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    iW PROFILE | "Caramel" Director Nadine Labaki

    "Caramel," the funny, sharp-eyed import about a beauty shop that opens in theaters today, set tongues a-flapping in Cannes last year as well as in 40 countries so far--by far the largest release a Lebanese film has ever received. It also is the first movie made in Beirut that doesn't reference the w...

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    and (the debate) winner is?

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    SF Chronicle: Picturing Harvey Milk

    "Milk," which stars Sean Penn as the groundbreaking gay politician, won't be in theaters until some time next year. But the making of the film on the streets of San Francisco excavates a potent piece of the city's history. Steven Winn reports.

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    clinton fatigue

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    PARK CITY '08 | Sundance Buying Spree Stirs Talk; Sony Classics Adds "Baghead," "River," and "Wackne

    In a Sundance year that saw buyers zeroing in on a small handful of titles like "Hamlet 2," "American Teen," and "Choke," each going to a different Indiewood company, Sony Pictures Classics' slow-and-steady approach yielded a bounty of three notable acquisitions late in the festival. "Frozen River,"...

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    SILVER JEW Update

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    PARK CITY '08 REVIEW | American Wine: Randall Miller's "Bottle Shock"

    Does every film festival get the wine movie it deserves? Four years ago, Cannes popped the cork on Jonathan Nossiter's "Mondovino," a rich and full-bodied documentary wherein the subject of winemaking was mainly a means to explore the buzz-kill of globalization and to toast anti-Americanism (at leas...

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    Endless Nacho Possibilities

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