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“20th Century Women” – Review (4 of 5 Stars)

Writer, director Mike Mills set the bar as high as the clouds with “Beginners,” the triumphant and beautiful mostly-autobiographical story of his father, a man (played by an unencumbered Christopher Plummer) who, after a long and hapless marriage, announces he’s gay the very week he’s diagnosed with cancer.

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SAG-AFTRA Holds Largest Rally Of Video Game Strike

During a major rally today in Los Angeles, SAG-AFTRA members called for the 11 struck video game corporations to end their bargaining standoff. Members contend the long-running strike can be concluded with a fair agreement benefiting both sides.

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Governor Deal announces new goals in State Address

Deal focused on accentuating accomplishments over his tenure as governor while discussing his recommendations for the upcoming year, invoking Georgia songwriter Johnny Mercer’s 1944 single, “Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive,” in his speech.

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AJFF Announces Inaugural Jury for 2017 AJFF

For years, the jury of public opinion has cast their ballots for the annual AJFF Audience Awards. In addition to the existing Audience Awards for Best Narrative, Best Documentary and Best Short, there will be new Jury Prizes in these same categories.

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Unabomber drama Manifesto to film in Atlanta

The drama will focus on FBI profiler Jim Fitzgerald, whose old-school linguistic skills eventually helped catch Ted Kaczynski, a recluse known as the Unabomber who sent explosives through the mail over the course of nearly 20 years.

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The launch of Georgia’s Undead Trail

The launch of Georgia’s Undead Trail was Dec. 29. A brochure will take visitors on a 93-mile journey through urban landscapes and trendy downtowns that have all been the backdrop of television series depicting zombies and vampires.

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