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    iW Video | John Pierson on Michael Moore, "Roger & Me," and "Manufacturing Dissent"

    Among the films that have had people talking at SXSW this year is "Manufacturing Dissent," a new documentary critical of Michael Moore.

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    SXSW '07 DAILY DISPATCH: "Billy The Kid" and "Itty Bitty Titty Committee" Win Top Jury Prizes At SXS

    Films by women dominated the awards as the 2007 SXSW Film Festival hit its wet and rainy mid-point here in Austin, TX. Jamie Babbit's narrative feature "Itty Bitty Titty Committee" and Jennifer Venditti's documentary film "Billy The Kid" won the top jury prizes at the festival, while in the audience...

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    SXSW Doc Winners: "Billy the Kid," et. al.

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    Brauntime

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    Jesus Camp Anti-Religion?

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    International Encore

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW: "The Host" director Bong Joon-ho

    With his spectacular monster movie, "The Host", Bong Joon-ho takes some advice from the Speilberg suspense-film playbook -- simplify the monster, humanize the people. Marked by a patient and well-crafted beginning, a sunny day at the river's edge becomes a bloody feast for a bumbling creature. Whe...

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    It Was a "Namesake" Weekend at the Specialty Box Office

    Fox Searchlight's "The Namesake" by Mira Nair topped the specialty box office last weekend as ranked on a per screen basis with a whopping $41,425 average, while Zeitgeist's "Into Great Silence" placed second with an $11,566 per screen average in its second week in theaters. IFC First Take's "The Exterminating Angels" ranked third with $6,485 on its opening, while IFC Films' "Beyond the Gates (aka Shooting Dogs)" followed, also on one screen with $6,374. Rounding out the top five on the iW Box Office Table (iW BOT) was THINKFilm's "Avenue Montaigne," which averaged $5,239, giving its four-week cume a total of $304,000. Top absolute dollar ear...

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    UPDATE: TRIBECA '07: Slimmer 34 Film Competition Planned for Tribeca's 6th Fest; Spotlight Lineup An

    In a shift from recent editions in which the Tribeca Film Festival expanded its lineup from year to year, TFF is tightening its roster for its sixth annual edition. Set for April 25 - May 6, 2007 in New York City, this year's festival will present a total of 159 features and 85 shorts, a drop from t...

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