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    Swanberg Takes Manhattan

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW: Jamie Babbit, director of "The Quiet"

    Jamie Babbit's drama/thriller, "The Quiet" centers on Dot (Camilla Belle), a young deaf and mute woman who is sent to live with her grandparents, played by Edie Falco and Martin Donovan, and their cheerleader daughter, Nina (Elisha Cuthbert). Dot's arrival is a blow to Nina's idyllic social life and...

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    NEW THIS WEEK: "LOL", "The Quiet", "Princesas" and More

    A wide range of films are debuting this week, from the self-distributed indie "LOL" by Chicago filmmaker Joe Swanberg to "The Quiet," established director Jamie Babbit's latest feature, produced by Burnt Orange Productions in Texas (a division of the University of Texas at Austin's film program_. Ba...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW: Joe Swanberg, director of "LOL"

    Director Joe Swanberg is taking on the sometimes herculean task of self-distributing his latest film, "LOL." The film chronicles three men who view the women in their lives through a computer screen. According to the "LOL" website, the feature "intimately explores masculinity in the new millenium, a...

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    Regent Releasing Takes "Aurora Borealis" for September Release

    Regent Releasing, the theatrical distribution and worldwide sales division of Regent Entertainment, has acquired worldwide rights to James Burke's family drama "Aurora Borealis," the company announced Thursday. Starring Joshua Jackson, Donald Sutherland, Juliette Lewis and Louise Fletcher, the film is about a young man (Jackson) who works at his grandparents' senior residence and developing a bond with his ailing grandfather (Sutherland), while finding himself in a "spirited relationship" with a feisty nurse (Lewis). The film will open in select theaters nationwide September 15. The film was represented for sale by John Manulis of Visionbox P...

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    'History Boys' Film Gets Royal Treatment

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    One of Those Anniversaries

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    Deadline for Oscar Documentary Consideration Approaching

    Friday, September 1, is the deadline for documentary filmmakers to submit their short subject and feature-length documentaries to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for consideration for the 79th Academy Awards. Each entry form must be accompanied by supporting materials including an English-language synopsis of the film, a list of film credits, filmographies of the director(s) and/or producer(s), 25 VHS cassette tapes or 25 DVDs of the film, and proof of a seven-day qualifying exhibition in either Los Angeles County or the Borough of Manhattan in New York. "March of the Penguins," and "A Note of Triumph: The Golden Age of Norman...

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    IFC's Sehring to Receive Woodstock Trailblazer Award

    IFC Entertainment president Jonathan Sehring will be honored with the Trailblazer Award at the seventh annual Woodstock Film Festival (October 11 - 15), Meira Blaustein, executive director and co-founder of the event announced Thursday. Sehring has played an integral role in the creation of the Independent Film Channel, IFC Productions, IFC Films, and more recently IFC Center in New York as well as a second distribution label, IFC First Take. Additionally, he has served as executive producer on many productions, including "Boys Don't Cry," and "Me and You and Everyone We Know." Entertainment attorney/producer John Sloss (Sloss Law/Cinetic Me...

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    The Guardian Interview: Charlize Theron

    A recent metamorphosis took Charlize Theron towards producing, with spectacular success, on "Monster," the film that won her the 2004 Oscar for best actress. She took no small risk on the movie; the entire previous output of its writer and director, Patty Jenkins, consisted of a single short that Th...

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