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    iW BOT CHART | "B-Boy" Rules Chart

    Benson Lee's break-dancing documentary "Planet B-Boy" from Elephant Eye Films is atop the weekly iW BOT box office chart, which was published this afternoon. The film earned $27,778 from 2 theaters over the weekend, for an average of $13,889. More in this week's box office column, which was publish...

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    iW NEWS | Bermuda Fest Set For March 28

    The 11th Bermuda International Film Festival will open on March 28, 2008 with a screening of U.K. comedy "St. Trinian's," starring Rupert Everett and Colin Firth. "Trinian's" is one of 79 films from 32 countries set to screen, including closing night film "The Band's Visit." Special programs include a focus on modern South African cinema, including screenings of John Barker's "Bunny Chow" and Paul Taylor's "We Are Together," and the Reel Music Sidebar, which will feature four music-related films, including Julian Schnabel's "Lou Reed's Berlin" and classical music doc "Five Days In September." The festival takes place from March 28-April 5, ...

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    iW NEWS | "Angels" and "Chronic Town" Among Top 10th Method Fest Selections

    Twenty-five features and 48 shorts are on tap for the 10th Method Fest Film Festival, taking place March 27 - April 3 in Calabasas, CA. Zackary Adler's "Familiar Strangers" an offbeat story of a family going through the natural process of negotiating the changing relationships between parents and children will screen opening night. Other Method Fest highlights include Tom McCarthy's "The Visitor," his follow up to "The Station Agent," as well as "Then She Found Me," actress Helen Hunt's directorial debut. Both will screen as the festival's centerpieces. Fellow actor turned director Mary Stuart Masterson will screen "The Cake Eaters," describe...

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    Heist. The Reminder.

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    INSIDE WORD | Lee Leaving Village Voice

    Citing "economic reasons" at The Village Voice, critic Nathan Lee said today that he was laid off by New York's alternative weekly effective immediately, according to The Reeler. The move marks the fourth recent full-time film writer departure at a New York paper, The Reeler's S.T. VanAirsdale noted...

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    must-see tv | bush's war

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    The Cool School

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