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    Strand Releasing Goes for Gallic Comedy "Service Entrance"

    Fresh off its North American premiere at Rendezvous with French Cinema in New York, Strand Releasing nabbed Philippe Le Guay's Gallic comedy "Service Entrance" for U.S. distribution.

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    Sundance Selects Takes SXSW's Breakout Gay Romance "Weekend"

    Andrew Haigh's "Weekend," one of the most talked about films at the SXSW Film Festival (and winner of the audience award in the Emerging Visions program), has been acquired for North American release by Sundance Selects. Additionally, Sundance Selects picked up broadcast and digital rights in France...

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    2011 Nashville Film Festival Announces Opening and Closing Films

    The 2011 Nashville Film Festival will open with the Southeastern U.S. Premiere of Shane Dax Taylor's "Bloodworth," an adaptation of W. Earl Brown's novel "Provinces of Night," and close with Azazel Jacobs' "Terri."

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    SXSW '11 | Jodie Foster Brings Long-Awaited "Beaver" to Austin

    Introducing the "The Beaver" March 16 at Austin's Paramount Theater, director Jodie Foster took a moment to prepare the audience: "It's not a comedy!"

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    Women Make Movies Partners with Sarasota Film Festival

    Distribution company Women Make Movies has partnered up with the Sarasota Film Festival for the first-ever Side By Side Symposium, a mentoring program for female filmmakers, to coincide with the 12th annual 'Through Women's Eyes' program, taking place from April 8 - 17.

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    L.A. Comedy Shorts Fest Locks Down 3rd Lineup

    The third annual L.A. Comedy Shorts Film Festival has locked down their program for the four-day event. The lineup features 85 shorts from around the world, programmed into screening blocks with names like 'Shut Your Wormhole,' 'Mo Money, Mo' and 'Boys, Toys and Goys.'

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    SXSW '11 | "Borat" Gets Religion: An Interview With "Kumare" Director Vikram Gandhi

    In "Kumaré," director Vikram Gandhi plays the titular character, a guru from a fictional village in India who travels to Arizona to spread the gospel of his own brand of yoga that includes a special "blue light" ritual that doesn't exist beyond Gandhi's creati...

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    Indomina Inks Distribution Deal with Vivendi Entertainment

    Indomina Releasing has partnered up with Vivendi Entertainment for a multi-year distribution deal that spans home video, digital, internet, television, VOD and mobile platforms. The output deal covers U.S. and Canadian distribution of all Indomina Releasing titles through 2014.

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    SXSW '11 | Miranda July Says YouTube is a Form of Depression (and Other iW Talks Highlights)

    indieWIRE is hosting a series of talks on the Next Stage inside the SXSW trade show at the Austin Convention Center. Here's the highlights from Tuesday, February 15.

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    "Natural Selection" & "Dragonslayer" Win Top SXSW Film Fest Honors

    Robbie Pickering's "Natural Selection" won the Narrative Feature Competition, while Tristan Patterson's "Dragonslayer" took the Documentary Feature Competition prize tonight at the 2011 SXSW Film Festival Awards in Austin, Texas. "Natural Selection" also picked up other prizes tonight, including Bre...

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