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'Mimic' Legacy to Release on 3-Film Set in May

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The complete legacy of one deadly experiment, 'Mimic: 3-film Set' (which includes Guillermo Del Toro's Director's Cut of Mimic) will be unleashed to DVD and Bly-ray on May 1. Read the official details below.

Audiences will experience thrills and chills from the franchise that brought the epic battle of man and nature to life as Lionsgate debuts the Mimic: 3-Film Set on Blu-ray Disc this May. Available for the first time as an HD collection, the set includes Mimic: The Director’s Cut, along with Mimic 2 and Mimic 3: Sentinel – both on Blu-ray Disc for the first time and available exclusively in the set. Telling the complete story of one deadly genetic engineering experiment, each film includes a host of special features, certain to excite and terrify fans of the sci-fi series.

Mimic: The Director’S Cut Synopsis

Directed by Oscar® nominee Guillermo Del Toro (Best Writing,
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2011 Stella Artois St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase starts this Saturday

Cinema St. Louis, our city’s non-profit cinema-related event planning group, will presenting its 11th annual St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase which begins this Saturday, August 13th at the Tivoli Theater (and ends with a party on the 18th at Blueberry Hill). The showcase, sponsored by Stella Artois Beer, is a chance for St. Louis-based filmmakers to show off their art. All of these films were written, directed, edited or produced by St. Louis natives or those with strong local ties. The 16 film programs that screen at the Tivoli from Aug. 14-18 serve as St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase.s centerpiece. The programs range from full-length fiction features and documentaries to multi-film compilations of fiction and documentary shorts. Many programs include post-screening Q&As with filmmakers. Watch for more coverage of this important local event here at We Are Movie over the coming days

Here’s the schedule:

Saturday, Aug.
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All About Evil In Production! Starring Natasha Lyonne, Thomas Dekker & Cassandra "Elvira" Peterson!

All About Evil Is Currently In Production! Natasha Lyonne, Thomas Dekker, Cassandra "Elvira" Peterson, Mink Stole, Jack Donner And More Get Bloody By The Bay With Writer / Director Joshua Grannell (Aka Peaches Christ)!

San Francisco, CA, Tuesday, March 17th, 2009---

Production has kicked into high-horror gear as Joshua Grannell is shooting his first feature film All About Evil in March. Grannell has written the Evil script and is directing the dark comedy, set in San Francisco.

All About Evil centers around a mousy librarian, who has inherited her father's beloved but failing old movie house. In order to save the family business she discovers her inner serial killer -- and a legion of rabid gore fans -- when she starts turning out a series of grisly shorts. What her fans don't realize yet is that the murders in the movies are all too real.

Grannell is in his 12th year
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Sundance nabs 'Mommie' rights

Sundance nabs 'Mommie' rights
The Sundance Channel has acquired all U.S. rights to Mark Rucker's directorial debut Die Mommie Die, a 2003 Sundance Film Festival Jury Prize honoree. Sundance will release the comedy theatrically as part of its recently announced Sundance Film Series, which will feature four films released in 10 cities in the fall. Michael Winterbottom's In This World and Mark Decena's Dopamine were the first two Film Series releases to be announced. Written by and starring Charles Busch, Die Mommie Die was created as an ode to the Ross Hunter-style big-screen soaps of the 1960s and features Busch as a fallen pop diva whose husband discovers that she's having an affair with a tennis pro and has him killed. What follows is a comedic mixture of whodunits and double-crossings. Die Mommie Die was produced by Dante Di Loreto and Anthony Edwards of Aviator Films and Bill Kenwright of Bill Kenwright Films. It was executive produced by Lonny Dubrofsky and co-stars Frances Conroy, Philip Baker Hall, Natasha Lyonne, Jason Priestley and Stark Sands.

SFIFF closes as pair of pics share audience prize

SFIFF closes as pair of pics share audience prize
SAN FRANCISCO -- As the 46th Annual San Francisco International Film Festival ended Wednesday night, the audience award for favorite narrative feature was shared by two films -- the Maori fable Whale Rider, by New Zealand director Niki Caro, distributed by Newmarket Films, and The Cuckoo, Russian director Alexander Rogozhkin's anti-war comedy distributed by Sony Pictures Classics. As the favorite documentary, moviegoers selected Lisa Denker and Charlotte Lagarde's look at female surfing pioneer and community activist Rell Kapolioka'ehukai Sunn, titled Heart of the Sea: Kapolioka'ehukai. Runner-up for documentary favorite was Franny Armstrong's Drowned Out, a study of the devastation caused by India's Narmada River dam project. The festival concluded with a screening of Mark Decena's San Francisco-based feature Dopamine at the Castro Theatre. Since its April 17 opening with Alan Rudolph's marital comedy, The Secret Lives of Dentists, the festival drew a record 94,500-plus attendants -- up 5% from last year -- to its 200 films from 46 countries.

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