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    The Top Ten So Far...

    Each week, indieWIRE receives the final weekend numbers for specialty releases in theaters. This is our top ten for the past weekend so far, with most numbers already in. The top ten is subject to change before the final chart is published tomorrow and the weekly box office column is written. Weeken...

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    snakes on the post-9/11 allegory

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    New MPAA Survey Skews Copyright Issues

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    AFP: "Darwin's Nightmare" haunts Tanzania

    Two years after its release, the acclaimed documentary "Darwin's Nightmare" has jolted Tanzania, where officials are protesting its claim of government complicity in unrest in Africa's volatile Great Lakes region. Amid charges that locals involved in the production have been subjected to harassment and threats, Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete has denounced the movie and parliament is demanding a formal apology from the filmmaker. The east African nation says producer and director Hubert Sauper has unfairly disparaged it by claiming that Tanzania is a transit point for weapons that have fuelled a plethora of bloody civil wars in neighboring...

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  • "Boredom at Its Boredest" by Michael ...
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    Silent but Deadly: Jamie Babbit's "The Quiet"

    Contemporary films taking "The Suburbs" as their setting and subject always make a point of poking holes in that wealthy, white facade of perfection that supposedly plagues America. The intended innovation of "The Quiet" is to present the obligatory collapse of this phony exterior from the perspecti...

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    Sunday Times: Thrills, chills and a taste of Gore

    With the Edinburgh International Film Festival turning 60 this year, the celebs have come to town. Charlize Theron, Sigourney Weaver and Steven Soderbergh will all be dropping in for onstage events, Sean Connery will host a gala and the director Kevin Smith will talk about the eagerly awaited "Clerk...

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    AP: Filmmaker race highlights video festival

    Chris Simpson fumbled in a pitch-black closet, hand-cranking a spool of black-and-white film from a decades=old movie camera. He held his team's hopes for film glory -- or, at least, $200 in prize money. Any exposure to light would destroy his team's chance of winning its manic race to make the best...

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    E Online: 9/11 Movie Passes Box-Office Test

    The IRS just upped the ante for Hollywood swag whores--er, award show attendees. Just three days after the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences issued a not so gentle reminder to celebrities that their forthcoming Emmy gift baskets would be considered taxable income, the Academy of Motion Picture A...

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    Once Again... Francophilia!

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