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    DAILY NEWS: European Film Nominees; and Kids Winners in Chicago

    DAILY NEWS: European Film Nominees; and Kids Winners in Chicagoby Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> "Amelie" Among Top Nominees for 2001 European Film Awards(indieWIRE/11.08.01) -- Jean-Pierre Jeunet's "Amelie" is a top nominee forthe 2001 European Film Awards, which will be presented in Berlin on December1st. The movie received nominations for Best European Film, EuropeanDirector (Jeunet), European Actress (Audrey Tatou), and EuropeanCinematographer.Among the other movies tipped for the top prize were "Bridget Jones's Diary"(UK), "The Experiment" (Germany), "Intimacy" (France/Italy), "Italian for Beginners" (Denmark), "The Piano...

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    PRODUCTION: Process; Tom Gilroy and "Mulholland Drive's" Justin Theroux Talk Shop

    PRODUCTION: Process; Tom Gilroy and "Mulholland Drive's" Justin Theroux Talk Shop

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    DAILY NEWS: New This Week; Catch 23 Deal; and Teen Awards

    DAILY NEWS: New This Week; Catch 23 Deal; and Teen Awardsby Eugene Hernandez, Anthony Kaufman and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> NEW THIS WEEK: Death and Disease; Another Week in Mini-Indies(indieWIRE/11.07.01) -- Small companies; small films. This description bestsuits the handful of indie titles coming to theaters this week. But what'sthe old adage: there's no small roles, only small actors? The same couldprobably be said for movies, but even small films remain unfortunately smallby virtue of their brief lifespan in theaters. It's the sad fact of thebusiness of art. Just look at the sorry expansion possibilities for "DonnieDarko," an audacious l...

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    PRODUCTION: Process; Tom Gilroy and "Mulholland Drive's" Justin Theroux Talk Shop

    PRODUCTION: Process; Tom Gilroy and "Mulholland Drive's" Justin Theroux Talk Shop

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    FESTIVALS: Virginia's Masquerade Ball; Pollack, Rowlands, and Others Look Behind the Mask

    FESTIVALS: Virginia's Masquerade Ball; Pollack, Rowlands, and Others Look Behind the Mask

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    DAILY NEWS: Iranian Filmmaker Follow-Up; Sundance/NHK Finalists

    DAILY NEWS: Iranian Filmmaker Follow-Up; Sundance/NHK Finalistsby Brian Brooks and Maud Kersnowski/indieWIRE>> PART TWO: Notables Rally Around Iranian Filmmaker; Questions Linger About Her Ultimate SentenceREAD Part One @ indieWIRE.com

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    INTERVIEW: Patrick-Ian Polk Ain't a "Punk"

    INTERVIEW: Patrick-Ian Polk Ain't a "Punk"

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    DAILY NEWS: Iranian Filmmaker Awaits Fate; Toronto Fest Changes; and a Letter to the Editor

    DAILY NEWS: Iranian Filmmaker Awaits Fate; Toronto Fest Changes; and a Letter to the Editorby Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks and Maud Kersnowski/indieWIRE>> PART ONE: Questions Remain Over Fate of Arrested Iranian Filmmaker; Tahmineh Milani Stuck In the Middle of Ongoing Political Stuggle(indieWIRE/11.05.01) -- Iranian authorities arrested filmmaker TahminehMilani ("Two Women") last month and held her for eight days on chargesyet to be made public. Milani's arrest is the most recent action in anongoing struggle between religious conservatives and reformers in Iran.Journalists, academics and even translators have been sentenced toprison fo...

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    DAILY NEWS: Germans Films in NY and LA; ContentFilm Hires

    DAILY NEWS: Germans Films in NY and LA; ContentFilm Hiresby Anthony Kaufman and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> "Tunnel" Heads Up German Onset(indieWIRE/11.02.01) -- Over the next two weeks, New York and Los Angeleswill host simultaneous festivals of new German cinema, with Roland SusoRichter's "The Tunnel" kicking off both the Germany 2001: New Films series at the Museum of Modern Art (Nov. 1-15) in Manhattan, and Made in Germany: the 2nd annual Festival of German Cinema at the Laemmle Music Hall Theatre (Nov. 9-15) in Beverly Hills. Richter's "The Tunnel," an acclaimed GermanTV movie that won the People's Choice Award at the 2001 Montreal World ...

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    INTERVIEW: The Fabulous Destiny of Jean-Pierre Jeunet

    INTERVIEW: The Fabulous Destiny of Jean-Pierre Jeunet

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