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    TRIBECA '08 | Competition Slates Set for 7th Tribeca Fest

    Set for April 23 - May 4, 2008, the Tribeca Film Festival has unveiled the competition and Encounters slates for the upcoming Manhattan event. Touting a "streamlined selection" of 122 feature films, festival organizers are boasting 55 world premieres, 10 international premieres, 26 North American pr...

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    REVIEW | Quiet Anger: David Gordon Green's "Snow Angels"

    [EDITOR'S NOTE: Steve Ramos reviewed David Gordon Green's "Snow Angels" following its world premiere at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival.]

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Fighting for Life" Director Terry Sanders

    Two-time Academy Award winning director-writer-producer Terry Sanders has accumulated a long and eclectic resume in his six decades in the film industry. From directing 1966's "The Legend of Marilyn Monroe" to producing 1994's "Maya Lin: A Clear Strong Vision," Sanders has brought much to the histor...

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    SXSW '08 INTERVIEW | "Paper Covers Rock" Director Joe Maggio

    EDITORS NOTE: This is part of a series of interviews, conducted via email, profiling directors who have films screening at the 2008 South By Southwest Film Festival.

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    DOC COLUMN | Documentary Shorts Are Seeing New Opportunities For Life

    Tim Sternberg's wife was working in India and while visiting, he stumbled onto a story--an aging father and his son who project old films into a darkened box for poor kids to watch--that he wanted to film. As is often the case with creative folks, he bounced ideas off of friend Francisco Bello who w...

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    AWARDS WATCH | The Oscars: "No Country" Wins Best Picture; Coens Named Best Director

    Ethan Coen and Joel Coen's "No Country For Old Men" was the winner of four big Oscars at the 80th Academy Awards tonight in Southern California. The film was named best picture of the year and the Coens won awards for directing and their adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's novel, while Javier Bardem won...

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    ND/NF '08 | "Frozen River" to Open 37th New Directors/New Films; International Titles Abound

    The 37th New Directors/New Films will open with Courtney Hunt's debut feature, "Frozen River," at The Museum of Modern Art, Wednesday, March 26. This year's edition includes 26 features and six shorts as well as an HBO Films roundtable. Starring Melissa Leo and Misty Upham in the story of two women...

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    BERLIN '08 DISPATCH | Life in London: Madonna and Mike Leigh In Berlinale Spotlight

    Her first feature may have been made relatively under the radar -- at least for a woman of her stature -- but iconic actress/author and all around uber pop star, now turned filmmaker, Madonna nevertheless made quite a splash in Berlin today. She landed on the cover of local tabloids ahead of the wo...

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    BERLINALE '08 NOTEBOOK | Digging Past the Competition Where Austrian and Italian Films Shine

    Personally, I'm always relieved to see a new Hong San Soo film -- perhaps because I know, when I do, that our friends at the New York Film Festival automatically have one less slot to fill. (And if there's a new Wes Anderson or Michael Haneke too, well, the programme practically selects itself!) Unu...

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    REVIEW | Shooting the Messenger: George A. Romero's "Diary of the Dead"

    There's a tendency in some high and low circles to instantly enshrine any new work from classic horror-meister George A. Romero, good-natured, jocular guy that he is, as a way of validating not only his formidable zombie oeuvre but also the seventies horror movie canon itself. Always the most overt ...

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