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  • Leonard Maltin
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    Hondo In 3-D at the Academy

    Earlier this week, I was honored to be asked to host a screening of 'Hondo' (1953) at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Hondo is one of the few major films of its time that couldn’t be shown at the World 3-D Film Festival in recent years, so hardly anyone has seen it projected in 3-D ...

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    Blue(s) Movie: Cadillac Records

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    IDFA '08 | "Burma VJ" & Girl Talk Doc, "RIP," in Fest Spotlight on IDFA's Awards Night

    Anders Ostergaard's "Burma VJ - Reporting From a Closed Country" was without question the buzz title of IDFA 2008. The story of last year's uprising against the military dictatorship in Myanmar, told through secret home video footage, offers a direct look at the movement and it's organizers. "Burma"...

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    Open Source Cinema.

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  • "Boredom at Its Boredest" by Michael ...
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    The 2008 Hammer to Nail Awards

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    Mumbai

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    New Media Thoughts of the Day.

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    DISPATCH FROM AMSTERDAM | Never mind the Economy and Fickle Tastes, IDFA Carries Forward

    During a party last night hosted by various film sales companies attending the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) a group of attendees commented that the festival seems to have regained its footing after the event's move to new venues near Rembrandtplein in the center of the ci...

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    Los Angeles Film Festival Director Rich Raddon Resigns

    After weeks of mounting pressure, Rich Raddon, Festival Director of Film Independent's Los Angeles Film Festival, has resigned from the post he has held since 2000.

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