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    REVIEW | Art-house Crowd Pleaser: Loach Lightens Up with "Looking for Eric"

    This review was originally published as part of indieWIRE's coverage of the 2009 Cannes Film Festival, where "Looking For Eric" premiered. The film is being released theatrically this Friday in North America via IFC Films.

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    Filmmaker Interview: Michael Paul Stephenson Returns to Nilbog in "Best Worst Movie"

    "Best Worst Movie" is the acclaimed feature length documentary that takes audiences on an off-beat journey into the undisputed worst movie in cinematic history: "Troll 2." The film is scheduled to open theatrically this Friday, May 14.

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    Tom Perkins: Plagiarist and Internet Douche

    While Cinematical refers to him as "film critic," Tom Perkins does not deserve the title.

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    Does Cannes (still) Matter?

    Just days after massive waves from the Mediterranean crashed along the Croisette damaging beachside restaurants a volcanic ash cloud from Iceland moved southward over France, hampering travel and delaying folks en route to Cannes. This year, natural disasters on top of a dramatic European economic c...

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    Banksy Hits Toronto

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    indieWIRE ANNOUNCEMENT: Complete Cannes Coverage Launches As Sydney Levine Joins the Team

    The following is an announcement from indieWIRE:

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    Cannes Update: First Looks, Ash Delays, Loach Add, Italian Controversy

    As weary transatlantic travelers straggle into Cannes hours late from flying around clouds of volcanic ash (word is, it's chilly on the Cote d'Azur), as predicted, the Festival has added one more movie to its 2010 competition line-up. Iraq film Route Irish comes from Cannes perennial Ken Loach, who ...

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    The Late Great Lena Horne Sings Stormy Weather

    Lena Horne has died at 92. Although she was not the first black performer under contract to a major studio, writes Aljean Harmetz in her NYT obit, "Horne was the first to make an impact." Here's Hollywood Elsewhere and the Boston Herald.

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