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    Double 'Park'ed

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    iW NEWS | ThinkFilm Takes "Momma's Man"

    Azazel Jacob's "Momma's Man" has been acquired by ThinkFilm in a deal for North American rights, the company confirmed today. A Sundance Film Festival debut earlier this year, the film will screen this month at the New Directors/New Films series and then have an exclusive release later this year. It tells the story of Mikey, a young man who returns to the comfort of his parents and the home where he grew up instead of rejoining his own wife and newborn baby in Los Angeles. For the deal, ThinkFilm is reteaming with some of the backers of their 2006 release, "Half Nelson." The film was produced by Alex Orlovsky, Hunter Gray, and executive produ...

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    in nyc | love songs

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    DISPATCH FROM MISSOURI | Snapshots From the 5th True/False Film Festival

    Just days before the opening night of the fifth annual True/False Film Festival in Columbia, MO, fest organizers made good on a plan to launch a new permanent home for their event. The annual festival, described by many fans as a sort of Telluride for documentaries, was born at the eight year-old st...

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    Tommy Davis on The Huffington Post

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    SXSW '08 INTERVIEW | "Yeast" Director Mary Bronstein

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

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    REVIEW | Aural Examination: Gus Van Sant's "Paranoid Park"

    Gus Van Sant's so-called "Death Trilogy" may have culminated two years ago with crowning achievement "Last Days," but to judge by his latest film, "Paranoid Park," the entropic weight of mortality is still very much at the center of the filmmaker's concerns. Moving beyond the Death Trilogy's Bela Ta...

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  • JUMP CUTS by James Israel
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    The $2 Trillion Dollar Nightmare

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