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    REVIEW: "The Town is Quiet"; French "Magnolia" Offers Standout Role for Ascaride

    REVIEW: "The Town is Quiet"; French "Magnolia" Offers Standout Role for Ascaride

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    DAILY NEWS: "Sexy Beast," "Memento," and "In the Mood for Love" Honored at 4th British Independent

    DAILY NEWS: "Sexy Beast," "Memento," and "In the Mood for Love" Honored at 4th British Independent Film Awardsby Brian Brooks/indieWIRE(indieWIRE/10.26.01) -- Prizes for the British Independent Film Awards werepresented Wednesday night at London's Park Lane Hotel in a ceremony hosted bylocal personality Dermot O'Leary. "Sexy Beast" by Jonathan Glazer was the big winner of the evening taking away four awards including the coveted BestBritish Independent Film prize in addition to nods for Best Actor (BenKingsley), Best Director and Best Screenplay (Louis Mellis and David Scinto). The film is a comedy about a gangster living in Spain who's ret...

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    DAILY NEWS: World's Longest Festival Reveals its Roster for 16th Edition

    DAILY NEWS: "Safety" Deal; and New This Weekby Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE(indieWIRE/10.25.01) -- Dubbed the world's longest festival, the FortLauderdale International Film Festival, has revealed its complete lineupfor its 16th annual event. Nine U.S. premieres, three world premieresand a record seventeen first features are included in the roster with the'70s coming of age comedy, "What Ever Happened to Harold Smith" by Michael Legge set to open the fest's main program. Debut director Miles Goodloe's "A Gentleman's Game" starring Gary Sinise, Philip Baker Hall and Dylan Baker will make its world premiere as will Greg Yaitan...

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    INTERVIEW: Barbara Hammer Teaches (and Titillates with) "History Lessons"

    INTERVIEW: Barbara Hammer Teaches (and Titillates with) "History Lessons"

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    DAILY NEWS: "Safety" Deal; and New This Week

    DAILY NEWS: "Safety" Deal; and New This Weekby Eugene Hernandez and Anthony Kaufman/indieWIRE>> IFC Gets Troche's "Safety"

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    INTERVIEW: The Outsider; Richard Kelly Breaks In with "Donnie Darko"

    INTERVIEW: The Outsider; Richard Kelly Breaks In with "Donnie Darko"

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    FESTIVALS: Mill Valley Moves Forward; Cultural Understanding Amidst the Elite

    FESTIVALS: Mill Valley Moves Forward; Cultural Understanding Amidst the Eliteby G. Allen Johnson

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    DAILY NEWS: Margaret Mead Sets 25th Lineup; "Final" Release Plans

    DAILY NEWS: Margaret Mead Sets 25th Lineup; "Final" Release Plansby Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> 25th Margaret Mead Fest at the American Natural History Museum

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    FESTIVALS: Vancouver Overcomes Obstacles In Record 20th Year; Middle East Doc Prize Winner Delivers

    FESTIVALS: Vancouver Overcomes Obstacles In Record 20th Year; Middle East Doc Prize Winner Delivers "Promises"

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    ON THE SCENE: Big Bucks as Hamptons Fest Presents Annual Awards

    ON THE SCENE: Big Bucks as Hamptons Fest Presents Annual Awardsby Eugene Hernandez/indieWIRE(indieWIRE/10.22.01) -- The Hamptons International Film Festival awarded itsannual Golden Starfish prizes, along with other awards, during a ceremonyhosted by Roger Ebert on Saturday night. Joseph M. Castelo's "American Saint" won the Golden Starfish Fiction Feature award, securing a $180,000goods and services package. Justine Shapiro, B.Z. Goldberg and Carlos Bolado were presented the Golden Starfish Award for Best Documentary for "Promises" (a $5,000 cash prize). Wonsuk Chin's doc, "E Dreams" was awarded a Special Jury Citation at the ceremony.The Fe...

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