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    Transformers: LAFF Premiere

    Transformers took over Westwood last night, playing on multiple screens with crowds jamming Broxton Avenue will-call tables and an after-party on the street.

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    One to Another

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    iW PROFILE | Introducing Scott Prendergast

    Remembering a phone call from Lisa Kudrow that jumpstarted his first feature, "Kabluey," director Scott Prendergast noted that he was flustered and began stammering when the popular actress contaced him about the project. "She called me and I started hyperventilating," Prendergast said Monday during...

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    Some Time To Kill

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    NYFF '07 | Wes Anderson's "Darjeeling" to Open 45th New York Film Festival; Coen's "Country" In Cent

    Wes Anderson's "The Darjeeling Limited," will open the 45th New York Film Festival, the Film Society of Lincoln Center announced Wednesday evening. Joel and Ethan Coen's Cannes '07 competition feature "No Country for Old Men," meanwhile, will be the festival's Centerpiece screening, while Palme d'Or...

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    AFP: Iran forces Thai film festival to drop controversial film

    Award-wining Iranian film "Persepolis" has been dropped from line-up at the 2007 Bangkok International Film Festival after pressure from the Iranian embassy, organisers said Wednesday. The film, which jointly won the Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival in May, was scheduled to screen on the openi...

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    iW NEWS | Gill and Sacker Launch Film Department

    New independent film finance, production and international sales outfit The Film Department, headed by former Warner Independent Pictures president Mark Gill and former Yari Film Group COO Neil Sacker, has announced a $200 million foundation upon which to build their company. The Film Department, officially opening its doors in two weeks, plans to fully finance six films per year, budgeted between $10 - $35 million. In the words of an announcement today, "It plans to make star-driven, commercial pictures at the high end of every genre that appeal to a worldwide audience (notably thrillers, dramas, comedies, romantic comedies, action and horro...

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