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    "The Help" to Close Zurich Film Festival

    The program for the 2011 Zurich Film Festival was announced today, with the American drama "The Help," which has proven divisive (and hugely successful) in its home country, closing the fest. The Swiss festival will open with Steven Soderberg's "Contagion." The festival will honor a host of top-notc...

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    Here’s the Project of the Week Winner: “Plato's Reality Machine"

    Thanks to your votes, the life in a video game film "Plato's Reality Machine” won yesterday's Project of the Week contest for the week ending July 1! Congratulations to director Myles Sorensen.

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    Why It Took A Swede to Make "The Black Power Mixtape"

    Göran Hugo Olsson’s documentary "The Black Power Mixtape" brings fresh insight to the world of Angela Davis and Stokely Carmichael through an unlikely source. In the 1960s and '70s, Swedish filmmakers and journalists traveled to America to investigate the Black Power mo...

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    I Wasn't There: "We Were Here" and the Importance of HIV/AIDS in Film

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This article was originally published during the Sundance Film Festival. "We Were Here" opens this Friday at the Angelika Film Center in New York City

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    Head Start: Here's 33 Reviews of Toronto Movies

    The Toronto International Film Festival opens today, cutting the ribbon on a busy week-and-a-half affair in which over 200 features from around the world will be unveiled for a diverse audience of casual moviegoers and industry professionals alike. Our coverage will be plentiful, but we actually sta...

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    TIFF FUTURES | "The Loneliest Planet" Co-Star Hani Furstenberg Moves Beyond the Israeli Stage

    Why She's On Our Radar: Furstenberg has already made great strides as an actress in the Israeli theater with occasional, and equally successful, forays into film. She has already worked with two giants of contemporary Israeli cinema: Eytan Fox, who cast her in the gay soldier drama "Yo...

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    Eating, Drinking, and Shopping in Toronto: A 2011 indieWIRE Insiders Guide

    Tens of thousands of people are about to converge upon Canada's largest city for one of the world's largest film events, socializing and networking all over town. And while many of them may have probably been around the Toronto block quite a few times in the past, this year will essentially finalize...

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    For Your Consideration: Updating Oscar Contenders In The Eye of The Storm

    In the past seven days or so, there have probably been more developments in the awards race than will be seen during any time period this year. Except for maybe the next seven days. With the Telluride Film Festival over, the Venice Film Festival entering its seventh day, and the Toronto Film Festiva...

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    link we like: Greetings From Bill

    link we like: Greetings From Bill

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    link we like: California Artists Radio Theater

    link we like: California Artists Radio Theater

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