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    AFP | Brazilian Indians in spotlight at Venice film festival

    Fiction and fantasy gave way to harsh reality on Monday at the Venice film festival, with "BirdWatchers" exposing the plight of Brazil's Guarani Indians in the face of the biofuels boom. Gina Doggett reports.

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    Reuters | Ethiopian film explores nation's recent violent past

    "Teza" by Ethiopian director Haile Gerima, is one of 21 movies in competition at the Venice Film Festival, and warm applause after a press screening suggested it would be a contender for prizes at the closing ceremony on Saturday. Mike Collett-White reports.

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    TORONTO '08 DISCOVERY INTERVIEW | "Rain" Director Maria Govan

    EDITORS NOTE: For the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival, indieWIRE will be publishing interviews with filmmakers in the Discovery section of the festival, which TIFF describes as a showcase for new and emerging filmmakers from contemporary international cinema.

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    REVIEW | Setting the Record Straight: Robert Cary's "Save Me"

    Robert Cary's "Save Me" is hardly the incendiary, ripped-from-the-headlines passion play that a short description of it might imply. And indeed its poster, depicting its star, Chad Allen, skull-capped and mouth slightly agape, pointing an inverted cross to his temple, revolver-style, likewise promis...

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    DISPATCH FROM TELLURIDE | A Weekend of Discoveries and Buzz at the 35th Telluride Fest

    Kimberly Reed's "Prodigal Sons," a documentary about estranged siblings struggling with their own identity and coming to grips with their past, was hailed by Telluride Film Festival organizers as one of the discoveries of this year's festival as the weekend event came to a close on Labor Day. Audien...

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    AFP | Rare Marilyn Monroe footage surfaces in Australia

    Rare behind-the-scenes footage of screen goddess Marilyn Monroe, taken while she was filming her iconic 1959 hit "Some Like it Hot," has been found in Australia, an auction house said Tuesday. AFP reports.

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    iW NEWS | Sony Classics Embraces New Almodovar Film

    Continuing their relationship with Pedro Almodovar, Sony Pictures Classics has announced the acquisition of Pedro Almodovar's "Broken Embraces." The film, starring Penelope Cruz, Lluis Homar, and Blanca Portilla, is currently shooting in Madrid and the Canary Islands. The company describes the film as "a four-way tale of amour-fou, shot in the style of '50s American film noir at its most hard-boiled, and will mix references to works like Nicholas Ray's 'In A Lonely Place' and Vincente Minnelli's 'The Bad And The Beautiful', with signature Almodovar themes such as Fate, the mystery of creation, guilt, unscrupulous power, the eternal search of ...

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