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    Box Office Estimates: "Volver," "Babel," "Fur"

    Pedro Almodovar's "Volver" maintained a healthy percentage of its box office in its second weekend, according to a Sony Pictures Classics estimate. The film made an estimated 172,340 on 5 screens, for a per screen average of 34,468 and an estimated total of 466,204 so far. (Last weekend, the film made $197,703 on 5 screens for $39,541 per screen.) Paramount Vantage expanded "Babel" to 1,251 screens this weekend, earning an estimated 5,650,631, for an average of 4,517 and an estimated total of 7,487,893 so far. "Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus," from Picturehouse, earned an estimated $30,000 on 4 screens, according to Box Office Mojo...

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    indieWIRE Interview: Crispin Hellion Glover, director of "What Is It?"

    Winner of the best narrative film prize at last year's Ann Arbor Film Festival, Crispin Hellion Glover's "What Is It?" debuted at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival. A film that essentially began as a short, the project took a decade to create (overcoming many obstacles) and is not so simply described ...

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    The Guardian: Bollywood heads for Yorkshire as Sheffield outshines New York

    The world's largest film industry's awards weekend will involve a four-day extravaganza in five cities. Rome wanted it. So did Hong Kong and New York. But Yorkshire saw them all off and the Bollywood Oscars, a glittering celebration of celluloid romance, song and dance, will come to the white rose c...

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    NY Times: The Elusive Realism of Rossellini

    "One can't live without Rossellini," a character declares in Bernardo Bertolucci's 1964 film "Before the Revolution." Yet, almost three decades after Roberto Rossellini's death in 1977, most moviegoers in America manage to live without the Italian director, though perhaps not as happily as they migh...

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    AP: Oscar-winning actor Jack Palance dies

    Jack Palance, the craggy-faced menace in "Shane," "Sudden Fear" and other films who turned successfully to comedy in his 70s with his Oscar-winning self-parody in "City Slickers," died Friday. Palance died of natural causes at his home in Montecito, Calif., surrounded by family, said spokesman Dick ...

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    AP: Humiliated frat boys sue "Borat"

    Two fraternity members from a South Carolina university are suing over their appearance in the hit movie "Borat," saying they were duped into making racist and sexist remarks. The legal action filed Thursday on their behalf claims they were tricked into appearing in the spoof documentary "Borat: Cul...

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    Junk Art: The Films of Brian De Palma

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    IDFA Already on the Horizon

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    SXSW 2007 Early Submission Deadline is Soon

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