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    Rotterdam Fest Names Projects Receiving Funds for Expanded Initiative

    The International Film Festival Rotterdam's Hubert Bals Fund has expanded its support range with a new 20,000 euro grant for low budget digital video productions from developing countries. During the fund's fall 2006 selection round, four projects received production support in this new category: "At the End of the Daybreak" by Ho Yuhang (Malaysia), "In What City Does It Live?" by Liew Seng Tat (Malaysia), "Mondomanila" by Khavn De La Cruz (Philippines) and "Weed" by Wang Liren (China). More projects from this round of selections will be announced later this week. The Hubert Bals Fund has until recently made grants in three categories, includ...

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    Film Independent Announces 2006 Producers Lab Participants

    Film Independent recently named its 2006 participants in its annual Producer's Lab, which runs for seven weeks that began October 16. The participants are: Greg Corbin and Bryan Lewis ("Senor Vasquez and the Holy Donut"); Sarah DiLeo ("Bless Me, Ultima"); Scott Foster ("Crystal Messiah"); Jasmine Jaisinghani ("SuperMacho"); Charlotte Pai and Ben Wagner ("Baja"); Sean Shodahl and Maryam Keshavarz ("Circumstance"); and Susan West ("The Oyster Dance"). Sponsored by Technicolor, the Lab is designed, according to Film Independent, "to help producers working in independent film improve their craft and to help them develop strategies for getting the...

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    Daily Reel: 'The Lonely Crowd'

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    Five New Albums Worth Your Dime

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    DISPATCH FROM PUSAN: Asian Filmmakers and Producers Look Both Inward and Abroad for Future Growth

    Haze and fog settled over Pusan on Monday and Tuesday, but inside the headquarters for the first annual Asian Film Market, taking place alongside the 11th Pusan International Film Festival, at the Grand Hotel in the city's Haeundae area, the bustle is evident as film industry reps scurry to meetings...

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    "The Queen" Continues U.S. Reign; "Sweet Land" Has Strong Midwest Launch

    Miramax Films' release of "The Queen" remained atop the iW Bot specialty box office chart again this weekend, earning more than one million dollars in 46 locations, for a strong $22,228 per screen average in its third weekend in theaters. Bolstered by awards buzz surrounding lead Helen Mirren, the f...

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    Korea Times: A Korean Film Retrospective in Pusan

    In just eleven years, the Pusan International Film Festival has established itself as the leading film event of Asia. As many argue, the festival's unstoppable growth to prominence has been much aided by the surge experienced by Korean cinema during the last decade. PIFF has become the primary showc...

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    Over...whew...

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    "Phoenix" Rises

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