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    Weights and Measures: Steve McQueen's Hunger

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    Interview With Kathryn Bigelow

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    Digital Distribution: "Gigantic" Exposure? "Pathetic" Revenues"?

    With limited theatrical options for getting their films in front of audiences today, numerous filmmakers have explored (or at least pondered) the Internet as an outlet. While most seem to covet a slot on iTunes -- the platform that generates the greatest revenues -- the need to work with an aggrega...

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    Brian Fox Launches Self-Distribution Division

    B.D. Fox Independent has launched a self-distribution division.

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    Links Round-Up: Diamonds, SXSW's Berney, SnagFilm, Digital Distribution

    Paramount has acquired this Wired diamond heist story which is online, still not on stands. Variety comfirms that J.J. Abrams will produce.

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    Jacksonville Trip

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    Duplicity: Gilroy Reunites Roberts and Owen

    Two or three things you should know about Tony Gilroy's new film Duplicity, which opens March 20:

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    Sunday Night Sneaks: Sam Raimi, Sacha Baron Cohen Stir SXSW

    "Thanks folks, for wanting it to be good," director Sam Raimi told a raucous crowd well after midnight in Austin late Sunday, moments before the work-in-progress screening of his return to horror, "Drag Me to Hell." For two hours, a full house inside Austin's Paramount Theater screamed, squirmed and...

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    Duplicity: Gilroy Directs Roberts and Owen

    While Duplicity isn't as good as Michael Clayton, you can tell that it comes from the mind of Tony Gilroy. According to his recent profile in The New Yorker, he's a man who likes to surprise. Gilroy reminds me of Steven Soderbergh: he's trying to outsmart audience expectations so much that he someti...

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