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    Sharon Stone is Insightful

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    NYT: Sydney Pollack, Film Director, Dies at 73

    Sydney Pollack, a Hollywood mainstay as director, producer and sometime actor whose star-laden movies like "The Way We Were," "Tootsie" and "Out of Africa" were among the most successful of the 1970s and '80s, died on Monday at his home in Los Angeles. He was 73. The cause was cancer, said a represe...

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    R.I.P. Sydney Pollack

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    CANNES '08 | Wrapping Up Two Weeks in Cannes: Dispatches, Notebooks, Deals and Snapshots

    Highlighting two weeks of continuous coverage from France for the 61st Cannes Film Festival, indieWIRE offers links to all of this year's festival dispatches, critics notebooks, deal news, daily biz round-ups, and snapshots featuring the filmmakers and famous faces from the Croisette. Additional cov...

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    'Recount' Thoughts?

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    iW NEWS | 4-Day Weekend Estimates: "War" Leads, "Reprise," "Visitor" Hold Strong

    Joshua Seftel's "War, Inc." led the specialty-focused iW BOT this Memorial Day weekend, according to those films that submitted numbers to indieWIRE Box Office Tracking (iW BOT) estimates from Rentrak this afternoon. First Look's "War" averaged a potent $25,357 from 2 screens over the four days for a total of $50,714. The other reported opener was Roger Spottiswoode's "The Children Of Huang Shi," which grossed $42,254 from 7 screens for a $6,036 average. Among holdovers, last week's iW BOT leader, Joachim Trier's "Reprise," held on strong for Miramax. It grossed $110,600 from 14 screens for a $7,900 average. Two more aged holdovers, Helen Hun...

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    Memorial Daze

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    Answer: Jane Campion

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