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    Sundance Picks Six Composer Fellows

    Six composers have been selected as fellows for the Sundance Institute's 2010 Film Composers Lab, a two-week-long workshop where promising composers can hone their skills and learn from industry veterans. The 2010 fellows are Sherri Chung, John Hancock, Mark Orton, Arturo Rodriguez, Kareen Roustom, ...

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    "Hermano" to Open LA Latino Film Fest

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    September Issues Star Women in 40s, Witherspoon's Peggy Lee Biopic, Casting Hunger Games Franchise

    - On the covers of this year's top September issues--the fattest and most important fashion magazines of the year--are established actresses in their 40s, who editors are counting on to sell as many magazines as possible. These glamour icons are out-dressing and out-charming their twenty-something a...

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    Super Hero Glut: Will Marvel and DC Projects Get Repetitive?

    There are many many comics movies in our future. How many of them will moviegoers be able to ingest? How many will turn out to be any good? Will fatigue set in, as Matthew Vaughn, the director of X-Men: First Class, predicts?

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    Small Screen | "Crumb" & "Louie Bluie" Profiles on Criterion, "Thorn," "Children," & "Khan" at Home

    Leading the list of new specialty releases this week are Terry Zwigoff's profiles of cartoonist R. Crumb and musician/artist Louie Bluie on Criterion, Michel Gondry's personal doc, and a Hindi film megahit.  "Crumb," Zwigoff's widely acclaimed doc of Robert Crumb and his idiosyncratic brothers, gets...

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    Eat This Film #3 - The Tree of Wooden Clogs

    The next screening in the summer series "Eat This Film!," presented by Reverse Shot and New York food magazine Edible Manhattan, takes place this Wednesday, August 11, at 92YTribeca. For this installment of "Eat This Film!," which looks at our relationship to food via the moving image with a unique...

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    Silent Stars Still Mesmerize

    At the recent San Francisco Silent Film Festival I acquired several recently-published books I hadn’t seen before. Now that I’ve spent time with them I feel duty-bound to spread the word.

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    2010 Montreal World Fest Unveils Hearty Lineup Flanked by "Route" and "Princess"

    One of the largest international film festivals, the 2010 Montreal World Film Festival will run from August 26 to September 6, and will feature 430 films from 80 countries. Louis Bélanger's World Competition title "Route 132" will kick off the festival. The fest will close with Bertrand Tavernier's...

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