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    Poster of the Week

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    Sarasota 2009 | Victory Lap

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    "In A Dream" Director Jeremiah Zagar: "Movies were my refuge and my religion"

    Director Jeremiah Zagar's doc "In a Dream" is described as a "a stunning portrait of love and betrayal and the strength of family bonds." a son sets out to make a portrait of his eccentric father but instead ends up exposing the secrets of his entire family. Fixtures in the South Philadelphia art sc...

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    Lamelife

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    If You're In Montreal This Weekend...

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    Apple/iW Meet the Filmmaker Podcast: "Sin Nombre" Director Cary Fukunaga

    “We didn’t have a big budget…it was already a huge risk that [the studio] was willing to gamble on a first time director, a film in Spanish, with no cast that anyone could recognize. Most people would see that and they’d say you’re crazy to ask for a million dollars," filmmaker Cary Fukunaga said at...

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    Elephant Eye Stampedes Sundance Winner "Maid" for Autumn

    North American distribution rights to director Sebastian Silva's 2009 Sundance winner, "La Nana" (The Maid) have been acquired by Elephant Eye Films, the company's Kim Jose and David Robinson announced today. The film will make its theatrical premiere in the fall. Jose and Robinson negotiated the di...

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    Shorts Monthly: "The Witness" Captivates Audience and Jury at Aspen Shortsfest 2009

    On February 22, 2009, Adam Pertofsky walked away empty handed when his 32-minute documentary, "The Witness: From the Balcony of Room 306," lost the Oscar race to "Smile Pinky." On April 5, 2009, Pertofsky's film was trophy magnet, winning both Best Documentary and Audience Favorite at the 18th annu...

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    Speaking of Scientology

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