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    The Challenge Of Marketing "Push"

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    Tradition Vies with Modernity at 40th Hungarian Film Week

    On January 27, the short film "The History of Aviation" from director Balint Kenyeres kicked off the 40th edition of the Hungarian Film Week, the traditional one-week event just before the Berlin International Film Festival that highlights the previous year's films made in Hungary. The out-of-compet...

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    The Curious Case of Christian Bale

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    Wild Abandon: Josh Fox on "Memorial Day"

    Josh Fox's "Memorial Day," which premiered last year at June's CineVegas Film Festival, is a challenging film to summarize. It might seem like it's about spring break, but its also an art film about war. As described by Fox himself, the film "is about 'spring break' girls gone wild culture which is ...

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    Wrapping Up Rotterdam: "Bronson," "Morphine," "Exhausted," More...

    Some of the best films in this edition of the IFFR (Rotterdam Film Festival) - a relatively pure event in terms of noble, cinema-supportive policies - highlighted protagonists who crossed the line between cleanliness of lifestyle and transgression, whether it be sexual, drug-induced, or illicitly ma...

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    Mining the Porn Industry for Laughs: Interview with "The Auteur" Writer/Director James Westby

    "The Auteur" is the story of renowned porn director Arturo Domingo (Melik Malkasian), the creative genius behind classics like "Five Easy Nieces" and "Requiem for a Wet Dream," who has arrived in Portland, Oregon to receive a Lifetime Achievement award at a film festival. Arturo is delighted at the...

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    Engineering Simplicity: "The Class" Director Laurent Cantet

    Sometimes the hallmark of a winning film is integrity - in the original sense of the Greek word meaning "integrated" and "whole" - when the film's original vision seems perfectly to match its execution. That's the perfume that rises off Laurent Cantet's "The Class" ("Entre les Murs"), which screened...

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    The Changing Role of the Critic

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    At SB Fest, "Virtuosos" Talk Awards season

    Actors Viola Davis, Rosemarie DeWitt, Richard Jenkins, Melissa Leo and Michael Shannon took honors Wednesday night at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival at its second "Virtuosos Awards," which recognizes actors who had "breakout" performances in the last year. Of the group, four are up fo...

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    Oscar’s Pre-Party: Big Names, Foreign Films Hailed at Santa Barbara Fest

    It’s no secret that a large part of the Santa Barbara International Film Festival’s (SBIFF) abrupt recent rise in status is due to its proximity to the Academy Awards. And of course the first person to effectively exploit the nearness - both in time and space - to the Big Kahuna of film celebrations...

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