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    "Matraga" Wins Big at Rio International Film Festival

    Over 300 films screened at this year's thirteen-day-long Rio International Film Festival, concluding today with 22 awards in the Brazilian city.

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    Wim Wenders' "Pina" Among Nominees for European Film Awards' Best Documentary

    The 24th European Film Academy has announced the three documentary nominees for this year's European Film Awards. The ceremony will take place December 3 in Berlin.

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    Magnolia to Drive Michael Cuesta's "Roadie" to U.S.

    U.S. rights to Michael Cuesta's "Roadie" have been picked up by Magnolia Pictures, the company said Tuesday. The drama will open via its VOD platforms December 2nd, followed by a theatrical release January 6, 2012.

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    AFI FEST 2011 Announces Centerpiece Galas and Special Screenings

    The American Film Institute today announced its Centerpiece Galas and Special Screenings for the 25th edition of AFI FEST 2011.

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    Rocket Releasing and Big Air Studios Acquire Latest from "Saw 2, 3, 4" Director

    Rocket Releasing and Big Air Studios have acquired North American distribution rights to Darren Bousman's ("Saw II," "Saw III," "Saw IV") "11-11-11." The horror film "tells the story of a writer haunted by a series of events surrounding the impending date of 11-11-11.

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    Millenium Entertainment Appoints Tristen Tuckfield To Director of Acquisitions

    Bill Lee, CEO of Millennium Entertainment, today announced that the company has hired Tristen Tuckfield, formerly manager of acquisitions and development for Samuel Goldwyn Films, as its new director of acquisitions.

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    34th Mill Valley Film Festival Wraps Up

    Mill Valley may sit just north of San Francisco in Marin County, but its annual film festival proves once again that it's not too far from Hollywood. The 34th Mill Valley Film Festival closed Sunday after eleven days of screenings and appearances from international stars. The event opened with two f...

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    Now What? NYFF Chairman Richard Peña Looks Forward and Back as He Enters His Final Year

    On Monday, less than 24 hours after the conclusion of the 49th edition of the New York Film Festival, Richard Peña sat in the conference room at the Film Society of Lincoln Center and considered his past and his future.

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    Box Office: Pedro Almodovar's "Skin I Live In" Scores Strong Limited Debut (UPDATED)

    Pedro Almodovar's "The Skin I Live In" debuted to exceptionally strong numbers this weekend, according to estimates. On 6 screens, the Sony Pictures Classics release managed a $230,979 gross and a $38,497 average. That gave it the best per-theater-average since May's "The Tree of Life," and the fo...

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    Denver Film Festival Sets Galas and Competition for 34th Event

    Drake Doremus' "Like Crazy" will open the 34th Starz Denver Film Festival, slated for November 2 - 13. Also on tap is Alexander Payne's "The Descendants," which had its premiere Sunday night at the close of the New York Film Festival. "Descendants" will screen in Denver as the festival's Centerpiece...

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