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    NYFF '99 REVIEW: "Dogma" Delivers Comic Powerhouse in Catholic, Corporate Context

    NYFF '99 REVIEW: "Dogma" Delivers Comic Powerhouse in Catholic, Corporate Context

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    NYFF REVIEW: Brave "Being John Malkovich" Boasts Clever Celeb Fable

    NYFF REVIEW: Brave "Being John Malkovich" Boasts Clever Celeb Fable

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    NYFF '99: Smith Unveils "Dogma" and Discusses Exploration of Faith; Hundreds Protest

    NYFF '99 ON THE SCENE: Smith Unveils "Dogma" and Discusses Exploration of Faith; Hundreds Protest

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    NYFF ON THE SCENE: Being Spike Jonze and His Reluctant Celebrity

    NYFF ON THE SCENE: Being Spike Jonze and His Reluctant Celebrity

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    FESTIVALS: Mirvish Goes to Chile-- The Santiago International Short Film Festival

    FESTIVALS: Mirvish Goes to Chile-- The Santiago International Short Film Festival

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    NYFF REVIEW: Rough, Tough, and Indelible "Rosetta"

    NYFF REVIEW: Rough, Tough, and Indelible "Rosetta"

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    NYFF REVIEW: Comedic "Topsy-Turvy" Delivers Top-Notch Performances

    NYFF REVIEW: Comedic "Topsy-Turvy" Delivers Top-Notch Performances

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    DAILY NEWS: Sundance Hoping for Digital Projection at 2000 Festival; Event Sees Drop in Early Submis

    DAILY NEWS: Sundance Hoping for Digital Projection at 2000 Festival; Event Sees Drop in Early Submissions

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    NYFF REVIEW: Kaurism

    NYFF REVIEW: Kaurism

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    NYFF '99: Famed Brit director Mike Leigh Subverts the Period Piece with "Topsy-Turvy"

    NYFF '99: Famed Brit director Mike Leigh Subverts the Period Piece with "Topsy-Turvy"

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