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    iW NEWS | IPA Announces Satellite Noms

    The International Press Academy announced their 12th annual Golden Satellite Award nominations Friday, with many indies among the very eccentric pack. The nominees for best motion picture (drama) were "Away From Her," "Before The Devil Knows You're Dead," "Eastern Promises," "The Lookout," "No Country For Old Men" and "3:10 To Yuma." In the comedy/musical category, "Hairspray," "Juno," "Knocked Up, "Lars and the Real Girl," "Margot at the Wedding" and "Shoot 'Em Up" were the nominees. Some notable independent releases also featured throughout the acting categories, including Tilda Swinton in "Stephanie Daley," Christian Bale in "Rescue Dawn,"...

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    Someone is Rolling in Their Grave Right Now

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    Kent in Stockholm

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    Haneke on Haneke: the 'Funny Games' Trailer

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    BlueSeat Boosts "Atonement," and Truly Indie Film?

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    I...AM...DIG-I-TAL!!!

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    iW NEWS | NewFest to Host 8th annual Winter Benefit

    New York's NewFest is hosting its 8th annual Winter Benefit next Sunday, December 9 at HK Lounge in Manhattan. The event includes a presentation of the Vito Russo Award to a NYC-based film project currently in production, and featuring a silent auction, including tickets to the Tony Awards, and trip...

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    AFP: Striking Hollywood writers reject new offer

    Striking Hollywood writers have rejected a new contract offer from producers, the two sides said Thursday, three weeks into a dispute that has disrupted the film and television industry. AFP reports.

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