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    Blogging from 30,000 feet

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    Sensitivity Training at Its Finest

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    American Saga: "The Entrepreneur" Rides the Moneymaking Roller Coaster

    Jonathan Bricklin's "The Entrepreneur" is the "Death of a Salesman" of car movies. That's not to say it reveals the depths of character explored in Arthur Miller's classic text, but Bricklin does succeed at showing the precise mayhem of the business and the tragedy of missing the finish line. A port...

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    Following Comic-Con (UPDATED)

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    Toronto Keeps Lineup Coming; Todd Solondz Among 38 Additions

    The Toronto International Film Festival has announced yet another batch of titles for its 34th edition, which runs September 10-19, 2009. Thirty-eight films across three different programs - Special Presentations, Vanguard, and Discovery - were announced to the public this morning, joining a group...

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    Lorber Films, Aiming to "build the classics of tomorrow"

    "Not every film will be a nightmarish, political allegory," quipped veteran film distributor Richard Lorber recently, detailing the types of movies he's aiming to release via Lorber Films, his eponymous new distribution outfit. He was referring to Pablo Larraín's "Tony Manero," the provocative Chile...

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