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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    Sundance 2008 | Funny Games

    Some eleven years later, Michael Haneke's arguments about on-screen violence and audience complicity are more relevant than ever.

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    Gibson Apologizes...

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    iW NEWS | AFI Dallas Announces 15 Titles

    The 2008 AFI Dallas International Film Festival announced fifteen titles for this year's festival on Thursday. These titles include the world premiere of Jeffrey Goodman's "The Last Lullaby" and the U.S. premieres of music docs "Glass: A Portrait of Philip in Twelve Parts," directed by Scott Hicks, and "Sonic Youth: Sleeping Nights Awake," directed by Michael Albright. Additionally announced were Stuart Townsend's "Battle in Seattle," Roby Bliley's "Circus Rosaire," Helen Hood Scheer's "Jump," Vadim Perelman's "The Life Before Her Eyes," Sergei Bodrov's "Mongol," Robert Patton-Spruill's "Public Enemy: Welcome To The Terrordome," Stuart Gordon...

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    PARK CITY '08 3:03 a.m. | Sony Classics Reportedly Gets "Frozen River" at Sundance

    Trade reports indicate that Sony Pictures Classics has acquired Courtney Hunt's "Frozen River." However, details differ with the Hollywood Reporter detailing that a pact for North American rights is valued at just under $1 million, and Variety reporting a U.S. rights deal valued in the low to mid si...

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    PARK CITY '08 SHORTS COLUMN | International Shorts and Five-Minute-or-Less Flicks Dominate Sundance

    In 2007, the Sundance Film Festival programmed 28 international short films. This year, a record number of 42 international shorts make up the 2008 Sundance Film Festival roster. While world cinema representation has expanded, running time of the 83 official short film selections has shrunk, with ...

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    Sundance Faves

    I confess to being fond of The Bagger (who has returned to his native habitat) because he writes so beautifully. It's ok if he doesn't accurately nail the Sundance sales zeitgeist. Leave that to the trades. Observing things so well is just fine.

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    iW NEWS | NeoClassics Takes Slamdance Thriller "Crooked Lake"

    Worldwide rights (excluding Canada) for Slamdance action/thriller "Crooked Lake aka Portage" have been acquired by Canadian-based distributor NeoClassics Films Ltd. The film, written and directed by Matthew Miller, Sascha Drews and Erzra Krybus. is described as "a coming of age story about four 14-year-old girls who encounter death and overcome extreme adversity on a Summertime canoe trip to the north woods, where everything that can go wrong does." NeoClassics plans a June theatrical release in the States in "key cities" in June. Based in Vancouver with operations run from the Culver City offices of its U.S. subsidiary, NeoClassics is initia...

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    Sundance 2008: Momma’s Man

    By Karina Longworth

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    FOX News Continues To Impress...

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    Caramel

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