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ln Theaters: Will You Be 'Playing For Keeps' With Shirtless Gerard Butler Or Rolling In 'Hyde Park' With Bill Murray?

  • By Emma Bernstein
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  • December 7, 2012 2:48 PM
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It's kind of a weird weekend at the movies, with no major release except for shirtless, hunky Gerard Butler learning about love, life and soccer or something in "Playing For Keeps." Meanwhile, arthouses get the fading Oscar chances of "Hyde Park On Hudson" starring the always awesome Bill Murray. Check out your options below and tell us where your hard-earned dollars going this weekend.

Treasures In Heaven: Exclusive Clip From The Ross Brothers' 'Tchoupitoulas'

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • December 5, 2012 1:24 PM
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December is all about spectacle and awards season seriousness, but if you need a reprieve from Hollywood's expensive grab for box office and awards, Oscilloscope Laboratories has something daringly off the beaten path and refreshingly original.

The Ross Brothers Talk The Lucky Moments Of 'Tchoupitoulas,' Capturing New Orleans At Night & Their Upcoming 'Western'

  • By Katie Walsh
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  • December 4, 2012 1:11 PM
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The filmmaking duo of the Ross Brothers (Turner and Bill) have had quite a bit of success with their first two films. “45365,” their debut, won the Grand Jury Prize at SXSW 2009 and an Independent Spirit Award in 2010, and their second, “Tchoupitoulas,” played to raves at SXSW this year as well as other festivals, and has since been picked up by Oscilloscope Laboratories and will be hitting theaters soon. Our own review from SXSW says “Tchoupitoulas” is “a fascinating development in the filmmakers' experiments with documentary storytelling, and a damn good time exploring the sights, sounds and sensations of New Orleans at night.”

Exclusive: U.S. Trailer For Celebrated Doc 'Tchoupitoulas'

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • October 18, 2012 12:07 PM
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Where does documentary end, and reality and dreams begin? That is the question many will be asking after experiencing "Tchoupitoulas," the latest documentary from Bill and Turner Ross, the makers of the small town portrait "45365." After drawing rave reviews at SXSW where it premiered earlier this year and winning awards at the Dallas, Ashland and Hot Docs film festivals, Oscilloscope Laboratories is bringing the picture to theaters, and the first trailer will you a glimpse of the special film they have put together.

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