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    DAILY NEWS: Ebert's Overlooked Fest; "Promises" Subjects Still in U.S.

    DAILY NEWS: Ebert's Overlooked Fest; "Promises" Subjects Still in U.S.with articles by Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> Ebert's Fest Sets Slate of Overlooked Films(indieWIRE/04.15.02) -- Roger Ebert's Overlooked Film Festival kicks offnext week in Champaign, IL, running April 24-28 at the VirginaTheater. Films selected to screen at the annual event are programmed byEbert on an invitation-only basis.Among the movies set to for this year's festival are David Gordon Green's"George Washington," Paul Cox' "Innocence," Dan Cohen's "Diamond Men," James Ivory's "A Soldier's Daughter Never Cries," Michael Gilio's "Kwik Stop," and Tamineh...

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    DAILY NEWS: ON THE SCENE: A Week of Parties and Events in NYC -- David O. Russell, "The Last Waltz,

    DAILY NEWS: ON THE SCENE: A Week of Parties and Events in NYC -- David O. Russell, "The Last Waltz," "Human Nature," and "Manito"with articles by Eugene Hernandez/indieWIRE(indieWIRE/04.12.02) -- The New York City film scene felt a bit like a filmfestival this week, with a number of events, parties and premieres jammingthe early Spring calendar.MoMA Honors David O. RussellOn Wednesday night, The Museum of Modern Art kicked off what is intended tobe a new annual film event. Dubbed "A Work in Progess," the benefit wasdesigned, in the words of organizers, to pay tribute to the career andartistic vision of a young film director. New Yorker David ...

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    INTERVIEW: Anne-Sophie Birot Talks Adolescent Girls with "Girls Can't Swim"

    INTERVIEW: Anne-Sophie Birot Talks Adolescent Girls with "Girls Can't Swim"

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    DAILY NEWS: New PBS Doc Series; "Star Wars" at Tribeca

    DAILY NEWS: New PBS Doc Series; "Star Wars" at Tribecawith articles by Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> Thirteen/WNET New York to Produce Issues Doc Series for Public Television(indieWIRE/04.11.02) -- Thirteen/WNET New York, a major program provider forpublic television, announced it will produce a new original program, "WideAngle," a weekly series of one-hour documentaries focusing on issues of"global consciousness."Topics ranging from environmental politics, migration, race, economics,women's rights, corruption, and global media will receive in-depth coverage.Each episode of "Wide Angle" will begin with a short segment that pl...

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    INTERVIEW: Not Quite Human: Michel Gondry Makes The Leap To Features With "Human Nature"

    INTERVIEW: Not Quite Human: Michel Gondry Makes The Leap To Features With "Human Nature"

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    FESTIVAL: A Focus on Storytelling; DoubleTake Doc Fest Enters New Era As Full Frame

    FESTIVAL: A Focus on Storytelling; DoubleTake Doc Fest Enters New Era As Full Frame

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    DAILY NEWS: "Lagaan" Wins Big; Showtime's Queer Plans; "Hollywood Ending" in San Francisco; and Scor

    DAILY NEWS: "Lagaan" Wins Big; Showtime's Queer Plans; "Hollywood Ending" in San Francisco; and Scorsese in Canneswith articles by Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> "Lagaan" Tops Indian Academy Awards; Acclaimed Film to Hit America in May(indieWIRE/04.10.02) -- "Lagaan," the acclaimed Indian film, has swept theannual Indian International Film Awards (IIFA) winning 10 prizes, among thembest film, best director, best actor, best lyrics, and best music direction.Set to open in New York City on May 10th, the 225 minute film will also bereleased in select cities later this year by Sony Pictures Classics.Written and directed by Ashutos...

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    FESTIVAL: Focus on the Filmmaker: New Directors/New Films Showcases Impressive Debuts From Home and

    FESTIVAL: Focus on the Filmmaker: New Directors/New Films Showcases Impressive Debuts From Home and Abroad

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    DAILY NEWS: "Y Tu Mama" Hits It Big; Method Fest Plans

    DAILY NEWS: "Y Tu Mama" Hits It Big; Method Fest Planswith articles by Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> Big Weekend for IFC Films and "Y Tu Mama Tambien"; Spanish-Language Movie Approaching $3 Million at the Box Office, Fueled by Latino Audience

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    DAILY NEWS: SF Fest News; Seattle Fest Prize Winner

    DAILY NEWS: SF Fest News; Seattle Fest Prize Winnerwith articles by Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> SFIFF to Open With "Thirteen Conversations"; Fest Names New International Advisory Board(indieWIRE/04.08.02) -- Jill Sprecher's "Thirteen Conversations About OneThing" will open the 45th San Francisco International Film Festivalon April 18 at the historic Castro Theatre, organizers announced. Accordingto a release, the film "revolves around fate and the effects ofseemingly random events on the lives of both lovers and strangers." Thefilm stars Matthew McConaughey, Clea DuVall, John Turturro, Alan Arkin, and Amy Irving portraying...

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