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    Tribeca '10 | "Budrus" Director Julia Bacha's Appeals to Widest Audience

    What would you do if someone took what was yours? At the border between Israel and the Palestinian territories, the Israeli government is building a separation wall that snakes through several Palestinian villages. Budrus, population 1,500, stands to lose 300 acres and 3,000 of the olive trees that ...

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    Three Posters For Xavier Dolan's "Les Amours Imaginaires"

    Care of the film's facebook page of all things, we get three posters from Xavier Dolan's "Les Amours Imaginaires." They're gorgeous... very big hair and bright colours... with each highlighting one of the characters involved in the film's three way romance (including one played by Dolan himself):

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    Replicating a Nightmare: "Pornography" Director David Kittredge

    After screenings at Newfest, Frameline and Outfest, David Kittredge's "Pornography: A Thriller" opens at the Cinema Village in New York this weekend. The film depicts a gay porn star's mysterious disappearance, which becomes an obsession for both a writer and another adult film star, leading them in...

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    HBO's "Treme": Naturalism and Grief.

    HBO's "Treme": Naturalism and Grief.

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    The Dobie and Under 30s

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    REVIEW | Sensational Metaphor: Tom Six's "The Human Centipede (First Sequence)"

    Easy to deride, and easier to dismiss, "The Human Centipede (First Sequence)" nonetheless works as a calculated provocation. Demented in premise and execution, Dutch filmmaker Tom Six's grotesque exercise in shock cinema has enough competence on its own terms to allow for a deeper reading. Put blunt...

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    Big Screen | "Weird" Korean Western is New Critic's Pick

    Perhaps bracing for the upcoming summer season, it's a somewhat slower weekend at the movies on the specialty front (though there should be a significant amount of holdover business). Openers include Kim Ji-woon's Korean Western "The Good, The Bad, The Weird," Michele Mulroney & Kieran Mulroney's R...

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    The Great Game Debate.

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