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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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    DAILY NEWS: Sundance Online Lineup; Pusan Winners; "Fluffing" in NYC

    DAILY NEWS: Sundance Online Lineup; Pusan Winners; "Fluffing" in NYCby Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> Sundance Announces Lineup for Online Fest(indieWIRE/11.19.01) -- While the anticipated announcement of the filmlineup for the 2002 Sundance Film Festival is still at least a week away,organizers have unveiled the 21 projects that will screen at the SundanceOnline Film Festival. This year's event will begin its online showings nextmonth, concluding on the final day of the Sundance Film Festival in January.The projects will also be showcased at the Festival's Digital Center on MainSt. in Park City. Animated works will show as pa...

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    PROCESS: Tom Gilroy and Campbell Scott on Acting, Directing and Details, Part II

    PROCESS: Tom Gilroy and Campbell Scott on Acting, Directing and Details, Part II

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    FESTIVALS: Mai Tai's, Movies and New Growing Pains; 21st Hawaii International

    FESTIVALS: Mai Tai's, Movies and New Growing Pains; 21st Hawaii International

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    DAILY NEWS: AFI Winners and a Letter to the Editor

    DAILY NEWS: AFI Winners and a Letter to the Editorby Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> AFI FEST 2001 Closes in LA Awarding Big Prizes(indieWIRE/11.16.01) -- Christian Gaines, Director for AFI FEST 2001announced the honorees for the eleven day festival which closed Sunday.Prizes totaling over $30,000 were awarded with Swedish director, Geir Hansteentaking the Feature Jury Prize for "The New Country." The film is describedin a press release as a road movie about two refugees denied a residencepermit in Sweden. "Pie in the Sky: The Brigid Berlin Story" by VincentFremont and Shelly Dunn Fremona, about the former Andy Warhol super...

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    FESTIVAL: More Subdued Ft. Lauderdale; Foreigners "Lantana," "Zookeeper" and "Y Tu Mama" Take Home P

    FESTIVAL: More Subdued Ft. Lauderdale; Foreigners "Lantana," "Zookeeper" and "Y Tu Mama" Take Home Prizes

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    DAILY NEWS: Soderbergh in Production; and Sundance Channel Buy

    DAILY NEWS: Soderbergh in Production; and Sundance Channel Buyby Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> Soderbergh Shooting "Full Frontal" for 2002 Release(indieWIRE/11.15.01) -- Steven Soderbergh's latest project, "Full Frontal,"a modern comedy starring David Duchovny, Nicky Katt, Catherine Keener, Mary McCormack, David Hyde-Pierce, Julia Roberts and Blair Underwood is currently in production in Los Angeles, the film's distributor, Miramax announced yesterday. In a discussion this summer with indieWIRE's Anthony Kaufman, the Oscar-winning director said the picture "will combine the energy of "Schizopolis" with the narrative cohe...

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    FESTIVALS: "Lovely" Vienna, The Screen and the People

    FESTIVALS: "Lovely" Vienna, The Screen and the People

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