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    cinemadaily | The Internet Saves LACMA Film Program? We'll See

    The Los Angeles County Museum of Art's director, Michael Govan, announced at the end of July that the museum's film program would be put on hiatus, and a group of cinephiles calling themselves Save Film @ LACMA is working to save the weekend classic film program. They have taken to the Internet to ...

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    iW Video | Reverse Shot Talkies: Andrew Bujalski

    "I always want to make a film that I feel like no one else is going to make," filmmaker Andrew Bujalski recently told Reverse Shot's Eric Hynes in this Reverse Shot Talkie, presented by indieWIRE.

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    Cinephile Summer Camp: A Dispatch from Tilda & Mark's Magical "Pilgrimage"

    Eight and a half days ago, at a train station in a tiny Scottish village, I stood awkwardly with forty strangers, holding a placard that read simply "Lillian Gish." I held it high as a train full of people arrived at the station. Some of them weren't getting off the train, and the looks on their f...

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    cinemadaily | In NYC, "Buried Treasures" of the 70s

    If you're in New York City and you haven't checked it out already, you've still got five days left to catch "William Lustig Presents: The Seventies - Buried Treasures," a series of rare 70s cult, crime and B flicks, curated by the director of the "Maniac Cop" series. The program runs until Friday, A...

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    Eugene Hernandez: It Came from the '80s

    East Hampton, NY, August 9, 2009 -- As crazy as it sounds, we're closing in on the end of another decade. But, before focusing on the the best movies of the past ten years, I'm drawn to dwell on a different decade altogether. The 1980s.

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    From Dream to Screen: "Cold Souls" Director Sophie Barthes Must Have Great Karma!

    Imagine having a dream, writing a screenplay based on your night's slumber, then turning that story into an award-winning screenplay that takes you to the Sundance Labs. After a chance meeting with an actor at a festival party, the established, name talent expresses interest in this story. The film ...

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    In Theaters This Weekend: Giamatti Plays Giamatti, Mumblecore and More

    The latest entry in the mumblecore canon, a hard-hitting Turkish film, and two hits from Sundance are among the crop of movies opening this weekend at the specialty box office.

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    cinemadaily | "You are a neomaxizoomdweebie": Remembering John Hughes

    Director John Hughes, whose films gave voice to disaffected Gen Xers across suburban America, launched the Brat Pack and laid the groundwork for an entire generation of teen comedies, passed away yesterday at the age of 59. In the wake of the news, a smattering of the tributes that have been pouring...

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    cinemadaily | Bujalski's "Beeswax" Makes People Say "Mumblecore"

    As Andrew Bujalski's "Beeswax" opens in limited release tomorrow, the Internet is ablaze with discussions of the film and the relationship with the genre to which Bujalski has been named the father, "mumblecore." To quote David Denby's New Yorker explanation for the uninitiated of the critic-const...

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    11 More for Toronto (including Harmony Korine)

    The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) unveiled eleven new films in the Contemporary World Cinema category and seven films in the Visions category, a section that showcases filmmakers that push the boundaries of mainstream cinema. Included in the Contemporary World Cinema category are films from Iran, Bangladesh, Czech Republic, and the United States. The entries in Visions include "Trash Humpers," the new film from always controversial "Gummo" director Harmony Korine. "Trash Humpers" is described as a, "handheld video of a loser-gang cult-freak collective who do antisocial things in a non-narrative way, except for the song-and-danc...

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