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    R.I.P. Mr. Wizard

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    REVIEW | Crazier Love: Taika Waititi's "Eagle vs. Shark"

    Quirky: the one adjective that if employed in a synopsis or review should cause any thoughtful person to avoid a film so described, and a perfect kiss-of-death salvo for "Eagle vs. Shark." This crowd-pleasing New Zealand indie, developed from the Sundance Director's and Screenwriter's Labs (from whi...

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    Three's a Charm?

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    iW BOT | "La Vie En Rose" Blooms; "12:08 East of Bucharest" a Hit in New York; "Once" Finds New Fans

    The argument for gracing veteran director Steven Soderbergh with the title of master filmmaker may rest more on recent box office defeats, his digitally shot, experimental film "Bubble" and his pinpoint recreation of Golden Age Hollywood moviemaking, the post-World War II melodrama "The Good German,...

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    Goodbye Ousmane

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    iW NEWS | Karlovy Vary Reveals 42nd Fest Line up

    Fourteen titles will screen in the official competition of the 42nd Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, taking place in the Czech Republic June 29 - July 7. Among the international premieres making their way to Karlovy Vary is Norwegian director Bard Breien's "The Art of Negative Thinking," Hungarian/Romanian production "Dolina" by Zoltan Kamondi, "Empties" by Jan Sverak (Czech Republic, U.K. and Denmark) and "The Good Night" by Jake Paltrow (U.K., U.S.). Icelandic director Baltasar Kormakur will go to the festival with "Jar City," while South Korean director Min Boung-hun's "Pruning the Grapevine" is also slated. Docs in competition in...

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