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    Lars von Trier Plans to Go Hardcore (and Softcore) with "Nymphomaniac"

    Maybe the Cannes debacle mellowed Lars von Trier, after all.

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    indieWIRE's Weekend Recap: Here Are Seven Stories You May Have Missed

    In case you were away from your computer this weekend, here's a tidy package of our weekend coverage that includes box-office reports, an interview, news from the set of "The Dark Night Rises" and more.

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    Box Office: Miranda July's "The Future" Leads Strong Batch of Indie Openers (UPDATED)

    A parade of new specialty releases debuted this weekend, and with a lot of good news resulting. According to estimates provided by Rentrak earlier today, Miranda July's "The Future" led the pack, grossing a fantastic $28,185 from its exclusive debut at New York's IFC Center. The main evening shows ...

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    iPOP | This Week on the Scene: NewFest Closes, Premieres & More!

    This week was a busy one on iPOP. From festival events to glitzy premieres, the film world's party scene was in full swing and showed no signs of slowing down despite the dog days of summer.

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    Christina Kounelias Named the First Chief Marketing Officer for the Motion Picture Academy

    Former New Line Cinema Executive Vice President of Marketing, Christina Kounelias, has been named to the newly created post of Chief Marketing Officer for the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences. In this new position, Kounelias will oversee all planning, strategy and marketing execution of ...

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    Weekly indieWIRE Clicks: The Best News, Reviews & Features

    This week on indieWIRE a slew of new releases got graded, Toronto announced some of its early titles, Dominic Cooper talked his double turn in "The Devil's Double" and much more.

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    Roman Polanski's "Carnage" to Open 49th New York Film Festival

    The North American premiere of Roman Polanski's latest film, "Carnage," will open the 49th New York Film Festival September 30th, the Film Society of Lincoln Center, which produces the anticipated annual event, said Friday.

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    Monterey Media Gets Lance Kawas' "Restitution"; Plans Fall 2011 Release

    Monterey Media has acquired North American rights to writer-director Lance Kawas' "Restitution," starring Mena Suvari, Tom Arnold, C. Thomas Howell, Willian Sadler and Mark Bierlein. Monterey plans a limited release in September/October 2011. Here's the synopses for this revenge action-thriller:

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    iW's Online Video of the Day: Jon Stewart Rips GOP for Screening "The Town"

    You've probably heard something about this story by now. In an effort to get Tea Party representatives behind John Boehner's debt plan, House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy did something pretty bizarre. He screened a short clip from the 2010 film "The Town," in which Ben Affleck asks Jeremy Renner to ...

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    NewFest 2011 Crowns Winners "Circumstance," "Gone," "Tomboy" Star Zoé Héran

    New York's NewFest, in its 23rd year, came to a close last night with the announcement of its winners prior to their closing night screening of "Gun Hill Road." Of over 50 films, winners included Maryam Keshavrz's "Circumstance" (Best Film - Narrative Feature), John and Gretchen Morning's "Gone" (Be...

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