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    Get Your SXSW Film Covered by Hammer to Nail

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    BERLINALE '08 DISPATCH | Digging out the cool: Berlin Fest Opens with Scorsese's "Shine a Light"

    Ask an inhabitant of Berlin today what's cool, and they might struggle to reply, so various are the options. Watching Ricardo Villalobos play a four-hour set at Watergate, perhaps. Catching the new Neo Rauch show at the Berlin Guggenheim. Or just sitting on the terrace at Spindler & Klatt, watching ...

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    REVIEW | Grace Notes: Eran Kolirin's "The Band's Visit"

    Though it's both a predictable culture-clash comedy and a gentle plea for people of different political backgrounds to "just get along," "The Band's Visit" nevertheless manages to use its central contrivances and inevitable cliches to its favor, and becomes something ethereal and winning. This debut...

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    And Sorrow Breeds Hilarity: A Lesson In Extreme Fandom

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    PRODUCTION REPORT | "Economy Superstar," "Frozen Butterflies," "Fruit of the Tree," "Oak Hill," and

    [EDITOR'S NOTE: indieWIRE's monthly production report looks at independent films in various stages of production. If you'd like to tell us about a film in production for future columns, please contact us.]

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    REVIEW | Hit Me Baby, One...More...Time: Martin McDonagh's "In Bruges"

    "It's in Belgium," a frustrated voice-over informs. In the aftermath of a botched job, two London-based hit men are cooling off in the title city. It was the maiden murder for Ray (Colin Farrell), the narrator, a new kid who's still ill over catching a bystander in crossfire; Ken (Brendan Gleeson), ...

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    PARK CITY '08 REVIEW | Broken Mountain: Matthew Stanton's "North Starr"

    A laundry list of missteps including sloppy editing, poor supporting performances and lethargic storytelling qualifies Matthew Stanton's directing debut "North Starr" as a gigantic bust. The fact that "North Star' tackles worthy themes involving racism and the need for tolerance makes its flaws all ...

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    iW PROFILE | "Caramel" Director Nadine Labaki

    "Caramel," the funny, sharp-eyed import about a beauty shop that opens in theaters today, set tongues a-flapping in Cannes last year as well as in 40 countries so far--by far the largest release a Lebanese film has ever received. It also is the first movie made in Beirut that doesn't reference the w...

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