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    Goldthwait To Get "Commie Award" At Inaugural Fest

    The inaugural L.A. Comedy Shorts Film Festival is set to honor Bobcat Goldthwait with the first-ever "Commie Award" at the Closing Night Awards ceremony on Sunday, March 8, 2009 at Cinespace in Hollywood.

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    U2 Helps With The Snow

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    Iran Can Make "Big" Movies

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    Shorts Take Opening Night Ann Arbor Spotlight

    A dozen short films, including Don Hertzfeldt's "I Am So Proud of You," Sam Green's "Clear Glasses" and Danny Plotnick's "Out of Print" will screen as the opening gala of the 47th Ann Arbor Film Festival, taking place March 24 - 29. The event's roster includes 33 screenings of 125 competition films ...

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    MPAA Budget Takes Hit

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    I Miss California

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    Non-fiction Crack: True/False Feeds Doc Junkies and Casual Users a Tasty Roster

    "I think I'm having withdrawls," said one True/False Film Festival volunteer Monday morning at a hotel where many non-Columbia, MO guests stayed. "So much sensory stimulation and now it's time for the come down..." And how! Though many of the contingent of New York guests did have one extra night in...

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    Raimi, Demme To Debut Works At SXSW

    The South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Conference and Festival has announced some major new additions to its 2009 Festival today. Director Sam Raimi will debut a work-in-progress version of "Drag Me to Hell," his return to the horror genre. The film, which stars Alison Lohman and Justin Long, is "an o...

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    Self-Portraits and Biopics Dominate 14th Rendez Vous With French Cinema

    Jean-Francois Richet's "Mesrine" is a bloody, hi-octane account of a legendary gangster. In "The Beaches of Agnes" Agnes Varda looks back at eighty at her own momentous life. Light years apart in spirit, the two films are part of a cluster of remarkable self-portraits and biopics that dominate the...

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