plans this Tuesday and Wednesday. Smart, funny and intense in equal measure, indie-horror flick Caprice is getting its New York premiere with a two-night exclusive engagement at The House of Yes in Brooklyn. Centered around a spellbinding lead performance by Renee Thrasher (better known to New Yorkers as burlesque star Stormy Leather), Caprice will screen both nights accompanied by live music, burlesque performances and other surprises, all for the modest admission fee of $10 at the door (doors open at 10pm). 

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- justin@fangoria.com (Fangoria Staff)

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"Caprice" screenings in New York City this Tuesday and Wednesday!

17 October 2011 12:22 PM, PDT | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

NYC Horror fans take note: you've got plans this Tuesday and Wednesday. Smart, funny and intense in equal measure, indie-horror flick Caprice is getting its New York premiere with a two-night exclusive engagement at The House of Yes in Brooklyn. Centered around a spellbinding lead performance by Renee Thrasher (better known to New Yorkers as burlesque star Stormy Leather), Caprice will screen both nights accompanied by live music, burlesque performances and other surprises, all for the modest admission fee of $10 at the door (doors open at 10pm). 

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- justin@fangoria.com (Fangoria Staff)

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James Cromwell Headlining Canadian Indie Still For Director Michael McGowan

28 September 2011 8:06 AM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Oscar nominee James Cromwell has joined the cast of Still, Michael McGowan.s Canadian independent film shooting currently in northern Ontario and Brunswick. Cromwell joins fellow Oscar nominee and Canadian native Geneviève Bujold (Anne of the Thousand Days, The House of Yes) to tell the story of an elderly couple forced to battle local authorities as they try and construct a home. McGowan, who opened the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival with his Score: A Hockey Musical, has assembled a cast with deep Canadian roots. In addition to Bujold, Still features Canuck actors Rick Roberts, Julie Stewart and Jonathan Potts, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Representing America in the Great White Northern cast will be Campbell Scott. Anytime an indie can lure a marketable, awards-caliber star like Cromwell, it.s an instant boost to the production. This is McGowan.s fifth feature, and while he is a name in his »

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"Judy Moody" and the Rarity of Indie Family Films

10 June 2011 9:03 AM, PDT | ifc.com | See recent IFC news »

When John Schultz was in elementary school, his favorite classroom activity was when the teacher would hand out a vocabulary list of 20 words and he would have to write a story that employed all of them. "I loved that challenge of here's what you have to work with. Make it work," Schultz said.

It shouldn't be all that surprising then that the director is making his third indie feature, but it is refreshing that with this week's "Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer," he's aiming to entertain today's elementary school kids by working in the indie world's least prolific genre, the family film. Oddly, in the considerably more ungoverned area of the medium that's wide open to personal coming-of-age stories and cinematic anarchy, few are made with the intention of appealing to all audiences.

Less unusual has been Schultz's career path, though it still might strike some as peculiar. »

- Stephen Saito

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Oscars: “The Fighter” editor Pamela Martin on David O. Russell, “Raging Bull” and her first nom

16 February 2011 8:47 AM, PST | Hollywoodnews.com | See recent Hollywoodnews.com news »

By Sean O’Connell

Hollywoodnews.com: You never can tell when that first Oscar nod will arrive. So on the morning that nominations for the 83rd annual Academy Awards were announced, Pamela Martin admits that she was in bed with the TV off.

“When I heard my husband’s cell phone ping at 6 a.m., and then I heard mine downstairs start going ping ping ping, I figured there was some good news,” Martin said with a big laugh.

The best kind of news, in fact. Martin received her first Oscar nomination for her work editing David O. Russell’s Best Picture-nominated “The Fighter.” And while she was able to bask in the glow of industry recognition for a few minutes, reality immediately pulled this grounded professional right back down to earth.

“I work full-time, and I’m a mother,” Martin said. “Even the morning of the nominations, I started »

- Sean O'Connell

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Mark Waters to Direct Beatles Time Travel Comedy ‘Get Back’?

28 January 2011 11:30 AM, PST | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

We only recently got our first look [1] at Mark Waters' latest film, the Jim Carrey-starring Mr. Popper's Penguins, and already the director is negotiating a deal for his follow-up project. He's in line to direct Get Back, a comedy about two die-hard Beatles fans who, upon discovering a time machine, travel back in time to prevent John Lennon from ever meeting Yoko Ono, who they blame for breaking up the group. Learn more after the break. The film is of course titled after the popular Beatles song, which is perfect not only in terms of its time travel connotations, but also in that the song is the closing track of The Beatles' final album Let It Be -- making it, in a sense, their last song before they broke up. That's a nice bit of cleverness from writer Chris McCoy, whose script for the film was featured on »

- Adam Quigley

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