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    Jon Reiss: "We are in the midst of a new world order or crisis"

    This speech was delivered at the recent CPH:DOX Forum in Copenhagen. Jon Reiss will be doing a presentation today at 6 p.m. at IFC Center in Manhattan and selling his book, "Think Outside the Box Office," immediately after. The book is also available for purchase on his website.

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    Dubai Readies for 6th Outing with World Cinema Focus

    Twenty films will screen in the upcoming Dubai International Film Festival's "Cinema of the World" line up. "Gritty dramas" and "controversial documentaries" from Denmark, France and Peru are part of the roster, fest organizers unveiled. The sixth DIFF takes place December 9 - 16 in the United Arab ...

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    An Exciting New indieWIRE Section

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    Introducing criticWIRE: Sokurov's "The Sun" Tops This Week

    Alexander Sokurov's "The Sun," from the 2005 Berlinale, is currently atop indieWIRE's new criticWIRE among films opening in theaters this week. The new section of indieWIRE, being officially unveiled today, features hundreds of grades for new and recent films from dozens of film critics and bloggers...

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    Clips of Sarah Palin on Oprah

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    REVIEW | "Broken" Record: Almodovar's Latest Repeats His Greatest Hits

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This review was originally published as part of indieWIRE's coverage of the 2009 Cannes Film Festival.

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    AMC Select Seeks Filmmakers

    With a lack of available distributors to handle the spate of indie films seeking theatrical release, some filmmakers are taking matters into their own hands. Doc director Mary Mazzio went directly to a theater chain. Now her movie is playing in eight cities.

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    cinemadaily | Criterion, Denver, and the Decade

    Some exciting news from Criterion: Max Ophuls’ lavish biopic "Lola Montès" and Leo McCarey’s 30s tearjerker "Make Way for Tomorrow" will join the collection in February. Also on tap for the Criterion treatment are two recent films: Steve McQueen's "Hunger" and Götz Spielmann's "Revanche." More from ...

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