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    Reuters: Eisner launches Internet video studio Vuguru

    Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone, whose movies voiced the frustration of the Vietnam War generation, on Thursday unveiled a political ad calling for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq. he 30-second television spot, sponsored by the MoveOn.org political action group and VoteVets.org, features...

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    AFP: Italy's Cinecitta, the grande dame of cinema, turns 70

    Rome's legendary Cinecitta film studio, home of "Ben-Hur" and practically synonymous with Federico Fellini, has survived through thick and thin to mark 70 years since its founding by Mussolini. But Cinecitta has yet to recover from nearly two decades in the wilderness, despite recent US blockbusters...

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    REVIEW | Frozen Assets: Dominique Abel, Fiona Gordon, and Bruno Romney's "L'Iceberg"

    Considering "L'Iceberg," a cute-as-a-button-and-about-as-sharp-as-same feature debut comedy from Belgium by writing/directing/acting team Dominique Abel, Fiona Gordon, and Bruno Romney, it seems the deadpan ethos of Wes Anderson has found a home in mainland Europe. In a way, this style has come full...

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    Nickelbunk

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    Greetings from Lucasland

    I went up to SF last week with some Variety folks for a meeting at Lucasfilm's Presidio digs, complete with tour. We pulled up at the Letterman Digital Art Center on a gorgeous sunny spring day. The new white buildings fit into the rolling landscape as if they belonged there; George Lucas brought over the same Mission vibe that he had at the Mill Valley Skywalker Ranch. The big new 35 mm/Christie 2K screening room, which holds 296 removeable seats and a computer hook-up, was stunning too. (There are two smaller ones and seven "view stations" as well.) We watched a cool history timeline of ILM FX, from 1977's Star Wars through Willow, The Aby...

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    20 Feet? No Big Deal

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