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    DAILY NEWS: The "Community" Side of Independent Online Content: AtomFilms, Eveo, and AntEye

    DAILY NEWS: The "Community" Side of Independent Online Content: AtomFilms, Eveo, and AntEye

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    ND/NF: Argentine Indies, Reinvented and Revived

    ND/NF: Argentine Indies, Reinvented and Revived

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    ND/NF REVIEW: Meandering "Medina" Offers Beautiful Moments

    ND/NF REVIEW: Meandering "Medina" Offers Beautiful Moments

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    ND/NF: Short Films Make it Big, Where You'll Find the Next Spike Jonze

    ND/NF: Short Films Make it Big, Where You'll Find the Next Spike Jonze

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    ND/NF REVIEW: Sentimental, yet Exquisitely Detailed "Shower" Refreshes

    ND/NF REVIEW: Sentimental, yet Exquisitely Detailed "Shower" Refreshesby Stan Schwartz(indieWIRE/3.31.2000) -- After having spent some time on the festival circuit, Chinese director Zhang Yang's "Shower" has been picked up by Sony Pictures Classics. And with good reason. Yang's second feature takes ...

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    FESTIVALS: SXSW Dispatch of Warm Filmmaker-Friendly Fun

    FESTIVALS: SXSW Dispatch of Warm Filmmaker-Friendly Fun

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    DAILY NEWS: Atom Pacts With Propeganda; New IMAGE Topper; Universal partners with reelshort.com

    DAILY NEWS: Atom Pacts With Propeganda; New IMAGE Topper; Universal partners with reelshort.com

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    ND/NF INTERVIEW: The Visionaries Behind "The Eyes of Tammy Faye"

    ND/NF INTERVIEW: The Visionaries Behind "The Eyes of Tammy Faye"

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    ND/NF REVIEW: "Journey to the Sun," A Turkish Delight of Injustice and Poetry

    ND/NF REVIEW: "Journey to the Sun," A Turkish Delight of Injustice and Poetryby Mark Peranson(indieWIRE/3.30.2000) -- Yesim Ustaoglu's courageous second feature handles the subjects of police brutality, flagrant injustice and political repression with a deft hand -- the result is more a poetic mourning about the state of a state than a harsh piece of anti-Turkish propaganda. I'll rephrase that: "Journey to the Sun" is a subtle work of anti-government propaganda, which also manages to sustain a tense atmosphere as politics start to dominate the lives of its main characters. More of a love on the run than a less racist version of "Midnight Expr...

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    REVIEW: Indian Beauty: "Such a Long Journey" Chronicles Middle-Age Strife in 1970s Suburban Bombay

    REVIEW: Indian Beauty: "Such a Long Journey" Chronicles Middle-Age Strife in 1970s Suburban Bombayby G. Allen Johnson (indieWIRE/3.30.2000) -- "All life's problems," a dying man tells Gustad Noble, "begin whenever we look for permanence."

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