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    Venice Film Festival Announces Official Lineup

    Though highly speculated earlier this week, the lineup for the 2011 Venice Film Festival was officially announced this morning. Joining previously announced opening and closing films "The Ides of March" (directed by George Clooney) and "Damsels in Distress" (directed by Whit Stillman) were a mostly ...

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    Emilio Estevez's "The Way" Heading To Theaters This October

    Emilio Estevez's film "The Way" is heading to AMC Theaters this October via a partnership between Estevez, Elixir Films, Producers Distribution Agency and ARC Entertainment. The film follows a well-to-do California opthamologist Tom (Martin Sheen) completes a pilgrimage started by his late son (Este...

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    Daily indieWIRE Clicks: Christine Vachon Speaks, First Look at Andrea Arnold's Latest and More

    Today on indieWIRE Christine Vachon doled out advice, an up and comer got put under the spotlight, Steve James shared an exclusive and much more.

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    Watch: See What Got Sundance All Riled Up in Trailer for Exploitation Shocker "The Woman"

    So you think Kevin Smith's Christian-skewering horror "Red State" was the flick to stir up the most controversy at this year's Sundance Film Festival? Think again.

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    ESPN Films Announces New Documentaries

    After the success of the Emmy-nominated and Peabody Award-winning ESPN documentary series "30 For 30," ESPN Films has announced the schedule for a new slate of sports documentaries covering a wide range of subject matter.

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    Watch: Has George Clooney the Director Returned to Form with "The Ides of March"?

    That George Clooney is at it again! Following his mildly received period sports comedy "Leatherheads," Clooney seems to be back in "Good Night, and Good Luck." mode with his Venice Film Festival opener "The Ides of March." The first trailer just dropped for the political thriller and from the looks ...

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    Tribeca Film Goes for Dennis Farina Drama "The Last Rites of Joe May"

    Tribeca Film has acquired North American rights to Joe Maggio's drama "The Last Rites of Joe May." The film, which centers on a hustler (Dennis Farina) and his road to redemption, world premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival earlier this year.

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    Daily indieWIRE Clicks: James Schamus, Kevin Smith & More

    Today on indieWIRE, James Schamus made a big reveal, Kevin Smith dropped the trailer for "Red State," Eric Kohn hated on "The Devil's Double" and much more.

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    indieWIRE's Online Video of the Day: LCD Soundsystem a la LEGO

    As fans mourn the end of LCD Soundsystem, the band is back (kind of) in a new video for "All My Friends." Michael J. Green, working on Adobe's Creative Suite and shooting on a Nikon D50 produced a shot-for-shot remake of the band's 2007 video for "All My Friends," in which a series of LEGO figures...

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    Indomina Takes Rights to In-Production Simon Pegg Film

    The Indomina Group, the US and Dominican Republic-based producer-distributor, has announced that it will be releasing Crispian Mills' feature debut "A Fantastic Fear of Everything," starring Simon Pegg. The film follows a children's writer turned crime novelist who gets sent into anxiety after doin...

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