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The 80th Academy Awards: If I had been a voter

7 August 2017 2:00 PM, PDT | Hollywoodnews.com | See recent Hollywoodnews.com news »

Here we go again folks! As promised (though perhaps a bit later than initially planned), I’m diving back into the world of previous Oscar ceremonies. This time, I have my sights set on the 80th Academy Awards ceremony. You should know the drill by now. I’m going to state what I would have picked in the major eight categories if I had been lucky enough to have been able to vote. In most cases, it deviates from the actual winner. You’ll see how much that was the case this time around, and sit tight, as I do hope to make this a bit more of a consistent thing (excuse the gap again) and really go back as far as I can go. Until then, just enjoy this new one… Alright then, once again here goes nothing ladies and gentlemen…behold my picks for this particular ceremony: Best »

- Joey Magidson

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Wamg Giveaway – Win The Dinner Blu-ray – Stars Richard Gere

1 August 2017 4:26 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Based on the international best seller of the same name, The Dinner, a dark pyshological thiller about how far parents will go to protect their children, arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD) and DVD on August 8th from Lionsgate. Boasting powerful performances from an all-star cast, including Golden Globe winner Richard Gere (2003, Best Actor – Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, Chicago), Oscar nominee Laura Linney (2007, Best Actress, The Savages), Oscar nominee Steve Coogan (2013, Best Picture,Philomena), Oscar nominee  Chloë Sevigny (1999, Best Supporting Actress, Boys Don’t Cry), and Golden Globe nominee Rebecca Hall (2009, Best Actress – Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, Vicky Christina Barcelona), the film was nominated for Best Film at the 2017 Berlin International Film Festival. Written and directed by Oscar nominee Oren Moverman (2009, Best Writing, Original Screenplay, The Messenger), The Dinner Blu-ray and DVD include audio commentary with Moverman and Linney and a photo gallery and will be available for »

- Tom Stockman

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Laura Linney: 'Having a child later in life has been wonderful'

28 July 2017 3:17 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

She was a lying needy sister in Savages, an apple pie innocent in Tales of the City – and now, in Ozark, she’s fleeing Mexican drug barons. The star talks about Hugh Grant’s career, working with the wrong people, and the joys of late motherhood

It is a mark of how resistant she is to typecasting that when someone stops Laura Linney in the street and says “I love you in … ” she never knows how the sentence will end. “There are the Tales of the City fans, and they’re rabid,” she says. “There are the Love Actually fans, who are fantastic. There’s the John Adams group. There’s the indie crowd – You Can Count on Me, The Savages, The Squid and the Whale. And then there’s the theatre people.”

If there is a common strand to her roles it is their marginality; time and again she »

- Emma Brockes

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The Dinner Starring Richard Gere and Rebecca Hall Arrives on Blu-ray and DVD August 8th

26 July 2017 11:25 AM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Based on the international best seller of the same name, The Dinner, a dark pyshological thiller about how far parents will go to protect their children, arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD) and DVD on August 8from Lionsgate. Boasting powerful performances from an all-star cast, including Golden Globe winner Richard Gere (2003, Best Actor – Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, Chicago), Oscar nominee Laura Linney (2007, Best Actress, The Savages), Oscar nominee Steve Coogan (2013, Best Picture,Philomena), Oscar nominee  Chloë Sevigny (1999, Best Supporting Actress, Boys Don’t Cry), and Golden Globe nominee Rebecca Hall (2009, Best Actress – Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, Vicky Christina Barcelona), the film was nominated for Best Film at the 2017 Berlin International Film Festival. Written and directed by Oscar nominee Oren Moverman (2009, Best Writing, Original Screenplay, The Messenger), The Dinner Blu-ray and DVD include audio commentary with Moverman and Linney and a photo gallery and will be available for the »

- Tom Stockman

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Laff 2017 Women Directors: Meet Elizabeth Rohrbaugh— “Becks”

13 June 2017 10:01 AM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

Becks

Elizabeth Rohrbaugh is writer and director based in NYC. Her documentary, “The Perfect Victim,” was on the PBS series “America Reframed” after premiering at the Hot Springs International Film Festival. The film won a Telly Award and was nominated for a Silver Gavel Award. Rohrbaugh previously worked as a writer and director at MTV, where she won an Emmy Award and multiple Ctam Awards.

Becks” will premiere at the 2017 La Film Festival on June 15. The film is co-directed by Daniel Powell.

W&H: Describe the film for us in your own words.

