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    AP: "Housewives" Come out for "Transamerica"

    Emmy winner Felicity Huffman got by with a little help from her "Desperate Housewives" friends at the Hollywood premiere of her big-screen headlining debut in "Transamerica." Screened Sunday night at AFI Fest 2005, the dark comedy appears to be on the Oscar fast-track, with wide praise for Huffman's...

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    SF Chronicle: When July Arrives, Class is in Session

    Why is class always more fun when there's a substitute teacher? Miranda July's visits to the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts on Thursday and Saturday may provide an answer. On the lesson plan from this former Berkeley kid turned Hollywood indie film star and director: a homework assignment that all ...

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    For U.S. Buyers at AFM (and AFI Fest), Not A Lot of Dealmaking But Still Announcements to Make

    Buyers from American distribution companies have been taking meetings, popping in and out of screenings, and power-lunching in Southern California for the past few days, but most have stayed well west of the 405 Freeway, mingling and networking in Santa Monica with European, Asian, and Latin America...

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    AFI/AFM 2005.1: Bad, Bad Blogger

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    "Ragged Little Pill": Scott Coffey's "Ellie Parker"

    It's difficult to now recall that the first hour of "Mulholland Drive" was predicated upon the question of whether or not Naomi Watts could act. Her performance worked because the film trafficked in the thrill of the unknown: For the audience, grimacing doubt segued into rapt attention when Watts's ...

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    Nominations Unveiled for 2005 European Film Awards

    The nominations for the 2005 European Film Awards were announced tonight (Sunday) at the Seville Film Festival. The prizes will be presented on December 3rd in Berlin. Leading the list with seven nominations is Michael Haneke's "Cache", followed closely by Susanne Bier's "Brothers". Both movies are ...

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    A Tree Glows in Brooklyn

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