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    Weinstein Watch: "Crouching Tiger" Dreams

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    Did Netflix Kill My Local Video Store?

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    "Akeelah" and "Friends with Money" Bookend Philadelphia Film Festival

    The 2006 Philadelphia Film Festival willl open March 30th with Laurence Fishburne's "Akeelah and the Bee" and close April 11th with Nicole Holofcener's "Friends with Money," the Philadelphia Film Society, the organizers of the event announced Thursday. The festival will screen 231 films, including 1...

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    Anita Monga to Serve as Director of Shorts Programming at Palm Springs ShortFest

    Anita Monga has been appointed director of shorts programming this year for the 12th annual Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films & Short Film Market, taking place August 24th - 30th, the event announced Thursday. Monga has been involved in film exhibition in the San Francisco Bay area for the last 25 years. As director of programming at San Francisco's Castro Theatre she established an internationally-recognized film arts program within the landmark theater. Among her other activities, she directs the Noir City Festival and serves as a shorts programmer for the Mill Valley Film Festival. Most recently she directed the Film Arts ...

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    Cinema Libre Takes Rights to Doc "Giuliani Time"

    Cinema Libre Studio has acquired worldwide rights to Kevin Keating's doc "Giuliani Time," which will premiere in New York at the Landmark Sunshine on May 12th the company announced recelntly. The documentary, which screened at the Rotterdam and Vancouver film festivals, examines former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, his policies and his often touted turnaround of New York City. Utilizing a range of personalities and experts from high-level city officials to community activists, lawyers and politicians, Keating's film analyzes Giuliani's personal background, his record and the methods he employed to enforce the 'Quality of Life' and 'Zero Toler...

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  • "Boredom at Its Boredest" by Michael ...
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    A Great Start

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    Palm Pictures Takes U.S. and Caribbean Rights to Sundance Winner "13 (Tzameti)"

    First-time Georgian filmmaker Gela Babluani's "13 (Tzameti)," winner of this year's world cinema grand jury prize for dramatic feature at the Sundance Film Festival, has been acquired by Palm Pictures, the company announced Thursday. David Koh, head of acquisitions and production for Palm Pictures a...

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    Oscar Winners Diana Ossana and Bobby Moresco and Nominee Josh Olson to Give Keynote at Scriptwriters

    2005 Academy Award winners Diana Ossana (adapted screenplay for "Brokeback Mountain") and Bobby Moresco (original screenplay for "Crash") and nominee Josh Olson (adapted screenplay for "A History of Violence") are slated to impart their knowlege with writers as keynote speakers at the "Scriptwriters...

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    There's A Big Day Coming...

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