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    B-Side shutters

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    cinemadaily | "Tomorrow" Arrives

    "There are few American films as subtle, moving and bursting with human truth as Leo McCarey’s 'Make Way for Tomorrow' (1937), and few that have been as unjustly forgotten," writes Dave Kehr in the New York Times. "Never given a home video release in America, the film this week becomes the 505th DVD...

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    Post-Sundance Indie Landscape, New Faces

    The Sundance Festival unfolds in two parts: what gets seen during the festival itself, and what happens afterwards.

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    Weekend Wrap: Hurt Locker Gains Ground at WGA, BAFTAs

    This weekend's key awards events--the Writers Guild (WGA) and British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTAs) awards--did much to advance the inevitable march toward multiple Oscar wins for The Hurt Locker, which won original screenplay at both shows, and a total of six BAFTAs, including cinema...

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    "The Hurt Locker" Dominates BAFTA Awards

    Kathryn Bigelow's "The Hurt Locker" lead the winners of the the Orange British Academy Film Awards, or BAFTAs, handed out at London’s Royal Opera House tonight.

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    BAFTA Award Winners

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    60th Berlinale – Day Seven: L’arbre et le foret, Monga, Shahada, The Kids Are All Right

    One week in, Berlin correspondent Meredith Brody shows no signs of flagging in her quest to ingest the perfect mix of festival movies.

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    Alexandre Desplat

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    Berlinale 60 Day Eight: Na Putu, Jud Suss--Rise and Fall, Covered, Kings of Pastry, Alice Waters

    As the 60th Berlin Film Festival wound down, Meredith Brody continued to track the films--and the food, including a feast for chef Alice Waters. (Here's indieWIRE's Berlin closing night report: Turkish director Semih Kaplanoglu’s Bal (Honey), a Turkish-German production, won the Golden Bear, while R...

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    Box Office: Polanski's "Ghost" Haunts Specialty B.O. While Scorsese's "Island" Soars

    With a whopping $44,750 average, Roman Polanski's "The Ghost Writer" stormed the specialty box office this weekend, according to estimates provided by Rentrak. The political thriller - starring Ewan McGregor, Pierce Brosnan, and Kim Cattrall - is coming off last week's debut at the Berlin Internat...

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