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    A Swine Flu Survival Guide

    A Swine Flu Survival Guide

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    Three points - Holy Shit Arlen Spector edition

    Three points - Holy Shit Arlen Spector edition

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    "Wrestler" Writer Signs Deal for Directing Debut, "Big Fan"

    First Independent Pictures has acquired the U.S. rights to 2009 Sundance entry "Big Fan," the directing debut of "The Wrestler" screenwriter Robert Siegel. First Independent will release the film in "late summer to early fall."

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    Show and Tell: Deirdre Allen Timmons's "A Wink and a Smile"

    [An indieWIRE review from Reverse Shot.]

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    Mission Impassable: The Limits of Control

    Mission Impassable: The Limits of Control

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    Kirby Dick on Outing Gay Celebrities.

    Kirby Dick on Outing Gay Celebrities.

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    Stalking Gael Garcia Bernal, Part 4

    Stalking Gael Garcia Bernal, Part 4

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    Tribeca '09 Interview: "Queen to Play" Director Caroline Bottaro

    Editor’s Note: This is one of several interviews, conducted via email, with directors whose films are screening at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival.

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    48th International Critics' Week Line Up Announced

    International Critics' Week (La Semaine de la Critique), a sidebar of the Cannes Film Festival dedicated to showcasing the first and second films from emerging directorial talents, has announced a program of 10 feature films and several shorts for its 48th edition. In past years, the festival has screened the first and second films from directors such as Bernardo Bertolucci, Ken Loach, Wong Kar Wai and Francois Ozon. Speaking about this year's selection of films, Artistic Director Jean-Christophe Berjon said: "Le Semaine presents the fewest number of films at Cannes. This year we decided to be even more radical by choosing to select only 10 f...

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    San Fran : Midnight with Evan Rachel Wood, Elijah Wood

    San Fran : Midnight with Evan Rachel Wood, Elijah Wood

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