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Godzilla-breath Cutting Room for June 5

First off, you still have time to submit your films to Film Streams for their 2015 Local Filmmakers Showcase. Second, should you do so, you will be judged by bad asses. This year’s jury was just announced and if you’re an indie music fan, brace thineself. Sarah Bohling, Orenda Fink, Teal Gardner and several staffers at Saddle Creek Records will decide your film’s fate! I’m sure there’s something cooler than knowing...

Baker4 Cutting Room for May 29

If you love the movies, you’re gonna hate this news (which will need no further explanation): Rick Baker is retiring. For those who don’t know, Rick is the practical effects mastermind who has done everything from Star Wars to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.” With CGI seemingly everywhere, Baker hasn’t had as much of the kind of work he enjoys, so he’s hanging up his fake blood and face paints. Mad Max: Fury Road may...

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The-craft-the-craft-26169291-1200-766 Cutting Room for May 15

I get to be James Bond. That’s the deal. They named the next Spider-Man actor and, go figure, it’s another British dude. Asa Butterfield will be your new, very young, Spidey. He follows Andrew Garfield, also a Brit. Superman? Played by an English bloke. Christian Bale was Batman for ages there. It’s not fair. Turnabout is only fair play. So either you make me James Bond or you make Felicia Day the Doctor in “Doctor...

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