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    Summer Box Office Report: Women Rule The Art Houses

    Over in Hollywood, it was a hit-and-miss summer when it came to women. Female audiences flocked to "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse," "Eat, Pray, Love," and "Sex and the City 2." But what about female filmmakers? All three of the noted films were directed by men, as was each and every summer Hollywood ...

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    150 Films, Reeves, Beresford & Berney Set for 11th Woodstock Fest

    Some 150 films are on tap for the 11th Woodstock Film Festival, with the New York premiere of John Curran's "Stone" set to close the event taking place September 29 - October 3 in the Upstate New York towns of Woodstock and neighboring Rhinebeck, Rosendale, Mt. Tremper, and Kingston in the Hudson Va...

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    French Filmmaker Alain Corneau Passes

    French newspaper La Monde is reporting that director Alain Corneau has passed away of cancer at the age of 67.

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    Box Office: "Mesrine" Starts Strong For Music Box; "Low" Gets Going In Expansion

    While "The Last Exorcism" and "Takers" battled it out for the final weekend crown of Hollywood's summer, Jean-François Richet's "Mesrine: Killer Instinct" was easily the top specialty debut, at least among those reporting estimates to Rentrak earlier today.

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    Fantastic Fest Adds 16 Including U.S. Debut of "Stone"

    Austin's Fantastic Fest has added 16 films to its lineup, with the U.S. premiere of John Curran's "Stone" joining this year's fest, taking place September 23 - 30. The latest batch include what the fest teased as a "bayou-dwelling psycho-killer, a disturbed housemaid, Muay Thai bone-crushers, blood-...

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    "Phillip Morris" is (Finally) Coming Home

    Originally screened at the Sundance Film Festival back in 2009, Glenn Ficarra and John Requa's (co-writers of "Bad Santa") long delayed "I Love You Phillip Morris," will finally make its way to North American theaters this winter through Roadside Attractions and Liddell Entertainment, who are also b...

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    Keira Knightley Starrer "Last Night" to Open Rome Fest

    Massy Tadjedin's directorial debut, "Last Night," starring Keira Knightley, will open the upcoming Rome Film Festival (IRFF), which kicks off on October 28 and runs to November 5. The romantic thriller, which co-stars French hearthrob Guillaume Canet, Sam Worthington and Eva Mendes, will close this ...

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    "Habana Eva" Comes Out On Top at Los Angeles Latino Film Festival

    Fina Torres' "Habana Eva" was last night's big winner at the closing night awards ceremony for the 14th edition of the Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival (LALIFF). The film took home the Rita Award for Best Feature Film, while Tatiana Gaviola's "Teresa" went on to receive an honorable me...

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    "Biutiful" Lands a U.S. Home at Roadside Attractions and Liddell Entertainment

    Following its divisive world premiere at Cannes, Alejandro González Iñárritu’s follow up to "Babel," "Biutiful," starring Javier Bardem, has been acquired for U.S. distribution by Roadside Attractions and Liddell Entertainment. Bardem collected the Best Actor Award at Cannes for the film earlier thi...

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    "Five Elephants" Stampede to Cinema Guild

    U.S. rights to Vadim Jendreyko's "The Woman with the Five Elephants" has been picked up by Cinema Guild. Ryan Krivoshey of The Cinema Guild negotiated the pact for the film with Susanna Guggenberger of Mira Film and Patrick Sibourd of Nour Films. "Elephants," which won the Sterling Award for a World...

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