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    "Waiting for Armageddon"'s David Heilbroner: "Just grab a camera and get to work"

    The doc "Waiting for Armageddon" centers on the evangelical Christian obsession with the Biblical account of the Armageddon and its real-life enactment. "Armageddon" follows three American families as they explain their theories on the Apocalypse. The film follows one of the families on a trip to Israel and details another family's worries that the second coming of Christ may come before their daughters get married and have kids. The film will have a limited one week run, beginning January 8, 2010, at the Cinema Village in New York. The film's director David Heilbroner responded to questions from indieWIRE in conjunction with the New York...

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    cinemadaily | Top "Dog": Kurosawa Retro, "Sweetgrass," More

    New York's Film Forum kicks off a 30-film retrospective of the films of Akira Kurosawa today with a nine-day run of his 1949 noir "Stray Dog." The series commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Japanese director's birth which Criterion has also celebrated with the release of a massive box set.

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    cinemadaily | Film Society Reminisces About "My Dinner with Andre"

    As part of a Louis Malle retrospective series, the Film Society at Lincoln Center will be screening Malle's 1981 indie classic "My Dinner with Andre." The film's stars, Wallace Shawn and Andre Gregory, will be on hand for tomorrow's screening of the film. The two will talk about themselves, each o...

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    cinemadaily | Criterion Controversy

    The Criterion Collection is offering a tantalizing, if cryptic glimpse into possible upcoming Blu-ray releases--some announced and some not--on its website in the form of a New Year's e-card by artist Jason Polan. Could Criterion Blu-ray editions of Antonioni's "Red Desert," Malick's "Days of Heaven...

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    Inscribed in Hollywood History

    Inscribed in Hollywood History

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    3 Times The Fun (2003)

    Now that my eyes have uncrossed, I can tell you about the incredible experience of attending The World 3-D Film Expo this past month at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood.

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    Three Times The Fun (2006)

    Remember when it was fun to go to the movies? That feeling of enthusiasm, bordering on sheer abandon, that’s largely disappeared from the moviegoing experience was recaptured at World 3-D Film Expo II at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood this month.

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    indieWIRE & Industry Top Tens of the Decade

    A final look back at the decade after yesterday's look back at 2009... this time featuring top ten lists from the editors of indieWIRE and industry insiders. Participants were invited to include films from the past ten years, but each person devised his or her own criteria.

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    indieWIRE & Industry Top Tens for 2009

    A final look back at 2000… this time featuring top ten lists from the editors of indieWIRE and industry insiders. Participants were invited to include films released theatrically this year, but each person devised his or her own criteria.

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    Defining a Decade: 31 Interviews From The 2000s

    Every day for the past month, indieWIRE has been republishing profiles and interviews from the past ten years (in their original, retro format). Featuring some of the people that have defined independent cinema in the first decade of this century, from Darren Aronofsky to Agnes Varda to Paul Thomas...

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