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    ALIAS vs. M:i:III

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    Happy Wednesday

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    If you can't beat them, join them

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    24 Films Set to Screen in New York's Human Rights Watch Fest

    Twenty-four features and documentaries from 19 countries will screen at the New York edition of the Human Rights Watch International Film Festival June 8 - 22 at the Walter Reade Theater. Highlights from the fest include a benefit screening of "The Refugee All Stars" by Zach Niles and Banker White about a group of six Sierra Leonean musicians who, after being displaced by war, form a band while living in a refugee camp in Guinea. Also slated is the story of two Somali families who journey from a refugeee camp to the U.S. in "Rain in a Dry Land." This year's Nestor Almendros Prize for "courage in filmmaking" will be presented to James Longley,...

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    AFP: Da Vinci Code release sparks calls for fatal hunger strikes in India

    A Catholic group called on Christians to starve themselves to death in protest at the release of "The Da Vinci Code" at cinemas in India as others burned copies of the novel. The Catholic Secular Forum said it hoped thousand of people would attend a protest Wednesday in Mumbai to burn effigies of Da...

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    SXSW Wrap-Up Hits Soon... or, Now

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    Cannes's Surprising Currents: Italy, Australia and Romania May Make Strongest Waves at '06 Fest

    Italy, Australia and Romania are the hotbeds of world cinema, with Spain and Mexico not far behind, while Middle Eastern and Asian movies have lost their luster. That is, of course, if you believe the films chosen to screen at next week's Cannes Film Festival can be taken as a sign of cinematic pros...

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    Criterion Top 10s and MySpace

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