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    IFC Buys "Barley"

    IFC Entertainment has nabbed rights to Ken Loach's Cannes winner, "The Wind That Shakes The Barley." The company plans to release the movie via its new IFC First Take day-and-date distribution initiative that takes films simultaneously to theaters and on-demand cable television. The film will screen...

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  • "Boredom at Its Boredest" by Michael ...
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    A Must-See Lost Classic

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    Everyone's Gone to the Movies

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    Straight Outta Hartford

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    Film Independent's Producers Lab deadline

    Film Independent is now accepting submissions for its annual Producers Lab that will take place in Los Angeles during October and November 2006. The deadline for submissions is August 28, 2006 (postmarked). Sponsored by Technicolor, Film Independen's Producers Lab is an intensive seven-week progra...

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    Palm Springs Shorts Fest Line up Showcases High Profile Roster

    Award-winning live-action and animated films from the Cannes, Berlin, Clermont-Ferrand, Annecy, Aspen, and Toronto Festivals and the European Film Award winner are among the opening night highlights for the Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films and Short Film Market (ShortsFest), taking...

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    Ganis Re-Elected President of the Academy

    Sid Ganis was re-elected president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and SciencesTuesday night (8/15) by the organization's Board of Governors, his second consecutive term in the office. In other post developments at the Academy, Robert Rehme, an Executives Branch governor and past Academy president, was re-elected first vice president; Music Branch governor Arthur Hamilton was re-elected to a vice president post; Sound Branch governor Donald C. Rogers was elected to a vice president post; Actors Branch governor Tom Hanks was elected treasurer and Actors Branch governor Kathy Bates was re-elected secretary. Ganis is now in his 20th year a...

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    Best Wishes to The Rabbi

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    SF Chronicle: Multiple Maggies

    Like the British actor who starred in so many films in so little time that Chris Rock teased him about it at the Academy Awards, the 28-year-old actress Maggie Gyllenhaal suddenly has five movies hitting theaters in just three months. "I didn't make them all at once," she says, laughing, propping her bare feet on a chair as she sips a glass of orange juice. "I made them over 2 1/2 years, but it's actually kind of interesting to see all my work over that time come out at once." But "Sherrybaby" is the picture most likely to remind moviegoers of "Secretary," the 2002 sadomasochism-themed drama that put Gyllenhaal on the map as an actress willin...

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