ER: “Becks” is the story of an aimless singer-songwriter who moves back in with her mom, a former nun, after her cross-country move to be with her long-distance girlfriend ends in disaster. After weeks of moping, Becks begins exploring her hometown of St. Louis in a half-baked attempt to put her life back together.

She begins singing and playing music at her friend’s bar where she finds catharsis in playing her breakup music. She meets and befriends the wife of the guy who outed her at prom and starts giving her guitar lessons.

As she struggles to put the pieces of her life together she learns to look at her past from a new perspective and works to let go of co-dependent relationships.

W&H: What drew you to this story?

ER: This story is loosely inspired by a very good friend of mine, Alyssa Robbins, whose music is used throughout the film. She is a singer-songwriter and teacher who was going through a difficult breakup during a time that I was back in my hometown of St. Louis.

She found herself back home with her mom and began touring through the Midwest performing her music at local bars and clubs. She came through St. Louis and played at a tiny retro 24-hour diner on a Sunday night and the show was bizarre and beautiful, and filled with an odd but enthusiastic crowd.

The cathartic and honest nature of her performance even left the owner — a gruff man likely in his mid 70s — in tears as he reflected on his relationship with his own daughter. I left that evening feeling like I had lived a scene from a movie, and became drawn in as I reflected on my own place in life.

Despite the fact that from an outside perspective it would seem that Alyssa and I lived very different lives, we were actually in the exact same place — too old to not have our shit together and too young to be having our respective midlife crises.

Dan Powell and I had been working to collaborate on a feature narrative together and were throwing ideas around when I told him about this experience. We became very inspired by the idea of using a real person as the basis for a character — finding a way to practically incorporate her music, and creating a modern musical.

W&H: What do you want people to think about when they are leaving the theater?

ER: I would like for the audience to leave the theater feeling inspired and moved to make an active change in their lives. I know — that’s a tall order.

I hope that people will love the music and the incredible performances from Lena Hall, Mena Suvari, Christine Lahti, and Dan Fogler, and will feel touched by the film’s ending.

I hope that the characters feel like real to life, complex, and fully formed people. I would like to send the message that people are messy and imperfect beings, and that nobody really has it figured out.

W&H: What was the biggest challenge in making the film?

ER: Honestly, as far as production goes I had a glorious, amazing, life-changing experience. I had so much fun and Dan and I work splendidly together. It was my first time co-directing and it was wonderful. The entire shoot came together very quickly and having two directors allowed us to give attention to details that could have otherwise gone ignored had we not had the bandwidth.

Finding our key location was very difficult as we needed to be able to find a spot in the NYC area that could pass for suburban St. Louis and had no time and no money. Ultimately I found a place on Airbnb that was perfect and that we could afford.

For me personally, I was in the middle of moving two children and a household from St. Louis to Brooklyn and basically had to ignore living in squalor out of boxes for a couple of months. My parents and husband were incredibly supportive taking me off mom-duty entirely during prep and shooting.

W&H: How did you get your film funded? Share some insights into how you got the film made.

ER: Our funding came from Dan and my’s production companies, Irony Point and Outer Borough Pictures respectively, along with an investment from Tony Hernandez at Jax Media. Jax also provided us with all of our office space for pre-production and production.

We have a stellar beast of a producer, Alex Bach, who was masterful at making this film happen. I still don’t know quite how she pulled it off with our budget.

Dan and I have also been working in the industry for a decade each and called in all of the favors we had waiting for us.

W&H: What does it mean for you to have your film play at Laff?

ER: I am thrilled and excited and also a nervous wreck! But that is just who I am. I actually love observing an audience watch my work to gauge their reactions to lines, jokes, emotional scenes, and so forth.

To be able to premiere our first feature at one of the top indie film festivals in the country is a dream for me — probably in the way that some people dream about their wedding. I fantasize about film festivals.

W&H: What’s the best and worst advice you’ve received?

ER: The worst advice I have received — I will not mention who gave it — is that in a relationship only one person can have a focused career, particularly when kids come around. I very briefly followed that advice and was very depressed and unfulfilled. I have since discovered that my professional passions are a large part of my relationship and my family as a whole, and have become a much happier person as a result.

The best advice I have received, from my husband, was to start career and life coaching, which I have done with Betsy Capes at Capes Coaching. It has helped me remove the clutter of insecurity and distraction and helped me focus on getting what I want. It has been a phenomenal way to find my career path.

