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    cinemadaily | Sweet: "Sugar" on DVD This Week

    "'Sugar,' which follows a young pitcher from a training camp in the Dominican Republic to a minor-league club in Iowa (and beyond), is infused with a deep affection for baseball, the rhythms of which are nimbly captured by a narrative pace and editing style that quicken and relax as necessary," writ...

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    Eugene Hernandez: $aving Cinema

    New York, NY, August 30, 2009 -- "As you know the L.A. County Museum has always been close to our hearts and especially the motion deptartment," studio chief Joel Levinson said during bungled remarks at a star-studded early 90s gala fundraiser for LACMA's film division. Pausing he corrected himself,...

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    Still Taking Big Issue In Public World: This Weekend at the Movies

    With Hollywood ending its summer season with a dual of horror sequels - "Halloween 2" and "The Final Destination" - it's as good a time as any to go the way of the arthouse. Though I'm sure there's plenty you could catch up on, from those "Basterds" to as-yet-underseen gems like "Lorna's Silence" a...

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    cinemadaily | A Doc about Whaling "At the Edge of the World"

    The winner of cinematography awards at the Atlanta Film Festival and the Woodstock Film Festival, as well as a best doc award at Monaco, Dan Stone's "At the End of the World" follows a group of volunteers as they attempt to stop Japanese poachers from entering an Antarctic sea that has been designat...

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    Unsatisfied with "Public" Offers, Ondi Timoner Opts to Do It Herself

    Eight months after receiving the grand jury prize at the Sundance Film Festival - the second time she's won the coveted documentary award - filmmaker Ondi Timoner is bringing her latest film to theaters herself. After raising money for the release and tapping Richard Abramowitz to execute the plan, ...

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    Rebel Rebel: Why "Taking Woodstock" Gave me Goosebumps

    In May, I was lucky enough attend the Cannes Film Festival where I saw Ang Lee's "Taking Woodstock." I sat in my very crappy seat way up in the balcony of the press screening watching the film and found myself completely cracking up. I can't exactly put my finger on it, but the film brought me back ...

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    Unmasking Anna Wintour: R.J. Cutler On His "September" Subject

    "I had no relationship to this world before the film," "The September Issue" director R.J. Cutler told indieWIRE earlier this week. "I'll be honest with you. To me Vogue was a magazine that my Mom read when I was a kid that I just couldn't find my way through. I couldn't even find the table of conte...

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    TIFF List: Toronto's Complete 2009 Lineup

    The 34th Toronto International Film Festival - running September 10-19, 2009 - has completed its program, with 273 features and 64 shorts from 64 countries to screen over the ten-day event. That total marks 22 more feature films than last year, and 72% of the feature films are world, international, ...

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    cinemadaily | Plenty of Praise for Koreeda's Latest

    Japanese director Hirokazu Koreeda's latest, the family drama "Still Walking," gets a limited release this Friday, August 28, courtesy of IFC Films, and according to Time Out's Joshua Rothkopf, "We are in the presence of a new classic... To submit to the quiet tensions of the modern-day Yokoyama cla...

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    cinemadaily | "Taking Woodstock" and Others Celebrate Forty Years

    Perhaps aiming to be the filmmaker with the most diverse catalog in history, Ang Lee has turned his sights onto the epic weekend music festival that occurred in upstate New York forty years ago. Lee's "Taking Woodstock" is, gulp, a comedy, foreign territory for Lee in recent years. It features the...

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