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    IFC Center Sets Spring Slate

    New York's IFC Center has announced its slate through June, 2009. Nine theatrical U.S. premieres are included in the batch, from Olivier Assayas' "Summer Hours" to Jia Zhang-ke's "24 City" to Academy Award nominee "Revanche." The full schedule of theatrical engagements is below, for more informatio...

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    Geoff Gilmore Welcomes You To Tribeca

    "I've been at Tribeca for almost a month now, so I guess I can’t claim that I’m still completely frazzled or barely able to follow the complexities of morning staff meetings," Geoff Gilmore said in a statement on the Tribeca Film Festival website this week. "Every institution is different, of cours...

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    Magnolia Has "World's Greatest Dad"

    The Wrap is reporting that Magnolia Pictures has acquired the rights to Bobcat Goldthwait's Sundance entry "World's Greatest Dad." The film - starring Robin Williams as a single high school teacher who exploits his teenage son's suicide - will be released by Magnolia on VOD prior to a theatrical re...

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    Rescue Shelter Boys

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    Poster of the Week

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    Sarasota 2009 | Victory Lap

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    "In A Dream" Director Jeremiah Zagar: "Movies were my refuge and my religion"

    Director Jeremiah Zagar's doc "In a Dream" is described as a "a stunning portrait of love and betrayal and the strength of family bonds." a son sets out to make a portrait of his eccentric father but instead ends up exposing the secrets of his entire family. Fixtures in the South Philadelphia art sc...

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