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    MoMA Names Raj Roy Chief Curator of Film Department; Hamptons Artistic Director Succeeds Bandy

    Concluding a nearly year-long search, the Museum of Modern Art has named Rajendra Roy the Chief Curator for its Department of Film. The Artistic Director of the Hamptons International Film Festival and a member of the international competition selection committee for the Berlin International Film Fe...

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    CANNES '07 | Slate Set for 49th Directors' Fortnight; Corbijn's "Control" Opening Section

    Anton Corbijn's "Control" will open the 39th Director' Fortnight, running from May 17 - 27 alongside the 2007 Festival de Cannes in France. The film, about former Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis, stars Sam Riley, Samantha Morton, and Alexandra Maria Lara. Corbijn is an acclaimed photographer and mu...

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    iW NEWS | 2007 Cannes Classics Announced; Wayne, Olivier Among Those Feted

    Cannes Classics, the festival program designed to highlight re-discovered cinema, restored prints and theatrical or DVD re-releases of classic films, has announced their program for the 60th Cannes Film Festival and as might be predicted, it's a doozy. The program is broken down in to three sections: 3 Events, 4 documentaries on filmmaking and screenings 10 restored films. The events include the launch of the World Cinema Foundation, a celebration of the centenary of John Wayne and a celebration of Laurence Olivier's directorial work on three Shakespeare plays. Films being screened include: "Hondo (3D)" (John Farrow, USA, 1953), "Rio Bravo" ...

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    iW NEWS | Dreamachine Gets Broomfield's Latest

    Recently formed film company Dreamachine has announced the acquisition of the international sales and distribution rights to Nick Broomfield's upcoming drama "Battle For Haditha," currently shooting on location in Jordan. The film is a dramatic reenactment of an incident that took place in Iraq in 2005 in which a group of US Marines retaliated for a roadside bombing by engaging in a house to house search which resulted in the deaths of 24 Iraqis, many of them women and children. The film is completely improvised and the unknown cast, including Iraqis and former US Marines, is working from a treatment written by Broomfield and his co-producer...

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    iW NEWS | 19th NewFest Stays Young With "Dorian Gray" Opener; "Save Me" To Close

    NewFest: The 19th Annual New York Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Film Festival will kick off this year's event with Duncan Roy 's latest version of the classic Oscar Wilde novel, the "Picture of Dorian Gray," starring "7th Heaven"'s David Gallagher. Closing the fest will be the New York City premiere of Robert Cary 's drama "Save Me," which stars Chad Allen, Robert Gant and Judith Light. In a prepared statement, NewFest Artistic Director Basil Tsiokos remarked on the pleasures of bringing the festival's films to New York audiences for the first time, adding "as we approach the second decade of the festival, I am thrilled to present one...

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