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    The Guardian: Who's Who in the Cannes '06 Competition

    From Almodovar to Linklater, Ken Loach to Sofia Coppola, Guillermo del Toro, Nicole Garcia and Aki Kaurismaki and more, The Guardian profiles the directors in the running for this year's Cannes Film Festival's coveted Palme d'Or.

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    CANNES '06: Line up Set for 38th Directors' Fortnight

    Since 1969, the French Directors Guild has programmed a selection of films in Cannes from around the world, known as the Directors' Fortnight that is independent from the Cannes Official Selection. The line up includes both established new talent as well as filmmakers who are little known in the West. The 38th edition of the Directors Fortnight will take place May 18 - 28 and includes 22 features of which four are purely U.S. titles, including Julian Goldberger's 2006 Sundance Film Festival competition feature, "The Hawk is Dying." Eight films will screen in Directors' Fortnight's shorts line up with American director Carter Smith's Sundance ...

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    indieLOOP: Billy Corben's "Cocaine Cowboys"

    During the Tribeca Film Festival, indieWIRE's new online social network/community site, indieLOOP is hosting two discussion groups: Tribeca Film Festival '06 Filmmakers, where we have invited directors from this year's program to post in a group journal about their experience at the festival; and Tribeca Film Festival, where we encourage festival goers to discuss what movies they've seen, parties they've been attending, and who've they've been meeting. In today's Filmmakers journal, Director Billy Corben talks about the world premiere of his documentary "Cocaine Cowboys": "The theater was PACKED! There was a mad scramble for seats and people ...

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    Cannes Fest Adds to Lineup

    Cannes Film Festival organizers announced Thursday that Israeli filmmaker Adrian Caetano's "Cronica de Una Fuga" has been added to the festival's competition section, moved over from the Un Certain Regard section, meanwhile Murali K. Thalluri's first film, "Two Thirty 7" has been added to the Un Cer...

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    CANNES '06: Lineup Set for 45th International Critics' Week Section

    Each year seven features and seven shorts are selected for the 45th annual International Critics' Week sidebar to the official selection at the Festival de Cannes. Focusing on first and second features, this year's lineup (running May 18 - 26 in Cannes) includes a particularly heavy focus on Latin A...

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    From here to Iberia, the San Francisco International Film Festival

    Heroic firefighters, the eeriest simian costumes since "Planet of the Apes," a "Baywatch" star-as-activist, fierce flamenco dancers, and a rushing tide of watermelon juice: Welcome to the first four days of the 49th annual San Francisco International Film Festival.

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    Sundance Institute Selects 14 Projects for 2006 June Directing/Screenwriting Labs

    Fourteen projects have been selected for the Sundance Institute's June Director's and Screenwriters Labs, taking place at the Sundance Resort in Utah from May 29 - June 29, 2006. Nine directing fellows have been chosen to work with advisors on their work, while the six writers will join the director...

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    CANNES '06: Previewing The 59th Festival de Cannes, 61 Films From Some 30 Countries

    With just under a month before the 59th Festival de Cannes kicks off in the South of France, organizers unveiled the anticipated lineup for the annual event, a high point on the festival calendar and a leading marketplace for new films. Offering a total 61 films from some 30 countries that will screen in this year's Official Selection, the 2006 edition includes 48 world premieres with 19 competition films from 13 countries. Eight titles are in the official selection coming from first-time feature-length filmmakers. As previously announced, Ron Howard's world premiere of "The Da Vinci Code" will open the festival May 17th and Algerian/French d...

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    Lineup Unveiled for 59th Festival de Cannes

    In France this morning, the lineup was announced for the upcoming Festival de Cannes (May 17 - 28, 2006). The event will open with Ron Howard's Hollywood studio film "The Da Vinci Code" from Ron Howard, and close with Tony Gatlif's "Transylvania." Nineteen films will screen in competition and a smal...

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    Buzzing About the Upcoming Al Gore Doc

    Davis Guggenheim's "An Inconvenient Truth," featuring Al Gore and his struggle to raise awareness about global warming, is getting more and more buzz. (It debuted at Sundance this year and was subsequently acquired by Paramount's unnamed specialty division). The film is expected to be on the list of...

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