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    Thessaloniki Festival Announces Four Competitors

    Thessaloniki Festival Announces Four Competitors

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    Comedy Fest Combines "Killer Condoms" and "Pippi Longstocking"

    Comedy Fest Combines "Killer Condoms" and "Pippi Longstocking"

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    Women Take Top Austin Script Prizes, Other Winners Announced

    Women Take Top Austin Script Prizes, Other Winners Announced; Hardbody Doc Near Deal

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    Hamptons '97: The final word

    Hamptons '97: The final word

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    Shorts International Fest Long on Selections

    Shorts International Fest Long on Selections

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    Aspen Wraps; Presents Audience Awards To Moore, Rudolph

    Aspen Wraps; Presents Audience Awards To Moore, Rudolph by Mark Rabinowitz/indieWIRE The 19th annual Aspen Filmfest wrapped up on Monday, September 29th with the presentation of the fest's audience awards. The documentary award went to Michael Moore's "The Big One," while Alan Rudolph's "Afterglow," which opened the fest, took home the feature award. Moore's film leads the director (and star) across the country, exploring the economic reality behind the so-called economic recovery of the United States, while Rudolph's ("The Moderns") film is a romantic comedy/drama starring Nick Nolte and Julie Christie. Both awards were sponsored by The Asp...

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    Austin Film Festival 1997: The Kickoff

    Austin Film Festival 1997: The Kickoff by Eugene Hernandez Autumn in Austin is clearly nothing like autumn in Manhattan. Leaving the big city on a cloudy 50 degree morning and arriving in Texas on a sultry mid-90 degree afternoon is quite a shock to the system. And so is Austin -- a small town big enough for two different film festivals, South by Southwest in the Spring, and the Austin Film Festival & Heart of Film Screenwriters Conference in the Fall -- two uniquely separate events run by to uniquely separate organizations (but that's another story). Wednesday night, on the eve of the Austin fest and conference, the film community h...

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    NYFF On The Scene: "Public Housing" in "Washington Square"

    NYFF On The Scene: "Public Housing" in "Washington Square" by Andrea Meyer Fred Wiseman has made thirty films in thirty years. His unique method involves dropping a camera in the midst of a location -- a group of people, a situation -- and simply observing. The result is a complex portrait of its subject matter, be it "High School," "Central Park," or in his most recent film "Public Housing," a unflinching look at the various tenants living in the Ida B. Wells Housing Development in Chicago. "Public Housing" poses questions that it does not purport to answer. The film keeps its slow and careful eye focused on the various stories that compr...

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    Cine-World Lines Up Close To 50 Films

    Cine-World Lines Up Close To 50 Films by indieWIRE The Sarasota Film Society announced the preliminary line up for the 1997 Cine- World Film Festival. Scheduled to take place October 31-November 9, the festival plans to exhibit between 45-50 films. Highlights of this year's festival are; "Will It Snow For Christmas?," which is also opening this month's Hamptons International Film Festival, "Telling Lies In America," directed by D. Guy Ferland and based on a screenplay by Joe Esterhas, and Kirby Dick's "Sick: The Life And Death Of Bob Flanagan." Also included are several films that are making their way along the fall festival circuit; Alain...

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    Cine-World Lines Up Close To 50 Films

    Cine-World Lines Up Close To 50 Films by indieWIRE The Sarasota Film Society announced the preliminary line up for the 1997 Cine- World Film Festival. Scheduled to take place October 31-November 9, the festival plans to exhibit between 45-50 films. Highlights of this year's festival are; "Will It Snow For Christmas?," which is also opening this month's Hamptons International Film Festival, "Telling Lies In America," directed by D. Guy Ferland and based on a screenplay by Joe Esterhas, and Kirby Dick's "Sick: The Life And Death Of Bob Flanagan." Also included are several films that are making their way along the fall festival circuit; Alain...

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