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    FESTIVALS: Human Rights Watch Exposing Film and Politics

    FESTIVALS: Human Rights Watch Exposing Film and Politics

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    DAILY NEWS: LAFF Report; 34 More in Cannes; Japanese Legend Dies

    DAILY NEWS: LAFF Report; 34 More in Cannes; Japanese Legend Diesby Eugene Hernandez, Anthony Kaufman and Maud Kersnowski/indieWIRE>> DISPATCH FROM LAFF 2001: With Strike on the Brain, Festival Also Talks Digital(indieWIRE/04.24.01) -- The City of Los Angeles wakes up everyday to newsabout the impending Writers' strike. Not just the trades but every newsoutlet from NPR to FOX covers the slightest stirrings on the desert ofnegotiation. Last week, the mayor released a report predicting the effectsthat a strike will have on the city. And this is the environment that the2001 Los Angeles Film Festival (LAFF), which makes its home at theDirector's...

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    FESTIVALS: After the Dotcom Storm, Short Films Still Shine in Aspen

    FESTIVALS: After the Dotcom Storm, Short Films Still Shine in Aspen

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    DAILY NEWS: Negotiatons Continue with One Week To Go; Linklater's Latest Acquired; Aspen's Short W

    DAILY NEWS: Negotiatons Continue with One Week To Go; Linklater's Latest Acquired; Aspen's Short Winners; Academy Grantsby Eugene Hernandez/indieWIRE>> Joint Statements React to Warnings by L.A.'s Mayor Riordan, One Week Before a Hollywood Strike Could Hit(indieWIRE/04.23.01) -- The Writers Guild of America (WGA) and the Allianceof Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) issued a joint statementand the Screen Actors Guild joined with the American Federation ofTelevision and Radio Artists (AFTRA) to issue a separate statement lastweek, responding to L.A. mayor Richard Riordan's warnings about the economicimpact of a strike. The contrac...

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    INTERVIEW: Wayne Wang Journeys to "The Center of the World"

    INTERVIEW: Wayne Wang Journeys to "The Center of the World"

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    DAILY NEWS: "Believer" Deal; "Vengo" Pact; Cannes Thoughts; Chicago Latino Fest; and OUTFEST Honor

    DAILY NEWS: "Believer" Deal; "Vengo" Pact; Cannes Thoughts; Chicago Latino Fest; and OUTFEST Honoreesby Eugene Hernandez, Anthony Kaufman/indieWIRE with a report from Gabe Klinger>> Showtime Nabs "The Believer," 2001 Sundance Grand Jury Prize Winner; Fall Theatrical Release Being Negotiated(indieWIRE/04.20.01) -- Showtime has acquired Henry Bean's Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner, "The Believer." The movie, which stars Ryan Gosling, will have its North American premiere on the cable network in September. The limited window release on the cable network is expected to precede atheatrical run, according to Peter Hoffman, President of Seven Art...

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    INTERVIEW: The Twentysomething Blows; Jamie Thraves Gets "The Low Down"

    INTERVIEW: The Twentysomething Blows; Jamie Thraves Gets "The Low Down"

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    DAILY NEWS: Cannes Lineup Announced; British "Mail" Set; Italy's Donatello Awards; Cleveland Fest a

    DAILY NEWS: Cannes Lineup Announced; British "Mail" Set; Italy's Donatello Awards; Cleveland Fest and IFILM Execby Eugene Hernandez, Anthony Kaufman and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE

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    DAILY NEWS: "Baise-Moi" Deal; Cannes' Critics Week; and Miramax Back with Irving and Hallstrom

    DAILY NEWS: "Baise-Moi" Deal; Cannes' Critics Week; and Miramax Back with Irving and Hallstromby Eugene Hernandez, Anthony Kaufman and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> French Shocker "Baise-Moi" Heading to U.S. Theaters, Unrated and Uncut(indieWIRE/04.18.01) -- The film that managed to stir controversy innormally sexually laissez-faire France, "Baise-Moi," has secureddistribution in the United States following its U.S. premiere at the SanFrancisco International Film Festival this Friday. The movie will bereleased unrated and uncut after causing an uproar in Europe.Marketed as "Rape Me" in this country, "Baise-Moi" is based on thebest-selling novel o...

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    INTERVIEW: The Trouble With "Harry"; Dominik Moll's Hitchcockian Skill

    INTERVIEW: The Trouble With "Harry"; Dominik Moll's Hitchcockian Skill

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