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    Tribeca Sets '09 Shorts Slate

    The 2009 Tribeca Film Festival has announced its line-up of short films. The Festival received 2463 short film submissions this year, and 46 have been selected for presentation in six "thematic programs": "Means To An End"; "Mixed Feelings"; "Wake Up Call"; "Truth or Consequences"; "Time Will Tell";...

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    Depression Movies Redux

    Depression Movies Redux

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    Humanizing an Icon: "Valentino: The Last Emperor" Director Matt Tyrnauer

    Matt Tyrnauer's "Valentino: The Last Emperor" offers a behind-the-scenes look at the world of fashion, featuring access never-before allowed in the high temples of Haute Couture. The legendary Valentino is the star of the film, along with his longtime business partner, Giancarlo Giammetti. The film follows them for the final two years of their careers, and show the struggles the two men face as they confront the final act of a nearly 50-year career at the top of the world's most glamorous and competitive game. The struggle of art against commerce is at the center of the film. In the end, however, the story proves to be not one about money or ...

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    At SXSW, Considering Word of Mouth in an Emerging On Demand World

    The strained film distribution system is often a topic of discussion at film festivals. New and established filmmakers gather to hear the latest from industry insiders who've said it all before. But this year at SXSW, a few things feel a bit different. For one, as has been well documented, a handful...

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    Creating a Unique Thematic and Visual World: "The Perfect Sleep" Director Jeremy Alter

    In director Jeremy Alter's film, "The Perfect Sleep," a man with no name returns to the violent, brutal domain of assassins he left ten years before - back when they dubbed him The Mad Monk for his disregard for his own life and his intense devotion to one woman, Porphyria; a beautiful, luminescent ...

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    Hollywood: From Glut To Drought?

    Hollywood: From Glut To Drought?

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    SXSW Interview: "45365" Director Turner Ross

    Editor's Note: This is one of a series of interviews, conducted via email, with directors whose films are screening at the 2009 SXSW Film Festival.

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    SXSW Interview: "Trimpin" Director Peter Esmonde

    Editor's Note: This one of a series of interviews, conducted via email, with directors whose films will be screening at the 2009 SXSW Film Festival.

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    SXSW Round Up: The Fest Kicks Off Its '09 Edition

    The 2009 South By Southwest Film Festival kicks off tonight, most notably with the world premiere of "I Love You Man," the fest's Opening Night selection. Variety and The Hollywood Reporter already have dueling reviews of the Paul Rudd/Jason Segel comedy . With the former's Todd McCarthy calling it "a Judd Apatow clone" with a "deeply lame central premise that makes most of the action seem fraudulent and thoroughly unnecessary," and the latter's Stephen Farber saying: "The movie has the crude moments -- including fart and vomit jokes -- that the genre requires, but it also has genuine wit and perception. It's a rare comedy that actually grow...

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    When Did Movie Music Get So Boring?

    When Did Movie Music Get So Boring?

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