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    DISPATCH FROM THE HAMPTONS: Award Winners, Altman, Pollock, and a Piano at 14th Hamptons Fest

    Jens Lien's Norwegian film "The Bothersome Man" won a pair of jury prizes at the 14th Hamptons International Film Festival this weekend. Lien's follow-up to his 2003 feature "Jonny Vang" won the Golden Starfish Competition, nabbing the in-kind production services package valued at $185,000 and it al...

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    Um, Worse Marketing Idea Ever?

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    At the Honolulu Apple Store

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    Films From 61 Countries Vying For Oscar Nod

    61 countries have submitted films for consideration in the Foreign Language Film category for the 79th Academy Awards, Academy President Sid Ganis announced Thursday. The complete list is published below, but lacks Aki Kaurismaki’s “Lights in the Dusk,” which was submitted by Finland but subsequentl...

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    Byer's "AMERICANese" Acquired for IFC First Take Release

    IFC Entertainment has announced a deal for North American rights to Eric Byler's "AMERICANese," which won the audience award and an ensemble acting prize during its world premiere at SXSW this year. It is having its East Coast premiere this weekend at the Hamptons International Film Festival on Long Island, NY. Based on Shawn Wong's novel American Knees, the film was produced by Lisa Onodera and stars Chris Tashima, Kelly Hu, Allison Sie, Ben Shenkman, Sab Shimono and Michael Paul Chan. The film, to be released via the IFC First Take label in theaters and day-and-date via cable VOD, is Byler's follow-up to his 2002 feature "Charlotte Sometime...

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    Two-day Low Budget Film School Adds Guests for This Weekend's Event

    Mark Stolaroff's new No Budget Film School, which is preparing for its upcoming weekend event in Los Angeles has added guest speakers Joe Carnahan ("Narc," "Blood Guts Bullets and Octane"), David Gordon Green ("All The Real Girls," "George Washington"), and Jody Hill ("The Foot Fist Way") to a roster of participants that includes Paradigm Consulting's Peter Broderick, Antic Productions' Ron Judkins ("True Love"), 2929 Productions' MIke Upton, and others. Set for the Chaplin Theater on the Raleigh Studios Lot, the "Two-Day No-Budget Filmmaking Immersion" program will take place Saturday, October 21 and Sunday, October 22. For more information,...

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    DISPATCH FROM THE HAMPTONS: Leading Independent Producers Gather to Toast Ted Hope at 3rd Annual Ind

    With a mix of sincerity and silliness, leading independent film producer Ted Hope was saluted Thursday night at the Hamptons International Film Festival by an leading group of filmmaking colleagues and industry friends. The event, presented in conjunction with indieWIRE, ranged from toast to roast a...

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