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    In NYC, Hugo Chavez & Evo Morales Hype Oliver Stone's Latest

    Latin American Presidents Hugo Chavez from Venezuela and Evo Morales from Bolivia spoke of democracy, social justice and a cautious opening in their relationships with the new Obama administration last night, when they were at New York's Lincoln Center with American filmmaker Oliver Stone to talk ab...

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    The New Deal

    The New Deal

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    Trash Humpers Thoughts: An apology/clarification to Mike D'Angelo

    Trash Humpers Thoughts: An apology/clarification to Mike D'Angelo

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    Abracadabra, Danny McBride: A Look Back at Summer's Best Short Films

    Every Summer Los Angeles hosts a multitude of film festivals and special screenings devoted to short films. This year the Sundance Film Festival jumped into the fray with a free screening on August 21, 2009 entitled "Downtown and Dirty Shorts." The lineup, which featured new and old student shorts by James Franco, David Gordon Green, and Danny McBride, turned out to be so popular that a second screening had to be hastily arranged to accommodate the block-long standby line. A week earlier, the HollyShorts Film Festival closing night program was standing-room-only as shorts directed by Scarlett Johansson, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Courteney Co...

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    Kirk Cameron, Will You Marry Me?

    Kirk Cameron, Will You Marry Me?

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    Toronto 2009 | Wrap

    Toronto 2009 | Wrap

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    5 Directors Who Made Great Remakes of Their Own Films

    By Christopher Campbell

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    Variety Makes Changes

    Variety is undergoing some major changes. Some are a factor of the venerable trade paper's adjustment to the challenging advertising economy. In the past year, the company has trimmed down in size over several rounds of layoffs which saw the departures of not only me but hard-driving daily editors M...

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    250 Films Head To Canada's Longest Running Festival

    The Festival du Nouveau Cinéma de Montréal has announced a lineup of over 250 films from 48 countries for its 38th fest. The festival will open with the world premiere of Quebecois filmmaker Claude Demers' "Les Dames en blue" (Ladies in Blue) and close eleven days later with Arnaud and Jean-Marie La...

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    Toronto Update, Awards, Auteurs, Moore, Coens, Beatles

    Toronto WatchHot off their fab launch of A Serious Man at Toronto, the Coens swear they have no interest in returning to The Big Lebowski, even if audiences do. A Serious Man won the updated IndieWIRE critics poll for 34 new Toronto films that did not play Sundance or Cannes. Magnolia has picked u...

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