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    "Invisible Waves" to Headline Bangkok Film Fest

    The Bangkok International Film Festival recently released the lineup for its 2006 edition, with Pen-Ek Ratanaruang's "Invisible Waves" opening the festival on Friday, February 17, in Bangkok, Thailand. Over 150 films will screen through the close of the festival on February 27. Described by the fest...

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    "Palais Royal!" to Open Rendez-Vous with French Cinema

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center has announced the lineup for its 2006 Rendez-Vous with French Cinema film series. Fifteen films by 15 French directors will screen from March 10 through March 19.

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    "Tsotsi," "Rolling Family," "Look Both Ways," "My Nikifor" Kick Off Portland Film Fest

    The Northwest Film Center is set to kick off the 29th Portland International Film Festival this Friday, February 10. A slate of 150 films is planned for the festival, including four screening on opening night. The festival, which bills itself as Oregon's biggest film event of the year, runs through ...

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    DISPATCH FROM ROTTERDAM: In 23rd Year, Cinemart Focuses on Slice of Life, Family Drama Co-Production

    One integral and oft imitated part of the Rotterdam Film Festival experience is Cinemart, their highly successful international co-production market. Having just completed its 23rd year, Cinemart was founded by IFFR director Sandra den Hamer in 1983, and is now run by Marit van den Elshout and Bianc...

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    SXSW Film Festival Unveils Line Up; "Prairie" and "Dreamz" Bookend Event

    The South by Southwest Film Festival (SXSW) has unveiled its full lineup, including 50 world premieres and 115 features slated for this year's event taking place March 10 - 18. As previously announced, SXSW will open with the North American premiere of Robert Altman's "A Prairie Home Companion," an ...

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    DISPATCH FROM ROTTERDAM: Looking Into The Darkness at the 35th IFFR

    There's something for everyone at the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) although as one festival-goer put it, the fest does tend towards the "dark side." In fact, it took me until almost a week in before I found a film that had me feeling uplifted at the finish. That's not to say dark fil...

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    PARK CITY '06: "Half Nelson" Dominates Survey of Sundance 06 Critics and Journalists

    Ryan Fleck's "Half Nelson" -- and its stars -- topped indieWIRE's first poll of critics and journalists who covered the Sundance Film Festival. The film, which debuted last month in the dramatic Independent Film Competition at Sundance '06, was the overwhelming favorite among a group of 50 members o...

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    Hillcoat's "The Proposition" and Takashi's "Great Yokai War" Bookend San Francisco Independent Film

    Thirteen world premieres are slated for the 8th annual San Francisco Independent Film Festival (IndieFest), which opened Thursday night with director John Hillcoat's "The Proposition." The festival will screen over 100 films and videos through February 14.

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    Production Report: "The Desealer", "Dirty Hands", "Have You Seen Andy?", "The Insurgents", "Sanctifi

    [EDITOR'S NOTE: indieWIRE's monthly production report looks at independent films in various stages of production. If you'd like to tell us about a film in production for future columns, please contact us.]

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    Lars von Trier Chats with New York Audiences (Virtually Speaking)

    "I'm kind of in New York. I never thought it would happen!" Lars von Trier told audiences on Sunday at the IFC Center during an "iQ&A" following a screening of his latest film, "Manderlay". No, the auteur (who famously makes films that criticize America without ever having stepped foot in the country) didn't actually visit Yankee shores, but instead interacted with U.S. audiences using the next best thing: video conferencing made possible by Apple's iChat software. During a half hour discussion with critics and fans, von Trier reflected on his career and responded to questions in a relaxed, self-deprecating, and witty tone, with only a sligh...

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