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    REVIEW | Daily Grind: Daniel Burman's "Family Law"

    I don't go to the movies looking for modest intentions any more than your average baseball fan goes to the stadium hoping to see some well laid-down bunts, but Daniel Burman's "Family Law" is cause for exception. This story of a thirtyish law professor, Ariel Perelman, (Daniel Hendler), wriggling be...

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  • "Boredom at Its Boredest" by Michael ...
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    Running Scared In The Valley

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    INDUSTRY MOVES: Poyser Joins Austin Film Society

    Filmmaker Bryan Poyser ("Dear Pillow") is joining the staff of the Austin Film Society (AFS) as the new director of artist services. He will run AFS programs and services supporting Austin's filmmaking community, according to an announcement, including workshops and film events, grants and fiscal sp...

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    In Vegas. Billboard Music Awards.

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    MoMA Keeps Film Stills Archive Out of Reach

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    Cold Storage

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    DISPATCH FROM LAS VEGAS: Festival Summit Acknowledges Sector's Growth and Challenges

    Representatives from over 60 film events from the U.S. and abroad converged in this city of glitz, Las Vegas, for the third installment of the International Film Festival Summit---basically a three-day pow-wow for film fests both big and small to schmooze, trade war stories, and assess the health of...

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    Preoccupied

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    Digital Sales Agent

    Business Week writes about inDplay. For an 8% commission the new startup will connect films with film buyers through a process somewhere between eBay and iMDB.

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