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    Sarajevo Celebrates Zhang-ke, Barendrecht; Takes On Queer Controversies

    In marking its 15th anniversary with this year's edition, the Sarajevo Film Festival has long ago realized its first year promise to offer a cultural refuge to what was then a city still under a siege by Serbian forces that had been going on since 1992. Since that founding in 1995, the festival has ...

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    cinemadaily | Cassavetes' "Husbands" On DVD Today

    Long unavailable, John Cassavetes' 1970 film "Husbands," at last comes to DVD today, courtesy of Sony. Cassavetes stars in the film, his followup to "Faces" (1968), along with Peter Falk and Ben Gazzara.

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    The Real Mad Men: Doug Pray on "Art & Copy"

    EDITORS NOTE: This interview was originally published as part of indieWIRE's coverage of the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. The film begins its theatrical run this week.

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    cinemadaily | Dark Side: Herzog on "Bad Lieutenant"

    Movie City Indie has a 16-minute clip of Werner Herzog speaking about his upcoming film "Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans," starring Nicolas Cage. The film is a loose remake of Abel Ferrara's 1992 controversial cult classic "Bad Lieutenant," which starred Harvey Keitel as a corrupt New York ...

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    Eugene Hernandez: Movies, Now More Than Ever

    New York, NY, August 16, 2009 -- For over a month now I've been pondering a New York Times article about the state of cinema that was published forty years ago. I've read the January 1969 Richard Schickel piece over and over since downloading it from their archive last month. "Don't Go to the Movies...

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    Flush with the Promise of Discovery, the Locarno Fest at 62

    It is perhaps not too much of a challenge to wax on rhapsodically about the many seductive charms of the town of Locarno, perched as it is on the northern shores of Lake Maggiore, right at the foot of the Alps in Southern Switzerland. There are the stunning views across the lake, interrupted on...

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    "She, A Chinese" Tops Locarno Fest

    The 62nd Locarno Film Festival came to a close tonight in Switzerland awarding Xiaolu Guo's "She, A Chinese" the Golden Leopard in the festival's international competition. The film is described by the festival as the story of "Mei, a young Chinese girl bored with life in her little village, [who] d...

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    Jimmy Page, Miyazaki, "Taxidermia" and an Old-Age Love Story: This Weekend at the Movies

    Summer might be winding down, but while Hollywood seems to have exhausted its tentpoles, specialty distributors are continuing to pour out hopes for late summer returns. Nine new films will grace arthouse screens this weekend, while one honorary indie - even if its being released through Disney makes it essentially the opposite - joins them in indieWIRE's round up of potential air-conditioned theater options. Among them, Disney's aforementioned release of Hayao Miyazaki's critically acclaimed "Ponyo," Amin Matalqa's 2008 Sundance Audience Award winner "Captain Abu Raed," Li Ying’s controversial “Yasukuni,” Andrea Dresen's touching love stor...

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    cinemadaily | "Ponyo" Migrates to the US

    If they haven't already downloaded it illegally or if they want to see it in English, the US anime fan base will finally have a chance to see Hayao Miyazaki's "Ponyo," on a big screen, when it opens today. The director of Academy Award-winner "Spirited Away" and "Princess Mononoke" is back with "Ponyo," which features the voices of Cate Blanchett, Liam Neeson, Frankie "Bonus" Jonas, Noah "Miley's sister" Cyrus, Tina Fey, and Matt Damon. Somewhat inspired by Hans Christian Anderson's "The Little Mermaid," "Ponyo" is about a fish that leaves the ocean to take a look at the human world. In a press conference reported on by SyFy, Miyazaki said...

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    cinemadaily | Amid Controversy, "Yasukuni" Comes to US

    Li Ying's "Yasukuni"—which ignited controversy in Japan where political groups sought to suppress the film—opened yesterday, August 12, at New York's Film Forum, set to coincide with the 64th anniversary of the end of WWII on August 15.

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