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    Dispatch From Iceland: Country's Filmmakers Wager On In Wake of Financial Meltdown

    It hasn't been easy for Icelandic filmmakers in the past year or two. Crippled by a severe financial meltdown, the little-country-that-often-could has been faced with an uphill battle when it comes to almost everything economic - filmmaking included. But in the midst of Iceland's most important annu...

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    "Conviction" and "The King's Speech" to Open Mill Valley Festival

    In an interesting move, two potential Oscar contenders in the acting categories - Tony Goldwyn's "Conviction," starring Hilary Swank, and Tom Hooper's "The King's Speech," featuring Colin Firth as King George VI - will open the 33rd Mill Valley Film Festival. The U.S. premiere of John Madden's "The ...

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    Small Screen | "Babies," "Killer," "Frozen," & War in Your Living Room

    On this day in movie world, those of us that only like to see movies in our living rooms will finally get to see "Babies," Winterbottom's controversial "The Killer Inside Me," "Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky," Sundance genre standout "Frozen," "War Don Don" on HBO, and "The Thin Red Line" in a Criter...

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    "Social Network" to Kick Off Huge Lineup at Mumbai Film Festival

    After kicking off this year's New York Film Festival last week, David Fincher's critically lauded "The Social Network," will open the 12th annual Mumbai Film Festival (MFF), which this year boasts a crop of a whopping 200 films from 58 countries.

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    Feuds and Film: Midway Through Fantastic Fest, the Punches Fly

    The 2010 edition of Fantastic Fest has no greater defining image than that of festival founder and Alamo Drafthouse owner Tim League, decked out in a pink mohawk, dodging punches from a sprightly Michelle Rodriguez. The farcical duel marked the climax of "The Fantastic Debates," an annual tradition ...

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    Doha Tribeca Turns Two With "Outside the Law," "First Grader" and More

    At a press conference at the Villaggio Cineplex in Doha, the Doha Film Institute (DFI) announced the Arab Film Competition, the first 30 titles in the World Panorama section, the Arab Short Film Competition and a Special Screening for the 2nd annual Doha Tribeca Film Festival (DTFF). The festival ru...

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    Welcome Back, Wile E.

    Welcome Back, Wile E.

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    Multiple Films To Kick Off First Anaheim Film Festival

    Reflecting a trend many film festivals are taking to, the Anaheim International Film Festival will kick its inaugural event off with multiple opening night films. Billed the Grand Opening Night Gala, the films slated to screen are Johnathan Lynn's "Wild Target," the U.S. premiere of David Bradbury's "Going Vertical: The Shortboard Revolution," Alexandra Codina's "Monica & David, " Mamoru Hosoda's "Summer Wars," a special shorts presentation, and a presentation of John Hughes' teen classic "Sixteen Candles," in honor of the late director. A total of 127 features and shorts from 30 different countries make up the rest of the festival that runs ...

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    12 World Premieres Set for 4th Abu Dhabi Film Festival

    Randall Wallace's horse racing drama "Secretariat," and "Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame" from director Tsui Mark will bookend the upcoming fourth Abu Dhabi Film Festival (ADFF), which will play host this year to twelve world premieres, and 70 films in total. Four of the films mak...

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    "Neds" Takes San Sebastian Fest's Golden Shell

    The 58th edition of the San Sebastian Film Festival concluded today in the eponymous seaside town on Spain's Atlantic coast with the official awards ceremony and closing film "Sarah's Key," which earlier premiered at Toronto. Peter Mullan's hard-hitting "Neds," short for "Non-Educated Delinquents," ...

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