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    Obituary: James Lyons

    Editor James Lyons, a longtime collaborator with filmmaker Todd Haynes, died on April 12, 2007. Lyons recently edited Esther Robinson's Berlinale Teddy Award winning documentary "A Walk Into the Sea: Danny Williams and the Warhol Factory," which will have its U.S. premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival this month. Lyons worked with Haynes on all of the directors feature films, including "Poison," "Safe," "Velvet Goldmine," and "Far From Heaven." He also edited Sofia Coppola's "The Virgin Suicides," Jesse Peretz's "First Love, Last Rites," and "The Chateau," along with Peter Friedman's "Silverlake Life" and Ronnie Larson's "Shooting Porn," amon...

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    "Monastery" and "Devil" Each Win 2 Prizes at Full Frame Doc Fest

    The 10th annual Full Frame Documentary Film Festival came to a close today in Durham, NC with Pernille Rose Gronkjaer's "The Monastery" winning both the grand jury award and the Charles E. Guggenheim Emerging Artist Award. Annie Sundberg and Ricki Stern's "The Devil Came on Horseback" also won two p...

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    Disturbia's LaBeouf Hits Big

    The sign of a rising movie star is a little movie that unexpectedly opens big on mixed reviews. (Disturbia rated a 62 from ">Metacritic.) With Shia LaBeouf and Disturbia, some of the credit for a $23 million opening goes to a well-mounted thriller hitting at just the right time. (There's a reason s...

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    Best Brit Directors

    Danny Boyle's Sunshine is a hit in the U.K. I can't wait. Until then, we can revel in the Brits' celebration of their superior directing talent pool. The London Telegraph film critics have picked a top 21 list, for some reason, of the best British directors of all time.

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    Big Dreams Little Philadelphia

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    Buyers' Hits in Philly

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