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    57th Oberhausen Shorts Fest to Feature 141 Films in Competition

    The Oberhausen International Short Film Festival is back for its 57th edition with 141 films from 40 different countries to screen across its various competitions. The festival received nearly 6,000 submissions from almost 100 countries this year. Those selected will compete for prizes worth a total...

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    Rooftop Films and Hot Docs Reteaming For Second Year

    Rooftop Films will return to the roofs of Toronto this May to continue their partnership with Hot Docs, North America's biggest documentary film festival. This year, they will be screening three films outdoors on the roof of the London Tap House in downtown Toronto.

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    Whole Foods and Silverdocs Go Green with Grant

    Whole Foods and Silverdocs want to give green filmmakers money. The supermarket chain and film festival have announced the launch of a $50, 000 film production and development grant for filmmakers who are dedicated on making environmentally conscious docs.

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    New York International Children's Film Festival Picks Winners

    The 2011 New York International Children's Film Festival named its awards winners, with two of the jury selections qualifying for next year's edition of the Academy Awards. "Aurelie Laflamme's Diary" from director Christian Laurence won the prize for Grand Prize Feature, while "Chalk" and "The Littl...

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    Michigan's Film Incentives Are Leaving. So Are Its Filmmakers.

    Michigan's generous film production tax credits appear to have been too good to be true. Now, the state's burgeoning film industry is losing its momentum and filmmakers are fleeing the state.

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    San Francisco International Film Festival Unveils 188 Films for 54th Annual Event

    The San Francisco International Film Festival revealed final details of its upcoming event. The 54th edition of the festival will include 188 films from 48 countries, including three world premieres, one international premiere, seven North American premieres and five U.S. premieres. As previously re...

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    Daily indieWIRE Clicks: "The Rum Diary" Locks Down a Release Date, Hole Reunites & More

    Today on indieWIRE Johnny Depp's latest gets a fall release date, Hole reunites (Courtney Love included!), eight April releases get hyped and more.

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    FilmDistrict Will Release Robinson's "Rum Diary" This October

    Bruce Robinson's Hunter S. Thompson adaptation "The Rum Diary" has finally found itself a release date. Starring Johnny Depp as Thompson, the GK Films and Infinitum Hill-produced film will hit U.S. theaters October 28th via FilmDistrict. Bob Berney, President of Theatrical Distribution at FilmDistri...

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    IFP and Power to the Pixel Join for 1st-Annual Cross-Media Forum NYC

    IFP and Power to the Pixel have joined forces for the first-annual Cross-Media Forum NYC, taking place on April 19 at the Film Society of Lincoln Center's Walter Reade Theater. The goal: "to bring together creative and industry from multiple platforms and act as the premiere incubator for cross-med...

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    SF Asian Film Fest Names 2011 Award Winners

    As the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival closed last week, the festival announced this year's jury and audience winners. At the conclusion of the fest, Festival Director Masashi Niwano said, "SFIAAFF has long been the nation's premiere showcase for Asian American and Asian fil...

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