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    GREENCINE | They didn't build their sales model for you.

    "The festival circuit has instead become an ersatz distribution system unto itself that, for the most part, keeps money away from the makers," writes Jonathan Marlow for GreenCine, as the busy month of June fests approaches. He continues later, "If the proverbial theatrical release is elusive and th...

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    HR | Loss of principals clouds Mirage slate

    The Hollywood Reporter wonders about the future of Mirage Entertainment, noting, "Mirage finds itself in an unusual situation: [Sydney] Pollack was a principal in the company with Anthony Minghella, who died March 18, and few companies have faced the death of two partners in such a short period of t...

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    Godard's 60s: Contempt

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    REVIEW | Beyond the Pale: Tom Kalin's "Savage Grace"

    Tom Kalin's 1992 film "Swoon" was a noteworthy entry in the New Queer Cinema canon not because of its subject matter but how Kalin navigated such precarious terrain. A recouping of the Leopold and Loeb murder as an emotionally ambivalent expression of homosexual historicity via a not necessarily uns...

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    iW NEWS | Mountainfilm Wraps 30th Fest

    Mountainfilm, held in Telluride, Colorado, finished up its 30th annual festival by honoring some of the films and filmmakers that took part in it. The Festival Director's Award was given to Ben Knight and Travis Rummel's "Red Gold," Peter Mortimer's "King Lines" won the Charles Fowler Award, Sascha ...

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