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Sundance Film Festival Unveils Episodic Programming Section

Six months prior to the first day of the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, Sundance Institute has unveiled a TV-centric Indie Episodic section and announced the return of “The New Climate” strand of environmental work. Festival organizers announced Tuesday that feature film, short film, episodic and Virtual Reality submissions are being accepted via Withoutabox, with early dea… Variety

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‘Outlander’: Claire Adjusts to Present-Day Life in Season 3 Trailer

Claire (Caitriona Balfe) is struggling to readjust to her present-day life in the trailer for the upcoming third season of “Outlander.” The season finds Claire haunted by the memories of the life and people she left behind in the 18th century, while giving a half-hearted attempt the fix the relationships with the people she’s returned to in 1948. Pregnant with ...

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Durban FilmMart Recognizes Works in Progress From Across Africa

The Durban FilmMart, the industry development program of the Durban Intl. Film Festival and Durban Film Office, has wrapped its latest edition with an awards ceremony showcasing a range of works-in-progress from across the African continent, including a documentary that follows the life of one of Kenya’s leading political activists, a portrait of three women fighting for the rights of sex ...

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As Trump News Cycle Swirls, TV News Bets on Interest in O.J. Simpson

Ashleigh Banfield, the veteran TV-news reporter, has been wandering around this week in the 110-degree heat of Las Vegas. By the time Thursday rolls around, things in that rollicking city are likely to get even hotter. Banfield is hoofing around Nevada to cover the July 20th parole hearing of O.J. Simpson, the one-time NFL great whose acquittal in the 1994 murder of ...

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