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    "Of Gods and Men," "Ghost Writer" Lead Cesar Awards

    Xavier Beauvois' "Des hommes et des dieux" (Of Gods and Men) - which opens today in the United States - took the top prize at France's Cesar Awards, which were awarded tonight in Paris. The film beat Roman Polanski's "The Ghost Writer" for the top prize, though "Ghost" ended up taking home the most...

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    Korean American Film Festival Unveils Fifth Anniversary Lineup

    The Korean American Film Festival (KAFFNY) has released the lineup for its fifth anniversary showcase of feature-length and short films by Korean, Korean-American and international filmmakers.

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    Full Frame Announces 2011 Opening Night Film

    The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival announced it will open on Thursday, April 14 with the U.S. premiere of Julie Moggan's documentary "Guilty Pleasures."

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    Palm Beach Int'l FF Announces 2011 Opener, Closer, and Golden Palm Honoree

    The Palm Beach International Film Festival announced it will open with Tom McCarthy's "Win Win" and close with Justin Chadwick's British/Kenyan film "The First Grader."

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    Zeitgeist Films Nabs SXSW Doc "Something Ventured"

    Ahead of its world premiere at this year's SXSW, Zeitgeist Films has acquired distribution rights to "Something Ventured," directed by Dayna Goldfine and Dan Geller ("Ballets Russes"). The documentary takes a look at the early investors behind the techonology that created companies like Appel, Intel...

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    Lorber Goes for WWII Drama "KORKORO"

    Lorber Films have acquired U.S. rights to Tony Gatlif's WWII drama "KORKORO," starring Marie Josée Croze ("Tell No One") and Marc Lavoine ("The Good Thief"). Based on historical events, the film tracks a tribe of Gypsies rounded up by the Germans during the war in France. Lorber plans to theatricall...

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    Updated: After A Year in Limbo, Gen Art Will Return in 2011

    Updated 6:00pm EST: In another possible sign that the economic shakedown at festivals is on the mend, Gen Art said it has been acquired by Sandow Media and will hold its festival in New York in June. Just last May, Gen Art, the organization that produced 15 years of the Gen Art Film Festival in the ...

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    Ted Hope Joins the indieWIRE Blog Network

    Award-winning independent producer Ted Hope has joined the indieWIRE blog network.

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    Palisades Tartan Nabs "Some Days" Ahead of ND/NF Screening

    Ahead of its screening at New Directors/New Films, Palisades Tartan has secured distribution rights to Matt McCormick's debut feature "Some Days Are Better Than Others," starring musicians James Mercer from The Shins and Carrie Brownstein, the vocalist behind Wild Flag. The film is slated to open th...

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    Amazon Offers 5000 Streaming Movies & TV Shows Free to Prime Members

    In a deal that will escalate the streaming video wars, Amazon Prime members now have free access to more than 5,000 streaming films and TV shows.

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