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    Manufactured Landscapes

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    iW TRIBUTE | Film Community, Friends Salute Jim Lyons in NYC

    When the late actor, writer and editor James Lyons was a young kid growing up on New York's Long Island, a new cinema opened in the neighborhood, walking distance from his family home. As his mother Gladys Lyons recalled on Tuesday night at a memorial service for her son, Jim was passionate about bo...

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    iW NEWS | EW to Host "Hairspray," Michael Moore and Buck Henry at LAFF Panels

    Entertainment Weekly will host three panel discussions in conjunction with the upcoming Los Angeles Film Festival, taking place June 21 - July 1. Slated to take part are the producers and cast members of "Hairspray" on June 22, followed by Michael Moore on June 25 and writer/actor/director Buck Henry on June 29. About 100 people will attend each event, which will be followed by a Q&A. "We are pleased to continue our longstanding relationship with such an outstanding magazine that is as passionate about filmmakers and filmmaking as we are," said Film Independent Executive Director, Dawn Hudson in a statement. "Our exceptional line-up of discu...

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    More from the new Desplechin...

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    iW NEWS | Anywhere Road and Red Envelope Take U.S. and Canadian Rights to "Antonia"

    New San Francisco-based distributor Anywhere Road and Red Envelope Entertainment have acquired U.S. and Canadian rights to writer/director Tata Amaral's Brazilian musical drama "Antonia," Robert Ogden Barnum, president of Anywhere Road and Bahman Naraghi, head of Red Envelope Entertainment announced...

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    iW NEWS | "The Poet" to Open Staten Island Film Festival

    Damian Lee's "The Poet," starring Daryl Hannah and Roy Scheider will open the Staten Island Film Festival on June 21. The romantic drama is the story of a Rabbi's daughter and a disenchanted German soldier amidst World War II. Separated by massacres in the village, the couple faces obstacles as they...

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    iW NEWS | "Funeral" and "Bible" Take Top Provincetown Fest Prizes

    The ninth Provincetown International Film Festival ended over the weekend with Frank Oz's comedy "Death at a Funeral" received the festival's audience best feature prize, while Sundance '07 documentary exploring the intersection between religion and homosexuality in the U.S., "For the Bible Tells Me...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Lady Chatterley" Director Pascale Ferran

    It used to be a rite of passage for American tourists to smuggle "Lady Chatterley's Lover" past Customs, feeling terribly hip. Then Roth v. United States pried D.H. Lawrence loose from the heavy-breathing censors, and through the '60s and '70s, he rose high in the college canon. Today, after a poun...

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    IFC Blog: Thoughts on 'Matsuko'

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    INDUSTRY MOVES | Charlotte Mickie Exiting Dreamachine for Serendipity

    Charlotte Mickie is leaving Dreamachine to join Serendipity Films, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The move comes in the wake of a recent merger of Celluloid Dreams and HanWay Films to create Dreamachine, which officially debuted in Cannes this year.

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