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  • "Boredom at Its Boredest" by Michael ...
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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    REVIEW | Winter Kills: Tomas Alfredson's "Let the Right One In"

    With its calm, wintry rural setting, Tomas Alfredson's adaptation of novelist John Ajvide Lindqvist's Swedish best-seller "Let the Right One In" depicts slaughter, death, and dismemberment as though sprung from the stanzas of Robert Frost. This is hardly the first film to drench teen angst and burge...

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  • "Lincoln Blogs" by Michael Lerman
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    A Festival Programming Manifesto

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  • Gabe's Declaration of Principles
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    Doc Fest Logos

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    SNL Pulls Off A Great Episode Amid Massive Attention

    SNL Pulls Off A Great Episode Amid Massive Attention

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    Fanning the Fear of Zombies, Pursuing User-Generated Storylines via the Internet

    Zombies have invaded the internet. Earlier this year, two separate attempts to create user-generated narratives about outbreaks of cannibalistic living dead launched into cyberspace, but each one approached the concept from a vastly different angle. "Lost Zombies," which started in May, asks users t...

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    iW NEWS | Sony Classics Gets "Easy"

    Sony Pictures Classics has announced its acquisition of the US, South African, and Latin American rights to Ealing Studios' "Easy Virtue." Directed by Stephan Elliott, the film stars Jessica Biel, Colin Firth, Kristin Scott Thomas and Ben Barnes. The 1930s set romantic comedy made its debut at the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival. "I think Sony Pictures Classics is a perfect home for this very contemporary take on a period movie," said Ealing Studios' head Barnaby Thompson in a statement. The deal was negotiated with Ealing Studio International's Natalie Brenner, Endgames' Douglas Hansen and Ealing Studios' Barnaby Thompson. [Peter...

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    NYFF: Let It Rain

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