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    Magnolia, Landmark, and Cinetic Planning Parallel Theatrical & Digital Releases for Upcoming Wayne W

    For more than thirty years, Wayne Wang has navigated the vastly different terrains of the independent film industry and Hollywood. Now, he's preparing to extend his experience to another domain -- the Internet. Due to the close relationship between his latest two features, "The Princess of Nebraska"...

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    Walking a Tight Rope and Swinging for the Fences: Across the Country, Non-Profits React to SFFS Anno

    "The rules of the game are in flux," noted Gabe Wardell via email last week, reacting to the news of the San Francisco Film Society's expansion into filmmaker services in the wake of the demise of the 32 year old Film Arts Foundation. "While some say the sky is falling, and others make bold predicti...

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    REVIEW | The Rising: Tia Lessin and Carl Deal's "Trouble the Water"

    "I'm showing the world that we had a world before the storm," says Kimberly Rivers Roberts, a.k.a. Black Kold Madina, on August 28, 2005, the day preceding Hurricane Katrina's devastating touch down in New Orleans. Kimberly is poor, black, and, unlike the majority of the city's wealthier white citiz...

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    The Weekend of Rainn and Anna.

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    "Hamlet 2" | Focus Features Hopes: Blithe Comedy + Well-Known Entertainers = Late Summer Hit

    In a key scene halfway through "Hamlet 2," a downtrodden Arizona high school theater teacher named Dana Marschz (Steve Coogan), whose raunchy, quasi-autobiographical play has raised the ire of the local community, gets his confidence boosted by Cricket Feldstein (Amy Poehler), a fiery representative...

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    Bay Area Blockbuster: SF Film Society Plans Expansion as Film Arts Foundation Closes Its Doors

    In a seismic shift within the Bay Area film community, the San Francisco Film Society (SFFS), which organizes the annual San Francisco International Film Fesival -- the oldest fest in the United States -- today unveiled a major expansion in the wake of the simultaneous announcement of the closure of the city's 32 year old Film Arts Foundation. The latest non-profit film organization to face fatal financial challenges, Film Arts recently sold its interest in the local 9th Street building it shared with a number of festivals and arts organizations, paying down its debts in the process and paving the way for a deal with the Film Society. "Film ...

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    Momma's Man

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    Wayne Wang's 'A Thousand Years of Good Prayers' Trailer Now Online

    Wayne Wang's 'A Thousand Years of Good Prayers' Trailer Now Online

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