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    Fighting the Smithsonian/Showtime Deal

    Fighting the Smithsonian/Showtime Deal

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    Sneak Preview: The King

    Sneak Preview: The King

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    spring in ny

    spring in ny

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    the future of festivals?

    the future of festivals?

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    Will Middle-Aged Latino Women Turn Out For "La Mujer"

    Will Middle-Aged Latino Women Turn Out For "La Mujer"

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    During Tough Times for Indie Film Distribution, Some Hard Truths at a Panel Discussion

    Sometimes with high expectations, independent filmmakers create work and then try to navigate the increasingly murky world of releasing their movie. It might be a hard pill to swallow, but filmmakers today need to know that getting into a top film festival and/or securing representation from a leadi...

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    SF Sponsorship Didn't Influence My Story, but it sure looks like it

    SF Sponsorship Didn't Influence My Story, but it sure looks like it

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    He Couldn't Refuse

    He Couldn't Refuse

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    Beverly Hills Film Festival Awards Golden Palm to "Assyriska"

    The sixth annual Beverly Hills International Film Festival awarded its Golden Palm Award to "Assyriska: A National Team Without a Nation" by Nuri Kino and Erik Sandberg over the weekend. The award was voted on by BHFF's jury and festival attendees. The third episode in a five-part documentary chronicles an Assyrian soccer team from a small Swedish town as it achieves international stardom while also pushing Swedish and Turkish governments to recognize the "forgotten" Assyrian genocide of WWI. Best foreign film went to "Verso La Luna Con Fellini" (Towards the Moon with Fellini), directed by Eugenio Cappuccio. The comical documentary features t...

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    For a Few Dollars More; The Media NonProfit Crisis

    For a Few Dollars More; The Media NonProfit Crisis

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