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    Go Kart Doc Breaks Out at Tribeca; "Eclipse" Attracts Attention

    Among the scores of films premiering at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival, Marsall Curry's documentary "Racing Dreams"--following three teenage Go Kart racers on their quest to win the national championship--has been garnering significant buzz since its premiere on Saturday. The LA Times' Scott Feinber...

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    That Obscure Object of Desire: Lan Yu

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    "Antichrist Poster"

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    Into the Woods: Götz Spielmann's "Revanche"

    As cinematic revenge-seekers go, Johannes Krisch’s Alex, the protagonist of Götz Spielmann's “Revanche,” is something of an anomaly. If the signature gesture of Lee Marvin's character, Walker, in John Boorman's “Point Blank” is his bloody-minded march toward personal satisfaction, and if that of Mic...

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    High Visibility: The Wire

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    A Swine Flu Survival Guide

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    It's Not Just the Competition! Cannes '09 Breaks out the Classics

    Godard, Losey, Antonioni, Visconti and more are on tap for the Festival de Cannes 2009 in a program headed by Martin Scorsese. The Cannes Classics 2009 is a section of the festival esbablished in 2004 to accompany the contemporary films of the Official Selection with a program of restored and redis...

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    Nobel Winner Among Sundance/Skoll's "Stories of Change"

    "Stories of Change: Social Entrepreneurship in Focus Through Documentary," an initiative spearheaded by the Sundance Institute and Skoll Foundation, has named five recipients who will take part in "a three-year partnership designed to enable the creation of new, feature-length independent documentar...

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    Twilight's Pattinson Flogs Indie How to Be

    While Brit first-timer Oliver Irving's micro-indie How to Be may not be high art, because it stars Twilight star Rob Pattinson, it has a target audience. The flick about a sadsack guitar player who moves back in with his parents after his girlfriend dumps him had been seeking a distrib since its Sla...

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