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    Picturehouse Makes a Deal for Altman's Latest, "Prairie Home Companion"

    Picturehouse has acquired Robert Altman's "A Prairie Home Companion," nabbing North American rights to the film just days after it first screened for buyers in New York and Los Angeles. Written by Garrison Keillor, host of the popular long-running weekly radio program, the film revolves around the p...

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    Dot Com, Dot US?

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    Surprise! Numbers Change With Savings

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    THINKFilm Takes "The Big Question" to Theaters Next Spring

    THINKFilm has acquired U.S. and Canadian rights to Francesco Cabras and Alberto Molinari's doc "The Big Question," the Film Sales Company, which handled the negotiation, confirmed Friday. The company's head, Andrew Herwitz represented the film on behalf of the filmmakers, while Daniel Katz and Richa...

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    AFS 20th Anniversary Screenings

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    The Guardian: Through being cool -- Interview with Chloe Sevigny

    Chloe Sevigny has been the darling of indie filmmakers for a decade. But now, she says, she's "sick of it." So what's next? Oliver Burkeman finds out.

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    AP: Utah's 'Mollywood' a Wholesome Hollywood?

    After almost five years of making movies for Mormons, the group of filmmakers who were part of the genre's most prolific production studio are branching out with projects that leave the church jokes behind with the hopes of engaging a broader audience. And they want to do it in their own backyard. C...

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    LA Times: Director Warns of Big Screens' Extinction

    One of Hollywood's top filmmakers delivered a rallying cry to the nation's theater owners Thursday, warning that one of the great American traditions -- the collective moviegoing experience -- was being threatened with extinction. Speaking at the annual ShowEast convention in Orlando, Fla., M. Night Shyamalan, the director and writer of such blockbusters as "The Sixth Sense" and "Signs," condemned those who are pushing to eliminate what has traditionally been a months-long delay between the release of a movie on the big screen and its debut on DVD. Doing away with that window will not only destroy the exhibition industry, Shyamalan warned, bu...

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