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    TRIBECA '08 INTERVIEW | "Kassim The Dream" Director Kief Davidson

    EDITORS NOTE: This is part of a series of interviews, conducted via email, profiling directors who have films screening at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival.

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    TRIBECA '08 INTERVIEW | "Milosevic on Trial" Director Michael Christofersen

    EDITORS NOTE: This is part of a series of interviews, conducted via email, profiling directors who have films screening at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival.

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    iW NEWS | SilverDocs to Fete Spike Lee

    Academy Award-winning director Spike Lee will be honored at the Charles Guggenheim Symposium at June's SilverDocs festival, which takes place in Maryland near Washington, D.C. The event, named after the late, four-time Academy Award-winner Charles Guggenheim, honors a filmmaker who has "mastered the power of the documentary to capture current events, frame history and who inspires audiences with powerful explorations of the complexity of the human experience." "Spike Lee truly is truly a master storyteller; in both his contemporary and historical films, he uncovers the deep truths and unhealed wounds of the American experience while celebrati...

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    iW NEWS | Ang Lee to Sing to "Woodstock"

    "Taking Woodstock" is the next project for Academy Award-winning director Ang Lee, and Focus Features CEO James Schamus is writing the script, which is an adaptation of Elliot Tiber's memoir, "Taking Woodstock: A True Story of a Riot, a Concert, and a Life." Set in 1969, the true story focuses on Tiber who proved pivotal in allowing the Woodstock Music and Arts Festival to happen. As an interior designer in New York's Greenwich Village, he was also tied to his family's motel in the Catskills. As its part-time manager, he had become the local town's issuer of event permits, and he granted permission for what was originally thought would be a s...

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    INSIDE WORD | TRIBECA '08: "The List"

    Over at Gawker, Nick Denton blows the lid off that infamous party list that always makes the rounds right before a larger fest. But, beware, the roster of Tribeca Film Festival bashes warns ominously, "Never trust the list, it often lies..."

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    REVIEW | Knock Off: Claude Lelouch's "Roman de gare"

    Sixties art-house standby Claude Lelouch is, as it turns out, alive and well and living in Paris. He's even directed a new film; the title, "Roman de gare," incessantly punned with in the film, apparently refers to those cheap paperback thrillers available at train stations, tawdry stuff good for a ...

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    Already Forgotten

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    Stuff and Dough

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