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    Google announces Google TV

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    With "Kites," Bollywood Aims for the Sky...and for a Place in Global Cinema

    When Anurag Basu's "Kites" opens in theaters tomorrow, it will have the distinction of being the largest worldwide release for a Hindi film, screening on 2300 screens, 500 of them outside of the Indian subcontinent. Hindi films, or Bollywood films as we commonly call them, are getting wider and wid...

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    Magnet Acquires Critic's Week Title "Rubber"

    Magnet Releasing, the genre arm of Magnolia Pictures, announced today that it has acquired US rights to "Rubber", which is currently screening as part of Cannes Critic's Week. Directed by Quentin Dupieux ("Steak," "Nonfilm"), the film tells the story of Robert, an inanimate tire (yes, a tire) that h...

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    Janelle Monae's "Tightrope"

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    Doug Liman: "This is what I've been trying to do my whole career"

    Despite his significant successes over the past fifteen years, director Doug Liman effectively called his career a bit of a failure today at the Cannes Film Festival. Or, at the very least, he admitted that he's never achieved his ultimate goals with a movie, until now.

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    Our Daily ISA (International Sales Agent): FiGa Films

    IF YOU ARE NOT LOGGED INTO IMDbPro YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO USE ALL THE LINKS.

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    BAM Kicks Off "Soccer Fever!" Week in June

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    Documentaries in the Shadows in Cannes

    The more I think about the second-class status of documentaries at Cannes and other European festivals, the more I appreciate the way Sundance has always fought to give them equal footing every January.

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