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    Tribeca's Image Problem: Wrapping Up The 2010 Fest

    With each passing year, complaints about the lackluster program of the Tribeca Film Festival sound more and more like a broken record. This time around, Martin Scorsese did, too.

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    Hero Complex Film Fest Books Nimoy, Scott, Nolan

    Geoff Boucher's The Hero Complex blog at the LATimes is mounting its own Film Festival: tickets go on sale Monday at 10 am.

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    Polanski Speaks Out, Wants Out

    On Sunday Roman Polanski stated that "he can remain silent no longer" over his still-unresolved rape case, now 33 years old, and distributed a statement to the media. Actually his old friend Bernard-Henri Lévy sent around the 908-word statement, reports the NYT.

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    SFIFF 53 Day Five: The Way of Nature, Between Two Worlds, Morning, Wholphin Waters

    San Francisco's Meredith Brody reviews The Way of Nature, meets Leland Orser and goes Wholphin.

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    A Smart Note to Twilight Fans from Bill Condon

    Writer-director Bill Condon is a smart cookie. On Saturday afternoon, he posted a note to Twilight fans on Facebook, beginning an engagement with them, letting them know he gets their world as he approached getting started on the final installment(s), Breaking Dawn. One of his tasks is going to be f...

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    "Freak" on a Leash.

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    A Nightmare on Elm Street Remake Takes $32 Million, Furry Vengeance Flops

    The Nightmare on Elm Street remake grabbed a hefty $32.2 million at the weekend box office. How to Train Your Dragon and Date Night still have legs, while The Back-Up Plan took a second-week dive and Brendan Fraser flopped in Furry Vengeance. Anthony D'Alessandro crunches the numbers:

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