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    Chicago Underground Set to Offer 8 World Premieres at 2006 Fest

    The 2006 Chicago Underground Film Festival will open on Thursday night in the Windy City with the world premiere of Usama Alshaibi's "Nice Bombs," a personal story that features the filmmaker returning to Iraq to reunite with family. Executive produced by acclaimed author Studs Terkel, who inspired ...

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    A Bitter Nightcap

    A Bitter Nightcap

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    Is It Really Only Wednesday/Thursday?

    Is It Really Only Wednesday/Thursday?

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    Toronto Fest Sets More Premieres

    Organizers of the Toronto International Film Festival have announced another crop of films set to screen at next month's event. World premieres will include Christopher Guest's "For Your Consideration," looking inside the film industry and awards season and featuring Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara, Michael McKean, Christopher Guest, Harry Shearer, Fred Willard, Bob Balaban, Jennifer Coolidge, Rachael Harris, Jane Lynch, Jim Piddock, Parker Posey, John Michael Higgins and Ricky Gervais. Also on tap are the world premieres of Christsopher N. Rowley's "Bonneville" about three women on a cross country road trip (starring Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates...

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    Reuters: US films snubbed by Montreal film fest

    The Montreal World Film Festival on Tuesday announced a European-heavy competition lineup that includes no U.S. titles, though American entries have been booked for out-of-competition screenings. Among the 22 in-competition films unveiled for the festival's 30th edition (August 24-September 4) are Norwegian director Hans Petter Moland's "Pedersen: High-School Teacher"; Philippe Lioret's "Don't Worry, I'm Fine" from France; Swedish director Maria von Heland's "Search"; Hans-Ulrich Schlumpf's "Ultima Thule" from Switzerland; and Spanish director Carlos Iglesias' "Crossing Borders." Canada's "The Secret Life of Happy People," the Stephane Lapoin...

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    Stunt Rock: Super Human, Super Music, Super Magic!

    Stunt Rock: Super Human, Super Music, Super Magic!

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    Stone's "World Trade Center": Apolitical, My Ass

    Stone's "World Trade Center": Apolitical, My Ass

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    NY Times: Facing Voters, Georgia Congressman Gets an Assist From Documentary

    The money, endorsements and opinion polls favor her opponent, but Representative Cynthia A. McKinney, who represents Georgia's Fourth District, has been counting on a movie for last-minute help with the Democratic primary runoff vote here on Tuesday. The movie, "American Blackout," is a documentary that embraces Ms. McKinney as a progressive heroine while chronicling the alleged disenfranchisement of black voters in Florida and Ohio in the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections. After winning prizes on the festival circuit, including a special jury award at this year's Sundance Film Festival, the movie, directed by Ian Inaba, was headed for com...

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