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    "Exit" Strategy: Bringing Banksy To The Masses

    A new film about and allegedly directed by the mysterious English street artist Banksy is coming to U.S. theaters next week after being met with equal parts acclaim and mystique at film festivals earlier this year.

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    Small Screen | "Youssou N'Dour" In Focus; "Beeswax," "Bad Lieutenant" Also

    Fans of Peter Gabriel should be familiar with Youssou N'Dour, the Senegalese musician whose distinctive voice can be heard on a number of Gabriel songs, including "In Your Eyes" from the mid-80s. In Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi's documentary, "Youssou N'Dour: I Bright What I Love", the widely popular m...

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    Eugene Hernandez: I want it, but what do I *do* with it??

    New York City, April 5, 2010 -- When you use a computer sometimes you need to lean forward but other times you want to lean back.

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    indieWIRE This Week: U.S. Film Festival Lineups, Acquisitions and a Breakout Indie

    THE WEEK IN NEWS: A string of spring American film festivals announced their lineups, docs and narrative feature deals, and one low-budget romantic comedy created buzz for its release.

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    Stuart Urban on "Tovarisch": Presto, the Elements of a Movie were There! (Watch It Now)

    At the age of thirteen in 1972, Stuart Urban became the youngest director to have a film shown at Cannes. As an adult, Urban became a successful director of both features and documentary films, winning multiple British Academy Awards. I sat down with Urban to discuss his long gestating documentary, ...

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    Film Critics in Focus, Again: New Theories, No Consensus

    At the arrival of art criticism into a new medium, the sirens inevitably sound. And as the preferred mode for reading film criticism continues to move online and full-time critics for reputable print publications head into the freelancing world, many people, full-time critics and freelancers, who g...

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    18 ND/NF Directors In Their Own Words

    The following is a series of interviews with directors whose films are screening at the New Directors/New Film Festival.

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    FUTURES | "Breaking Upwards" Filmmaker Daryl Wein

    Tisch graduate and life-long New Yorker Daryl Wein is a jack-of-all-trades. Drawn to acting at an early age, the affably appealing Wein began exploring filmmaking when his dad bought him his first camcorder in high school. Since then he's been shifting back and forth between the two, with success th...

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    Box Office Quarterly: Without a "Slumdog" in 2010, "Heart" & "Writer" Lead

    As Hollywood boasts of "Avatar" and "Alice and Wonderland" leading the box office to a staggering 10% first quarter increase in grosses over last year ($2.6 billion in domestic box office), the specialty world has been having a tough time in its shadow. January and February saw very few new releases...

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    MoMA Celebrates Creative Capital with A Series of Screenings

    In celebration of the New York-based nonprofit funding organization Creative Capital, this spring the Museum of Modern Art will screen 37 of the films Creative Capital has funded and promoted over the past eleven years.

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