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Andrew Garfield, Gemma Arterton On Board For Robert Capa Biopic

24 December 2010 11:46 PM, PST | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

With biopics already a go for Lincoln and Hoover, it seems reasonable that Hollywood would get behind one about someone a little less famous. The Michael Mann-directed Capa about Spanish Civil War photographer Robert Capa is finally picking up steam after months of idling. Word is he.s found his two leads, and it.s very hard to argue with either of his choices. According to Total Film, Andrew Garfield has been cast as Capa himself, while Gemma Arterton will play his partner and lover Gerda Taro. The script will reportedly follow the acclaimed novel Waiting For Robert Capa, which means the flick will likely cover exclusively or almost exclusively his time shooting the Spanish Civil War. I.ll stop short of calling that limited scope a shame, but it is at least noteworthy that Capa led a fascinating life outside the Spanish Civil War. Not only did he »

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Celebrate Veterans Day With Foo Fighters, Drowning Pool

11 November 2010 6:00 AM, PST | MTV Newsroom | See recent MTV Newsroom news »

Today is Veterans Day in the United States. While Memorial Day pays tribute to people who gave their lives in military service to the country, Veterans Day has a more celebratory air. It's a day reserved for all veterans of service across all of the branches of the military, whether they served during wartime or simply gave their service in times of peace. In many ways, the military is the most important government program running, as those in service not only defend us but also provide assistance in dangerous areas around the world and assist those in need within our borders as well.

Veterans Day is celebrated on November 11 because it is the anniversary of the end of World War I (an Armistice was signed on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918, signifying the end of major combat in one of the most brutal »

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Hot Docs 2010: Space Tourists Review

29 April 2010 9:08 PM, PDT | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

If there is one thing I can accuse of acclaimed director Christian Frei (War Photographer), it is that he somehow made a boring documentary about space exploration. This is not an insult to him or his film, it is kind of the raison d'etre, because humanity has somehow taken the majesty and the glory of the Soviet and American Space Race, and turned it into a mundane commodity for the rich and surprisingly the poor as well. From Neil Armstrong's famous words from the moon, to a Pizza Hut logo on one of the space shuttle rocket boosters, we've come a long way from that starry eyed ideals of the final frontier. And the beleaguered Russian space program, gutted at the collapse of the Soviet Union more than a decade ago, relies on selling the 'third seat' on its Soyuz rockets to various rich software engineers or the founder »

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First Run Falls Ill to 'Altiplano'

3 March 2010 12:46 PM, PST | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Peter Brosens and Jessica Woodworth's sumptuous looking Altiplano has been picked up by the First Run folks. Since it preemed in the Critic's Week section, the film has followed in the same path as their debut film Khadak - heavy festival play and multi-territory sales. - Peter Brosens and Jessica Woodworth's sumptuous looking Altiplano has been picked up by the First Run folks. Since it preemed in the Critic's Week section, the film has followed in the same path as their debut film Khadak - heavy festival play and multi-territory sales. War photographer Grace, devastated after a violent incident in Iraq, renounces her profession. Her Belgian husband, Max (played by Olivier Gourmet) is a cataract surgeon working at an eye clinic in the high Andes of Peru. Nearby, the villagers of Turubamba succumb to illnesses caused by a mercury spill from a local mine. Saturnina, a young woman in Turubamba, »

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