W&H: What advice do you have for other female directors?

ER: My advice is generic but true, which is that this is quite hard and takes a long time. Do this if you love it and if you love it then do it all the way. Make stuff as much as you can. Save up and make a short. But make sure that the script is on point and the casting is the best that it possibly can be — that you have prepared everything.

Hire the best people you can possibly afford, trust them to be professionals, and know what they are talking about. Develop friendships with talented people who you can collaborate with for years to come. Look at your peers — these are the people you will come up with so begin working together now. Develop a shorthand. And trust your vision above all else.

W&H: Name your favorite woman-directed film and why.

ER: “Slums of Beverly Hills” by Tamara Jenkins. I haven’t seen it for years and have no idea if it holds up. “The Savages” is probably technically a better movie as I think her style became more nuanced and sophisticated, but I still love “Slums” more.

I was shown her shorts at Nyu in a film class and was immediately obsessed. She spoke the female coming-of-age language in such a fresh and different way and I adored it. I love Kevin Corrigan as the romantic interest in “Slums” and Natasha Lyonne is amazing.

After I saw the shorts I requested an interview with her for a class. She let me come to her apartment and interview her, which devolved into me professing my admiration and asking if I could work for her for free. She politely declined.

W&H: There have been significant conversations over the last couple of years about increasing the amount of opportunities for women directors yet the numbers have not increased. Are you optimistic about the possibilities for change? Share any thoughts you might have on this topic.

ER: I deeply hope that more female filmmakers are recognized by the film community. From my time as a film student at Nyu I have always been aware that this is a male-driven industry and it takes chutzpah to persist in a field where you may not always be taken seriously.

That said, I have had tremendous mentors, male and female, who have supported me wholeheartedly throughout my career. I love working with female crew members on set and feel that it lends itself to a very collaborative process.

When we wrapped “Becks” I said that my life goal is just to get to do this again and again and again. I can only hope that the work resonates with a wide audience because that will ultimately prove our worth.

Unfortunately, getting a movie made is difficult and there is no rule book. I think we need to just keep pushing, and making stuff and moving forward. I’m writing another screenplay right now and will crawl through the mud to get it made.

Laff 2017 Women Directors: Meet Elizabeth Rohrbaugh— “Becks” was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »

- Joseph Allen

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Win ‘Sully: Miracle on The Hudson’ Merchandise and Blu-ray™

20 April 2017 3:15 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

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Witness the dramatic and heroic story behind the historic plane landing that captured the world’s attention, and the previously untold events that followed, in Sully: Miracle On The Hudson, on Digital Download and 4K Blu- ray™, Blu-ray™ and DVD now. To celebrate, Warner Bros. are giving 2 lucky readers the chance to win a copy of the film on Blu-ray™ and a merchandise prize bundle, which includes a copy of Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger’s biography Miracle On The Hudson, a hoodie, a Sully T-Shirt, a duffle bag, a cap and a world clock.

On Thursday, January 15th 2009, the world witnessed the “Miracle on the Hudson” when Captain Chesley Sullenberger glided his disabled plane onto the frigid waters of the Hudson River, saving the lives of all 155 aboard. However, even as Sully was being heralded by the public and the media for his unprecedented feat of aviation skill, »

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Tamara Jenkins to Direct “Private Life,” Starring Kathryn Hahn and Molly Shannon

20 March 2017 11:02 AM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

Tamara Jenkins: Nyu Tisch School of the Arts

It’s been a decade since Tamara Jenkins released her last film, but the writer-director has a project on the way, and it sounds amazing: “Private Life,” a Netflix original film, will star Kathryn Hahn (“Bad Moms”), Paul Giamatti (“Billions”), and Molly Shannon (“Divorce).

Variety reports that the drama centers on a couple (Hahn and Giamatti) “in the throes of infertility, trying to maintain their marriage as they descend deeper and deeper into the weird world of assisted reproduction and domestic adoption.” Shannon, who recently won an Independent Spirit Award for her supporting turn in “Other People,” plays a friend of the couple.

Stefanie Azpiazu (“Enough Said”) and Anthony Bregman (“Foxcatcher”) are producing, and filming is slated to kick off next month.

Jenkins most recently directed “The Savages.” The critically-acclaimed 2007 dramedy centers on adult siblings (Laura Linney and Philip Seymour Hoffman) dealing with their father’s ailing health. The film earned her an Oscar nomination for Best Original Screenplay. Jenkins also wrote and directed the 1998 cult classic “Slums of Beverly Hills,” starring Natasha Lyonne (“Orange Is the New Black”).

