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    cinemadaily | Sundance Midnight Thriller "Frozen" Chills Audiences This Weekend

    Before a Sundance screening of his new film "Frozen," director Adam Green told his inspirational "making it" story. For Green, the key to success had a little bit to do with using the resources around him ("borrowing" cameras and equipment from his job making cable company commercials) and a little...

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    Sundance Watch: Relativity/Rogue Grabs Catfish

    While Paramount did screen Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman's Catfish for a recruited preview on Tuesday night, they did not seal a deal Wednesday. Instead, scooping up U.S., Canada and UK distribution rights to the movie was Relativity's Rogue label (the old Focus Features genre label that they bough...

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    New Terrence Malick Film Scheduled to Shoot

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    119 Set for SXSW '10; Fest Competition Rosters Unveiled

    The South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival unveiled its complete lineup, with 119 features set to screen during the nine day fest, which overlaps with the popular music and interactive events at SXSW. This year, 55 films will have their world premieres selected from 1,527 submissions. As pr...

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    "Catfish" Pact

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    A New Look At Old Movies

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    Charlie Rose Oscar Panel: Scott, Insdorf, Zacharek, Stevens

    It was great to see some new faces on Charlie Rose Tuesday night analyzing the Oscar nominations. Along with usual suspect A.O. Scott (critic for the NYT and At the Movies), Rose interviewed perky Columbia prof Annette Insdorf and two on-line critics, Louise Brooks-lookalike Dana Stevens (Slate) and...

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