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    Movie Pick: Fräulein

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    iW NEWS | Oscilloscope Makes Oct. 31st Date for "Dear Zachary"

    Oscilloscope Pictures has acquired North American rights to Kurt Kuenne's "Dear Zachary." The Slamdance Film Festival debut, which also screened at SXSW, is described as "a uniquely intense and personal documentary," in the form of a letter to the filmmaker's father, "about the murder of [the filmmaker's] oldest friend and the unbelievable legal and emotional madness that ensued." It is the first film under the MSNBC Films banner and recently qualified for Oscar consideration after screening at IDA's DocuWeek last month. Josh Braun of Submarine repped the filmmaker and negotiated the deal with David Fenkel for Oscilloscope. The film is set fo...

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    iW NEWS | Atlantic Film Fest Honors "Dirt" and "Norm"

    "Down to the Dirt" by Justin Simms won the Best Feature prize as well as the nod for best original screenplay capping the 28th edition of the Atlantic Film Festival. Best doc went to Kent Nason and Teresa MacInnes' "Norm" and John Walker won the best director prize for his feature, "Passage." Best short went to Jodan Canning's "Bedroom," while Kent Nason was honred with the Ed Higginson Cinematography Award for "Passage." Best Canadian feature went to Philippe Falardeau's "C'est pas moi, je le jure!" The 2008 Atlantic Film Festival took place September 11 - 20 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. For more information, visit the festival's website. [Brian...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Amexicano" Director Matthew Bonifacio and Writer Carmine Famiglietti

    Director Matthew Bonifacio and writer Carmine Famiglietti's "Amexicano" is the story of an Italian-American and a Mexican illegal immigrant form an unlikely friendship in Queens, New York. Bruno (Carmine Famiglietti), is lazy, out of work and late with his rent. When an opportunity for work comes al...

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    Reliance Deal is Done at Last

    The Wall Street Journal, as usual, got the early call on the culmination, finally, of the long-in-the-works DreamWorks/Reliance deal:

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    Mogwai's New Album Streaming Free

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    AFP | Tokyo film festival 'to turn green this year'

    The Tokyo International Film Festival will turn green this year by screening nature-conscious works from around the world, organisers said Thursday. AFP reports.

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    AP | Spain's San Sebastian film festival opens

    A total of 15 films, most of them European, will compete for the Golden Conch award at the 56th edition of the fete - a gathering proud of its product, even if it lacks the crowds of the film festivals in Venice and Cannes. Jorge Sainz reports.

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