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    USC Professor Anne Friedberg Loved Windows

    It's always tough to say good-bye to a friend who dies too young. After a lingering fight against colorectal cancer, Anne Friedberg died October 9 at age 57.

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    REVIEW | City Slicksters: “New York I Love You”

    Thanks to the surprise success of producer Emmanuel Benbihy's "Paris, je t'aime," we will now have to endure a series of planned omnibus-film tributes to cities around the world clunked together with submissions from various trendy directors. After Paris, New York is the brow-furrowing first of thes...

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    Eugene Hernandez: Critics (still) Matter

    New York, NY, October 12, 2009 -- Filmmaker Antonio Campos reads his reviews. Since debuting his first feature "Afterschool" at last year's Cannes Film Festival and later screening at the New York Film Festival, among others, he's been closely following polarized reactions to the film. Now, a week i...

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    iW Contest | Ask Lars von Trier!!

    Famously afraid of flying, "Antichrist" director Lars von Trier has nevertheless appeared via satellite link in Toronto in September and most recently at the New York Film Festival to talk about his new film, which has polarized festival audiences.

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    The Flixster Effect: 2 Billion Movie Ratings

    Call it the Flixster Effect.

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    Weekend Read: 2012 Clips, FIND Conference, FTC Blog Rules, Polanski Culture Clash

    Filmmaker Magazine reports from this weekend's FIND conference. So does Screen.

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    Red Riding... so far

    Red Riding... so far

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    Where the Wild Things Are: Too Costly to Succeed?

    Where the Wild Things Are pushes my buttons.

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    Girl with Dragon Tattoo Gets U.S. Release

    As I speed through the second installment of the late Swedish author Steig Larsson's global bestseller, the Millenium Trilogy, Music Box Films is considering a U.S. release of the Swedish crime thriller The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, which has grossed almost $100 million worldwide to date. (Here's...

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    Box Office: "Education" Scores High Marks; "Paranormal Activity" Explodes

    Lone Scherfig's "An Education" lived up to its hype this weekend. According to estimates, the Sony Pictures Classics release - touted as an Oscar contender since its Sundance premiere - grossed $162,381 from just four screens, averaging $40,595. That's the fourth best specialty debut of the year, ...

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