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    DAILY NEWS: Academy Celebrates 75 with Series of Best Picture Winners

    DAILY NEWS: Academy Celebrates 75 with Series of Best Picture Winnerswith an article by Brian Brooks/indieWIRE

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    FESTIVAL: Uncomfortable, Stupid, or Fascinating: NY Underground Film Fest Runs The Gamut

    FESTIVAL: Uncomfortable, Stupid, or Fascinating: NY Underground Film Fest Runs The Gamut

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    DAILY NEWS: Miramax Cuts; "The Cockettes" Return, the Golden Trailer Awards Announced and THINKFilm

    DAILY NEWS: Miramax Cuts; "The Cockettes" Return, Golden Trailer Awards Announced and THINKFilm's New Venturewith articles by Eugene Hernandez, Matthew Ross and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> 75 Miramax Staffers Lose Jobs(indieWIRE/03.18.02) -- Media outlets called it a "bloodbath" this weekend,reporting on Friday's cutting of about 75 employees at Miramax. Thecompany's staff size had grown by nearly 17 percent since October accordingto reports. Friday's cuts have erased that expansion.The Associated Press reported that the cuts came from all departments of thecompany, taking the positions of midlevel executives and assistants in NewYork, Los Ange...

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    REVIEW: Three's Company; "Y Tu Mama Tambien" has Sex, Style and Politics

    REVIEW: Three's Company; "Y Tu Mama Tambien" has Sex, Style and Politics

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    DAILY NEWS: Avignon in NYC; SF Gay Fest Highlights

    DAILY NEWS: Avignon in NYC; SF Gay Fest Highlightswith articles by Brian Brooks and Wendy Mitchell/indieWIRE>> Avignon Comes to New York During April Festival(indieWIRE/03.15.02) -- The U.S. premiere of Rupert Julien's "Phantom ofthe Opera" is slated to open the 8th Avignon/New York Film Festival onApril 15th with a new classical accompaniment to be performed live byJean-Francois (piano) and Thierry Escaich (organ). Avignon brings theGallic festival, which takes place in the French city of the same name inlate June, to America with highlights of the event along with premieres ofFrench and European work and American features, retrospectives ...

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    FESTIVAL: Toxic Avengers and Dubya; South By Southwest Midway Report

    FESTIVAL: Toxic Avengers and Dubya; South By Southwest Midway Report

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    DAILY NEWS: Gay Film Awards; Philly Fest Plans

    DAILY NEWS: Gay Film Awards; Philly Fest Planswith articles by Matthew Ross and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> A Little Glitter for Oscar Weekend; Gay Film Awards Announced(indieWIRE/03.14.02) -- With the annual awards show weekend only one week away,a new event honoring gay-themed films has been announced that should help kickoff the festivities. On Friday, March 22, two days before the Oscars and oneday prior to the Independent Spirit Awards, the first annual Hollywood GayFilm Awards will take place at the Gay & Lesbian Center Village Theater, Ed Gould Plaza in Hollywood.Described as "an evening to celebrate the theaters, film festivals,distrib...

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    FESTIVAL: Los Angeles Film Festival 2002 Lineup

    FESTIVAL: Los Angeles Film Festival 2002 Lineup

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    FESTIVAL: Thessaloniki's Two Worlds: Nightlife Throbs Outside, But Documentaries Offer Sobering Real

    FESTIVAL: Thessaloniki's Two Worlds: Nightlife Throbs Outside, But Documentaries Offer Sobering Realities

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    DAILY NEWS: SXSW Winners; Italian at BAM

    DAILY NEWS: SXSW Winners; Italian at BAMwith articles by Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> SXSW Honors "Manito" and "Spellbound" With Top Jury Awards[EDITOR'S NOTE: Based on an earlier SXSW announcement, Eric Byler's "Charlotte Sometimes," which shared the Narrative First Film prize with Tony Shalhoub's "Made Up," was not included in the winners article].(indieWIRE/03.13.02) -- Winners were announced yesterday at SXSW in Austin,with Eric Eason winning the jury award for best narrative feature for"Manito." The film, which debuted at Sundance this year, is described by thefestival as the story of two brothers from Washington Height...

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