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    AP: African films find audience in Hollywood

    The title of the latest film out of Africa -- "Catch a Fire" -- might describe what's happening with cinema on the continent. African moviemaking has caught a fire. International filmmakers have found stories they want to tell there. Hollywood has taken an interest in serious films set in Africa. Ho...

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    "Exile" to Open 10th Toronto Reel Asian Fest

    The North American premiere of Patrick Tam's "After This, Our Exile" will open the 10th Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival taking place November 15 - 19. On tap are 76 titles from 17 countries, inclucing 15 world, one international and three North American debuts. Closing the festival ar...

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    Back at the Honolulu Apple Store

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    IFC Gets New Von Trier Film

    Lars Von Trier's latest, the Danish comedy "Boss of It All," has been acquired for U.S. distribution by IFC Entertainment. The company is planning a Spring 2007 release via its IFC First Take day-and-date label. Produced by Vibeke Windelov, Meta Foldagers and Von Trier's Zentropa Entertainment, the film was written by Von Trier and stars Danish actors Jens Albinus, Peter Gantzler, Louise Mieritz, Iben Hjejle, Mia Lyhne, Henrik Prip and Casper Christensen. In an announcement, IFC described the film as: A comedy about the owner of an IT firm who wants to sell up. The trouble is that when he started his firm he invented a nonexistent company pre...

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    Eight Docs Vie for European Film Awards

    Eight documentaries have been nominated by the European Film Academy for its European Film Academy Documentary 2006-Prix Arte award which will be presented at its ceremony December 2 in Warsaw, Poland. The nominations are: "37 Uses for a Dead Sheep" by Ben Hopkins (UK); "Into Great Silence" by Philip Groning (Germany); "Dreaming by Numbers" by Anna Bucchetti (Netherlands); "Grandmother's House" by Adan Aliaga (Spain); "Maradona, the Golden Kid" by Jean-Christophe Rose (France); "The Cemetery Club" by Tali Shemesh (Israel); "The Fisherman and the Dancing Girl" by Valeriy Solomin (Russia); "Our Daily Bread" by Nikolaus Geyrhalter (Austria). [Br...

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    47th Thessaloniki Fest to Take on Adolescent Angst

    The 47th Thessaloniki International Film Festival will spotlight adolescence at this year's event, taking place November 17 - 26 in Greece's second largest city. Twelve filmmakers from around the world will tackle the subject this year in the festival's Focus" section, which, this year, is inspired by Larry Clark's photographic album, "Teenage Lust" (1983). Feature films include: "The Peter Pan Formula" by Chang-ho Cho; "Innocent" by Simon Chung; "Glue: A Teenage Story in the Middle of Nowhere," by Alexis Dos Santos; "Deep" by Simone van Dusseldorp; "Lucy" by Henner Winckler; "Thirty Seven" by Murali K. Thalluri; "White Palms" by Szabolcs Had...

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    A Few Great Pumpkinsā€”First Night: The Fog

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    Museum of Moving Image to Present 4th Machinima Festival

    New York's Museum of the Moving Image and the Academy of Machinima Arts and Sciences will present the fourth annual Machinima Festival on Saturday and Sunday, November 4 and 5. This all-weekend event devoted to popular video game-based short films will include workshops, technology demonstrations, p...

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