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    Woody Allen x 28 = Holiday Heaven

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    Scott Weinberg Moves to Austin

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    DISPATCH FROM HAVANA: At A Fest in Cuba, Linking Films and The Current Political Climate

    Last week, as Cuba's leader apparently lay dying, the populace was remarkably calm about the future. Not coincidentally, the largest U.S. congressional delegation since Fidel Castro's revolution, 10 bipartisan anti-embargo members of the House, arrived for talks about trade and travel sanctions and ...

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    You're Gonna Love Me

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    Grapple in the Apple

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    REVIEW | Love and Marriage: John Curran's "The Painted Veil"

    "As if a woman ever loved a man for his virtue," scoffs Kitty Fane, heroine of W. Somerset Maugham's 1925 novel "The Painted Veil" - the line remains intact in the new film version. This touches on something raw, the insoluble dilemma that Kitty's heart is rent upon: the people we most esteem or res...

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    Sundance Unveils Native Forum Line up

    The Sundance Institute revealed plans for the 2007 Sundance Film Festival's presentation of films by Native American and indigenous filmmakers in its Native Forum. The 2007 festival includes work from filmmakers in the United States, New Zealand and the Philippines. Titles screening in the Native Forum include: Taika Waititi's "Eagle Vs. Shark" (New Zealand), Sterlin Harjo's "Four Sheets to the Wind" (USA), "Miss Navajo" (USA) by Billy Luther, "Tuli" by Auracus Solito (Philippines), "Conversion" (USA) by Nanobah Becker, and "Move Me" (USA) by Jonathan Pulley. The Native Forum also has slated panels and other special events. For more informati...

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    36th International Film Festival Rotterdam Reveals Some Titles; Tributes

    The 36th International Film Festival Rotterdam has added five new films to its Tiger Awards competition. The films are "La Marea" by Diego Martinez Vignatti (Belgium), "Fourteen" by Hirosue Hiromasa (Japan), "Die Unerzogenen" by Pia Marais (Germany), "Does It Hurt? The First Balkan Dogma" by Aneta L...

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    Jennifer Hudson to Receive Palm Springs Accolades

    Golden Globe nominee Jennifer Hudson will be honored by the 18th Palm Springs International Film Festival with their Breakthrough Performance Award at a gala hosted by the event January 13. "Jennifer Hudson's performance in 'Dreamgirls' is phenomenal and is truly the breakthrough role of this year i...

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