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    NYFF 2001: Swamp Things; Argentina's "La Cienaga" Emerges as Major Discovery

    NYFF 2001: Swamp Things; Argentina's "La Cienaga" Emerges as Major Discovery

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    DAILY NEWS: Iranian Cinema in the Spotlight; Hamptons 2001 Lineup

    DAILY NEWS: Iranian Cinema in the Spotlight; Hamptons 2001 Lineupby Brian Brooks and Maud Kersnowski/indieWIRE>> Iranian Cinema: At a Crossroads After September 11th?

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    FESTIVALS: Woodstock Decides The Show Must Go On

    FESTIVALS: Woodstock Decides The Show Must Go On

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    DAILY NEWS: IFP Report and New This Week

    DAILY NEWS: IFP Report and New This Weekby Anthony Kaufman/indieWIRE with a report from Paul Power>> IFP MARKET 2001: Docs in the Spotlight as Market Opens

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    NYFF 2001 REVIEW: Life is Beautiful -- and Danish; Dogma 5's "Italian for Beginners"

    NYFF 2001 REVIEW: Life is Beautiful -- and Danish; Dogma 5's "Italian for Beginners"

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    DAILY NEWS: Words of Determination at IFP's Market and Awards

    DAILY NEWS: Words of Determination at IFP's Market and Awardsby Eugene Hernandez/indieWIRE>> 39th NYFF Kicks Off Tonight with "Va Savoir"(indieWIRE/10.02.01) -- If New York's loosely-defined filmmaking communityneeded a catalyst, it probably came yesterday as the IFP Market kicked offin earnest during the day and the annual IFP Gotham Awards drew celebritiesand honorees last night. However, if cocktail conversation is any indication, it will still certainly take filmmakers and others time to adjust to life after September 11th.The tragedy of the recent terrorist attacks remained a primary topic ofconversation for many at the Gotham Awards, a...

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    NYFF 2001: Todd Solondz Recounts His "Storytelling"

    NYFF 2001: Todd Solondz Recounts His "Storytelling"

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    NYFF 2001 REVIEW: "Who Knows?" Rivette Does: Elder New Waver Turns in Masterpiece

    NYFF 2001 REVIEW: "Who Knows?" Rivette Does: Elder New Waver Turns in Masterpiece

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    DAILY NEWS: NYFF Opening; $5 Million Benefit; Pipedream Nominees

    DAILY NEWS: NYFF Opening; $5 Million Benefit; Pipedream Nomineesby Eugene Hernandez, Anthony Kaufman and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> 39th NYFF Kicks Off Tonight with "Va Savoir"(indieWIRE/09.28.01) -- While Broadway struggles to regain its former Gothamglitter, just about 20 blocks up the avenue, Lincoln Center will be the talkof the town tonight (Friday) as it hosts the 39th New York Film Festival.French director Jacques Rivette's "Va Savoir" opens the 17-day internationalevent, which arguably assembles the best films from the past year's festivalcalendar, from Sundance ("Waking Life") to Berlin ("Italian for Beginners"), Cannes ("Mulholland ...

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    DAILY NEWS: Screening Room Returns, Academy Donation

    DAILY NEWS: Screening Room Returns, Academy Donationby Anthony Kaufman/indieWIRE>> Screening Room Returns in TriBeCa(indieWIRE/09.27.01) -- After a more than two-week shutdown following thetragedy at the World Trade Center in downtown Manhattan, The Screening Room is re-opening. Henry Hershkowitz of the popular restaurant/bar andtheatrical venue told indieWIRE that his site was set to re-open last night (Wednesday) with screenings back on track."It has been a very difficult time (emotionally and financially) for ourstaff and a very serious financial blow to our business," Hershkowitz saidyesterday in an email message to friends. His comment...

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