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    The New Rules For Air Travel To The U.S.

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    Berlinale Sets Opening and Closing Films

    The 60th Berlin International Film Festival will kick off with the world premiere of the Chinese Competition film "Tuan Yuan" (Apart Together) in the Berlinale Palast on February 11, 2010. "Yuan" is the latest film by Wang Quan'an, who also participated in the Berlinale Competition in 2007 with "Tuy...

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    Box Office 2.0: Recapping The Non-Competition Films of Sundance '09

    This Thursday, the independent film industry will once again turn its attention over to Park City and the 113 feature films screening at the Sundance Film Festival. Deals will be made, big indie box office hopes will result, and another year of hits and misses will follow. But before we head into ...

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    French New Wave, Bigelow and the Quote of the Night at LA Film Critics Dinner over Weekend

    The French took the spotlight on Saturday evening at the Los Angeles Film Critics Association awards dinner at the Century City Interncontinental Hotel. Organizers noted that it was the 50th anniversary of the French New Wave. Fittingly, French actor Jean-Paul Belmondo joined the festivities during ...

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    Pants on the Ground

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    Sundance Fest Panels and Roundtables: Deavere Smith, Banks, Gosling, Junger

    The ten-day 2010 Sundance Film Festival which launches January 21 in Park City, Utah has booked a number of panels and roundtables. Journalist Michele Norris, host of NPR's All Things Considered, will interview Anna Deavere Smith. And each morning at 10:30 a.m. in the Cinema Cafe in the Filmmaker L...

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    Sundance '10 | Poyser Brings Sibling Rivalry in "Lovers of Hate"

    Writer/Director Bryan Poyser is bringing his second feature, "Lovers of Hate" to Sundance, screening in the U.S. Dramatic Competition. His 2004 film, "Dear Pillow" won him prizes at festivals in Atlanta and Boston and gave him a Someone to Watch nomination at the 2005 Independent Spirit Awards. His ...

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    Awards Circuit Gleanings: Bullock and Bay

    The week before the Golden Globes, which happens to coincide with the final days of Oscar balloting, is packed with parties, most of them designed for maximum impact with Academy voters during balloting season. The senior quotient is noticeably higher at these events, where movie stars of yore and c...

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    Post-Globe/Critics Choice Oscar Predictions

    I figured given the awards smorgasbord that was this past weekend, it was time to offer another Oscar predictions update before I head off to Sundance (and the lack of time for this kinda fun it shall offer).

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    The Worst Movies of 2009.

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