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    Dispatch from SFIAAFF: No Child Left Behind and Alternative Distribution Policies

    By way of serendipity and effort, the programming at the 27th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (March 12-22), remains resilient to the star-studded vehicles that herald every other festival's existence in town, promoting instead an exquisite array of films that confront our u...

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    Natasha Richardson Dies at 45

    It has been confirmed by a spokesperson for her family that actress Natasha Richardson has been taken off life support at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York.

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    Links: Richardson, NY Fests, Katzenberg, Flip-Cam Sale, Cinephile Fare, Newspaper Death Rattle

    Back from SXSW, I've been playing catch-up. For much of the news media, Natasha Richardson was the sad, sad story of the week.

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    SXSW: Photo Gallery, from 6th Street Brides to Sega Man

    SXSW fest producer Janet Pierson delivered a smooth festival, with just one glitch when one filmmaker didn't show up for a Q & A. Not bad. At the awards ceremony where Made in China (pictured) won the narrative jury prize, Pierson thanked the people she leaned on. But she led those troops. Here's Ki...

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    Free Docs Gain Wider Reach Online with Hulu/Snag Pact

    A deal announced today will bring some of SnagFilms' 600 film library of documentaries to popular U.S. online video destination Hulu.com, the companies said today. Hulu, owned primarily by NBC Universal and News Corp., streams movies and TV shows for free and, like Snag, monetizes its content via em...

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    Alexander the Last

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    Knowing: Proyas/Cage Thriller Will Wow Audiences

    Knowing is an intense, smart sci-fi thriller that stops just short of being great. Australian director Alex Proyas, the mind behind The Crow, Dark City and I, Robot , makes several questionable choices--among them ominous Jim Jarmusch lookalike lurkers and and a derivative ending-- but they don't de...

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    "The Cove," "Tyson" To Close AFI Dallas

    AFI DALLAS International Film Festival has announced that James Toback’s "Tyson" and Louie Psihoyos’s "The Cove" will share the Closing Night Gala Presentation. Both films will screen on Thursday, April 2, 2009 at AMC NorthPark 15 in Dallas with the directors attending and taking part in Q&As afterw...

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    Self-Help Section

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    Natasha Richardson in 3-D?

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