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Anne (Interview with a Vampire) Rice's book Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt to be made into a film

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Novelist Anne Rice'S 2005 book Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt  (Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf, a division of Random House, Inc)which imagines Jesus at the ages of 7-8 is being made into a film slated for release sometime in 2013.  Rice originally had a movie deal with Good News Holdings, but that fell apart in 2009, and the project was shelved indefinitely. But after watching The Stoning of Soraya M, Rice felt like she'd found the right person to bring her story to the silver screen: Am...

The Prestige Tesla's magic, Bowie's mystique

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After the little liked and little seen Canadian drama, Mr Rice’s Secret, in 2000, David Bowie makes a stylish return to movies as brilliant Serb-born scientist Nikola Tesla – the only character based on a real historical figure in Christopher Nolan’s new film, The Prestige. Tesla’s life and work are every bit as magical as the film’s subject matter, reports Andrew L. Urban, and Bowie gives him a profound mystique.The first time you see him on screen, there is a moment of hesitation; yo...

Vermont International Film Festival awards

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The 16th Vermont International Film Festival, October 13 -16, 2005, was held in downtown Burlington. It wrapped announcing its awards. The Vermont International Film Festival celebrates the independent spirit of films by providing a forum for stories dealing with issues of global concern. This year the Festival will feature more than 60 compelling films with distinctive styles, techniques and structures, ranging from social commentaries, travel diaries, and political tracts, to experimental sh...
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