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    indieWIRE | The End of Cancer? Director Steve Kroschel Speaks of "The Beautiful Truth"

    Steve Kroschel's "The Beautiful Truth" follows the story of 15-year old Garrett. After the unexpected and tragic death of his mother, Garret, who is an animal-loving teenager, spirals downward and fast. His father withdraws Garrett to be home-schooled to avoid flunking out. Growing up on an Alaskan ...

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    The Dukes: Ad and Subtract

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    Big Gay Catchup

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    'On Broadway' Leads CRM/Amazon Deal

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    AWARDS WATCH '08 | Back and Forth: Buzzing Best Picture, Underdogs

    Continuing this year's awards season coverage in indieWIRE, editor-in-chief Eugene Hernandez and assistant editor Peter Knegt chatted yesterday via instant message about the ever-evolving race. Topics for this installment include a look at emerging best picture contenders, from "The Curious Case of ...

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    We Are Losers

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    iW NEWS | "Secrets" Leads Israel Fest Winners

    The Israel Film Festival closed its 23rd edition Thursday night after presenting events in New York, Los Angeles and Miami. In New York the fest announced that Avi Nesher's "The Secrets," which was the fest's Closing Night film, also won the Panavision Audience Choice Award. The award carried a $60,000 package including a full month's use of a 35mm Panavision camera package to shoot their next film in Israel. "The Secrets" will be released in New York by Montery Media on Thanksgiving Week. Audience Awards were also presented to Ran Tal's "Children of the Sun for Best Documentary and Lior Geller's "Roads" for Best Short. "I was very moved by ...

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    "Pretty Kosher-tastic"

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    indieWIRE PROFILE | "A Christmas Tale" Director Arnaud Desplechin

    Fresh on the heels of 2005's critical hit "Kings And Queen," Arnaud Desplechin is returning to American screens this fall with his new film, "A Christmas Tale" (Un Conte de Noel). Already a hit on the international festival circuit, "A Christmas Tale" is also Desplechin's most successful release to ...

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    Yes!

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