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    "Missing Person" Director Noah Buschel: "The story is like eleventh or twelfth on my list"

    Noah Buschel's neo-noir "The Missing Person" hits theaters November 20, courtesy of Strand Releasing. The film stars Michael Shannon as a detective hired to track down a missing man. indieWIRE contacted Buschel via email to discuss the film and his career.

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    Jon Reiss: "We are in the midst of a new world order or crisis"

    This speech was delivered at the recent CPH:DOX Forum in Copenhagen. Jon Reiss will be doing a presentation today at 6 p.m. at IFC Center in Manhattan and selling his book, "Think Outside the Box Office," immediately after. The book is also available for purchase on his website.

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    Dubai Readies for 6th Outing with World Cinema Focus

    Twenty films will screen in the upcoming Dubai International Film Festival's "Cinema of the World" line up. "Gritty dramas" and "controversial documentaries" from Denmark, France and Peru are part of the roster, fest organizers unveiled. The sixth DIFF takes place December 9 - 16 in the United Arab ...

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    cinemadaily | Criterion, Denver, and the Decade

    Some exciting news from Criterion: Max Ophuls’ lavish biopic "Lola Montès" and Leo McCarey’s 30s tearjerker "Make Way for Tomorrow" will join the collection in February. Also on tap for the Criterion treatment are two recent films: Steve McQueen's "Hunger" and Götz Spielmann's "Revanche." More from ...

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    Eugene Hernandez: "For the Love of Movies"

    New York, NY, November 16, 2009 -- The annual New York Film Critics Circle awards dinner on January 14, 2001 gathered the group of leading U.S. film critics at Windows on the World atop the North Tower of New York City's World Trade Center. For many reasons, it's a night that is hard to forget. In a...

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    cinemadaily | Auteur Fever: Jerry Lewis & Tsai Ming-liang Retros Hit NY

    "Jerry Lewis: Clown prince of arrested development or the most cerebral Hollywood funny man since Buster Keaton?" asks the Village Voice's J. Hoberman. "Either you find Jer's manic outbursts funny, or you don't, but there's no disputing his ambition." Audiences in New York have the chance to decide ...

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    cinemadaily | Sexy "Dare" Comes to the Big Screen

    After a slot in competition at Sundance and a closing night screening at Outfest, Image Entertainment is bringing Adam Salky's "Dare" to US theaters in limited release this week. The high school drama stars Emmy Rossum, Zach Gilford, and Ashley Springer as last-semester seniors who experiment with ...

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    For Your Consideration: The 50 Most Despicable Oscar Snubs of the 2000s

    Before any of you get all optimistic about this year's awards race, I decided to utilize this week's column to remind you of how horribly wrong things can turn out. As the end of this decade approaches, and you start considering your favorite films and performances, you may or may not b...

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    Scott Foundas: "I think any organization has to change with time"

    The rumor-mill expected it, and The Film Society of Lincoln Center's executive director Mara Manus officially confirmed Wednesday afternoon the appointment of L.A. Weekly critic Scott Foundas as the group's new Associate Program Director, replacing Kent Jones who left earlier this year to join Marti...

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    cinemadaily | Now On DVD

    One of the most critically acclaimed films of 2008, Lance Hammer's "Ballast" comes to DVD this week, courtesy of Kino. "Superficially, Ballast is a distinctly American work, but Hammer infuses it with a European sensibility that separates it from the rest of the pack," writes Michael Tully at Hammer...

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