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'Blair Witch' sequel follows original's trail
Shot on a shoestring with cheap video cameras and unknown actors, "The Blair Witch Project" established the "found-footage" sub-genre, redefining horror and breathing new life into indie filmmaking.
 
Acing it
Actress and model Bianca Bai (白歆惠), seen in this photo provided by Hualien Media International, said during a promotional event for the movie "Ace of Sales" (銷售奇姬) that she underwent professional training to speak like the TV shopping network host that she plays in the film. She also said that she is not an impulse shopper in real life.
 
The true story of a young boy separated from his family and his 25-year journey to find them in Garth Davis's first film "Lion" roared at the Toronto film festival Sunday.
 
Philippine film wins Golden Lion
Philippine film "The Woman Who Left," a revenge tale shot in black and white by director Lav Diaz, won the top Golden Lion prize at the Venice Film Festival on Saturday.
 
'Snowden' director Stone urges Obama to issue pardon
Patriot, dissident or traitor? A new film by anti-establishment director Oliver Stone starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt as NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden asks audiences to weigh in.
 
In festival-hit 'Moonlight,' growing up black and gay
The shimmering glow of Barry Jenkins' "Moonlight," a poetic coming-of-age tale told across three chapters about a young gay black kid growing up in a poor, drug-ridden neighborhood of Miami, has lit up this year's fall film festival circuit like no other film.
 
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are sharing Emmy gold as "Saturday Night Live" hosts.
 
In festival-hit 'Moonlight,' growing up black and gay
The shimmering glow of Barry Jenkin's "Moonlight," a poetic coming-of-age tale told across three chapters about a young gay black kid growing up in a poor, drug-ridden neighborhood of Miami, has lit up this year's fall film festival circuit like no other film.
 
Youth radicalization explored on silver screen
The radicalization of young Muslims, an uprooted girl's search for identity and post-adolescents on a path to spread terror overseas bloodied the silver screen at the Toronto film festival Friday.
 
Jerry Lewis shows quiet, sensitive side in drama `Max Rose'
There's no trace of the elastic-faced comic in this new film (expanding Friday), though Lewis is in every frame. Even as he sits down to discuss coming out of retirement to take what is likely his last leading role, the 90-year-old entertainer is uncharacteristically gentle and sincere.
 
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