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    NY NY | Gen Art Catches a "Shark"; "Crossing Arizona" at NYU; and Zizek in Manhattan

    Gen Art capped its 2007 edition in New York with Rob Stewart's "Sharkwater" taking the top prize following a screening of the fest's closing night film, which was perhaps eerily reminiscent of the weeks current events. In all, Gen Art showcased 14 films over seven days, followed by their signature a...

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    Daily WTFs

    Daily WTFs

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    Sarasota Wednesday

    Sarasota Wednesday

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    SHORTS COLUMN | "Tanghi Argentini" Dances Away With Four Prizes at Aspen Shortsfest

    Winning a festival's audience award is getting to be old hat for Guido Thys' "Tanghi Argentini," which followed up its amazing success at this year's Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival with a similar triumph at the 16th Aspen Shortsfest, which took place April 3 - 8 in Aspen, Colorad...

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    "Last Days of Left Eye" and "Fay Grim" Bookend 31st Atlanta Film Fest

    Oscar nominated director Lauren Lazin's ("Tupac Resurrection") "Last Days of Left Eye" will open the 31st Atlanta Film Festival on Thursday, April 19. The film centers on Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, the hip hop voice of TLC, the best-selling female R&B group of all time. On March 30, 2002, she decided to document her life, filing a mysterious spiritual retreat deep in the jungles of Honduras. On April 25, she died in a tragic accident, leaving behind her unedited tapes, which Lazin edited. Hal Hartley's Toronto and Sundance action/thriller "Fay Grim" will close the festival April 28. For more information, visit including full line up information, ...

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    Looks like we made it!

    Looks like we made it!

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    Remembering Jim Lyons: 1960 - 2007

    James Lyons, known for his frequent work with Todd Haynes, died last week in New York. The editor and actor starred in and edited Haynes' "Poison," winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival in 1991. Lyons edited Haynes' other projects: "Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story," "Dott...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Syndromes and a Century" writer/director Apichatpong Weerasethakul

    Apichatpong Weerasethakul, a Thai filmmaker who works well outside his country's studio system, is well known to Cannes audiences. "Tropical Malady" won a jury prize in 1994 while "Blissfully Yours" took the top prize in the Un Certain Regard program in 2003. His latest film, "Syndromes and a Cent...

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    Everything in its Right Platz

    Everything in its Right Platz

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    "Monastery" and "Devil" Each Win 2 Prizes at Full Frame Doc Fest

    The 10th annual Full Frame Documentary Film Festival came to a close today in Durham, NC with Pernille Rose Gronkjaer's "The Monastery" winning both the grand jury award and the Charles E. Guggenheim Emerging Artist Award. Annie Sundberg and Ricki Stern's "The Devil Came on Horseback" also won two p...

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