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    INTERVIEW | David Sigal Chronicles the History & Final Days of "Florent: Queen of the Meat Market"

    David Sigal's entertaining documentary "Florent: Queen of the Meat Market," chronicles the history and final days of New York's legendary all-night diner. Below find an Email interview with Sigal. The film hits select theaters Friday, May 20.

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    CANNES FUTURES | "Miss Bala"'s Young Unknown Stephanie Sigman

    Home Country: Mexico Languages: Spanish, English and some French

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    The Complete Woody Allen: A Retrospective Pt. 1 (1966-1990)

    Making a film once a decade, like the Terrence Malicks of the world, is all well and good, but what's truly impressive is making a film virtually every year for 40 years, and, generally speaking, consistently making pretty good ones. And that's what Woody Allen's managed to rack up sinc...

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    Cannes | Pedro Almodóvar: "Thrillers fit in with my life at present"

    Twenty-four hours after the most controversial press conference of the 2011 Festival de Cannes, director Pedro Almodóvar sat at the helm of assembled journalists in the Palais des Festivals. Before asking a more serious question, Showbiz 411's Roger Friedman said to the celebrated Spanish filmmaker ...

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    Five Projects iW is Rooting For: Katie Aselton & Duplass's All-Girl Thriller, Jay DeMerit Doc & More

    In this week's indieWIRE in-production column, iW speaks to "The Freebie" director Katie Aselton about her new project, the all-girl in-the-woods thriller "Black Rock," written by her husband Mark Duplass. We also have news on a documentary about the creation of a basket...

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    Cannes Report | Here's the Top Five Contenders For the Palme D'Or So Far

    By now, everyone must be wondering just what Robert De Niro makes of all this.

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    Revitalized NY Gen Art Film Fest Announces 16th Lineup

    The 2011 edition of New York's Gen Art Film Festival, known for its flashy screenings and after-parties, has announced it will open with Jonathan Sobol's comedy "A Beginner's Guide to Endings" at the Ziegfeld Theater, and will continue on with a week of screenings at the Visual Arts Theater in Chelsea. The festival describes its opener, starring Scott Caan, J.K. Simmons, and Tricia Helfer, as "the story of a hard living gambling father who has doomed his three sons to a horrible fate, and when his sons find out they don’t have much time left, they decide to make up for a lifetime of misdeeds in one day." The fest will close with George Ratl...

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    Lars von Trier on 'Melancholia': "Maybe it's crap"

    Is Lars von Trier happy with his latest film, "Melancholia?" "Yes," the director said emphatically Wednesday morning following the initial screening of his latest in Cannes. But as part of an often hilarious press conference peppered with nervous laughter from both the film's star Kirsten Dunst and ...

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    Provincetown Releases Lineup; Opening with Kathleen Turner-Starrer, Closing with "Master Harold"

    The Provincetown International Film Festival has just announced its 2011 lineup. The fest will open with Anne Renton's "The Perfect Family," in which Kathleen Turner plays a devout Catholic woman seeking to impress her church community with her "perfect family." Ving Rhames and Freddie Highmore st...

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    INTERVIEW | Greg Jacobs on His Award-Winning High School Poetry Slam Doc

    Filmmakers Greg Jacobs and Jon Siskel set out to make a film about the Chicago-area high school poetry-slam teams ahead of their competition in the specialty's largest competition. The film has won awards at the Austin, Chicago, Cleveland, Palm Springs, Philadelphia, Portland, St. Louis, Virginia an...

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