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    INTERVIEW: Bruno Barreto Shakes His Booty With "Bossa Nova"

    INTERVIEW: Bruno Barreto Shakes His Booty With "Bossa Nova"

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    BIZ: Convergence at NAB2000 Expands Opportunities for Efilmmakers

    BIZ: Convergence at NAB2000 Expands Opportunities for Efilmmakers

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    DAILY NEWS: Trio Form IDP Distribution; Kardish Promotion; Chicago Latino Fest Winner

    DAILY NEWS: Trio Form IDP Distribution; Kardish Promotion; Chicago Latino Fest Winner

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    EB Insider Profile: I Want My Cinema Now! A Few Questions for CinemaNow CEO Curt Marvis

    EB Insider Profile: I Want My Cinema Now! A Few Questions for CinemaNow CEO Curt Marvis

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    DAILY NEWS: SFIFF 2000; Bermuda Winners

    DAILY NEWS: SFIFF 2000; Bermuda Winners

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    INTERVIEW: Like Father, Like Daughter? Sofia Coppola's Coming Out with "Virgin Suicides"

    INTERVIEW: Like Father, Like Daughter? Sofia Coppola's Coming Out with "Virgin Suicides"

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    ROTTERDAM 2000 REVIEW: Virgin No More, Sofia Coppola Kills in Holland

    ROTTERDAM 2000 REVIEW: Virgin No More, Sofia Coppola Kills in Hollandby Mark Peranson(indieWIRE/2.4.2000) -- American Zoetrope presents a Francis Ford Coppola production of a filmwritten and directed by Sofia Coppola, with assistance from RomanCoppola, a role for Robert Schwartzman, and a big thank you to someonecredited as "Spike." This is part of the brain trust behind "The VirginSuicides," a nuanced and ultimately too sober 70's period piecescreening in Rotterdam as part of the "Bad Teenage Taste" program(alongside such contemporary classics as ?Kingpin?and "Election"). S. Coppola's credible debut shows that her talent liesbehind the camer...

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    2000 Cannes Lineup -- Critics Week

    2000 Cannes Lineup -- Critics Week

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    A Dilapidated "Villa," Maugham Story Still Bad After All These Years

    A Dilapidated "Villa," Maugham Story Still Bad After All TheseYearsby Brandon JudellIt's been said it's easier to make a great film from a bad novel than from aprodigious one. If so, director Philip Haas and his wife writer/editorBelinda have certainly picked the right source material."Up at the Villa," which was serialized in three issues of Redbook back in1941, is among the most minor of the famed W. Somerset Maugham'soutpourings. As Ted Morgan notes in his bio of the author, the novella was"scorched by the critics." New Republic: "His worst novel." Newsweek: "Itcould have been dictated while Maugham was talking in his sleep." TheNation: "A...

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    DAILY NEWS: Cannes Critics Lineup; Doc Series; AFC and AFI

    DAILY NEWS: Cannes Critics Lineup; Doc Series; AFC and AFI

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