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    FESTIVAL: From Tom Clancy to Michael Moore to Documents of Local Tragedy, Sarajevo Fest Addresses Vi

    FESTIVAL: From Tom Clancy to Michael Moore to Documents of Local Tragedy, Sarajevo Fest Addresses Violence in All Its Forms

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    DAILY NEWS: indieWIRE: BUZZ for 08.26.02; Indican Acquires Three Titles

    DAILY NEWS: indieWIRE: BUZZ for 08.26.02; Indican Acquires Three Titlesby Wendy Mitchell/indieWIRE>> IndieWIRE: BUZZ for August 26, 2002

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    DAILY NEWS ALERT: Paul Speaker Exits Madstone Amidst Restructuring, New Yorker Team To Head Distrib

    DAILY NEWS ALERT: Paul Speaker Exits Madstone Amidst Restructuring, New Yorker Team To Head Distributionby Matthew Ross/indieWIRE

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    DAILY NEWS: IFC Shuts Next Wave; Goldwyn Grabs Controversial Mexican Hit; IFP Sets Doc Line-Up

    DAILY NEWS: IFC Shuts Next Wave; Goldwyn Grabs Controversial Mexican Hit; IFP Sets Doc Line-Upby Eugene Hernandez and Matthew Ross/indieWIRE>> IFC Shuts Next Wave Films Arm

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    WORLD CINEMA REPORT: Another "Crouching Tiger": Korea Sustains Boom with Blockbusters and Auteurs

    WORLD CINEMA REPORT: Another "Crouching Tiger": Korea Sustains Boom with Blockbusters and Auteursby Anthony Kaufman(indieWIRE: 08.22.02) -- Watch out, Hollywood. Add South Korea to a growing list of national cinemas (see France and India) with the right dose of big-budget blockbusters and prolific auteurs to draw in local audiences and stir up international interest. Last year, homegrown works nabbed the top five spots at the country's box office with an estimated 49.1 percent market share, beating out American studio product like "Shrek," "Harry Potter," and "Pearl Harbor." And all over the world, Korean masters like Im Kwon Taek (best direc...

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    REVIEW: Mork Goes Wacko, But This Is No Comedy; Mark Romanek's "One Hour Photo"

    REVIEW: Mork Goes Wacko, But This Is No Comedy; Mark Romanek's "One Hour Photo"by Scott Foundas/indieWIRE

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    DAILY NEWS: Toronto Line-Up Announced; CUFF Goes "Proto-Punk"

    DAILY NEWS: Toronto Line-Up Announced; CUFF Goes "Proto-Punk"by Matthew Ross and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> Toronto 2002 Line-Up Boasts 343 Films From 50 Countries

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    INTERVIEW: Self-Empowerment by Way of the Midriff; Raja Amari's "Satin Rouge"

    INTERVIEW: Self-Empowerment by Way of the Midriff; Raja Amari's "Satin Rouge"

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    DAILY NEWS: NYFF Sets Eclectic Line-Up; "Good Girl" Still Good at the Box Office; Woodstock Welcome

    DAILY NEWS: NYFF Sets Eclectic Line-Up; "Good Girl" Still Good at the BoxOffice; Woodstock Welcomes "Velocity" and "Heaven"by Eugene Hernandez, Matthew Ross, and Wendy Mitchell/indieWIRE>> NYFF Unveils Eclectic, Balanced 2002 Line-Up

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    REVIEW: A Undisputed Master, but Still Unknown in the U.S.; de Oliveira Returns at Age 93 with "I'm

    REVIEW: A Undisputed Master, but Still Unknown in the U.S.; de Oliveira Returns at Age 93 with "I'm Going Home"

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