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    FUTURES | "Breaking Upwards" Filmmaker Daryl Wein

    Tisch graduate and life-long New Yorker Daryl Wein is a jack-of-all-trades. Drawn to acting at an early age, the affably appealing Wein began exploring filmmaking when his dad bought him his first camcorder in high school. Since then he's been shifting back and forth between the two, with success th...

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    Method Fest Caps with "UrFrenz" & "Tic" Taking Prizes

    California's Method Fest gave out its prizes Wednesday night, maintaining its tradition spotlighting actors with Lily Holleman winning the event's Christie Geraldine Page Award for Best Actress for her performance in "UrFrenz," while Brian Cox took the Time Warner Cable John Garfield Award for Best ...

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    Virginia Film Fest Names Dates and Changes Its Tune

    Virginia Film Fest Names Dates and Changes Its Tune

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    Sundance & Berlin Winner "Waste Land" Set for U.S. Theatrical Debut

    Arthouse has secured a deal for U.S. rights to Lucy Walker's doc "Waste Land," winner of audience awards at both the 2010 Sundance and Berlin film festivals.

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    Leaves of Grass Wows SXSW, Lands New Distrib

    The folks at WME were scrambling this week in the wake of some very good news for client Edward Norton: Tim Blake Nelson's stoner comedy Leaves of Grass, which stars Norton as two very different pot-loving twin brothers, had landed a new distributor. It meant scrambling to pull Norton out of appeara...

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    Global Film Initiative Awards Production Funding to Directors

    Global Film Initiative Awards Production Funding to Directors

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    Duncan Jones is Unhappy About Moon

    In a series of tweets this morning UK filmmaker Duncan Jones--who won an emerging filmmaker prize from BAFTA for his low-budget sci-fi film Moon---bares his rage about not making money on the film. Sorry, but these days few indies do. Sony Worldwide Acquisitions Group acquired the film in many terri...

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    Netflix Streaming on iPad

    Netflix Streaming on iPad

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    Atlanta Film Festival to Screen Lost Jerry Lewis Holocaust Clown Film

    Atlanta Film Festival to Screen Lost Jerry Lewis Holocaust Clown Film

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    "Star" & "Juliet" Bookend 11th Newport Beach Fest

    The world premiere of "Five Star Day", starring "Twilight"'s Cam Gigandet will open the 11th Newport Beach Film Festival and the event will close with early showing of director Gary Winik's ("13 Going on 30") "Letters to Juliet" with Amanda Seyfried ("Dear John"). NBFF takes place in the Orange Coun...

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