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    DAILY NEWS: Coens in Cannes; "Jessica" Deal; "Fat Girl" Nabbed; "Eden" Pact"; SearchParty Plans

    DAILY NEWS: Coens in Cannes; "Jessica" Deal; "Fat Girl" Nabbed; "Eden" Pact"; SearchParty Plansby Eugene Hernandez, Anthony Kaufman and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> CANNES 2001: Catching Up With the Coens(indieWIRE/05.14.01) -- The Coen Brothers latest, a competition entry herein Cannes, entitled "The Man Who Wasn't There," is a black and white crimestory set in Northern California in 1949. In this tale, Billy Bob Thorntonstars as Ed Crane, a mild-mannered everyman, a quiet barber who takes achance on a get rich quick scheme and ends up embroiled in a murderinvestigation. Joel and Ethan Coen sat down with indieWIRE over the weekendhere in France...

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    CANNES REVIEW: Drowning at the "Moulin Rouge"; Luhrmann's Spectacle Spasms

    CANNES REVIEW: Drowning at the "Moulin Rouge"; Luhrmann's Spectacle Spasms

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    CANNES 2001: Scant U.S. Projects for Sale; Howard and Kollek Prepare, Sort Of, for Distributors' Fir

    CANNES 2001: Scant U.S. Projects for Sale; Howard and Kollek Prepare, Sort Of, for Distributors' First Peeks

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    DAILY NEWS: Thai Films Sign Deals; Claire Denis' Pacts with Lot 47; "Trembling" Acquired; Coppola in

    DAILY NEWS: Thai Films Sign Deals; Claire Denis' Pacts with Lot 47; "Trembling" Acquired; Coppola in Cannesby Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> CANNES 2001: Miramax Grabs Sasanatieng's "Tears of the Black Tiger"(indieWIRE/05.11.01) -- There's bound to be some celebrating tonight on theGray d'Albion Beach. A party for the midnight screening of WisitSasanatieng's "Tears of the Black Tiger" will undoubtedly become anopportunity to toast the film's deal with Miramax as the Indiewood studioannounced its acquisition of the Thai film yesterday, the day before themovie's midnight Festival debut here at Cannes. Miramax has nabbed thefilm...

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    REVIEW: Who's Afraid of William Shakespeare? Dogme IV's Searing "King is Alive"

    REVIEW: Who's Afraid of William Shakespeare? Dogme IV's Searing "King is Alive"

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    CANNES 2001: Little Giants; 2001 Market Sees Big Buzz for Small Films

    CANNES 2001: Little Giants; 2001 Market Sees Big Buzz for Small Films

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    DAILY NEWS: Cannes Buzz; Almodovars Deal; Glatzer at Paramunt; Philly Fest Winners; Eyre's Next Pr

    DAILY NEWS: Cannes Buzz; Almodovars Deal; Glatzer at Paramunt; Philly Fest Winners; Eyre's Next Project; and Miramax Gets "'74"by Eugene Hernandez/indieWIRE>> CANNES 2001: Buzzing Around the Croisetteborder=0 width=220 height=170 vspace=4>Among the ubiquitous marketing displays drowning the historic Carlton Hotel is the Moulin Rouge set up grabbing the attention of pedestrians on the Croisette.Photo: EugeneHernandez/indieWIRE(indieWIRE/05.10.01) -- The morning ritual for many here on the Croisette isto pop downstairs into the lobbies of the big industry hotels along thebeachfront -- The Martinez, The Carlton, The Majestic, The Noga Hilton ...

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    FESTIVALS: An Even Hotter Hot Docs; The Best Is Yet To Come

    FESTIVALS: An Even Hotter Hot Docs; The Best Is Yet To Come

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    FESTIVALS: Doubletake Boosts Attendance and Spirits

    FESTIVALS: Doubletake Boosts Attendance and Spirits

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    DAILY NEWS: Cannes Do; Sundance Nabs Cannes 2000 Film; Lake Placid Plans

    DAILY NEWS: Cannes Do; Sundance Nabs Cannes 2000 Film; Lake Placid Plansby Eugene Hernandez and Anthony Kaufman/indieWIRE>> CANNES 2001: Festival Opens with Dances of Death; from "Moulin Rouge" to Suicide(indieWIRE/05.09.01) -- Sunshine greeted early arrivals in Cannes yesterday(Tuesday) -- a welcome change for many here who were anticipating cool,rainy weather.For the thousands of industry professionals, journalists, filmmakers,publicists and viewers descending upon the small patch of French Rivieracoastline this week, the waiting, the preparing, the nervous anticipation isover; the 54th Cannes Film Festival finally opens tonight, appropriat...

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