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    SF360: A Cinequest 35

    For decades, film festivals have reliably delivered films to audiences seated in theaters. Now at least two--Sundance, included--are bringing them to audiences in their own homes. The Cinequest Film Festival's plan is to distribute via DVD, the Internet, TV, and some traditional theatrical sales. They opened DVD sales on Nov. 14 with a slate of 35 films they've chosen, ranging from documentaries like "Awful Normal," which one the Best Documentary Award at Cinequest and was featured on Oprah, to independent features, shorts, and international titles. The new initiative partners the Cinequest festival and film institute with the [Bay Area's] hi...

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    "Ira and Abby" and "Rape of Europa" Win Boston Jewish Fest Audience Nods

    Robert Cary's "Ira and Abby" won the best feature fiction audience award at the Boston Jewish Film Festival, which screened 55 films from 16 countries. "The Rape of Europa," directed by Richard Berge took best documentary feature, and "Under the Roller Coaster," directed by Lila Place won best short...

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    REVIEW | Peter Cattaneo's "Opal Dream"

    The greatest service one can do for a "family film" like "Opal Dream" is to not slap that condescending label on it at all. "Family" may be a useful generic stamp, but British director Peter Cattaneo's very good, very involving movie doesn't deserve to be qualified as such, with the accompanying sug...

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    iW BOT | "Bobby" Takes the Top Spot; "Consideration" and "Flannel Pajamas" Open Strong

    Two of the biggest names - some might say rivals - of the independent-film business in the 1990s find themselves strange bedfellows at the top of this week's indieWIRE Box Office Tracking Report (iWBOT) of independent/specialty films, as a result of the opening-weekend success of newcomers "Bobby" a...

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    in paris | luxembourg garden

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    HDNet and Landmark to Offer "Extras" for Ticket Buyers

    Kicking off with the drama "The Architect" to be released December 1st in select cities, HDNet Films will offer "behind-the-scenes extras" with online ticket purchases for all of their releases. Moviegoers who buy a ticket to the film at a Landmark Theatres location via MovieTickets.com will be able to access deleted scenes, and download the film's entire score by Marcelo Zarvos ("Hollywoodland") in addition to other features. "We are always looking for ways to create incremental value and enhance the experience for movie fans," commented Mark Cuban in a statement. "This is an unprecedented offer that not only adds value, but also gives viewe...

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