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    Telluride vs. Venice

    The Telluride Film Festival is the perk of perks, the most civilized, best-curated small film festival in the world. (Here's the new Telluride poster from animator Ralph Eggleston.) It takes place every Labor Day weekend high in the Colorado Rockies and I would ordinarily never consider going somewh...

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    HBO's The Neistat Brothers Debuts June 4th

    Fair to say, HBO's latest series The Neistat Brothers, which debuts on June 4th, is not like anything you have ever seen before.

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    A Bizarre Window Into Uganda's Gay Hate

    A Bizarre Window Into Uganda's Gay Hate

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    SF's Frameline Fest Announces "Anne Lister" and "Howl" as Open/Close

    SF's Frameline Fest Announces "Anne Lister" and "Howl" as Open/Close

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    Not a Conventional Shoot: Schnack's DNC Doc

    This interview was originally published as part of indieWIRE's coverage of the 2009 SilverDocs Film Festival. "Convention" hits theaters this Friday.

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    Holiday Box Office: "Agora," "Micmacs" Post Decent Debuts; Restored "Breathless" Scores (UPDATED)

    While Hollywood suffered one of its weakest Memorial Day weekends in recent memory with both "Prince of Persia" and "Sex and the City 2" posting underwhelming debuts, the specialty front got a fair boost from a batch of newcomers. Alejandro Amenabar's "Agora," Jean-Pierre Jeunet's "Micmacs," Stepha...

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    Dennis Quaid

    Dennis Quaid

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    Weekend Box Office: Family-Friendly Shrek 4 Overtakes Wimpy Prince of Persia and Sex and the City 2

    Holdover family film Shrek 4 carried the anemic four-day Memorial Day Weekend holiday; its estimated $55.7 million gross bested two weak openers in the high-to-low $37-million range, Disney's Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time and R-rated Sex and the City 2, reports Anthony D'Alessandro:

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    Dear Michael Patrick King,

    Dear Michael Patrick King,

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    Who Will Direct The Hobbit, With Del Toro Moving On? Not Jackson, for Now

    Soon after revealing that he was waiting for the dust to clear at MGM so he could get on with The Hobbit, Guillermo del Toro, one of Hollywood's hottest directors after Pan's Labyrinth and Hell Boy 2, is quitting The Hobbit because he can't keep his career on hold any longer; he's already been on th...

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