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    "Power"'s Ari Gold: "I wanted to make a movie...without having to throw the things I cared about"

    Director Ari Gold's comedy "Adventures of Power" revolves around a small copper town that has hit hard times. Mineworker, Power, only wishes one thing - that he'd learned to play drums. But his father could never afford to buy him a set, so Power has embraced the next best thing - air drumming. Tired of the constant ridicule from his father and the other mine workers and with nothing but a few dollars, some cereal, and the support of his Aunt Joanie, Power sets off across the country to the "paradise" of Newark, where an underground air drumming crew has invited him to join their team. But as the big air drumming competition looms, so does a ...

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    Eugene Hernandez: Critics (still) Matter

    New York, NY, October 12, 2009 -- Filmmaker Antonio Campos reads his reviews. Since debuting his first feature "Afterschool" at last year's Cannes Film Festival and later screening at the New York Film Festival, among others, he's been closely following polarized reactions to the film. Now, a week i...

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    iW Contest | Ask Lars von Trier!!

    Famously afraid of flying, "Antichrist" director Lars von Trier has nevertheless appeared via satellite link in Toronto in September and most recently at the New York Film Festival to talk about his new film, which has polarized festival audiences.

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    "Misfortunates" Wins 3 at Hamptons Fest

    "The Misfortunates" won the Golden Starfish Award for best narrative feature, and two other prizes, and "Long Distance Love" won the Golden Starfish for best documentary tonight at the 17th Hamptons International Film Festival in East Hampton, NY.

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    Celebrating "Dreams" at Grey Gardens

    Marshall Curry's doc "Racing Dreams" has so far had a good festival run, winning the prize for best doc at the Tribeca Film Festival, where it debuted last Spring, and screening at the prestigious SilverDocs festival in June. At the Hamptons International Film Festival over the weekend, it screened...

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    The Year's Best? Bleakest? Elitist? 10 Questions for the NYFF Selection Committee

    Much has been bantered about regarding this year's 47th edition of the New York Film Festival, both with its new home at the Alice Tully Hall and decision to forgo the long-standing opening night party at Tavern on the Green in favor of the expansive foyer at the new venue, to this year's line up of...

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    Phase 4 Films: Seeking Content With An Eye on the Bottom Line

    "One of the advantages to closing Peace Arch is that we acquired new financing, and we now have a clean slate with a line of credit with which we're actively looking for new content," Phase 4 Films' Barry Meyerowitz told indieWIRE last month during the Toronto International Film Festival. The upstart Canadian-based film company (with operations in the U.S.) is the latest incarnation for Meyerowitz, who started working for TV company Telegenic, followed by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment and later Peace Arch Entertainment, a consortium half owned by ContentFilm that was formed in 2008. The group concentrated on DVD operations in the U.S., ...

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    Claire Denis: Shooting Africa in "White Material"

    Claire Denis's new film "White Material" makes its New York public debut tonight at the New York Film Festival. The film explores a conflict in an unnamed region of Africa involving a white woman (Isabelle Huppert) tending both her ancestral coffee plantation and two political factions. After a pr...

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    cinemadaily | Wild Thing: MoMA Fetes Spike Jonze

    In anticipation of his latest film, "Where the Wild Things Are," the Museum of Modern Art kicked off the cheekily titled "Spike Jonze: The First 80 Years" yesterday, the first ever retrospective of the director's work. The series runs until October 18.

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