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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    Sarasota 2009 | Preview: Hal Ashby: Mind Of A Hollywood Rebel

    Sarasota 2009 | Preview: Hal Ashby: Mind Of A Hollywood Rebel

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    Natasha Richardson Dies at 45

    Natasha Richardson Dies at 45

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    Uh-oh, It's Magic: Sean McGinly's "The Great Buck Howard"

    [An indieWIRE review from Reverse Shot.]

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    "Hunger" Starves for Attention

    "Hunger" Starves for Attention

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    Stuck in a Rudd

    Stuck in a Rudd

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    FFF09 on Fox35

    FFF09 on Fox35

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    Youth Rebellion: Cary Joji Fukunaga's "Sin Nombre"

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This review was originally published as part of our coverage of the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

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    "Amreeka" Gets NatGeo Deal

    Cherien Dabis's 2009 Sundance Film Festival debut "Amreeka" has been acquired by National Geographic Films. Set to open MoMA and The Film Society of Lincoln Center's annual New Directors/New Films series next week in New York City, the film will get a fall '09 release by National Geographic.

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    The Pope Continues To Impress Us With His Rationality

    The Pope Continues To Impress Us With His Rationality

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    SXSW Snapshot: Kris Swanberg's "It was great, but I was ready to come home"

    Kris Swanberg's first feature, "It was great, but I was ready to come home," really works as a visual essay exclusively based around the title sentiment. Swanberg's patient, somewhat haphazard portrait of two friends (Swanberg and Jade Healy) on a trip to Costa Rica drifts from one fairly innocuous development to another, but a keen psychological undercurrent gradually emerges over the course of the swift 65-minutes running time. As it becomes clear that Swanberg's character still has feelings for her ex-boyfriend, the serenity of the duo's surroundings start to become a space for meditation, while Healy just wants to have fun. They don't run...

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