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    iW ROUND UP | Wednesday, October 7th

    indieWIRE's snapshot of news and views from around the web on Friday, opening day for the 2008 New York Film Festival.

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    NYFF: Afterschool

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    iW BOT | Audiences Getting "Married," "Religulous" Sets 2008 Doc High

    Sony Pictures Classics' "Rachel Getting Married" set a high benchmark for fall's awards season contenders this weekend. The Jonathan Demme-directed drama opened on 9 screens, grossing a stellar $293,369 for an iW BOT topping $32,597 average. On 502 screens, Lionsgate's Bill Maher-Larry Charles col...

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    iW NEWS | "W" To Open Austin

    The Austin Film Festival has announced that Oliver Stone's highly-anticipated "W." will open the 15th Annual Austin Film Festival on October 16, 2008 at 7:00 p.m. in the historic Paramount Theatre. "Right now, given the political landscape, there isn't a more talked-about film," said Kelly Williams, AFF Film Program Director, in a statement. "Oliver Stone has been a great friend to the Austin Film Festival and we are honored to screen 'W.' as our opening night film." The film stars stars Josh Brolin, Elizabeth Banks, Ellen Burstyn and James Cromwell, among others. Previously announced was the festival's Centerpiece Film, Kelly Reichardt's...

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    UCF Latin American Fest at Enzian

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    "Say hi to your mother for me"

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    NYFF- "Tulpan" and "Let It Rain" brave the elements

    Film #1-"Tulpan- I had been looking forward to Sergey Dvortsevoy's new film with great anticipation. Ten years ago, I saw his documentary short, "Bread Day" at the Margaret Mead Film Festival. There is not a month that goes by that I do not think about that film.

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