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    The SXSW 2008 Trailers Are Now Online

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    Farewell Sabrepulse

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    DMX For President!

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    Beyond The Art House: True Indies Find Real Theatrical Alternatives Outside Commercial Venues

    Commercial urban art houses are often so filled up with studio specialty division releases that truly independent films have a tough time getting in. But a vibrant and varied alternative scene is growing to get these endangered small movies seen - and maybe even to make a little money. It involves c...

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    Random Wikipedia Fact #15

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    TRIBECA '08 | Tribeca Unveils Spotlight, Showcase and Restored/Rediscovered Rosters for 2008

    in its third and final feature film announcement, the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival unveiled the line-up for its the line-up for its Spotlight, Showcase and Restored/Rediscovered sections, which include titles by Jose Padilha, Julian Schnabel, Harmony Korine, Guy Maddin and Tom Kalin, and world premier...

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    Sweet Nothings

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    REVIEW | Sweet Nothings: Christophe Honore's "Love Songs"

    As in last year's "Dans Paris," 37-year-old filmmaker Christophe Honore ventures back to that lost Eden known as the French New Wave, this time to punch up a featherweight tale of young love and loss with high-concept tomfoolery. And though "Love Songs" (or, if we could please use its original, more...

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