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    Oscars 2010 | "Food, Inc."'s Robert Kenner: "We aren’t seeing the real costs of cheap food yet"

    "While trying to put the film together, people thought they had already seen it because of 'Supersize Me' but I wanted to go beyond the evils of food and start a dialogue about the industrialization of the whole system," "Food, Inc." director Robert Kenner told indieWIRE. "I wanted to make a film f...

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    Framed: "The Art of the Steal"

    In 1922, a formerly blue-collar pharmacist named Dr. Albert C. Barnes used his newly acquired millions to create a most unusual art museum in South Merion, a small suburb near Philadelphia. With no previous exposure to the art world, Barnes made brave purchases based on his own tastes rather than those of the respected art institutions, acquiring artists unknown or unpopular among elite American society at the time, including Picasso, Monet, Manet, Matisse, and Cezanne. Barnes amassed what later came to be known as the largest and most significant collection of Impressionist, Postimpressionist, and Modernist art in the entire world. Unfortuna...

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    SXSW '10 | David Mitchell's Feature Debut Cuts Close to Home

    For his first feature film "The Myth of the American Sleepover," director David Robert Mitchell, set himself the task of making a teen film close to his heart by setting the film in his home state of Michigan. Mitchell strived for realism by shooting the entire film in Michigan, and cast a group of ...

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    Panahi Arrested in Iran

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    Ebert: To Honor and Be Honored

    Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Roger Ebert has a lot going on these days. Today, the San Francisco International Film Festival announced that Ebert will be celebrated with the Mel Novikoff Award, which goes to an individual or institution who fosters a love and appreciation of film, at the fest's fifty-third installment. The award ceremony, on Saturday, May 1, will precede a screening of one of Ebert's favorite films of 2009, Erick Zonca's Tilda Swinton-starrer "Julia." As The Wrap's Steve Pond reported yesterday, Ebert and his wife Chaz are, this year, endowing the Film Independent Spirit Award's Truer than Fiction Award, given to an emerg...

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