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    Eugene Hernandez: The Doctor Is In.

    New York, NY, January 11, 2010 -- Next Thursday, the 2010 Sundance Film Festival will kick-off in Utah, ushering in a new decade of American indie cinema. This week, before the fest begins, we're going to spend some time pondering where we are and where we've been by looking at the current and recen...

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    cinemadaily | Eric Rohmer: April 4, 1920—January 11, 2010

    "Whether you think that my films are good or bad, they have a value to one another that helps with understanding them," stated legendary French director Eric Rohmer in a 2008 interview with the Independent. "The public often tell me that I make films that resemble each other and they are right, but ...

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    "The Last Station," Big Laughs and a Little Anger at Palm Springs Fest Opener

    After the major hoopla over Mariah Carey earlier this week causing a sensation on the Internet and the traditional media during her appearance at its annual Awards Gala on Tuesday night, the Palm Springs International Film Festival settled into the familiar trappings of "festival" with the Opening N...

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    Sundance ‘10 | Drake Doremus Talks "Douchebag"

    26-year-old director Drake Doremus makes his Sundance debut with "Douchebag." According to the festival, the film is an "offbeat comedy that gives a modern twist to sibling rivalry."

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    cinemadaily | One Man Rambo

    In the outsider-cinema event of the season, New York's Anthology Film Archives is kicking off a weeklong run today of Zachary Oberzan's "Flooding with Love for the Kid," a one-man staging of "First Blood" (best known as the source material for the Sylvester Stallone film), made for all of $96.

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    Sundance '10 | "Bass Ackwards" Director Linas Phillips on His non-Road Movie Road Movie

    Director Linas Phillips is back with a new feature, "Bass Ackwards," screening in Sundance's new NEXT section. He previously directed and starred in the documentary "Walking to Werner," which screened at HotDocs and the Austin Film Festival, and he also has a few acting credits under his belt. His l...

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    "Teardrop Diamond"'s Jodie Markell: "Obsessed with Rediscovering Overlooked American Classics"

    Jodie Markell's adaptation of the Tennessee Williams play "The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond" is currently playing in New York City at the Quad Cinemas and in several theaters in Southern California. The film focuses on the loose cannon Memphis debutante Fisher Willow (Bryce Dallas Howard) as she fall...

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    Sundance '10 | "Bhutto" Producer Duane Baughman on His Portrait of the Fallen Leader

    Duane Baughman produced upcoming Sundance U.S. Documentary Competition feature, "Bhutto" - directed by Johnny O'Hara, (whose film, "Fields of Fuel," won the 2008 Sundance Audience Award) and co-directed by Jessica Hernandez a veteran television editor. The film turns the spotlight on the assassinate...

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    For Your Consideration: Is Kathryn Bigelow a Female Director?

    EDITOR'S NOTE: For this week's "For Your Consideration," guest columnist Matthew Hammett Knott contemplates a series of questions regarding the significance of potential Academy Award winner Kathryn Bigelow's gender.

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    cinemadaily | "Daybreakers" Comes to Light in Theaters

    "Daybreakers," the vampire film that took first runner-up at Toronto's first ever genre-focused Midnight Madness People's Choice Award, comes from writers/directors Michael & Peter Spierig. The Spierig brothers previously previously helmed the zombie flick "Undead." "Daybreakers," an Australia/US co-production starring Ethan Hawke and Willem Dafoe, is released in the US tomorrow. "Michael and Peter Spierig...place their story in a world in the near future, when whatever plague caused people to turn into vampires won out; there are few humans remaining, and they hide, so that they won't be used as the bottom rung on the food chain," writes ...

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