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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    Mel & Rudy at Fantastic Fest

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    LAT: A Single-Screen Gem Fades to Black

    In the LA Times, a report from New York State and the closing of the Scarsdale Fine Arts Cinema after 34 years. Owner of numerous movie theaters, Meyer Ackerman screened "Cinema Paradiso" as the theater's final movie:Meyer Ackerman, who declined to give his age, insisted that he was not leaving the ...

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    First SXSW 2007 Badge Deadline is Friday!

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    ThinkFilm Gets French Oscar Entry

    ThinkFilm has announced a deal for U.S. rights to "Orchestra Seats" ("Fauteuils D'Orchestre"), France's Oscar foreign language film entry which has been re-titled "Avenue Montaigne." Set for a February 2007 release, the film was directed by Daniele Thompson ("La Buche," "Jet Lag") and co-written by the filmmaker and her sonChristopher Thompson. It is described as the story of a woman from the French provinces (played by Cecile de France) who moves to Paris and becomes a waitress on the city's famous fashion boulevard, Avenue Montaigne. Her customers include a number of notable individuals, but according to an announcement, "Precisely because ...

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    "Apocalypto" (and Gibson) in Austin

    In Austin on Saturday night, the hot ticket was a surprise screening presented by Ain't It Cool News at Fantastic Fest, the week-long festival of sci-fi, horror, and fantasy films. 200 attendees at the Alamo Drafthouse on South Lamar were treated to the first public showing of Mel Gibson's "Apocalypto," with Gibson in attendance (and during a Q & A session comparing the film to current events in Iraq). AICN's Harry Knowles http://www.aintitcool.com/node/30170" TARGET="_blank">offers his take on the new film, indieLOOP member Jennifer Brown userprofile.php?u=Jenab" TARGET="_blank">calls the film one of her favorite of the fest, so far, and SXS...

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  • JUMP CUTS by James Israel
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    'Apocalypto' Screens at Fantastic Fest

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    Fantastic Fest 2006.1: It Lives!

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