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    Films of the 2000s

    What's lovely about this seven-minute montage of films of the 2000s is the way the editor uses music to link images by mood; it's astonishing how haunting a moment can be, from Jack Nicholson in About Schmidt to Haley Joel Osment in A.I. .

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    True/False Fest Announces Impressive Lineup of Docs

    Fresh off the heels of Sundance, the 2010 True/False Film Festival opens Thursday, February 25, 2010 in Columbia, MO, loaded with an impressive number of sneak previews and recently debuted documentaries, including two Sundance favorites, US Documentary Grand Jury Prize winner "Restrepo," chroniclin...

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    The Gayest Super Bowl-Related Photo of All-Time

    I've never watched a Super Bowl (no, not even for the commercials), have a very vague idea as to how football even works (though thats improved significantly thanks to Friday Night Lights.. now I know there's something called a "touch down" involved and that the most sought after position on the fie...

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    Oscar Duel: Has Quentin Tarantino Produced a Legacy of Greatness?

    During a public appearance in London last month, Quentin Tarantino told the audience that with Inglourious Basterds, he is now an auteur; he has established a body of work that can be analyzed as a whole and as a product of his unique vision. Recalling his experiences watching the films of Howard Ha...

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    Martina Egi Ventures into the Sahara in "Barefoot to Timbuktu"

    Martina Egi's debut documentary "Barefoot to Timbuktu" tells the story of Ernst Aebi, a Swiss-American artist, who in the 1980s set out on a journey in the Sahara where he stumbled upon Araouane, a historical settlement in the desert, where he settled and strove to improve living conditions for the ...

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    Sarasota Fest Sets Dates; Promote Staffers

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    Oscar Watch: Tomm Moore Talks The Secret of Kells

    It was a ten-year journey for animator Tomm Moore, who was as shocked as anyone when, after submitting his first feature The Secret of Kells at the last possible minute, the 95% hand-drawn film earned an Annie nomination (the only indie film to do so) followed by an Oscar nomination for best animat...

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    2010's Official Oscar Poster

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    "Air" Wins USC Scripter

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    cinemadaily | Bad Girls

    "This week Sony is releasing 'Bad Girls of Film Noir,' a two-volume collection that contains eight little-known titles from the Columbia Pictures archive," reports Dave Kehr in the New York Times. "As it turns out, not all of the girls in this set are bad, and not all the films noir. But given the b...

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