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    Oprah's OWN Picks Up Sundance's "Miss Representation"

    OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network has announced that Sundance doc "Miss Representation" has been added to the OWN Documentary Club. Directed by Jennifer Siebel Newsom, the film is the 11th documentary acquisition for OWN.

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    Magnolia Nabs French Thriller "Point Blank"

    Magnolia Pictures has acquired North American rights to the Fred Cavaye's French thriller "Point Blank," from Gaumont, it was announced today.

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    "Cold Weather" Scavenger Hunt Finds a New Audience

    Stylish raindrop graphics dominate the poster for Aaron Katz's new film, "Cold Weather," which opened at IFC Center February 4. The one-sheet also served as an apt advertisement for the neighborhood's February 5 "Cold Weather" scavenger hunt, in which 130 people made their way through the Greenwich ...

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    Tribeca Film Likes "Janie Jones"

    David M. Rosenthal's "Janie Jones" has been picked up by Tribeca Film for a release this summer, it was announced today. A 2010 Toronto International Film Festival premiere, the "rock n' roll road trip drama" stars Abigail Breslin and Alessandro Nivola, and was inspired by writer-director Rosenthal'...

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    Strand Will Release Tom Tykwer's "Three"

    Strand Releasing has purchased all US rights to Tom Tykwer’s "Three" from Match Factory. The romantic drama, which will open the Kino series at the Museum of Modern Art in April, will receive a theatrical release in late summer.

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    "Gasland," "Fahrenheit" and "Crude" Under Fire: What's At Stake

    What happens when documentaries get political? People get mad. What happens when documentaries make money? People get greedy. indieWIRE offers its take on three documentary slugfests that have been throwing their punches in public and in the courts.

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    Focus and Universal will release "The Debt" for Miramax

    Espionage thriller "The Debt," directed by Oscar nominee John Madden ("Shakespeare in Love"), will be distributed for Miramax by Focus Features and Universal Pictures International.

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    Boulder Film Festival Locks Down Lineup, Franco & Stone

    The 7th annual Boulder International Film Festival unveiled its 54 film lineup, including the event's opener, Morgan Neville's musical documentary "Troubadours," which recently world premiered at Sundance.

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    5 Named to Film Independent's Annual Directors Lab

    Film Independent named five projects to participate in its 10th annual Directors Lab taking place in Los Angeles through the end of March. The Lab is an intensive nine-week program designed to assist directors with "strong, original voices" develop new narrative feature films, improve their craft, a...

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    Chicken & Egg Pictures Awards Environmentally Themed Grants

    Nine projects have been named as the recipients of the Chicken & Egg Pictures winter grants. Chicken & Egg Pictures is a hybrid film fund and non-profit production company specialized in supporting women filmmakers. These grants are the first to come from the Which Came First Fund, an open call seek...

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