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    Meet the Newest Member of the iW Blog Network: Shadow and Act

    I'm proud to announce our newest addition to the indieWIRE blog network: Shadow and Act.

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    Nine Films to Compete for Cannes Shorts Palme d'Or

    The Festival de Cannes unveiled nine short films that will compete for its short film Palme d'Or on closing night May 22nd. The section is composed of unreleased work, that the festival pointed out, has resulted in the discovery of a number of auteur directors including Jane Campion and Xavier Giann...

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    Bloomberg: Cuban "Testing Waters" to Sell Magnolia & Landmark Theatres

    Mark Cuban has put both Magnolia Pictures and Landmark Theatres on the market, saying he's "just testing the waters," according to an article by Andy Fixmer and Jon Erlichman in Bloomberg today.

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    Elephant Eye Takes World Rights to "Youth"

    Worldwide rights to Argyris Papadimitropulos and Jan Vogel's "Wasted Youth" have been picked up by Elephant Eye Films. Both US and international rights distribution rights are available and will be shepherded by the Head of Distribution and Sales, Demetri Makoulis, Elephant Eye’s newest member of th...

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    IFC Midnight Nabs "The Shrine"

    IFC Midnight has acquired U.S. rights to Jon Knautz' "The Shrine," winner of Best Canadian Feature at the 2010 Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal. The thriller follows a group of journalists on the hunt for the reason behind a young American backpacker's disappearance in Europe.

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    Daily indieWIRE Clicks: Cannes News, Tribeca Picks, Home Picks & More

    Today on indieWIRE a ton of Cannes news broke, Durham got some love and Tribeca got hyped ahead of its kick-off tomorrow.

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    Cannes Sets Thurman, Law, To and Assayas to Join DeNiro On Jury

    Uma Thurman, Jude Law, Olivier Assayas and Johnny To are among those joining Robert DeNiro on the Competition Jury of the 2011 Cannes Film Festival, it was announced today. The complete list is below.

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    IFP and Lincoln Center Team Up For Revamped Independent Film Week

    Independent Film Project (IFP) and the Film Society of Lincoln Center have announced a new collaboration for 2011 Independent Film Week. It will be marked by a relocation of the event to Film Society of Lincoln Center's Elinor Bunin Monroe Film Center and with joint programming during the New York F...

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    iW Daily Recap | 4 Stories Not to Miss for Tuesday

    indieWIRE Recaps is a daily column that curates indie news and stories from around the film world. If you’d like to suggest an article, you can find us at editors@indiewire.com

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    Meet the 2011 Tribeca Filmmakers | "Flowers of Evil" Director David Dusa

    Paris-Tehran. Forced to leave Tehran after the controversial elections in 2009, 24-year-old Anahita desperately relies on her laptop and smartphone to stay connected to the friends shaping the revolutionary movement in her homeland. Captivated by Anahita's urgency and sense of purpose, Rachid—a youn...

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