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    Variety Reviews "Up"

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    His Cherry Orchard: Olivier Assayas On "Summer Hours"

    "I must say it was a much easier process than most of my recent films," Olivier Assayas said of his "Summer Hours" during last year's New York Film Festival, where it had its U.S. premiere. "Ultimately, the producer who made the film happen - Martin Karmitz, a big independent producer in France - I ...

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    Five Questions for Allison Mack

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    iTunes Doesn't Like Dick

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    Happy Up Here

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    Horror Hit, "Dead," Set Worldwide

    Glenn McQuaid's "I Sell the Dead," the opening night movie from this year's Slamdance Film Festival, has scored a slew of deals with IFC taking U.S. rights for a theatrical and VOD release, Blockbuster making a home entertainment pact, Anchor Bay lining up Canada, U.K, Australia and New Zealand, and...

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    Death Star Destroys Enterprise

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    Potter's "Rage" Finds Unique Home

    Independent web TV service Babelgum and Cinetic Rights Management have announced a unique deal for multi-territory online and mobile release for Sally Potter's "Rage," timed to coincide with traditional media release worldwide.

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    Mismanaged

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    "Children," "Treeless" Win At Asian-Pacific Fest

    The 2009 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival celebrated the close of its 25th Anniversary edition by handing out awards in a variety of categories. Tze Chun's "Children of Invention" and So Yong Kim's "Treeless Mountain" were the big winners, with "Children" taking Grand Jury Prize for Outstanding Fiction Film honors as well as acting awards for its two young stars, Michael Chen and Crystal Chiu, while "Mountain" was honored with the Outstanding Director Award as well as awards for its young stars, Hee Yeon Kim and Song Hee Kim. Additionally, Christopher Wong's "Whatever It Takes" won both the audience award and Grand Jury Prize in the d...

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