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  • Jared Moshé's Blog
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    BEAUTIFUL LOSERS on iTunes

    BEAUTIFUL LOSERS on iTunes

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    Karina Longworth Leaves Spout

    Karina Longworth Leaves Spout

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  • Matt Dentler's Blog
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    Nip/Tuck

    Nip/Tuck

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  • Eric Kohn
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    "Paranormal" Marketing Campaigns.

    "Paranormal" Marketing Campaigns.

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  • REVERSEBLOG: the reverse shot blog
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    NYFF: Views from the Avant-Garde '09

    Nestled in the middle of the New York Film Festival, the Views from the Avant-Garde program, now in its thirteenth year, has become something of a lightning rod for experimental work. For better or for worse, the rare, uncategorizable, and often difficult films it features are crammed into a dense, two and a half-day screening schedule that challenges the endurance of even the most seasoned viewer. In previous years programmers Mark McElhatten and Gavin Smith organized their selections with session titles and descriptions, but this edition, which did away with both, left the work of finding the underlying logic up to the audience. Though this may seem an unremarkable omission, the lack of a suggestive framework for viewing meant that a number of experimental mainstays got lost in the fold, and the works that could otherwise stand alone, namely ethnographic excursions and understated essay films, were the ones that received the most attention.

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    Journalism in 3-D: Is Content Dead?

    "If content is not king," asked Variety publisher Neil Stiles at a downbeat Digital Hollywood journalism panel Wednesday, "what is?"

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    Things I Learned at Digital Hollywood

    A Digital Hollywood conference seems to comes around every few months, as folks like me trek out to Santa Monica to see if there's anything new to be gleaned about the digital future which seems to be trashing livelihoods all around us. Just this week cuts were announced at the LA Times, NY Times, and Conde Nast. Even online indie Spoutblog is letting critic Karina Longworth go. No more original content, warns the site.

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  • iW NOW
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    Daniels, Fukunaga Eye Next Projects

    Daniels, Fukunaga Eye Next Projects

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  • Enzian Theater
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    Brouhaha Deadline Nears

    Brouhaha Deadline Nears

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    "Empire" Tops at Hawaii Fest

    "Empire" Tops at Hawaii Fest

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