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    "Factory Girl" to Open Santa Barbara Fest, 22 World Premieres Touted for 22nd Annual Event

    The 2007 Santa Barbara International Film Festival will open on January 25th with George Hickenlooper's "Factory Girl," starring Sienna Miller as famed Warhol superstar Edie Sedgwick. The fest will close on February 4th with Sue Kramer's "Gray Matters," described as a screwball comedy (with a gay tw...

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    (very) early spring?

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    Reverse Shot's Top Ten List for 2006

    As per usual, this Reverse Shot Top Ten list was compiled by polling each of our loyal staff writers for their ten favorite films of the year. The first-place ranked film received ten points, the second-place nine points, and so on. Each film on the resulting list is then assigned to a writer who ...

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    AP Report: Asshole Makes Another Movie

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    Depression Era (Once Again)

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    REVIEW | Child's Play: Guillermo Del Toro's "Pan's Labyrinth"

    "A fairy tale for grown-ups!" exclaim the mindless reviewers who can't get their noses out of their press kits. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth. Aside from its highly exploitative and infantile use of graphic gore, this one is strictly for the kiddies, or at least, those reared on b...

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    Looking Back at '06: Music and Politics Dominate Documentaries

    2006 spawned a wealth of excellent documentary films, a high percentage of which dealt with either matters of music or politics--and many even combined the two themes. But high quality and critical praise did not necessarily translate into huge box office numbers. Four of the year's most lauded musi...

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