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    Are we fighting to preserve a business or an artform? Introducing iW's cinemadaily.

    Last week I posted, on Twitter and Facebook, that I was "contemplating the increasingly striking tension between art and industry." That comment came after a lengthy email exchange with a good friend who was reacting to the recent James Stern keynote speech at the Los Angeles Film Festival. The rema...

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    cinemadaily | Enemies, Agnes and Indie Godshall

    If the buzz on Twitter is any indication, Michael Mann's "Public Enemies," one of the top trending tweeted topics right now, should be quite popular this weekend. In theaters today, "Enemies" is one of two new movies from veteran directors joining Agnès Varda'...

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    Fighting The Power: "Do the Right Thing" 20 Years Later

    "1989, the number, another summer," so goes Public Enemy's renowned rap anthem.

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    A Great Movie On A Great Screen

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    Britain's Got Talent: Edinburgh Awards "Moon," Katie Jarvis

    After ten days of films, panels, parties, and some unusually lovely Scottish weather, the 63rd Edinburgh International Film Festival came to a close this weekend. The occasion was marked with both the international premiere of Max Mayer's "Adam," and the festival's annual award ceremony - where a ju...

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    What Does a Producer Do? 9 Observations on the Biz's Most Misunderstood Job

    Using the question “What does a producer do?” as a launching point, four producers got together last week during the LA Film Festival to participate in a lunch time conversation about their work and what it took to bring their respective films to the festival.

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    Woman on The Verge: "Surrogate" Director Shalom Ezer Breaks Out In Edinburgh

    Unfortunately, the reason many in the international film world first heard of writer-director Tali Shamon Ezer's "Surrogate" was not because of the film itself, but because of its place at the center of a bit of a storm between director Ken Loach and the Edinburgh International Film Festival. A few...

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    Remembering Michael Jackson, On Screen

    The day after the death of pop music icon Michael Jackson, media coverage alternated between reports and speculation about how he died so suddenly yesterday, to footage of his fans gathering at spots all around the world to pay tribute.

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    What a Week! Michael Jackson, "Public Enemies" and "Bananas!" at LAFF

    Los Angeles once again found itself centerstage for the world's media Thursday morning with the news that Farrah Fawcett's long battle with cancer came to an end with her death in Santa Monica. The day only became more dramatic only several miles away in Westwood, home of the Los Angeles Film Festiv...

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    Cheri Hurt In Quiet Cracktown Stoning: This Weekend at the Movies

    With the highest metacritic score so far this year, and that expanded best picture lineup, you might be able to catch an Oscar underdog in theaters: Kathryn Bieglow's "The Hurt Locker," hailed by The New York Times' A.O. Scott as "the best nondocumentary American feature made yet about the war in Ir...

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