“Writing is weird and lonely and makes you grumpy and strange,” Jenkins has said of the writing process. She emphasized, “To write you really should be writing every single day to keep the muscle going. But then if you write and make a movie, the year of working on the movie goes by and then you’re supposed to start writing again and you have kind of forgotten how.”

Tamara Jenkins to Direct “Private Life,” Starring Kathryn Hahn and Molly Shannon was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »

- Laura Berger

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‘The Savages’ Director Tamara Jenkins Returns With New Netflix Drama ‘Private Life’

18 March 2017 2:12 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

After nearly a decade-long absence, director Tamara Jenkins is finally returning with a long-overdue new feature called “Private Life.” The acclaimed director will write and direct the Netflix drama. “The Circle” producers Anthony Bregman (“Synecdoche, New York“) and Stefanie Azpiazu (Nicole Holofcener‘s “Enough Said“) are on board to produce.

Continue reading ‘The Savages’ Director Tamara Jenkins Returns With New Netflix Drama ‘Private Life’ at The Playlist. »

- Tess Bonn

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Netflix May Pan and Scan Its Original Movies and TV Series to Better Accommodate Mobile Watchers

17 March 2017 1:29 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Netflix plans to explore delivering mobile-specific cuts of its original titles. Earlier in the week, the company’s chief product officer Neil Hunt said during a press briefing that the streaming giant is looking into this possibility as a way to better accommodate the growing number of people watching films and TV shows on their smart phones and iPads.

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“It’s not inconceivable that you could take a master [copy] and make a different cut for mobile,” Hunt said, as reported by The Verge.

Although Netflix currently doesn’t have different cuts for the various viewing platforms, “it’s something we will explore over the next few years,” Hunt added. The executive shared the news during a two-day event with journalists at Dolby Laboratories and Netflix’s headquarters in San Francisco, ahead »

- Yoselin Acevedo

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Netflix May Pan and Scan Its Original Movies and TV Series to Better Accommodate Mobile Watchers

17 March 2017 1:29 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Netflix plans to explore delivering mobile-specific cuts of its original titles. Earlier in the week, the company’s chief product officer Neil Hunt said during a press briefing that the streaming giant is looking into this possibility as a way to better accommodate the growing number of people watching films and TV shows on their smart phones and iPads.

Read More: St. Patrick’s Day: 7 TV Episodes on Netflix That Are Even Better Than a Pot of Gold

“It’s not inconceivable that you could take a master [copy] and make a different cut for mobile,” Hunt said, as reported by The Verge.

Although Netflix currently doesn’t have different cuts for the various viewing platforms, “it’s something we will explore over the next few years,” Hunt added. The executive shared the news during a two-day event with journalists at Dolby Laboratories and Netflix’s headquarters in San Francisco, ahead »

- Yoselin Acevedo

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Andrew Dominik to Direct Tom Hardy in Navy Seal Drama ‘War Party’

16 March 2017 12:29 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Andrew Dominik hasn’t made a feature film since 2012’s “Killing Them Softly,” but that’s all about to change in a very big way. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Dominik is set to direct Tom Hardy in a Navy Seal drama called “War Party,” which is expected to be based on a true story. Further plot details are being kept under wraps.

Read More: Why Martin Scorsese’s Netflix Deal Is The Future of Cinema (And That’s Ok)

Netflix reportedly made a seven-figure deal for the movie based on a pitch. It’s the latest high profile film to find a home with the streaming service, which is increasingly attracting some of the most well known directors in the business. This summer, David Michod and Bong Joon-ho have new films debuting on Netflix (“War Machine” and “Okja,” respectively), while Martin Scorsese has joined the streaming bandwagon for his $100-million gangster movie “The Irishman. »

- Zack Sharf

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‘The Savages’ Director Tamara Jenkins to Helm Molly Shannon-Starring Netflix Drama ‘Private Life’

16 March 2017 9:49 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

It’s been exactly 10 years since Tamara Jenkins made her last feature film, “The Savages.” Now, the director returns with “Private Life,” as reported by Variety. The Netflix drama stars Molly Shannon, who just won an Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Female for her role in “Other People,” where she plays a mother dying of cancer.

