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    Wednesday Miscellaneousness

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    The 2006 New York Film Festival | David Lynch's Inland Empire

    The 2006 New York Film Festival | David Lynch's Inland Empire

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    DISPATCH FROM THE NYFF: Trying to Make Sense of "Inland Empire" and a Closer Look at "The Host"

    The New York Film Festival crossed the halfway mark over the weekend, with Pedro Almodovar's "Volver" in the centerpiece spotlight. The Spanish auteur soaked in the accolades alongside his Cannes award-winning leading ladies Penelope Cruz, Carmen Maura, Lola Duenas, and Yohana Cobo while at a late n...

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    Loony Bin: Terry Gilliam's "Tideland"

    It's amazing the mental leaps one will make in attempts to compensate for a trusted filmmaker's deficiencies. Delusions of mad, misunderstood genius fall away quickly in Terry Gilliam's "Tideland." Not to put too fine a point on it, but what Terry Gilliam's latest creation elicits from its first mom...

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    nyff: dargis diatribe

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    -- indieWIRE Holiday on Monday, October 9th --

    This Monday, October 9th is the Columbus Day holiday in the United States (or Indigenous Peoples Day as it is known in Berkeley, CA). The indieWIRE team in NYC will be enjoying a holiday and we will not publish a daily email edition on Monday, but the indieWIRE.com website will be updated occasional...

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    AMPAS Names 10 Nicholl Finalists

    The ten scripts selected as finalists for the 21st annual Don and Gee Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting, presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences are: "Abilene," Michael Raymond, Auckland, New Zealand, and Seattle, Washington; "Armored," James V. Simpson, New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada; "Beatrice Creek," Eric J. Litra, Monroe, Michigan; "The Free Republic of Bobistan," Arthur M. Jolly, Marina del Rey, California; "Mr. Burnout," Eric T. Gravning, Santa Monica, California; "Palau Rain," Stephanie Lord, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; "Peepers," Clark E. Morrow, Olathe, Kansas; "10 Day Contract," Josh D. Schorr, South...

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    Voice of a New Generation

    Voice of a New Generation

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