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    Storytelling, Of All Kinds, Showcased at Nantucket Fest

    "I lost my virginity here," Ben Stiller revealed to a small crowd at the Nantucket Film Festival on Friday night. "But that's not my story." As his legendary parents -- comedians Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara -- looked on, Stiller launched into a delightfully candid anecdote about taking too much aci...

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    Looking for "Movies that Inspire," Under the Stars at 10th Maui Fest

    Maui rolled out the red carpet (on the beach) and the chocolate (drizzled with coconut) to celebrate their 10th year of film paradise. The Maui Film Festival, June 17 - 21, brought a solid slate of "movies that inspire" — and healthy dose of rock-n-roll — to this Hawaiian island 2500 miles from the ...

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    "Tomorrow" Takes Cinereach Award at Human Rights Watch

    The Human Rights Watch International Film Festival and Cinereach presented the 2009 Cinereach Award to Fabrizio Lazzaretti and Paolo Santolini for their film "Back Home Tomorrow." The film weaves together the stories of two children affected by war during their stays in the hands of Italian aid orga...

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    Outfest To Honor Roos

    Outfest has announced that it will present its 13th Annual Achievement Award to screenwriter and director Don Roos. The Achievement Award is Outfest's highest honor and is presented "in recognition of a body of work that has made a significant contribution to LGBT film and media." The award will be ...

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    Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough

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    "How do you follow Brian Williams?"

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    Where the Boys Are

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    Moneyball Update

    It was a bad week for Steven Soderbergh and his $57-million screen version of Michael Lewis's baseball book Moneyball, which Sony shut down as of Friday--with a Monday start-of-production date. (How odd that "producer" Michael DeLuca was on his honeymoon last week and still has not returned. Soderbergh's producer Greg Jacobs was in charge, clearly.) The problem with the Sony spin over the weekend is that it doesn't make sense for Sony chief Amy Pascal to be suddenly discovering that she didn't like a script that had been in circulation--and active pre-production for weeks. Soderbergh was open about his documentary-like approach, and had obtai...

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    A Non-Fiction Weekend: 9 Great SilverDocs Moments

    As with many fests, 2009 marked a year of transition for SilverDocs. Founding director Patricia Finneran left the fest, and programmer Sky Sitney became Artistic Director. On the programming side, any additional responsibilities seem only to have spurred Sitney to greater triumphs, as the fest put ...

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