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    DAILY NEWS: Sony Gets Doc; Nantucket Fest Plans; Swedish Director Dies and Williamsburg Fest

    DAILY NEWS: Sony Gets Doc; Nantucket Fest Plans; Swedish Director Dies and Williamsburg Festby Eugene Hernandez, Anthony Kaufman and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE with a report from Richard Baimbridge>> "Dogtown and Z-Boys" Skates with Sony Pictures Classics(indieWIRE/05.08.01) -- Stacy Peralta's skateboarding documentary "Dogtownand Z-Boys," which won the Audience Award and Directing Award at the 2001Sundance Film Festival, has been acquired for North American and Englishspeaking territories by Sony Pictures Classics, it was announced by thefilm's producer Vans, Inc. yesterday. Narrated by Sean Penn and solelyfinanced by Vans, the film chronicles ...

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    FESTIVALS: San Fran Fest's Wild Ride: Crescendo or New Beginning?

    FESTIVALS: San Fran Fest's Wild Ride: Crescendo or New Beginning?

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    FESTIVALS: Buenos Aires Fest's Rise to Power; Argentine Cannes Preview

    FESTIVALS: Buenos Aires Fest's Rise to Power; Argentine Cannes Preview

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    REVIEW: Robbery, Murder and a Seductive Motley Crew in "Burnt Money"

    REVIEW: Robbery, Murder and a Seductive Motley Crew in "Burnt Money"

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    REVIEW: Lost at Sea; Rampling's Revelation in Ozon's "Under the Sand"

    REVIEW: Lost at Sea; Rampling's Revelation in Ozon's "Under the Sand"

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    DAILY NEWS: Strike Talks Resume Today; SF Film Fest Winners; Hart Sharp and FilmFour Sign Pact; Car

    DAILY NEWS: Strike Talks Resume Today; SF Film Fest Winners; Hart Sharp and FilmFour Sign Pact; Carlis Lands at BNNby Eugene Hernandez, Anthony Kaufman and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> WGA/AMPTP UPDATE: Talks to Continue Today(indieWIRE/05.04.01) -- Negotiations between the Writers Guild of America(WGA) and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) concluded for another day, without a deal.The Writers Guild of America said yesterday that talks will resume today(Friday) at 10 a.m. at its headquarters in Los Angeles. Special committeeswere expected to continue talking last night after the negotiatingcommittees recessed, accor...

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    INTERVIEW: Public Consumption; Fremonts Cook Up "Pie in the Sky: The Brigid Berlin Story"

    INTERVIEW: Public Consumption; Fremonts Cook Up "Pie in the Sky: The Brigid Berlin Story"

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    INTERVIEW: Creative Solutions; Hong Kong Legend Tsui Hark Makes "Time and Tide"

    INTERVIEW: The Right Stuff; Ed Harris Paints "Pollock"

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    FESTIVALS: It Only Hurts When You LAFF; L.A. Fest's Dramatic Films Pain Critic

    FESTIVALS: It Only Hurts When You LAFF; L.A. Fest's Dramatic Films Pain Critic

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    DAILY NEWS: "L.I.E" Rating Appeal; Strike Talks Continue Despite a Deadline; Seattle Films; Mirama

    DAILY NEWS: "L.I.E" Rating Appeal; Strike Talks Continue Despite a Deadline; Seattle Films; Miramax "People"by Eugene Hernandez, Anthony Kaufman/indieWIRE>> "L.I.E" Loses Fight for "R"; Battle Against NC-17 and MPAA Continues(indieWIRE/05.03.01) -- Michael Cuesta's suburban teen drama "L.I.E.," thelatest American independent to be tagged with an NC-17 rating, failed in itsappeal to the MPAA's Classification and Rating Administration (CARA) for an R rating yesterday (Wednesday). The 12-member CARA board of Californiaparents voted eight to four against the appeal. Jeff Lipky, co-president ofLot 47 -- the distributor set to release "L.I.E." t...

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