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    TRIBECA '08 | Competition Slates Set for 7th Tribeca Fest

    Set for April 23 - May 4, 2008, the Tribeca Film Festival has unveiled the competition and Encounters slates for the upcoming Manhattan event. Touting a "streamlined selection" of 122 feature films, festival organizers are boasting 55 world premieres, 10 international premieres, 26 North American pr...

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    "a BEAUTIFUL LOSER: Barry McGee"

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    Austin is Awesome

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    INSIDE WORD | "Four Eyed" Monsters In The Home Stretch with IFC and DVD Deals

    At an indie distribution panel today at SXSW, "Four Eyed Monsters" filmmakers Susan Buice & Arin Crumley revealed that they will sell a DVD of their film, bundled with five brand new video podcast episodes, at Borders stores on April 29th. In a deal with IFC TV, they indicated that they will also b...

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    War Made Easy

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    SXSW: Tuesday Recommendations

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    iW BOT | Stoked: IFC's "Paranoid Park" Leads Pack of Specialty Debuts; "Counterfeiters" Remains Top

    "Paranoid Park," writer/director Gus Van Sant's acclaimed youth drama for IFC Films, far out-performed all specialty releases, including recent Oscar winners, with weekend earnings of $29,828 at New York's IFC Center and Angelika Film Center. "Snow Angels," filmmaker David Gordon Green's couple-in-c...

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    iW NEWS | SFIFF Goes For "The Wackness"

    Jonathan Levine's "The Wackness" has been announced as the Centerpiece screening of the 51st San Francisco International Film Festival (SFIFF). "The Wackness," which won an audience award this past Sundance, stars Ben Kingsley, Josh Peck and Mary-Kate Olsen. It will be released theatrically later th...

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    SXSW '08 NOTEBOOK | Notable Narratives: "Humbolt County", "Explicit Ills", "Natural Causes", and "A

    While the goofball stoner antics of "Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay" and the sheen of the new Kevin Spacey vehicle "21" might help raise the profile of the South by Southwest Film Festival, its soul comes from filmmakers operating out of sheer creative impulses. Many of the entries cont...

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