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    Ladytron: Webster Hall, NYC, 9/28/06

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    the return of the reeler

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    Down the Stretch They Come

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    awards watch: gurus return

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  • JUMP CUTS by James Israel
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    betty, america

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    The Reeler Reloaded

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    Reykjavik International Film Festival Spotlights European/American Titles in Competition

    Fourteen films from first and second-time directors will compete for the "Discovery of the Year" award at the 2nd Reykjavik International Film Festival (September 28 - October 8). Among the titles vying are "Shortbus" by John Cameron Mitchell (US), So Yong Kim's "In Between Days" (US/Canada/Korea), Laurie Collyer's "Sherrybaby" (US), Gyorgy Palfi's "Taxidermia" (Hungary), "12:08 East of Bucharest" by Corneliu Porumboiu (Romania), and the European debut of "Four Minutes" by Chris Kraus. In other highlights, Yoko Ono will travel to the Icelandic capital for a screening of directors David Leaf and John Scheinfeld's doc, "The U.S. vs. John Lennon...

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    Reuters: White House turns away "Kazakh reporter" Borat

    Borat, the fictional TV reporter from Kazakhstan, may have gotten under the skin of Kazakh officials but on Thursday he couldn't get past the gates of the White House. Secret Service agents turned away British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, in character as the boorish, anti-Semitic journalist, when he ...

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    Tribeca and Rome Partner for Upcoming Festivals

    New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg today joined Tribeca Film Festival founders Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff to welcome Rome Mayor Walter Veltroni and Rome Film Fest CEO Carlo Fuortes to discuss a partnership between the two events during a Thursday press conference in New York. As part of the partnership, the Rome Film Fest will screen six films from the 2006 Tribeca Film Festival, and in 2007, Tribeca plans to show a selection of films from Rome. De Niro will also screen 20 minutes of select scenes from his upcoming film, “The Good Shepherd,” at the Rome Fest, which he directed. Additionally, the Rome Fest announce...

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