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    DAILY NEWS: European Film Award Nominees, Raindance Winners, and iW Buzz for the Week

    DAILY NEWS: European Film Award Nominees, Raindance Winners, and iW Buzz for the Weekby Eugene Hernandez and Wendy Mitchell/indieWIRE

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    FESTIVAL: Local Hospitality and International Scope At the Viennale 2002

    FESTIVAL: Local Hospitality and International Scope At the Viennale 2002

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    DAILY NEWS: Thessaloniki Lineup; and Latino Producers Conference

    DAILY NEWS: Thessaloniki Lineup; and Latino Producers Conferenceby Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE

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    DAILY NEWS: Film Momement Acquisition; St. Louis Fest and Docs in Miami

    DAILY NEWS: Film Momement Acquisition; St. Louis Fest and Docs in Miamiby Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE with an article by Christopher Henderson

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    WORLD CINEMA REPORT: Where Did Lola Go?; German Filmmakers Raise Profile While Facing New Challenges

    WORLD CINEMA REPORT: Where Did Lola Go?; German Filmmakers Raise Profile While Facing New Challengesby Anthony Kaufman(indieWIRE: 11.06.02) -- Ever since "Run Lola Run" blazed across cinema screens three years ago, the hope of a German film renaissance has been building. With $7 million in U.S. box-office receipts, the creation of a new international star in Franke Potente, and director Tom Tykwer's launch into the world marketplace, you'd think the German industry had finally found its stride. But Teutonic movies still face a host of hurdles in the States. As one acquisitive executive notes, "You'll often hear, 'We'd never buy a German film....

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    INDUSTRY SPOTLIGHT: In the Auteur Business; Forensic Films' Scott Macaulay on the Post-'90s Indie Sc

    INDUSTRY SPOTLIGHT: In the Auteur Business; Forensic Films' Scott Macaulay on the Post-'90s Indie Scene

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    DAILY NEWS: NBC Gets Bravo; and Weekend Box Office

    DAILY NEWS: NBC Gets Bravo; and Weekend Box Officeby Eugene Hernandez and Matthew Ross/indieWIRE

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    REVIEW: An Audacious Throwback; Todd Haynes' Triumphant "Far From Heaven"

    REVIEW: An Audacious Throwback; Todd Haynes' Triumphant "Far From Heaven"

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    DAILY NEWS UPDATE: NBC/Bravo Deal; "Slaughter Rule" Deal, TLA's "Gay Guys," and a Film Festival in

    DAILY NEWS UPDATE: NBC/Bravo Deal; "Slaughter Rule" Deal, TLA's "Gay Guys," and a Film Festival in Storesby Eugene Hernandez and Matthew Ross/indieWIRE with a report by Christopher Henderson>> NBC to Acquire Bravo from Cablevision for $1.25 Billion(indieWIRE: 11.04.02) -- After weeks of speculation, NBC has announced anagreement to acquire Bravo from the Cablevision Systems Corp. for $1.25billion. The deal, which was announced this morning, does not include theremainder of Cablevision's Rainbow Media Holdings, the company's televisionprogramming arm that controls Bravo. Rainbow holdings also include theIndependent Film Channel and its IFC E...

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    Submissions for Best Foreign Language for the 75th Academy Awards

    Submissions for Best Foreign Language for the 75th Academy AwardsindieWIREAfghanistan, "FireDancer," directed by Jawed WasselAlgeria, "Rachida," directed by Yamina Bachir-ChouikhArgentina, "Kamchatka," directed by Marcelo PineyroAustria, "Geburtig," directed by Robert Schindel & Lukas StepanikBangladesh, "The Clay Bird," directed by Tareque MasudBelgium, "The Son," directed by Jean-Pierre & Luc DardenneBrazil, "City of God," directed by Fernando MeirellesBulgaria, "Warming up Yesterday's Lunch," directed by Kostadin BonevCanada, "Un Crabe Dans la Tete," directed by Andre TurpinChad, "Abouna," directed by Mahamat Saleh HarounChile, "Ogu y Mamp...

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