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    DAILY NEWS: Sante Fe Festival Lineup; "Chicago" in Palm Springs; and "Left of Center" Films

    DAILY NEWS: Sante Fe Festival Lineup; "Chicago" in Palm Springs; and "Left of Center" Filmsby Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE with an article byChristopher Henderson>> Santa Fe Fest To Present 130 Films From 17 Countries(indieWIRE: 11.18.02) -- The third-annual Santa Fe Film Festival willpresent more than 20 U.S. or Southwestern premieres from December 4-8 in NewMexico, organizers announced. In total, the emerging festival will screenmore than 130 films from 17 countries.The festival opens with the dual screenings of Todd Loiuso's "Love Liza"starring Philip Seymour Hoffman as a web designer coping with his wife'sunexpected suicid...

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    INTERVIEW: Scare Tactics in the Bible Belt; George Ratliff's "Hell House"

    INTERVIEW: Scare Tactics in the Bible Belt; George Ratliff's "Hell House"

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    REVIEW: Egoyan's Cool Intellectualism Takes on Genocide

    REVIEW: Egoyan's Cool Intellectualism Takes on Genocide

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    DAILY NEWS: indieWIRE: BUZZ for Friday, November 15

    DAILY NEWS: indieWIRE: BUZZ for Friday, November 15by Wendy Mitchell/indieWIRE

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    REVIEW: Unlikely Homegrown Korean Hit Reaches U.S. Shores; Lee Jung-Hyang's "The Way Home"

    REVIEW: Unlikely Homegrown Korean Hit Reaches U.S. Shores; Lee Jung-Hyang's "The Way Home"

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    DAILY NEWS: Hubert Bals Fund Projects and Ft. Lauderdale Winners

    DAILY NEWS: Hubert Bals Fund Projects and Ft. Lauderdale Winnersby Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE

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    DAILY NEWS: Landmark Deal and Independent Lens Lineup

    DAILY NEWS: Landmark Deal and Independent Lens Lineupby Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks

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    WORLD CINEMA REPORT: Can Foreign Heat Thaw Wintry World Market? New Films from Milan, Copenhagen, an

    WORLD CINEMA REPORT: Can Foreign Heat Thaw Wintry World Market? New Films from Milan, Copenhagen, and Belgiumby Anthony Kaufman(indieWIRE: 11.13.02) -- Sneak peeks at new films from Robert Altman and Francois Ozon energized what has been a lackluster market for the buying and selling of movies at last week's Mifed ("Mercato Internazionale del Film e del Documentario") in Milan, Italy. The 69th edition of the fall market (which ran November 3-7) showcased new studio product for foreign buyers (Alan Parker's "The Life of David Gale," Quentin Tarantino's long-awaited "Kill Bill") as well as notable auteur projects such as Altman's "The Company,"...

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    INTERVIEW: Padre, Padre: Mexico's Native Son Gael Garcia Bernal Stars in the Controversial "The Crim

    INTERVIEW: Padre, Padre: Mexico's Native Son Gael Garcia Bernal Stars in the Controversial "The Crime of Father Amaro"

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    DAILY NEWS: The Weekly Box Office;Sundance/NHK Finalists and Education at EFA Conference

    DAILY NEWS: The Weekly Box Office;Sundance/NHK Finalists and Education at EFA Conferenceby Eugene Hernandez/indieWIRE with a report by Caroline Wells

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