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    Sundance Roundtable, Parts 3 & 4: "Who's the audience?"

    A question that Christine Vachon was hearing at last year's Sundance Film Festival surrounded Lee Daniels' "Precious" (then called, "Push"). "Who's the audience," she heard people wonder. "It kind of pisses me off," she said during a roundtable conversation with a leading group of producers at Sunda...

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    2010 Releases I'm Excited For + A Few I've Already Seen & Loved

    Even though we'll be spending the next month or so celebrating 2009 with an endless barrage of awards shows, I'm ready to start looking ahead. Besides a good dozen or two titles I'm excited for at Sundance (more on that early next week before I head off to Mormonland myself), it's pretty easy to com...

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    Oscar Talk Episode 18: More Guild Votes, Sandra Bullock, Michael Bay and Golden Globes

    In this week’s Oscar Talk Kris Tapley and I debate the impact of the latest guild votes and describe the week’s crowded party circuit, from Michael Bay’s Transformers 2 sound demo to cocktails with Sandra Bullock, star of The Blind Side. The weekend brings another round: BAFTA tea, and the Golden Gl...

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    Open Wide . . .

    . . . cause you're about to get a mouthful of shit.

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    Fish Tank

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    "DOG" Heats Up January Slam

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    Magnolia Picks "Ondine" for U.S.

    U.S. rights to Oscar-winning filmmaker Neil Jordan's "Ondine" have been picked up by Magnolia Pictures. The NYC-based Wagner/Cuban Companies distributor will release the film early this summer as part of Magnolia's Ultra VOD program, debuting on video on demand systems nationwide a month prior to it...

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    Lemonade

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    NBC Settling Conan Departure, Late Night Goes Wild

    Finally, Conan O'Brien is close to settling with NBC, which (thanks apparently to Universal chief Ron Meyer) is not only paying the talk show host off, but letting him go work for someone else. Leno, who has been hammered relentlessly, along with NBC and NBC Universal chief Jeff Zucker, will stay.

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    Sundance '10 | Zeina Durra Explores Cultural Identity in "Imperialists"

    Director Zeina Durra heads to Sundance with her first feature, "The Imperialists Are Still Alive!" The film concerns Asya, "a successful visual artist working in post-9/11 Manhattan [who] lives the life of the hip and glamorous, replete with exclusive art parties, supermodels, and stretch limousines...

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