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    tim burton: preview

    tim burton: preview

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    Toronto's Reel Asian Intl Fest Announces Award Winners

    Toronto's Reel Asian Intl Fest Announces Award Winners

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    The Twilight Saga: New Moon Premiere

    The hot ticket in Hollywood Monday night was the Twilight Saga: New Moon premiere in Westwood. While diehard fans camped out all weekend for the chance to win tickets to the event, Hollywood dads scored tickets to win points with their daughters. One father after another scratched his head over the ...

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    cinemadaily | "The Sun" Will Come Out Tomorrow

    Yesterday, when Eugene Hernandez unveiled the new indieWIRE feature, criticWIRE, he announced that this week's highest rated new release was a little film that debuted at the 2005 Berlinale. With a criticWIRE average of A-, Alexander Sokurov's "The Sun (Solntse)" opens at Film Forum tomorrow.

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    Jon Reiss: "We are in the midst of a new world order or crisis"

    This speech was delivered at the recent CPH:DOX Forum in Copenhagen. Jon Reiss will be doing a presentation today at 6 p.m. at IFC Center in Manhattan and selling his book, "Think Outside the Box Office," immediately after. The book is also available for purchase on his website.

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    An Exciting New indieWIRE Section

    An Exciting New indieWIRE Section

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    AMC Select Seeks Filmmakers

    With a lack of available distributors to handle the spate of indie films seeking theatrical release, some filmmakers are taking matters into their own hands. Doc director Mary Mazzio went directly to a theater chain. Now her movie is playing in eight cities.

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    REVIEW | Oddly Coarse and Compellingly Offbeat: Werner Herzog's "Bad Lieutenant"

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This review was originally published as part of indieWIRE's coverage of the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival. "The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans" opens this Friday in theaters.

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    REVIEW | Distant Voices, Shrill Lives: Lukas Moodysson's "Mammoth"

    Much can be said about the concept and implications of globalization. That it's good for corporations, indifferent to local economies and cultures, rough on the working class. Here's another: globalization inspires very bad art. Besides Jia Zhangke and Olivier Assayas, who understand commercial exch...

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    Gibney Talks Casino Jack and Three More Docs for 2010

    When documentarian Alex Gibney (who won an Oscar for Taxi to the Dark Side) learned via his Jack Abramoff "Google Alert" that director George Hickenlooper (Factory Girl) had decided to name his fiction film starring Kevin Spacey as corrupt Republican lobbyist Jack Abramoff Casino Jack, Gibney had hi...

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