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    5 Questions for Susan Kaplan, director of "Three of Hearts"

    For more than a year now, Susan Kaplan's "Three of Hearts" -- the story of a 'trinogomous' relationship between two men and a woman -- has been receiving overwhelming acclaim on the film festival circuit. Kaplan explores what might seem like a sensational subject in "Three of Hearts: A Postmodern Fa...

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    Out of the Cold

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    Saluting Bob Berney and Toasting a Commitment to Finding Gems

    While managing the Showcase Cinema, a suburban Dallas art-house in the early 80's, Picturehouse president Bob Berney infamously screened Jean-Luc Godard's "Every Man For Himself"; his local patrons demanded refunds. But it wasn't long before Berney, who had worked as an AMC Theaters projectionist wh...

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    Atom Egoyan's "Where the Truth Lies" Invokes Dean Martin and Jerry Lee Lewis 1950s Duo

    Atom Egoyan's "Where the Truth Lies" brings back the seamy underbelly view of the 1950s, a decade that tends to be remembered as the halcyon days of suburban America. The film is a thinly veiled account of the partnership between Dean Martin, played by Colin Firth, and Jerry Lee Lewis, played by Kevin Bacon, who were a formidable duo in Hollywood during the '50s. A dead woman is found in their hotel room one night during their heyday, and a reporter comes on the scene to dig up the case two decades later. Separate from the film, but adding to the legend of Martin and Lewis, is Lewis' soon-to-be-released memoir about their relationship - and s...

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    The Palestinian Invasion: Will "Paradise Now" Be the Biggest Arabic-Language Film Ever?

    Two years ago, Hany Abu-Assad's "Rana's Wedding" -- a political comedy about a Palestinian woman's mishaps getting married in Ramallah -- debuted in U.S. theaters with favorable reviews and the hopes of capturing the art-house market and offering American audiences a uniquely Palestinian perspective...

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    At A Weekend Forum, Considering The Challenges of Film Distribution Today

    Democracy is coming to the world of independent film. Soon, people wanting to see whatever specialty film they want whenever they want it will no longer be dependent on distributors and exhibitors to set their agenda. And struggling filmmakers will benefit by finding more outlets for their work. Tha...

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    COCAINE ANGEL Lives!!!

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    Unique "Four Eyed" Strategy: iTunes, MySpace.com, The New iPod, and a Video Podcast Series

    With Apple's announcement of its new video screen iPod just one day old, independent filmmakers are already eyeing how the device (and its supporting software iTunes) might help them distribute their own work. Susan Buice and Arin Crumley, who recently spoke with indieWIRE in a profile exploring the...

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    Mikio Naruse: Part II

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