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    Guardian: Kite Runner's Afghan child stars forced into hiding

    Four Afghan boys aged 11 to 14 have been spirited out of Afghanistan to a haven in the Middle East to protect them from potential reprisals ahead of the world release this month of a Hollywood movie in which they star. Ed Pilkington reports.

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Billy the Kid" Director Jennifer Venditti

    Director Jennifer Venditti's "Billy the Kid" is a humorous verite portrait of Billy, a 15 year-old outsider growing up in small-town Maine. In many ways, he's a typical teenager who is into heavy metal music and dreams of being a rock star. But he's also unique. A troubled past and ongoing behaviora...

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    iW NEWS | Day-Lewis To Receive Palm Springs Honor

    The 19th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival will honor Daniel Day-Lewis with its Desert Palm Achievement Award for his latest film, Paul Thomas Anderson's "There Will Be Blood." Day-Lewis will receive the award at the festival's Awards Gala on January 5, 2008. Past recipients include Ni...

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    Todd Haynes' I'm Not There

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    Sherri Shepherd Went To Jesus Camp

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    iW BOT | Crowds Delight in Holiday Heartbreak: "Savages" Explodes in NY and LA; "Diving Bell" Lives

    Glowing reviews attracted large crowds to filmmaker Julian Schnabel's drama about a womanizer paralyzed by a massive stroke, "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly." The Miramax Films release earned $75,721 from three venues in New York and Los Angeles. "The Savages," writer/ director Tamara Jenkins' hi...

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