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    "Apocalypse" and "Donor" World Premieres Shine at High-Spirited 2010 Sheffield Doc/Fest

    Though the Sheffield Doc/Fest has announced that it will be moving its dates to June next year due to the crowded slate of European doc fests in the fall, the fest's last November installment still had a lot going for it. Just wrapping up yesterday, the fest boasted a series of world premieres and a healthy dose of mentoring and pitching. The festival, which has rapidly grown from being primarily an industry networking event with a film festival has grown into an incredibly important event for projects-in-development to get funding and resources, a localized point for industry networking and mentoring, and a chance for industry professional...

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    AFI Fest | Firth, Rush & Hooper in LA for "King's Speech"

    Screening for the first time in Los Angeles, The King's Speech screened at Grauman's Chinese Theatre as part of AFI Fest 2010, complete with director Tom Hooper and stars Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush. Screenwriter David Seidler, for whom the project is a true passion piece, the films producers, and...

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    MoMA Picks Their Contenders for 2010

    A slew of possible awards contenders, including Tom Hooper's "The King's Speech," David Fincher's "The Social Network," and Darren Aronovsky's "Black Swan," make up The Museum of Modern Art's (MoMA) The Contenders 2010. An annual series dedicated to influential and innovative films released over the...

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    Moviefone | Three Critics: Anne Thompson, Leonard Maltin and Eric Kohn Discuss Future of 3D Movies

    Regular Moviefone contributor and indieWIRE film critic Anne Thompson recently called up her indieWIRE pals Leonard Maltin and Eric Kohn for a lively discussion about where the 3-D phenomenon might go next.

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    In the Works: Gay Media Pioneer Russo, Iraqi Girl's Harrowing Story, Adam Green, Dakota Memorial

    This week, indieWIRE's in-production column takes a look at a new doc project telling the story of gay media pioneer and activist Vito Russo, author of "The Celluloid Closet." Three works looking for funding on Kickstarter are also included: the story of an injured Iraqi girl as she gets reconstru...

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    DOC NYC Review | Jews in Love: "Five Weddings and a Felony"

    Josh Freed's "Five Weddings and a Felony" makes its world premiere at DOC NYC, New York's Documentary Festival, that runs from November 3 - 9.

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    LAT: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer files for bankruptcy

    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Hollywood's fabled and once most powerful studio, has filed for bankruptcy protection after it could no longer pay down its crippling debt or make and release new movies. The filing, made Wednesday morning, comes after MGM's leading creditors struck a deal with corporate raider ...

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    Halle Berry and Aaron Sorkin Round Out AFI Fest Special Events

    Three new events, including a conversation with Halle Berry, have been added to the full slate of Special Presentations to be offered during this year's AFI Fest, that takes place November 4 - 11 in Hollywood.

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    "Little Sparrows" Take Flight with Film Movement

    Yu-Hsiu Camille Chen's Australian film "Little Sparrows," which recently premiered at the Rome Film Festival, has been acquired for U.S. distribution by Film Movement. No release date has been set of yet.

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    NYT: Daily Variety Editor Says He's Been Fired

    The editor of Daily Variety says he's been fired. Leo Wolinsky tells the New York Times that he was dismissed Monday, less than a year after joining the venerable movie trade publication. He didn't provide details. The New York Times reports. Wolinsky joined Variety last December after more than 30 ...

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