Read More: John Krasinski to Direct Emily Blunt in Supernatural Thriller ‘A Quiet Place

Per the film’s official plot synopsis, the film follows “Richard and Rachel, a couple in the throes of infertility, [who] try to maintain their marriage as they descend deeper and deeper into the weird world of assisted reproduction and domestic adoption. When their doctor suggests third party reproduction, they bristle. But when Sadie, a recent college drop out, re-enters their life, they reconsider.” Read More: Jennifer Aniston Joins Cast of Anne Fletcher’s ‘Pitch Perfect’-Esque Indie Teen Comedy

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- Yoselin Acevedo

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‘The Savages’ Director Tamara Jenkins Returns with ‘Private Life’

15 March 2017 9:05 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

This year will mark a decade since the release of The Savages, the second feature from Slums of Beverly Hills director Tamara Jenkins. Starring Laura Linney and Philip Seymour Hoffman, it was a powerfully-acted, perceptive look at familial struggle, and we’ve been waiting ever since for her follow-up. 10 years later, it is finally coming and a cast has already been set.

Financed and distributed by Netflix, Private Life stars Paul Giamatti, Kathryn Hahn, Molly Shannon, and John Carroll Lynch. Jenkins’ script follows a married couple (Giamatti and Hahn) who are struggling with infertility and its damaging effect on their relationship, but when their niece offers up her eggs, things change. Shannon, who picked up an Indie Spirit award for Other People this year, will play the niece’s mother, while Lynch plays Giamatti’s brother and Shannon’s husband.

Produced by Anthony Bregman and Stefanie Azpiazu (Enough Said, Indignation »

- Jordan Raup

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February 2017 VOD Releases Include Stake Land II, Xx, Arrival, The Blackcoat’S Daughter

1 February 2017 11:20 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Well, we’ve made it to another month, which means we have a bunch of new VOD releases to look forward to throughout February. If you are looking to escape the winter doldrums while keeping safe and snug on your couches, you have plenty of horror and sci-fi titles arriving digitally in the coming weeks to keep you busy and out of the brutal winter chill.

February’s VOD offerings kick off with Katee Sackhoff in Don’t Knock Twice from IFC Midnight, and for those of you with Dish services, the psychological thriller Lavender makes its bow on that platform beginning February 3rd. The Oscar-nominated Nocturnal Animals arrives on Digital HD on February 7th, the very same day that Stake Land II gets released courtesy of Dark Sky Films.

If you missed Arrival in theaters, Paramount Pictures will release the film On Demand beginning February 14th (following its January »

- Heather Wixson

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Michael Shannon’s Nocturnal Animals hits video in February

24 January 2017 2:15 PM, PST | Comicmix.com | See recent Comicmix news »

Universal City, California, January 23, 2017 – Exploring the thin lines between love and cruelty, and revenge and redemption, Academy Award® nominees Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal star as a divorced couple discovering dark truths about each other and themselves in Nocturnal Animals, coming to Digital HD on February 7, 2017, and Blu-ray™, DVD and On Demand on February 21, 2017, from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. Also starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Avengers: Age of Ultron) in his Golden Globe® Award-winning role, Nocturnal Animals on Blu-ray™ and DVD comes with an exclusive behind-the-scenes featurette about the making of the film including an inside look with writer/director Tom Ford.

In the haunting romantic thriller of shocking intimacy and gripping tension from acclaimed writer/director Tom Ford (A Single Man), Susan (Amy Adams) is in an unfulfilling second marriage when she receives a package containing a manuscript from her ex-husband, Edward (Jake Gyllenhaal). Moved by Edward’s writing, Susan cannot »

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Nocturnal Animals Blu-ray, DVD, VOD & Digital HD Release Details & Cover Art

24 January 2017 9:18 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Deadly deceptions abound in Tom Ford’s Nocturnal Animals, coming out on Blu-ray, DVD, and VOD on February 21st following its February 7th Digital HD debut, and we have a look at the film’s home media cover art and list of bonus features.

Press Release: Universal City, California, January 23, 2017 – Exploring the thin lines between love and cruelty, and revenge and redemption, Academy Award® nominees Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal star as a divorced couple discovering dark truths about each other and themselves in Nocturnal Animals, coming to Digital HD on February 7, 2017, and Blu-ray™, DVD and On Demand on February 21, 2017, from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. Also starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Avengers: Age of Ultron) in his Golden Globe® Award-winning role, Nocturnal Animals on Blu-ray™ and DVD comes with an exclusive behind-the-scenes featurette about the making of the film including an inside look with writer/director Tom Ford.

In the haunting romantic »

- Derek Anderson

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