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    PARK CITY 2002: Sundance Rounds Out 2002 Lineup; Premieres, World, Native, Midnight, Frontier and S

    PARK CITY 2002: Sundance Rounds Out 2002 Lineup; Premieres, World, Native, Midnight, Frontier and Special Screenings Revealedwith articles by Eugene Hernandez and Anthony Kaufman/indieWIREnow in indieWIRE's ON THE SCENE Park City 2002 section.]-->

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    PARK CITY 2002: A Drop in Submissions as Sundance Announces Core Narrative and Dramatic Lineups; Gil

    PARK CITY 2002: A Drop in Submissions as Sundance Announces Core Narrative and Dramatic Lineups; Gilmore and Cooper Discuss Choicesby Eugene Hernandez and Anthony Kaufman/indieWIREnow in indieWIRE's ON THE SCENE Park City 2002 section.]-->

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    INTERVIEW: No Mimic; Guillermo del Toro Declares His Independence with "Devil's Backbone"

    INTERVIEW: No Mimic; Guillermo del Toro Declares His Independence with "Devil's Backbone"

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    indieWIRE INSIDER: The Show Must Go On; The "New Normalcy" with Soderbergh, Sales & Sundance

    indieWIRE INSIDER: The Show Must Go On; The "New Normalcy" with Soderbergh, Sales & Sundanceby Ray Pride

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    INTERVIEW: In the Land of Afghanistan, Italian Directors Tap Topical Human Rights Drama

    INTERVIEW: In the Land of Afghanistan, Italian Directors Tap Topical Human Rights Drama

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    DAILY NEWS: Foreign Oscar Hopefuls; New This Week; "Fat Girl" Banned

    DAILY NEWS: Foreign Oscar Hopefuls; New This Week; "Fat Girl" Bannedby Anthony Kaufman/indieWIRE>> Foreign Language Films Vie for Oscar(indieWIRE/11.21.01) -- Fifty-one countries will compete for the fivecoveted spots in the category of Best Foreign Language film of 2001,according to an announcement released by the Academy of Motion Picture Artsand Sciences AMPAS). The largest number of films ever entered forconsideration, up five from last year's 46, this year's selection includesentries from Armenia ("Slogans"), Kyrgyzstan ("The Chimp"), Tanzania("Maangamizi") and Uruguay ("In This Tricky Life") for the first time.Top contenders in the lis...

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    INTERVIEW: The Long-Distance Director; Todd Field Runs with "In the Bedroom"

    INTERVIEW: The Long-Distance Director; Todd Field Runs with "In the Bedroom"

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    FESTIVALS: Watching in LA; AFI Highlights New Asian Classics, Few Others

    FESTIVALS: Watching in LA; AFI Highlights New Asian Classics, Few Others

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    DAILY NEWS: Stockholm Winners; Diaspora Fest

    DAILY NEWS: Stockholm Winners; Diaspora Festby Anthony Kaufman and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> Troubled American Youth Films Win Big in Stockholm(indieWIRE/11.20.01) -- The 12th Stockholm International Film Festival gaveits top prize, The Bronze Horse for best film in 2001, to Larry Clark's"Bully" over the weekend in the Swedish capital. "Bully" is based ona true-life incident in 1993 in which a group of teenagers murder anotherteen who had been harassing them. "L.I.E.," also a troubling portrait ofteens growing up in America, by Michael Cuesta, won the Best Feature Filmaward, while "Field" by British director Duane Hopkins won Best Short Fi...

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    FESTIVALS: Margaret Mead; Inspired International Docs NOT in Ethnographic Box

    FESTIVALS: Margaret Mead; Inspired International Docs NOT in Ethnographic Box

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