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    Here We Go Now

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    San Francisco Film Fest to Fete Robin Williams

    Robin Williams will receive the Peter J. Owens Award at the 50th edition of the San Francisco International Film Festival slated for April 26 - May 10. The presentation will take place May 3 at the Film Society Awards Night. In addition, Williams will appear at a public presentation at the Castro Theatre on May 4 for a program featuring career retrospective film clips, an onstage interview, and a screening of Terry Gilliam's "The Fisher King." "A perennial top-finisher, with Albert Einstein, in the best-loved genius stakes, Robin Williams is a superb actor with many wonderful roles under his belt, but his greatest performances, the ones for w...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW: "Air Guitar Nation" Director Alexandra Lipsitz

    Director Alexandra Lipsitz's doc "Air Guitar Nation," which premiered last year at the SXSW Film Festival and also played in Toronto follows the birth of the U.S. Air Guitar Championships. Two aspiring rock stars strum and strut their way towards glory and the coveted national title. C. Diddy, a sam...

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    Sundance Returns to BAM in May

    21 features and 27 shorts will be presented at this year's Sundance Institute at BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music) series, slated for May 31 - June 10 in Brooklyn. Along with film, the program includes theater, musical performances, panel discussions, filmmaker Q&As and more. The line up was selected by Sundance Film Festival director of programming John Cooper and BAMcinematek's curator, Florence Almozini. The series will open this year with Tamara Jenkins' "The Savages" starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, which had its world premiere at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival. Other highlights include this year's narrative grand jury prize winner "Padre...

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    NY POST | Magnolia Eyeing 9/11 Doc, With Sheen as Narrator

    The New York Post's Page Six gossip column reports that the makers of the controversial 9/11 conspiracy theory documentary "Loose Change" are in talks with Magnolia Pictures about releasing the movie on home video, with actor Charlie Sheen as a new narrator of the movie. The column reports that comp...

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    Cannes' Asian Tidal Wave?

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    SXSW 2007 In the News, Part II

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    Bong Hit

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    INDUSTRY MOVES: Monga Named Sr. Programmer at SIFF

    Anita Monga has been hired as senior programmer for the Seattle International Film Festival, according to an announcement from artistic director Carl Spence. She will primarily focus on programming the new SIFF Cinema in the Nesholm Family Lecture Hall at Seattle Center's Marion Oliver McCaw Hall. Monga previously programmed the Castro Theater in San Francisco for some 28 years, she is also a founding member of the Film Noir Foundation and director of the Film Noir City Festival, as well as a consultant for the Film Arts Festival of Independent Cinema and SF IndieFest. Last year, Monga directed the Palm Springs International Festival of Short...

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    Dates, Dates, Dates

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