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    Charlie Crist To Run For Senate; Stay In Closet

    Charlie Crist To Run For Senate; Stay In Closet

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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

    Five Questions for Allison Mack

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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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    Answering To Nobody But Herself: "You" Director Melora Hardin

    Melora Hardin is a veteran actress of theater (she recently starred in "Chicago" on Broadway), television (she's known for her recurring role on NBC's "The Office"), and film (she's currently in the studio hit "17 Again"). With her husband, actor Gildart Jackson, she produced and directed the independent feature film, "You." The film is the story of Miranda (Hardin) and Rawdon (Jackson), a couple happily married with a young daughter. But when Miranda dies suddenly, Rawdon is left to raise their daughter on his own, while keeping Miranda alive in his imagination. The film also stars Amy Pietz, Joely Fisher, Brenda Strong, and Allison Mack. Ha...

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    Jon & Kate & Who Cares?

    Jon & Kate & Who Cares?

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    'Feeling' the Movies: Scott Hamilton Kennedy Exposes the Establishment in "The Garden"

    Politics, power, greed and the working class take the focus of Scott Hamilton Kennedy's Oscar-nominated doc, "The Garden." A follow up to his film, "OT: Our Town," Kennedy's film lays out how backroom deals, land developing, green politics, money and corruption intersect with working class families who rely on this communal garden for their livelihood. "The Garden" exposes the fault lines in American society and raises crucial and challenging questions about liberty, equality, and justice for the poorest and most vulnerable among us.... The film features a slew of celeb appearances, including Danny Glover, Willie Nelson, Joan Baez and Daryl H...

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    AFI Fest Goes Free in '09

    In an unprecented move for a major U.S. film festival, AFI Fest in Los Angeles will offer free tickets to all screenings at this year's event, set for October 30th to November 7th. Also, the festival is moving from the Arclight to Mann's Chinese Theater in Hollywood this year, while also featuring ...

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    Glass Half Full? The Future of Media

    Has all the dire talk about the fate of the media reached a crescendo? Somehow, amidst all the doom and gloom scenarios about the death of traditional journalism in the wake of declining prospects for newspapers, some media insiders are starting to send a more positive message. Along with the potent...

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    6 Films to Watch for from the 52nd San Francisco International Film Festival

    The oldest film festival on North American soil continues to buck trends, innovate, and focus on quality over commerce as it plows ahead seemingly unencumbered by a slumping economy that has sharply altered and downsized (and in some cases bankrupt) its peers. In its 52nd year, the San Francisco Int...

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