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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Khadak" Co-Director Jessica Woodworth

    Co-directors Jessica Woodworth and Peter Brosens drama "Khadak" takes place in Mongolia. The film revolves around the epic story of Bagi, a young nomad confronted with his destiny to become a shaman. A plague strikes the animals and the nomads are forcibly relocated to desolate mining towns. Bagi sa...

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    DISPATCH FROM VANCOUVER | Enviro Docs and more pour over 16-day Festival

    Surfing film festival reports from destinations far and wide these days is something like watching The Weather Channel: New York is frighteningly hot, Pusan, a touch too stormy. The once neutral topic -- weather -- now fits into the "If it bleeds, it leads" category. The Vancouver International Film...

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    DISPATCH FROM KOREA | Pusan Fest Fetes 10 Years of PPP amidst a Challenged Asian Film Market

    On one of the last evenings of this year's Pusan International Film Festival, filmmakers and festival guests gathered to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Pusan Promotional Plan, the largest project market in Asia. In an impromptu introduction, Paul Yi, one of the PPP's original advisors, took ...

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    DISPATCH FROM MEXICO | Growing Morelia Fest Spotlights Docs, Mexican Artists and Indigenous Film

    An increasingly important Mexican film event -- the Morelia International Film Festival (FICM) -- got a boost on opening night here in the capital city of the state of Michoacan with a surprise appearance by Mexican President Felipe Calderon. The head of state praised the festival for, in just five ...

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    DISPATCH FROM KOREA | Storms Brew for Korean Cinema, Though Pusan's Opening Night was Drenched

    Rain crashed the party last Thursday at the opening night ceremony of the Pusan International Film Festival. With over 8,000 enthusiastic fans inside and out the open-air venue and a parade of Asian stars on the red carpet, the weather made itself felt for the first time in the festival's t...

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    DISPATCH FROM ICELAND | Reykjavik Turns Out for Young Fast Growing Festival

    Hungarian director Csaba Bollok took home the Reykjavik International Film Festival's "Discovery of the Year" award over the weekend, capping the eleven-day event in Iceland's capital. Though the festival is somewhat overshadowed Stateside by the New York Film Festival, which takes place concurrentl...

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    DISPATCH FROM VANCOUVER | "Dragons & Tigers" Competition still Breathes Fire

    Many festivals around the world offer enough features to fill an encyclopedia, but many brand themselves with a specialty. Sundance is known for its American indies and Telluride for its tributes. The Vancouver International Film Festival -- weighing in at 16 days, featuring 350 films -- could be kn...

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    AFI FEST '07 | 97 Features Set for '07 AFI Fest, Kuo Unveils Competiion Rosters

    The first AFI Fest lineup under the programming leadership of new artistic director Rose Kuo has been announced for the upcoming AFI Los Angeles International Film Festival (November 1 - 11, 2007). 97 feature films and 51 shorts comprise this year's roster, which will include seven world premiere fi...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Finishing the Game" Director Justin Lin

    Director Justin Lin's "Finishing the Game" revolves around the unexpected death of Bruce Lee, a world-wide phenomenon and established movie star who passed away at the zenith of his popularity. Having already shot scenes for his upcoming movie, "Game of Death," studio heads decided to complete the f...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "For the Bible Tells Me So" Director Daniel Karslake

    Director Daniel Karslake's doc "For the Bible Tells Me So" revolves around the stories of of five conservative Christian families and explores how the religious right has used its interpretation of the Bible to support its agenda of stigmatizing the gay community and eroding the separation between ...

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