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    NY NY | Handheld New York: Pennebaker, Latek and Romero Screen Their Films

    This was the week of the handheld camera in New York. On Monday night, D.A. Pennebaker was at Film Forum, discussing his history-making Bob Dylan documentary "Don't Look Back". Director Erik Scott Latek swung by the IFC Center's Stranger Than Fiction series on Tuesday night with his boxing doc "Sw...

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    Lez Vs. Led @ Bonnaroo

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    New York Film Office To Discuss Permits at Apple Store SoHo

    Representatives from The New York City Mayor's Office of Film Theatre and Broadcasting will be at the Apple Store SoHo this Friday, February 8 at 6:30pm to give a step-by-step tutorial about the new application process for using their online permit system for filming in New York City. For more deta...

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    A Little Brigitte Bardot For The Masses

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    iW NEWS | Magnet Takes "Cocaine"

    Magnet Releasing, the genre arm of Magnolia Pictures has acquired the world distribution rights to rakontur's "Cocaine Cowboys 2: Hustlin' With The Godmother." The film is the sequel to Magnolia's 2006 documentary, "Cocaine Cowboys." The sequel follows cocaine dealer Charles Crosby beginning in 1991 on the inner-city streets of Oakland, California. "The first 'Cocaine Cowboys has turned out to be a seminal crime documentary, an iconic title that has developed huge name recognition," said Magnet/Magnolia President Eamonn Bowles in a statement. "We're really excited to be partnering again with the savvy storytellers at rakontur for an equally a...

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    NYT: Ganis Urges Nominees To Attend Oscars

    "It would be such a terrible shame if, through no fault of yours and no fault of ours, the current conditions prevented us from shining that brightest possible light," said Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences president Sid Ganis at the annual nominee luncheon. Michael Cieply reported on th...

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