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    Spike Lee's "Kobe" To Premiere at Tribeca

    The Tribeca Film Festival has announced that Spike Lee's basketball doc "Kobe Doin' Work" will have its world premiere at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival as the gala premiere of the Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival. The premiere will take place on Saturday April 25, 2009. The 2009 Tribeca/ESPN Spor...

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    Cary Joji Fukunaga on "Sin Nombre": Border Crossings, Authenticity, and Authorship

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This interview was originally published as part of our coverage of the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

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    Interview With Kathryn Bigelow

    Interview With Kathryn Bigelow

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    At the Border Between Politics and Thrills

    At the Border Between Politics and Thrills

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    Digital Distribution: "Gigantic" Exposure? "Pathetic" Revenues"?

    With limited theatrical options for getting their films in front of audiences today, numerous filmmakers have explored (or at least pondered) the Internet as an outlet. While most seem to covet a slot on iTunes -- the platform that generates the greatest revenues -- the need to work with an aggrega...

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    IMDb's Needham: A Play Button on Every Page

    "We want a play button on every single page of IMDb," said the popular film site's founder Col Needham during a SXSW Q&A moderated by indieWIRE's Eugene Hernandez.

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    Sunday Night Sneaks: Sam Raimi, Sacha Baron Cohen Stir SXSW

    "Thanks folks, for wanting it to be good," director Sam Raimi told a raucous crowd well after midnight in Austin late Sunday, moments before the work-in-progress screening of his return to horror, "Drag Me to Hell." For two hours, a full house inside Austin's Paramount Theater screamed, squirmed and...

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    How To Speak Geek

    How To Speak Geek

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    Exclusive Trailer For Majid Majidi's "The Song of Sparrows"

    "Deeply humanistic" says Variety of Iranian filmmaker Majid Majidi's (“Children of Heaven”, "The Weeping Willow") latest, "The Song of Sparrows," in a review that goes on to describe the film as "beautifully crafted, often sentimental, sometimes humorous."

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    SXSW Round Up: "Drag Me To Hell" and "Bruno" Sneak Into Blogosphere

    The opening weekend of the SXSW Film Festival has come and gone, and it seems the two films people are most intensely discussing aren't even completed yet: Sam Raimi's "Drag Me To Hell," which screened as a "work-in-progress," and Sasha Baron Cohen's "Borat" follow-up, "Bruno," which showed 3 clips ...

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