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    U.S. Readies for "The Road to Guantanamo" and a Democratic Congress

    U.S. Readies for "The Road to Guantanamo" and a Democratic Congress

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    IFC Partners With Comcast on 'IFC In Theaters'

    IFC Entertainment and cable system Comcast will present the new IFC in Theaters service via ON DEMAND, releasing films for immediate viewing on television the same day they are released in movie theaters. Starting next month, two new films each month will be available (for $5.99 each) via Comcast ON DEMAND, creating in the words of an announcement today, "the first nationwide destination for critically acclaimed independent films." Viewers will choose from a selection of 4 - 5 titles each month. "The local cinema will always be the first home for film to many film lovers," emphasized IFC Entertainment president Jonathan Sehring, saying in a s...

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    At a Young Missouri Doc Fest, Exploring The Balance Between True and False

    For the third year in a row, more than 50 documentary filmmakers, producers and their subjects converged upon a mid-Missouri college town for an intriguing young film festival aimed at embracing the changing face of documentary and cultivating an audience for the films. The True/False Film Festival ...

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    Most Worrisome Semi-New Emergent Sub-Genre

    Most Worrisome Semi-New Emergent Sub-Genre

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    Anger Management: Rachel Boynton's "Our Brand Is Crisis"

    How ironically fitting "Our Brand Is Crisis" should open the same weekend as the Academy Awards. While Hollywood will undoubtedly give itself a big ol' pat on the back for recognizing the progressive messages of four of its five Best Picture noms, the immediate cultural and political challenges thes...

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    AP: 'Gunsmoke' Actor Dennis Weaver Dies

    Dennis Weaver, the diffident deputy Chester Goode in the TV classic western "Gunsmoke" and the canny New Mexico deputy solving New York City crime in "McCloud," has died. The actor was 81. Weaver died of complications from cancer Friday at his home in Ridgway, in southwestern Colorado, his publicist...

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    Can Netflix Save Indie Film?

    Can Netflix Save Indie Film?

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    Let's Party, Academy Awards Style! (or not.)

    Let's Party, Academy Awards Style! (or not.)

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    Diary of Mad Black Filmmakers

    Diary of Mad Black Filmmakers

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    V for Vendetta: A Matrix of Communist Revolutionaries?

    V for Vendetta: A Matrix of Communist Revolutionaries?

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