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    iW NEWS | Jeremy Podeswa's "Fugitive Pieces" to Open Toronto

    The 2007 Toronto International Film Festival will open with the world premiere of Jeremy Podeswa's "Fugitive Pieces" on September 6th. Based on Anne Michaels bestselling novel, "Fugitive Pieces" tells the story of a man (Stephen Dillane) "whose life is haunted by his childhood experiences during the Second World War." The film also features Rade Sherbedgia, Rosamund Pike, Ayelet Zurer, Robbie Kay, Ed Stoppard, Rachelle Lefevre, and Nina Dobrev. "From screening his short films, to his first feature "Eclipse," to "The Five Senses," the Festival is proud to have supported Jeremy's career and extraordinary talent over the years," said Toronto Int...

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    iW NEWS | Roadside Attractions Exits Goldwyn/IDP Deal

    Samuel Goldwyn's theatrical distribution arm, IDP Distribution, will no longer handle Roadside Attractions releases, the companies confirmed earlier today. The separation is being called entirely amicable by both sides. Formed in 2000, IDP was initially conceived as an arm that would handle the rele...

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    Seattle Int'l Fest Set with "Rambow" and "Moliere"; Competition Rosters Unveiled

    The Seattle International Film Festival, set for May 24 - June 17, 2007, will open with Garth Jennings' Sundance '07 premiere "Son of Rambow" and close with Laurent Tirard's "Moliere," described as a "sumptuous historical comedy" about the famed French satirist. A whopping 405 films will screen at t...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Day Night Day Night" director Julia Loktev

    Suicide bomber as a tourist? Or a tourist as a suicide bomber? Julia Loktev's artful and haunting feature "Day Night Day Night" sharpens its focus by refusing to take a side. The film follows an anonymous girl (Luisa Williams) as she's loaded with a backpack of explosives, and her suspenseful wal...

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    'Delta' Trying to Get 'Er Done

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