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    ACL Weekend in Three Parts with Five People

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    Cinematexas 11 Starts Wednesday

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    Backyn Brooklyn

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    IFC Shift Leads to Deal for Dahl Film

    At IFC Entertainment, the company has announced a preemptive North American deal for John Dahl's new film "You Kill Me," a mob comedy currently in post. The pact for a high profile new movie marks a shift for IFC Films, which will now distinguish itself from its sibling IFC First Take label which re...

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    Shut Out and Wrapped Up, Pt. 2

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    Beta Touts Kraus' "Four Minutes"

    Chris Kraus' "Four Minutes," which screened at both the recent Shanghai Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival, has closed deals in a dozen countries, according to Beta Cinema. While the company said that negotiations for a U.S. deal are reaching the final stage, they also announced pacts for distribution in Japan (Gaga), Australia and New Zealand (Madman Entertainment), and the Benelux countries (ABC Distribution / Cinemien). The film is the story of a young woman convicted of murder who encounters an aging piano teacher. In the words of an announcement, the instructor, "plans to turn Jenny back into what she was before th...

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    Marking A Strategic Shift at IFC, Company Nabs Dahl's "You Kill Me"

    In a deal that marks a shift in strategy for the company, last week in Toronto IFC Films negotiated a preemptive North American pact for John Dahl's new film, "You Kill Me." Currently in post-production, the mob comedy will be released nationwide next year and stars Ben Kingsley, Tea Leoni and Luke ...

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    PEOPLE: Toronto Diary: Who's Got Oscar Buzz?

    In a Toronto International Film Festival diary entry, People Magazine's Leah Rozen offers her take on this year's festival and shares a few early Oscar prognostications:After a winter, spring and summer of mostly lousy, forgettable, pea-brained movies (Little Miss Sunshine, Superman Returns, Thank Y...

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    NYT: Le Romantique

    In The New York Times, Lynn Hirschberg profiles filmmaker Michel Gondry, director of the upcoming "The Science of Sleep":Much of Gondry's work is peculiarly autobiographical in a nonliteral way. His films, and even the videos he has directed for musicians like Bjork and the White Stripes, capture the emotions that swirl around personal events in his life. Some of these feelings are evoked in "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind," in which the protagonists, two former lovers, scrub their memory banks in order to forget each other. In "The Science of Sleep," which Gondry wrote as well as directed, the central character, Stephane, who is playe...

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    back in nyc

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