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    REVIEW: 2001 Sundance Winner Finally Hits Screens; Gosling Shines in "The Believer"

    REVIEW: 2001 Sundance Winner Finally Hits Screens; Gosling Shines in "The Believer"

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    DAILY NEWS: Cannes Welcomes Woody; Traction Media Unveiled; and Maui Lineup

    DAILY NEWS: Cannes Welcomes Woody; Traction Media Unveiled; and Maui Lineupwith articles by Eugene Hernandez, Matthew Ross and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE >> Allen Takes the Stage in Cannes, Opens 55th Festival de Cannes(indieWIRE: 05.16.02) -- Woody Allen made his long-awaited stroll up the redcarpeted steps of the Palais on Wednesday night in France, kicking off the55th Festival de Cannes. Alongside his wife Soon-Yi, DreamWorks exec Jeffrey Katzenberg, and actors from his opening night film, "Hollywood Ending," the director arrived to fanfare and rows upon rows of paparazzi (the proceedings were broadcast live on the Independent Film Channel her...

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    DAILY NEWS: Cannes Ready for Close-up; CineVegas Lineup; Sundance Channel and Criterion

    DAILY NEWS: Cannes Ready for Close-up; CineVegas Lineup; Sundance Channel and Criterionwith articles by Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE >> Cannes Kickoff, Festival Opening Tonight with a "Hollywood Ending"(indieWIRE: 05.15.02) -- Its opening day on the Croisette as the 55thFestival de Cannes kicks off tonight in France with Woody Allen's latest,"Hollywood Ending." The Dreamworks picture, which has already opened in the United States, follows last year's Hollywood studio entry, "Moulin Rouge.""The French have been for 25 years, 30 years now, very supportive of me.Very affectionate to me," Allen told indieWIRE recently, "I've shown ...

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    WORLD CINEMA REPORT: Ready, Set, Cannes: Betting for the Best

    WORLD CINEMA REPORT: Ready, Set, Cannes: Betting for the Bestby Anthony Kaufman(indieWIRE: 05.15.02) -- For your average acquisitions executive, the bleary-eyed 10 days to come at the Cannes Film Festival are a highpoint of their cinema-going year thus far. There's Sundance, of course, where they travel in suspicious packs, stressed out and wary of competitors ready to overspend on films with little futures. Then there are Rotterdam and Berlin, a one-two punch of esoteric gems and overly hyped international co-productions, which follow so closely together that most in the film business forego seeing their loved ones for weeks on end. The fall...

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    FESTIVAL: Concrete Meets Celluloid at Tribeca; Scorsese Presents His Favorite New York Films

    FESTIVAL: Concrete Meets Celluloid at Tribeca; Scorsese Presents His Favorite New York Films

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    DAILY NEWS: Newport Lineup; Cowboy Gets Toback Film, Human Rights Watch Plans and Lions Gate Buys "

    DAILY NEWS: Newport Lineup; Cowboy Gets Toback Film, Human Rights Watch Plans and Lions Gate Buys "The Hard Word"with articles by Eugene Hernandez and Matthew Ross/indieWIRE >> Newport Fest Sets Lineup for 5th Festival(indieWIRE: 05.14.02) -- Once the Cannes Film Festival wraps up later thismonth, a series of regional film festivals will run throughout the month ofJune in the United States. Among them is the acclaimed Newport InternatonalFilm Festival (June 4 - 9) in Rhode Island."The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood" will open the festival, whileGary Winick's digital picture, "Tadpole," will close the festival. Specialscreenings this y...

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    FESTIVAL: Reclusive Authors, Alien Brains and Female Condoms: Competition Highlights from Tribeca

    FESTIVAL: Reclusive Authors, Alien Brains and Female Condoms: Competition Highlights from Tribeca

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    DAILY NEWS: Tribeca Fest Wrap-up: Event Honors NYC Films Amidst Large Crowds and Silenced Skeptics;

    DAILY NEWS: Tribeca Fest Wrap-up: Event Honors NYC Films Amidst Large Crowds and Silenced Skeptics; Brooklyn Fest Also in the Spotlightwith articles by Eugene Hernandez, with reporting by Brian Brooks, Wendy Mitchell and Erin Torneo >> TRIBECA 2002: New York Stories "Roger Dodger" and "Manito" Win TopTribeca Narrative Awards(indieWIRE: 05.13.02) -- Dylan Kidd's "Roger Dodger" and Eric Eason's"Manito," two top notch New York City stories, were the top dramatic winnersat the first Tribeca Film Festival which came to a close last night after acrowded weekend. The top doc award went to Daniel Junge's "Chiefs." Prizeswere presented at a ceremony ...

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    INTERVIEW: All in the Family: Dover Kosashvili On Ethnicity, Mothers, and "Late Marriage."

    INTERVIEW: All in the Family: Dover Kosashvili On Ethnicity, Mothers, and "Late Marriage."

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    FESTIVAL: All Over The Map: Tribeca's International Offerings

    FESTIVAL: All Over The Map: Tribeca's International Offerings

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