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    indieWIRE Presents: Filmmaker Michel Gondry @ Apple Store SoHo

    Filmmaker Michel Gondry will participate in a discussion and show scenes from his latest film, "Be Kind Rewind," which stars Jack Black and Mos Def, at Apple Store SoHo on Friday, January 11th, 7:00pm-8:00pm. When a man whose body accidentally becomes magnetized unintentionally erases every tape in...

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    NYT: Kurdish Director, Stuck Between Iraq and Iran

    Bahman Ghobadi, the international face of Kurdish cinema, works in countries that are less than accommodating. Peter Scarlet reports.

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    Viral Video

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    AFP: Awards shows threatened by Hollywood writers strike

    Hollywood's writers strike is threatening to take the shine off the movie industry's awards season, with stars wary at the prospect of having to cross picket lines before walking up the red carpet. Rob Woollard reports.

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    AP: Writers propose independent negotiations

    Faced with the indefinite suspension of negotiations, the union representing striking Hollywood writers told its members Saturday it would try to deal directly with Hollywood studios and production companies, bypassing the umbrella organization that has been representing them. John Rogers reports.

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    You Had to Be a Big Shot, Didncha?

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  • "Boredom at Its Boredest" by Michael ...
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    Apartment Searching

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    REVIEW | Design for Living: Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud's "Persepolis"

    At a moment in history where Iran, famously dubbed one-third of an "Axis of Evil" by Dubya, has again been making headlines as the next country with whom the Republicans wanna preemptively rumble (though the NIE's latest report on its lack of a nuclear weapons program throws this political gambit in...

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