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    Tribeca's New Doha Fest Joins Busy Mid-East Roster

    The Doha Tribeca Film Festival has announced that the first Festival will be launched in Doha, Qatar October 29 – November 1, 2009 (the film festival will originally slated for November 10 - 14). Through "extensive collaboration" between the Tribeca Film Festival (TFF) and the Qatar Museums Authority (QMA), the Doha Tribeca Film Festival will showcase the "best of the local Qatari community" as well as "the broader Arab culture." The festival "will welcome the community, diverse audiences and the global filmmaking industry with a highly curated program as well as family friendly events that will help to build, inspire and infuse film focus...

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    Transformers: ROTF Passes $300 Million

    Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen has passed the $300 million in 14 days. The sequel is so hugely successful that it encourages the studios to keep pursuing the same dispiriting tentpole dream. It's not a question of Michael Bay being a crap director. He's clearly in the zone of knowing what audie...

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    Daily Links: Twilight's Pattinson Lands Vanity Fair, Baldwin Gets Political, Last Wayne Film

    First GQ and EW, now Vanity Fair. If you were the editor of a major magazine, I think you'd want Twilight star Rob Pattinson for your cover, too. He's booked for Vanity Fair in the fall, around the November release of New Moon. On Twitter, Pattinson fans track his every move and flick of an eyelash,...

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    cinemadaily 07.08.09 | A Big, Gay Week at the Movies

    It's one big, gay weekend at the movies, it seems, with the release of Sacha Baron Cohen's latest button-pushing romp "Bruno" and Lynn Shelton's "beyond gay" bromance "Humpday," both hitting theaters this week, coinciding nicely with Outfest in LA which kicks off tomorrow, July 9.

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    Is There a Fear of Free?

    There is a rather dramatic modern tension being explored in Chris Anderson's "Free: The Future of a Radical Price." It's a conflict being fueled by a cultural shift, a generational divide or the current struggle to find new economic models that work in a time of considerable technological shifts and...

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