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    "Truth" Conveniently Heats Up Specialty Box office Again

    In leading the indieWire Box-Office Tracking report (iWBOT) of independent/specialty films for a second straight week, Paramount Classics' "An Inconvenient Truth" posted a bevy of impressive numbers. In expanding from four to 77 theaters - from two each in New York and L.A. into the Top Ten markets ...

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    back to school, 1 & 2

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    rufus at carnegie hall

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    Eighth Annual CineVegas Fest To Spotlight Sex, Adultery and Drugs

    The CineVegas Film Festival has announced it will open its eighth edition with Paul Dinello's comedy, "Strangers With Candy," about an ex-con and junkie (played by Amy Sedaris) who returns to her hometown to try to start her life over. The film also stars Stephen Colbert and Philip Seymour Hoffman. ...

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    here! To "Race You to the Bottom" Worldwide

    here! Films has acquired worldwide distribution rights to writer/director Russell Brown's "Race You to the Bottom." Set in modern day California, the film follows Nathan, a travel journalist, as he is assigned to write about romantic hotspots in the Napa Valley. He invites Maggie, the woman he has been seeing for months, to come along for a passionate weekend getaway. Trouble is, Maggie already has a boyfriend - and so does Nathan. The film, which is Brown's directorial debut, will be released theatrically in early 2007 in select cities nationwide through here! Films sister company Regent Releasing. here! Films is the theatrical distribution ...

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    Film Movement Goes "Monster" and "Cheek" in North America

    Film Movement has acquired North American rights to Norwegian writer/director Arild Ostin Ommundsen's "Monster Thursday," and Indian director Mani Ratnam's "A Peck on the Cheek," the company's president Stuart Litman announced Tuesday. According to Film Movement, "Monster Thursday" centers on Even, a young man who leads a directionless life. Tord, his best friend, is the opposite: a great surfer with a prestigious job and beautiful Karen as his bride who Even secretly desires. When Tord asks him to look after Karen while he is out of town, Even decides to clean up his act and master the waves to impress her." The film screened in competition...

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