By Indiewire | Indiewire November 7, 2008 at 2:49AM
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Roadside Goes "Solo"
The company has acquired Ramin Bahrani's "Goodbye Solo." [HR]
Spielberg and "Old Boy"?
Spielberg and Will Smith are talking about taking on the remake of "Old Boy." [VAR]
Considering Robert Frank
Manohla Dargis reflects on the films of the photographer, ahead of “Mapping a Journey: The Films & Videos of Robert Frank,” opening today at the Anthology Film Archives in NYC. [NYT]
Absurdity of Political, Oscar Link
Patrick Goldstein discounts talk of a Oscar and Election blog buzz. [LAT]
Remembering New Line
Kristin Thompson: "It seems a good occasion to look at what effect the folding-in of New Line Cinema into a unit within Warner Bros. early this year has had on the international independent film market." [BORDWELL]
IFC, Celluloid Pact
10 films from Celluloid Dreams are headed to IFC's cable VOD platform. [VAR]