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    Paint By Numbers: Terry Zwigoff's "Art School Confidential"

    There's a moment early in "Art School Confidential" that hurts with sonorous beauty. A gorgeous model (Sophia Myles) arrives in life-drawing class. A virginal freshman, Jerome (opaque Max Minghella), is suddenly all anticipation. She doffs her robe, turns, nude and perfect; Beethoven deluges the sou...

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    TRIBECA '06: Trying to Reach Beyond Potential Boundaries: "Jesus Camp", "The Wars Tapes", and "The T

    Among the more popular films that have screened so far at the Tribeca Film Festival here in New York City are three movies -- two docs and one fiction feature -- that are eyeing potentially unlikely audiences. A documentary about evangelical Christians is trying to play to both sides of the aisle, a...

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    Film Threat: Roles Denied by Death

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    "The Watering Hole" Wins Tropfest@Tribeca Prize

    Matthew Bonifacio's "The Watering Hole" won the Tropfest@Tribeca prize over the weekend. Co-jurors Matt Dillon and Naomi Watts were on hand to announce the winners in front of 5000 people at the Tribeca Drive In at the World Financial Center. The film tells the story of a young girl who makes the ultimate sacrifice to stop her father's downward spiral into depression and alcoholism in the aftermath of her mother's death. Tropfest, founded by John Polson, is one of the world's largest short film festivals and one of Australia's most popular public cultural events. The central aim of Tropfest is to stimulate the production of short films and p...

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    "Move Your World" and "Renart the Fox" Among Prize Winners at 9th Sprockets Toronto International Fi

    The ninth annual Sprockets Toronto International Film Festival for Children presented awards Sunday, with Lalita Krishna's doc "Move Your World" taking the audience prize. The Canadian feature is about three spirited youths from Canada travel through Tanzania visiting schools, orphanages and rural communities, and use this life altering experience to help raise awareness of the challenging cycle of poverty and AIDS present in the country. Luxembourg filmmaker Thierry Schiel won the audience prize in the animated category for "Renart the Fox." In the feature film jury categories (decided by children within certain age groups), U.K. filmmaker ...

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    Rush Limbaugh Loves "United 93"

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    SFiFF3: VERTIGO tour!

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