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    Spider-Man 3, on the Web

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    Hachette Halts Premiere as a Print Magazine

    Hachette Filipacchi Media announced today that it is shutting down the print operations at movie magazine Premiere, in the U.S. According to a Reuters report, the publication will shift to an online-only outlet. Reuters indicated that Editor-in-Chief Peter Herbst will leave Hachette, while Entertain...

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    INDUSTRY MOVES: Variety Nabs Littleton and Thompson from Rival Hollywood Reporter

    Variety has made a significant move, hiring two key editors from rival trade The Hollywood Reporter. According to an announcement today, Hollywood Reporter editor Cynthia Littleton and deputy film editor Anne Thompson will join the staff of Variety and Variety.com in senior editorial positions. Litt...

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    DISPATCH FROM MISSOURI: True/False Serves Up Plenty of Surprises

    It's 10 AM on a Saturday morning with temperatures hovering around the freezing mark, but that didn't stop a full house of people filing into The Blue Note in Columbia, Missouri for a screening of Marco Williams' newest film "Banished." Fresh from the Sundance premiere, Williams announced that he wa...

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    I Know, I Know...

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    '24 Beats' on the Door of SXSW 2007

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    "The Ten" and "Waitress" to Bookend 16th Philadelphia Film Fest

    David Wain's "The Ten" will open the 16th Philadelphia Film Festival, taking place April 5 - 18. PFF will close with the late Adrienne Shelly's "Waitress." Fest organizers commented that with the festival falling on Passover and Easter this year, they felt "it would be apt to choose a film about ea...

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    American Cinematheque to Fete Werner Herzog

    The American Cinematheque at the Aero Theatre will fete director Werner Herzog March 22 - 25 in a program of screenings called "Films of Werner Herzog, Poet of Doom." The retrospective will open with a new 35mm print of "Nosferatu, The Vampyre" (1978). For a full schedule, visit their website. [Bria...

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    San Francisco Film Society to Host "The Host"'s Bong

    The San Francisco Film Society will host "The Host" director Bong Joon-ho Monday night for screenings of his films "Memories of Murder" (San Francisco Int'l Film Festival, 2004) and "Barking Dogs Never Bite" at Landmark's Clay Theatre. "While his exhilarating third feature, the blockbuster monster film 'The Host' confirms director Bong Joon-ho's place in the pantheon of genre benders, audiences at his policier 'Memories of Murder' witnessed the emergence of one of Korea's leading filmmakers," commented Linda Blackaby, the Film Society's director of programming in a statement. "We are so pleased to welcome him back to San Francisco. His first ...

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