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    UPDATED: Gen Art Closes After 16 Years

    UPDATED 7:09pm EDT: Coming off the heels of its New York City film festival, which ended April 13, the founders of Gen Art announced it is ending operations after 16 years.

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    SydneysBuzz is Smiling

    I am thrilled that SydneysBuzz has found a home with IndieWIRE. I am so honored to find myself installed in that legendary land of New York indies, a place I’ve always admired. I’m also delighted to find myself with my favorite L.A. friends Anne Thompson and Todd McCarthy. My position here is so u...

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    Be Kind Rewind: Harmony Korine's "Trash Humpers"

    If ever there were a movie that cried out to be either accepted on its own terms or fucking hated, that film is Trash Humpers. This should come as no surprise as it is a film by Harmony Korine, a filmmaker whose very name incites temper tantrums or seething faux-indifference from cinephiles of all stripes. Each of Korine's films is (calculatedly or inadvertently) a provocation, and nearly all of them succeed in this regard. His never-to-be-finished auto-portrait Fight Harm, in which the director literally goads people into beating him up, would perhaps be the least subtle example of this career-long goal. But following in a close second place...

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    Cinema Guild Takes SXSW Winner "Marwencol"

    The Cinema Guild has announced the acquisition of U.S. distribution rights to Jeff Malmberg's "Marwencol," which won the Grand Jury Award for Best Documentary Feature at the 2010 South by Southwest Film Festival. Andrew Herwitz, President of the Film Sales Company, negotiated the deal on behalf of...

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    SFIFF 53 Day Six: Transcending Lynch, Shirley Adams, Gainsbourg, Vengeance

    Meredith Brody is amused by Transcending Lynch, notices the lack of 'cheerful' films at the festival and gives Gainsbourg a second chance:

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    SFIFF 53 Day Seven: Walter Salles, Father of My Children, Cairo Time, Domain, Soul Kitchen

    On her seventh day at SFIFF53, Meredith Brody practices premature cinematic ejaculation and admires Founders Directing Award-winner Walter Salles, who talks to Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu and shares research from his upcoming On the Road.

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    Forty Years Ago Today

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    Toronto's Inside Out Announces 20th Anniversary Lineup

    Toronto's Inside Out Announces 20th Anniversary Lineup

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