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    Venice Fest Preview: Early Art

    Here is some early art for several of the movies coming up at the Venice Film Fest. (I arrive there August 31 by train after spending two days in Rome; I leave September 8 for the Toronto Film Festival.) I'll write up early coverage of opener Darren Aronofsky's ballet drama Black Swan, starring Nata...

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    Never Let Me Go Opens London Film Festival

    Fox Searchlight is parceling out its fall line-up across various festivals. Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan is opening Venice and will likely play Telluride as well as Toronto. Now we learn that Mark Romanek's Never Let Me Go is opening the the 54th BFI London Film Festival on October 13.

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    5 Most Underappreciated Cops in Movies

    In the new comedy "The Other Guys," Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg play a couple of cops who are the laughing stock of their precinct. Ferrell's Allen Gamble in particular is underappreciated by his hotshot colleagues, though his diligent paperwork is likely a great benefit to the force as a whole. ...

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    Locarno: Initial Notes from Day 1.

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    Almost Married: "Fiancee"

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    Toronto Docs

    Women And Hollywood is becoming the watchdog for women fimmakers' representation in festivals. This time they are commenting on Toronto IFF's choice of docs. Women have 9 films directed by women out of 25. That’s 36%! A record thus far. I quote them here verbatim.

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    A New Show: Maltin On Movies

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    IFP Announces New Initiatives for 2010 Independent Film Week

    In anticipation of its 32nd installment, IFP's Independent Film Week has unveiled several new initiatives and programs for this year's event. Independent Film Week brings filmmakers and independent film industry professionals to New York City for a week of networking, panels, and screenings. In re...

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