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    "Drown" & "Junior" Win Top Woodstock Fest Honors; Hope and Linklater Take Fetes

    In a lengthy ceremony that brought out some seminal figures in independent film, the Woodstock Film Festival handed out its honors Saturday night in somewhat nearby Kingston, NY with Cruz Angeles' "Don't Let Me Drown" winning the prize for best narrative feature, while Jenna Rosher's "Junior" took ...

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    New Yorker Goes Friendly on Finke

    I met with New Yorker writer Tad Friend when he came out to L.A. last July. We talked at Caffe Latte, ostensibly about the Hollywood blogosphere, but it quickly became clear that Nikki Finke was the irresistible subject at hand. No question, she's compelling. Always.

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    "Antichrist" Causes Audience Member To Have Seizure In New York

    "Antichrist" Causes Audience Member To Have Seizure In New York

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    Weekend Movie Guide: A Serious Man is Must-See

    Cinephile Must-SeesA Serious Man Tomatometer 86% Metascore 74This dark Jewish comedy was the best movie I saw in Toronto; top-notch Coens.

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    Barrymore's Whip It Delivers

    Reelz Channel host Leonard Maltin reviews Drew Barrymore's Whip It this week.

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    Who is Zoe Keating and Why Should Indie Filmmakers Care?

    New York-based digital consultant Chris Dorr and I had a lively phone conversation Thursday about how independent filmmakers should exploit the internet. He got off the phone and wrote this essay.

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    We Interrupt Our Commitment To Elitist Seriousness...

    We Interrupt Our Commitment To Elitist Seriousness...

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    "Art" Packs Punch at NYFF Screening

    It's not often that a post-screening Q&A produces big fireworks, especially at such a venerable and reserved affair as the New York Film Festival, but the sparks flew Wednesday night following Don Argott's doc, "The Art of the Steal." The film, which recalls the long and arduous fight for control of...

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    Sony Pictures Classics Acquires The Last Station

    Sony Pictures Classics has added Telluride Film Festival hit The Last Station to its burgeoning 2009 slate of possible Oscar contenders. (Here's my Telluride feature on the movie.) The studio specialty subsidiary, which acquired North And Latin American rights, will push for Helen Mirren, Christophe...

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