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    INTERVIEW: Coming To America, With a Few Surprises; Marlo Poras on "Mai's America"

    INTERVIEW: Coming To America, With a Few Surprises; Marlo Poras on "Mai's America"

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    DAILY NEWS: The Weekend Box Office; Palms Springs Fest News and Belladona in Production

    DAILY NEWS: The Weekend Box Office; Palms Springs Fest News and Belladona in Productionby Eugene Hernandez, Brian Brooks and Wendy Mitchell/indieWIRE>> Soderbergh Stumbles at the Box Office, Evans Still Strong

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    FESTIVAL: Cultural Portraits Amid Political Upheaval -- A Report from the Jerusalem Film Festival

    FESTIVAL: Cultural Portraits Amid Political Upheaval -- A Report from the Jerusalem Film Festival

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    DAILY NEWS: 2002 No Borders Slate; and Walsh's "Pipe Dream" Acquired

    DAILY NEWS: 2002 No Borders Slate; and Walsh's "Pipe Dream" Acquiredby Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> IFP/New York Sets No Borders Slate at Trimmed Down IFP Market

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    WORLD CINEMA REPORT: Scarlet Divas and Dancing Corpses; Will Audiences Still Seek Exploitation Art-P

    WORLD CINEMA REPORT: Scarlet Divas and Dancing Corpses; Will Audiences Still Seek Exploitation Art-Pics?by Anthony Kaufman(indieWIRE: 08.05.02) -- Complete with graphic sex, Special K overdoses, lost love, and a little Catholic redemption, Italian bad girl Asia Argento's directorial debut "Scarlet Diva" (opening at New York's Cinema Village this Friday) is that rare cinematic oddity -- somewhere between art and exploitation -- which continues to draws a small, but devoted fan base in the United States. But how small and how devoted?"It really depends on how you position the film," says Carl Morano, of Media Blasters Releasing, a five-year-old...

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    REVIEW: Getting Shallow In Hollywood; Soderbergh's Messy "Full Frontal"

    REVIEW: Getting Shallow In Hollywood; Soderbergh's Messy "Full Frontal"

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    DAILY NEWS: HBO and Newmarket Team Up on "Real Women"; and PBS Expands Independent Lens

    DAILY NEWS: HBO and Newmarket Team Up on "Real Women"; and PBS Expands Independent Lensby Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> "Real Women Have Curves" to Hit Theaters Via Joint HBO/Newmarket Effort; Move Comes as Cable-Branded Arthouse Distribution Outfits Emerge

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    INDUSTRY SPOTLIGHT: DV Approaches the Mainstream; InDigEnt's Gary Winick on the Digital Evolution

    INDUSTRY SPOTLIGHT: DV Approaches the Mainstream; InDigEnt's Gary Winick on the Digital Evolution

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    2002 Venice Film Festival Lineup

    2002 Venice Film Festival Lineup

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    DAILY NEWS: Venice 2002 Line up; Sony Gets Shane Meadows' Film; and the LA Latino Fest Winners

    DAILY NEWS: Venice 2002 Line up; Sony Gets Shane Meadows' Film; and the LA Latino Fest Winnersby Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE with an article by DavidLieberman>> "Frida" Set to Open 59th Venice Festival; de Hadeln Sets Slate for Revamped Event

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