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    Box Office: Holiday Doesn't Hurt "Locker"; "Moon" Flies In Expansion

    With fairly few specialty newcomers finding their way to theaters this holiday weekend, Kathryn Bigelow's "The Hurt Locker" had no trouble hanging on to its place at the top of the iW BOT. The Iraq War thriller - likely riding its Oscar-buzz worthy reviews - expanded from 4 to 9 screens this weeken...

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    The Best Statue In The World

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    Czechs, They're Just Like Us

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    Werner Herzog on PBS' The NewsHour

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    Oscilloscope Teams With Warner Brothers Digital Distribution

    "We went out to breakfast with these cats," Adam Yauch said in a statement regarding Oscilloscope Laboratories's new deal with Warner Brothers Digital Distribution, "had a good time hanging out shooting the shit.. so I said - what the hell, they seem like they know what they're doing. Let's do this....

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    'Do The Right Thing' 20 Years Later

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    Are we fighting to preserve a business or an artform? Introducing iW's cinemadaily.

    Last week I posted, on Twitter and Facebook, that I was "contemplating the increasingly striking tension between art and industry." That comment came after a lengthy email exchange with a good friend who was reacting to the recent James Stern keynote speech at the Los Angeles Film Festival. The rema...

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    David Hudson Retires Short-Lived IFC Blog

    David Hudson Retires Short-Lived IFC Blog

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    Obit: Karl Malden Dead at 97

    Karl Malden is dead.The theater actor will probably best be remembered for reprising his stage role as Mitch in Elia Kazan's Streetcar Named Desire, for which he won the supporting actor Oscar. He also made his mark in Kazan's On the Waterfront. While Malden played his share of villains, he was know...

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