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Sydney Film Festival – Lovelace review

By Simon Miraudo June 11, 2013 Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman are fine documentarians. They struggle, however, to breathe life into their narrative features. Howl, a portrait of Allen Ginsberg and the publishing of his incendiary book of poetry, was basically turned into a drab courtroom drama, and not even some animated illustrations of Ginsberg’s […]

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Poster Debut: Lovelace

The first poster for the upcoming film based on Deep Throat star Linda Lovelace, played by¬†Amanda Seyfried, has been released by¬†Latino-Review. The poster disappointingly comes across as bland and a touch predictable. It’s hard to tell what kind of movie Lovelace actually is, but we can probably expect something on the serious and unconventional side […]

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Hugh Hefner biopic in the works

Everyone’s favourite elderly lothario Hugh Hefner is set to be the subject of a new biopic at Warner Bros, Deadline reports. Jerry Weintraub will produce the film, focusing on Hefner’s founding of Playboy magazine, and how he became “godfather of the sexual revolution” and used the magazine “to champion civil rights and free speech” (Deadline’s […]

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