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  • Todd McCarthy's Deep Focus
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    Report On This Year's LAFF

    Occupied last weekend in New York, I haven't been able to attend the new downtown version of the Los Angeles Film Festival nearly as much as I would have liked. But my limited experiences there have been good, as has been the word on much of the lineup.

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    Moscow Business Square: India's Film Bazaar

    This is the last post from Russia but not the last call to independent filmmakers and film financiers to look at co-production as the engine to move your project foward. International co-operation begins at home. Look at IFP's new initiatives. Or look abroad at the pre-markets and co-production m...

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    'Winnebago Man' Poster

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    Northside: This Weekend

    Our friends over at the L Magazine were kind enough to recommend the first offering in our EAT THIS FILM! Series at 92YTribeca (don't miss our second screening: Cooking History a hilarious, surprisingly-without-distribution doc about that examines the history of European military conflicts via food ...

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    Review: "Farewell"

    Aircraft are among the most photogenic objects you can put onscreen—they're beautiful, they move in a realm humanity always dreamed of entering and convey power, force and excitement—and few flying machines were as stunning to behold as the Graf Zeppelin. This German airship is the star of Dutch documentarian Ditteke Mensink's “Farewell,” an account of the first airborne circumnavigation of the globe by a commercial craft, in August of 1929. Anyone with a soft spot for these giant silver cigars will positively swoon for 90 minutes at the sight of the LZ-127 making its way from New York to Germany, over Russia to Tokyo and then to an unschedul...

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    Inception Early Review: Rolling Stone Goes First

    Peter Travers gives a 3 1/2 star review of Christopher Nolan's Inception in Rolling Stone. The review is not online yet. But The New York Post's Lou Lumenick found a hard copy on a New York newstand, and posted the bullet graph:

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