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    link we like: California Artists Radio Theater

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    Douglas Fairbanks Jr. Auction

    I'm somewhat numb from all the high-end movie-related auctions this year, but one has caught my fancy in a way that Debbie Reynolds’ or even John Wayne’s hasn’t. Even the catalog for the September 13 event at Doyle Gallery in New York is a keeper, because it celebrates ...

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    iW's Project of the Day: A Very Scary "Pillow Fight"

    Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite.

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    iW's Project of the Day: Mother and Daughter Fight over "My Nose"

    Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite.

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    Talking TIFF: Co-Director Cameron Bailey On The 2011 Toronto Film Festival

    Next Thursday, the film industry will descend on Canada's largest city for the Toronto International Film Festival as the world premiere of Davis Guggenheim's U2 doc, "From The Sky Down," kicks off 11 days and hundreds of screenings.

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    Critic's Notebook | How the West Memphis 3 Release Transformed The "Paradise Lost" Documentaries

    When the trio of Arkansas men convicted of crimes they may not have committed 18 years ago suddenly found themselves free on August 19, a significant chapter in the saga of the "West Memphis 3" came to a dramatic close. However, for viewers familiar with their struggles, the story had already ended ...

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    INTERVIEW: Ludivine Sagnier on Impersonating the Late Alain Corneau in "Love Crime"

    In the late Alain Corneau's final film, "Love Crime," French star Ludivive Sagnier plays a driven ingenue at a multinational who engages in a deadly battle with her ruthless mentor, played by Kristen Scott Thomas. Think of it as a Gallic mash-up of "Working Girl" and "Fatal Attraction," with a twist...

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    For Your Consideration: 10 Things The Fall Fests Can Tell Us About Award Season

    The Venice Film Festival begins Wednesday and that's as good as a starting gun: It means the awards season is here.

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    INTERVIEW | Joann Sfar on Serge Gainsbourg: "You have to understand what he sings."

    Cartoonist Joann Sfar's name may not mean much in the United States, but in France he's nearly as revered as the pop icon at the center of his directorial debut. "Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life" delivers a playful, stylized rendition of French musician Serge Gainsbourg's wild and sultry adventures. Sfar,...

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