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    Watch: Plain Scary Trailer for Buzzed About Indie Horror "Grave Encounters"

    Horror geeks, get your fix and behold the just-released trailer for the hyped indie spook pic "Grave Encounters."

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    Watch: Raucous Trailer for Festival Staple "Shut Up Little Man!"

    Matthew Bate's raucous documentary "Shut Up Little Man!," has been making the festival rounds since premiering at Sundance this year and begins hitting theaters starting August 26, courtesy of Tribeca Film. For those who didn't get to catch it at True/False, New Directors/New Films, or the countless...

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    Red Flag Rides "The Green Wave" Stateside

    Rights to writer/director Ali Samadi Ahadi's "The Green Wave" have been picked up by Red Flag Releasing, the company said Wednesday. The film, which screened at the Washington DC International Film Festival, the Seattle International Film Festival and the Human Rights Watch Film Festival will have a...

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    Daily indieWIRE Clicks: More Toronto Titles, Todd Solondz Exclusive, Morgan Spurlock & More

    Today on indieWIRE TIFF announced more titles on its massive lineup, Todd Solondz shared the poster from his new flick, Morgan Spurlock and Hulu teamed up and much more.

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    Manhattan Film Fest Winners: "White Irish Drinkers," "The Three Way," "Wedding Party," "Fordson"

    The Manhattan Film Festival, which ran July 23 - 31 and showcased 132 films, announced their winners, with John Gray's "White Irish Drinkers" taking Best Feature Drama, Julian Renner's "The Three Way" winning Best Feature Comedy, and Amanda Jane's "The Wedding Party" receiving the Best International...

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    Watch: Intriguing Trailer for Sundance Award-Winning Doc "Resurrect Dead"

    One of the strangest and most intriguing documentaries to premiere at Sundance this year, Jon Foy's "Resurrect Dead: The Mystery of the Toynbee Tiles," dropped its trailer today and it looks mighty promising.

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    Content Film Acquires International Sales Rights to Nick Broomfield's Sarah Palin Doc

    With today's announcement that the Toronto International Film Festival will premiere Nick Broomfield's latest documentary, "Sarah Palin: You Betcha!," in their Reel to Real section, Content Film has acquired international sales rights to the hot-button film. Channel 4 has the documentary's UK TV rig...

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    Berlinale & San Sebastian Fest Collaborate for "Culinary Zinema" Gastronomy Section

    The Berlin and San Sebastian International Film Festivals and the Basque Culinary Center have unveiled the San Sebastian Fest’s new section, “Culinary Zinema”, a nod to Berlin's "Culinary Cinema" section. The two fests will collaborate on a number of gastronomy-related activities. SSIFF director José Luis Rebordinos said; “For years we have admired the work of the Berlinale in this field with its Culinary Cinema section. That’s why, now, when we’ve decided to create our own section on cinema and gastronomy, we’ve come to the conclusion that the best way to do it is by working together with one of the biggest festivals in the world, the Berlin...

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    Exclusive: Here's the Gently Creepy Poster for Todd Solondz's "Dark Horse"

    Todd Solondz and his "Happiness" producer, Ted Hope, reteamed for Solondz's latest, "Dark Horse," which will premiere at the Venice International Film Festival. And while it's hard to top the iconic Daniel Clowes' comic-book portraits that advertised their 1998 f...

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    Academy Re-Elects Tom Sherak as President & Votes to Award Oprah Winfrey & James Earl Jones

    Tom Sherak, a marketing, distribution and production executive who's served as a partner at Revolution Studios and chairman of Twentieth Century Fox, was re-elected president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences by the organization's Board of Governors, it was announced last night by t...

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