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Keira Knightley writes her own history in trailer for ‘Colette’

“The hands that holds the pen writes history.” The second ‘woman ghost-writing for her husband’ story to enter the Oscar fray (after August’s The Wife with Glenn Close), Colette brings us the true story of a young woman (Oscar nominee Keira Knightley, in the titular role), who pens a best-seller attributed to her famous husband (Dominic West) in turn of …

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Chloë Grace Moretz shines in trailer for gay conversion dramedy ‘The Miseducation of Cameron Post’

One of 2018’s biggest festival hits, with successful runs at San Francisco’s Frameline and International Film Festivals, Tribeca, Karlovy Vary and this year’s Sundance Film Festival, where it won the Grand Jury Prize (US Dramatic), The Miseducation of Cameron Post from director/writer Desiree Akhavan makes its official trailer debut today. At just 21, Chloë Grace Moretz has been a bubbling under star …

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Cannes Film Festival Sets 2019 Date

The Cannes Film Festival announced on their Twitter feed today the dates for the 72nd : May 14-25th, 2019. This moves the festival back to its more regular schedule of previous years. This last summer saw the festival with an earlier bow, May 8, and on a Tuesday. The new dates will keep the Tuesday start and Saturday finish. “The festival …

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Barry Jenkins shares ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ first look at Essence Fest with Regina King, Stephan James and KiKi Layne

It’s been less than two years but people have been highly anticipating the follow-up to Barry Jenkins’ Oscar-winning Moonlight, which won Best Picture, Supporting Actor for Mahershala Ali and Adapted Screenplay (for Jenkins and short story creator Tarell Alvin McCraney) at the 89th Academy Awards. He came to Essence Fest in New Orleans to share a first look at that …

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SFMOMA and SFFILM Present Modern Cinema – Black Powers: Reframing Hollywood

If you live in or near the San Francisco Bay Area this month is going to be a real cinephiles dream. Modern Cinema, with the help of SFMOMA and SFFILM, will be presenting Black Powers: Reframing Hollywood July 12–29 with seminal works of black cinema including Cheryl Dunye’s The Watermelon Woman, Leslie Harris’s Just Another Girl on the I.R.T. and Theodore …

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