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    Craig Emanuel at Sundance Summit: "Now is the time to act boldly and wisely"

    EDITOR'S NOTE: The following speech was given by Craig Emanuel - a film distribution specialist from Los Angeles law firm Loeb & Loeb - prior to the opening night panel discussion at the Sundance Creative Producing Summit held in Sundance, Utah over this past weekend. The topic for the panel was 'St...

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    cinemadaily | Staring Into Hell: Anthology Presents Ulrich Seidl Retro

    "Never have I looked so directly into hell," remarked Werner Herzog after viewing Austrian provocateur Ulrich Seidl's "Animal Love," one of 6 films screening at Anthology Film Archives in New York as part of their retrospective "The Films of Ulrich Seidl" (July 24-30). The series will culminate with...

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    Spirituality and Fathers and Sons: "The Answer Man" Director John Hindman

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

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    cinemadaily | "Fruit Fly" at AAIFF This Weekend

    The 2009 edition of the Asian American International Film Festival kicks off today in New York. Already attracting buzz is H.P. Mendoza’s "Fruit Fly," which screened at the SF International Asian American Film and Outfest earlier this year. "Fruit Fly" is set to close the AAIFF this Sunday, July 26.

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    "New Orleans Mon Amour" Director: "It seemed natural and necessary to make a movie there"

    Michael Almereyda's latest film, "New Orleans Mon Amour," is a love story set in Louisiana and focused on an unfaithful doctor (Christopher Eccleston) and his young mistress (Elisabeth Moss). While they both help to rebuild New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, passion grows and trouble mounts. The f...

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    Lorber Films, Aiming to "build the classics of tomorrow"

    "Not every film will be a nightmarish, political allegory," quipped veteran film distributor Richard Lorber recently, detailing the types of movies he's aiming to release via Lorber Films, his eponymous new distribution outfit. He was referring to Pablo Larraín's "Tony Manero," the provocative Chile...

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    cinemadaily | A Double Dose of Jean-Luc Godard

    Jean-Luc Godard fans have cause to rejoice as the Criterion Collection has just issued releases of "Made in U.S.A." and "2 or 3 Things I Know About Her," both previously out of print and difficult to track down in the US.

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    cinemadaily | Miyazaki & "Ponyo," Coming to America

    The so-called "Walt Disney of Japan" is coming to America this week. The rare visit by Hayao Miyazaki, the acclaimed animation filmmaker, will take place at San Diego's upcoming Comic Con, just a few weeks ahead of Disney's release of his latest film, "Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea." The dubbed vers...

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    Freedom, Defiance, Shame, Courage, and Justice for All: 6 to Watch from Outfest

    Bookended by two very full weekends, the 27th annual Outfest concluded on Sunday after eleven days of screenings, tributes, panels, conversations, receptions and parties. For many guests the passage of Prop 8 was a popular way to contextualize their experience at the festival, and already there are ...

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    Ladies First: Is "Hurt Locker" Signaling Female-Driven Awards Season?

    It's been nearly two months since indieWIRE checked in with the awards race in our post-Cannes search for clues. Usually, the period that follows Cannes is an awards-related dead zone. As Hollywood rolls out summer fare, awards prognosticators await the fall, perhaps making ill-fated suggestions t...

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