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    New Trailer for "The Guard" Starring Don Cheadle: "There's a black man at the door!"

    The new trailer for Sony Pictures Classics' "The Guard" is unabashed in presenting the film's comedic portrait of casual Irish racism as "a perfect summer movie," per one review's pull quote that's featured in the montage.

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    Rights to "Shut Up Little Man!" Go to Tribeca Film

    U.S. rights to writer-director Matthew Bate's "Shut Up Little Man! An Audio Misadventure" have been picked up by Tribeca Film. The distribution wing of Tribeca Enterprises, the group plans to release the film nationwide on VOD beginning August 25 and theatrically with an expansion planned for Septem...

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    Four Projects to Root For: Sexy Central American Thriller, A Closer Look at Banksy Art Piece & More

    In this week's in-production column looks at the new project "Bump and Run," from first-time writer Stephen Schaller and up-and-coming French director Patrick Alessandrin, which is just now beginning pre-production. From Kickstarter, a film about a piece of equipment that became a Banksy art piece ...

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    Daily indieWIRE Clicks | Spielberg Porn, Communist Blockbuster, LGBT Love & More

    Today at indieWIRE, Eric Kohn caused a cyber raucous with his "Super 8" review, acquisitions heated up, and China announced the "Beginning of the Great Revival," their new blockbuster celebrating the 90th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party, obviously.

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    Rotterdam Bringing New Film Fest to Curaçao in 2012

    The International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) and the Fundashon Bon Intenshon have announced their partnership for a four-day film festival in Willemstad on the southern Caribbean island of Curaçao in 2012, under the name Curaçao IFFR . The festival, with about 20 films in total, will emphasize C...

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    Outfest Reveals 2011 Festival Line-up, Ones to Watch, and More

    Outfest's 29th Annual Gay & Lesbian Film Festival kicks off in L.A. on July 7th and runs until the 17th with 163 films (67 features and 96 shorts) from 25 countries, along with over a dozen panels and special events. "This year's line-up is one of the strongest in Outfest history and we're excited t...

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    Samuel Goldwyn Films To Bring Documentary Indictment of UN to US Screens

    Samuel Goldwyn Films has announced that it will bring to US theaters Ami Horowitz and Matthew Groff's doc, "UN Me," an indictment of the United Nations and its "inefficiency and corruption" at the heart of the transnational organization. The film is set to open September 23, 2011.

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    Selma Blair, Michael Cera, Kirsten Dunst & More on Tap for 17th Palm Springs Int'l Shortfest

    The Palm Springs International Shortfest unveiled touted a star-studded lineup for its upcoming 17th edition. Shorts featuring Selma Blair, Michael Cera, Jessica Chastain, Kirsten Dunst, Colin Firth, Tom Hardy, Keira Knightley, Melissa Leo, Amy Pascal, Joe Roth, Campbell Scott, Julia Stiles and othe...

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    "Once" is Heading for Off-Broadway, with Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova Writing Music and Lyrics

    Five years after John Carney's Irish musical "Once" took the American indie market by storm, grossing nearly $10 million (on a $200,000 budget) and taking home an Academy Award for best original song, a stage version of the film is officially heading to New York City.

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    NewFest Sets Opening, Closing and Gala Screenings For 23rd Edition

    The 23rd Annual New York Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Film Festival has set the films for their opening, closing and centerpiece screenings. NewFest will open on July 21st with David Weissman's documentary "We Were Here," a look back at the arrival and impact of AIDS in San Francisco. R...

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