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  1. Filmmakers should make movies showcasing Indian heritage: Subhash GhaiRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | DNA India

    'Showman' Subhash Ghai says he would like to see directors making more films that showcase Indian heritage to the international audience. 'Showman' Subhash Ghai says he would like to see directors making more films that showcase Indian heritage to the international audience.

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  2. Six degrees: from Peta Credlin to Natalia KillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Sydney Morning Herald

    The Prime Minister's chief-of-staff was dubbed a "Horsewoman of the Apocalypse" by Liberal Party treasurer Phil Higginson, adding to nicknames the Boss, the Cockroach and the Bringer of Pestilence. Higginson warned that his refusal to sign the party's accounts would bring Credlin "out of her den ... black robes flowing", making the sun black as sackcloth of goat's hair, the moon blood-red and Bill Shorten the future prime minister.

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  3. Spanish film recounts '60s meeting with LennonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | SFGate

    Winner of six Oscar-equivalent Goya Awards, "Living Is Easy With Eyes Closed" builds its story around a 1966 meeting between teacher Juan Carrion and John Lennon in the Spanish coastal village of AlmerA a. There, Lennon took a break from filming "How I Won the War" to discuss Beatles lyrics that Carrion used to teach English to his students.

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  4. The Penn Is Mightier, But The Gunman Is StrainedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Phoenix New Times

    In the action thriller The Gunman , Sean Penn, at age 54, looks neither old nor young. He's been in training to look this age for a long time.

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  5. 'Living is Easy with Eyes Closed': Franco's Spain seen via Beatle maniacal lensRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Examiner.com

    "Living is Easy with Eyes Closed" is both a line from the first verse of the Beatles' " Strawberry Fields " as well as the title of director and writer David Trueba's latest work. Based on a true story, the film is set in Spain, 1966, where Franco's autocratic government has been in power for 27 years.

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  6. Movie review: In 'Human Capital,' the lifestyles of the rich and obliviousRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Salt Lake Tribune

    Life is cheap for the super-rich who infest the world of "Human Capital," a stinging portrayal of decadent wealthy and the people desperate to join them. Director/co-writer Paolo Virzi transfers American author Stephen Amidon's novel to Milan, where wheeler-dealer Giovanni Bernaschi and his family have the most impressive mansion around.

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  7. Why Liam Neeson is the ultimate action hero in Run All NightRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Canberra Times

    Mobster Jimmy Conlon has one night to figure out where his loyalties lie: with his estranged son Mike, whose life is in danger, or his best friend, a mob boss who wants Mike to pay for the death of his own son. One of the few big laughs Neil Patrick Harris got on Oscar night was for his introduction of Liam Neeson.

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  8. Allen West: My Personal Message to the Woman Who Wants American Sniper BannedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Right Wing News

    Former congressman and retired Lt. Col. Allen West seldom minces words. After hearing that a Muslim woman wants the hit film "American Sniper" to be banned because it depicts violence against Muslims, Col.

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  9. We Can't Wait #2: Ricki and the FlashRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Filmexperience.blogspot.com

    " DIANA ROSS . CHER " - Davide Your suscription dimes make an enormous difference to The Film Experience in terms of stability and budget to dream bigger.

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  10. 'Chainsaw' Tommy May, Famed Key Grip in Hollywood, Dies at 81Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Hollywood Reporter

    "Chainsaw" Tommy May , who worked on such films as The Greatest Story Ever Told , Rooster Cogburn and Postcards From the Edge as one of the top key grips in Hollywood, has died. He was 81. May died Feb. 23 in his longtime home in Granada Hills, his wife of 57 years, Jody , told The Hollywood Reporter .

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  11. Diane Kruger endures a 'hungover' workout before jetting out of her native GermanyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Daily Mail

    A big night does not stop Diane Kruger from having a big morning in the gym - but it certainly ensures it hurts more than usual. The 38-year-old was looking - and no doubt feeling - a little worse for wear on Wednesday after a big red carpet event the night before in Germany.

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  12. John Wayne's Acting Credentials: Awards and Highlights of His Storied CareerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | News Max

    Many minor awards poured in for the Duke throughout his career, but one major honor seemed out of reach - until the legend was 62 years old and he won an Oscar for acting in "True Grit." An interviewer for Playboy asked if it meant much to him .

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  13. TV HighlightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Sunday Herald

    There's nothing like an authored documentary to really get a debate started, so it's to be hoped that this opinionated and hard-hitting programme will prompt some answers to the questions it poses. The "author" in question is broadcaster, writer and sometime politician Trevor Phillips, also a former head of the Commission for Racial Equality.

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  14. 'Community spirit at its very best' - vicar's praise for people ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Evening News

    'Community spirit at its very best' - vicar's praise for people who came together to help pay for Norwich man's final journey and goodbye The procession of David Daniels' body down Vauxhall Street and back to Winchester Tower as a mark of gratitide to the people of the street who raised the A A 1500 needed to transport his body from Essex back to Norwich. Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

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  15. Lily James claims a corset gave her a tiny waist in her new film...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Mail on Sunday

    It's what Lily James claims gave her a tiny waist in her new film, so could a Cinderella corset magic away your mum tum? Picture the scene. Mid-afternoon in a suburban bedroom, and I am summoning my husband.

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  16. The Gunman Mainly Makes You Think About Sean Penn's Face, and That's a ProblemRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | LA Weekly

    In The Gunman , Sean Penn, at age 54, looks neither old nor young. He's been in training to look this age for a long time.

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  17. Mondo Kicks Off Terrence Malick Poster Series with 'Badlands' PrintRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Firstshowing.net

    If there are any Terrence Malick fans out there looking for more ways to display their love for the filmmaker's unique work in cinema, Mondo now has you covered. The collectible arthouse just announced that there's a whole series on the way that will honor the films of Malick, who has directed movies such as Tree of Life, The Thin Red Line and forthcoming films like Knight of Cups.

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  18. Government Spending: Billions made in improper payments, report findsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | The Bennington Banner

    Witness Judy Rivers, left, listens as Daniel Bertoni, director, Education, Workforce, and Income Security, testifies before a Senate Committee on Monday. WASHINGTON >> Federal agencies made $125 billion in improper payments last year, including tax credits to people who didn't qualify, Medicare payments for treatments that might not be necessary and unemployment benefits for people who were actually working, said a government report released Monday.

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  19. The Penn is Mightier Than The GunmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | OC Weekly

    In the action thriller The Gunman , Sean Penn, at age 54, looks neither old nor young. He's been in training to look this age for a long time.

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  20. Living Is Easy With Eyes Closed stays near the surfaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | The Georgia Straight

    As the 20th century recedes, few legends remain larger than that of the Beatles. And the enigmatic John Lennon still holds the most sway.

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