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    Shorts Take Opening Night Ann Arbor Spotlight

    A dozen short films, including Don Hertzfeldt's "I Am So Proud of You," Sam Green's "Clear Glasses" and Danny Plotnick's "Out of Print" will screen as the opening gala of the 47th Ann Arbor Film Festival, taking place March 24 - 29. The event's roster includes 33 screenings of 125 competition films ...

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    MPAA Budget Takes Hit

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    Woody "Works" For Tribeca

    "A lovely idea of showing my film in a film festival in my own city," Woody Allen said in a statement regarding the announcement that his "Whatever Works" will have its world premiere as the opening night film of the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival. "It's very exciting."

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    "Munyurangabo" For Film Movement

    Lee Isaac Chung's "Munyurangabo" has been acquired for North American release by Film Movement, it was announced today. Directed by first-time American filmmaker Chung, "Munyurangabo" explores the lives, adventures and travails of two Rwandan teenagers. It is the first narrative feature shot in the...

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    Cinefondation Chooses Residents

    La Residence de la Cinefondation, associated with the Cannes Film Festival, will hold its 18th session from March 1-July 15, 2009 with 6 new candidates for a programme "which helps young filmmakers write a screenplay and prepare for the production of their first or second feature film."

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    Weekend Estimates: "Crossing" Opens, "Slumdog" Has Its Best Weekend

    Wayne Kramer's poorly reviewed immigration drama, "Crossing Over," topped the iW BOT this weekend, according to estimates provided by Rentrak. The Weinstein Company release, which stars Harrison Ford and Ashley Judd, grossed $75,590 on 9 screens for a per-theater-average of $8,399.

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    Ang Lee To Head Venice Jury

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    Peter Scarlet Resigns From Tribeca Film Festival

    Tribeca Film Festival today announced that Peter Scarlet has stepped down from his position as Artistic Director of the Festival, effective immediately.

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