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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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    Silverdocs To Honor Maysles

    AFI-Discovery Channel SILVERDOCS Documentary Festival announced that it will honor Albert Maysles at the Charles Guggenheim Symposium, a centrepiece of the eight-day documentary festival which takes place in June just outside Washington, D.C. The Symposium, named after the late, four-time Academy A...

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    Stoners Unite!

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    Regent/Here to Perform "The Art of Being Straight" for Day and Date Release

    "The Art of Being Straight," by from first-time writer/director Jesse Rosen has been acquired by Regent Releasing and Here Media. Regent/Here, which acquired the film from Great Graffiti Films for North American rights, will distribute the film in select cities day and date with here! Networks on Ju...

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    "Wrestler" Writer Signs Deal for Directing Debut, "Big Fan"

    First Independent Pictures has acquired the U.S. rights to 2009 Sundance entry "Big Fan," the directing debut of "The Wrestler" screenwriter Robert Siegel. First Independent will release the film in "late summer to early fall."

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    Tribeca Snapshot: Marshall Curry's "Racing Dreams"

    "If I'm not not racing, I'm not happy," says one of the adolescent drivers in Marshall Curry's "Racing Dreams." Of course, an eleven year old's perception of happiness tends to rely on the whims of the surrounding environment, and the speedy realm of the racetrack can certainly make the the rest of ...

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    How to Survive a Plague - 10 Lessons From the Movies

    By Christopher Campbell

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    Show and Tell: Deirdre Allen Timmons's "A Wink and a Smile"

    [An indieWIRE review from Reverse Shot.]

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