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    cinemadaily | Award-Winning Inuit Drama Comes to Film Forum

    "There is a majesty in the Great White North, but it doesn't seem that majestic when you're standing by an opening in the ice waiting for a seal to emerge while your grandmother, the only other living person in sight, stomps her feet, trying to scare some lunch up through the breathing hole. The North is more than an idea and more than a place: It's an obstacle course that takes a village to conquer. And the village goes missing in Before Tomorrow, an Inuit drama set in the dangerous isolation of the High Arctic," starts Canada's National Post review of "Before Tomorrow" by Jay Stone. The film, which won Best Canadian First Feature at TIFF ...

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    For Your Consideration: 10 Surprises From The Spirit Award Nominations

    Lee Daniels' "Precious: Based on the novel 'Push' by Sapphire" and Michael Hoffman's "The Last Station" topped the 2010 Film Independent Spirit Award nominations, each nabbing five nods including best feature. The pair were joined in that category by Marc Webb's "(500) Days of Summer," Cherien Dabis...

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    Gotham Awards '09: Minute By Minute

    10:00pm EST: Short and sweet, writer Mark Boal thanks Summit Entertainment, "who took a big risk to put out an Iraq War film." And with that, my work here is done. Hope you didn't mind the typos and increasing apathy toward what was going on. Again, get a full list of winners here.

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    Israel Film Festival to Honor Gould, Schrader

    The Israel Film Festival will honor actor Elliott Gould with a Lifetime Achievement Award when it kicks off December 5 at New York's SVA Theater. Also that evening, writer/director Paul Schrader will receive the 2009 IFF Achievement in Cinema Award and Donald Krim, President of Kino International, w...

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    cinemadaily | "Christmas Tale" Goes Criterion

    One of the most critically acclaimed films of 2008, Arnaud Desplechin's family drama "A Christmas Tale," gets a DVD and Blu-ray release this week, courtesy of the Criterion Collection.

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    Eugene Hernandez: Paris, City of Cinema (or, In Bed with Agnes)

    New York, NY, November 30, 2009 -- Last week, Amsterdam. This week, Paris. A city of cinema like few others.

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    Cheryl Hines Brings Life to Adrienne Shelly's "Moonlight"

    "It's interesting, I mean, people are going to take away different ideas from this film, which is one of the reasons I loved the script," Cheryl Hines told indieWIRE of her directorial debut, "Serious Moonlight," which opens in theaters this Friday. "A lot of people will just be entertained by it an...

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    Oscar, Take A Bow

    Todd Wawrychuk / ©A.M.P.A.S.

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    indieWIRE | Reverse Shot Talkie: Richard Linklater

    He's a huge personality, there is no equivalent," director Richard Linklater told Reverse Shot's Eric Hynes in a "Talkie" filmed recently at the92YTribeca earlier this week. Here's a guy who before his 26th birthday had re-invented theater, radio, film every medium of his day - the world was his oys...

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    "Train" Wins IDFA's Top Prize

    Lixin Fan's "Last Train Home" won the award for best feature length documentary at the International Documentary Festival Amsterdam today. A Chinese Canadian documentary by a first time director, the film examines international issues by telling the story of mother and father factory workers who are...

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