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    Lorber Films to Release Two for Cinephiles

    The films "American Grindhouse" and "Nightmares in Red, White, and Blue," profiles of two film genres in America (exploitation and horror, respectively), will get a theatrical release in the U.S. and Canada through Lorber Films. The company plans to release "American Grindhouse" to more fests, thea...

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    Strand to Open "The Purple Sea" Stateside

    After a summer screening schedule that includes all of the big stops on the U.S. LGBT film festival circuit, Strand Releasing will take Donatella Maiorca’s Italian lesbian period piece "The Purple Sea" to theaters in late fall. Strand picked up all U.S. rights to the film, which will screen at New ...

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    Lorber Films Finds "Genius Within"

    U.S. theatrical, DVD, digital, and educational rights for Michèle Hozer and Peter Raymont's music doc "Genius Within: The Inner Life of Glenn Gould" have been acquired by Lorber Films. The film will open theatrically in September at New York's Lincoln Plaza Cinemas, with DVD and VOD distribution to...

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    Outfest Lets 2010 Lineup Out of the Closet

    J.B. Ghuman, Jr.'s gender-bending high school dance comedy "Spork" will join previously announced opening night film "Howl" in bookending Outfest 2010: The 28th Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. In addition to "Spork" as the fest's closing night film, Outfest has just revealed two other g...

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    Oscilloscope to Lunch with "Burroughs" This Fall

    Oscilloscope has picked up North American rights to Yony Leyser's doc "William S. Burroughs: A Man Within." The 2010 Slamdance Film Festival debut is a portrait of the Beat figure featuring never-before-seen archival footage of the author of Naked Lunch. Oscilloscope will release the film theatrical...

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    Strand Picks Up Cannes Sleazy Lawyer Thriller "Carancho"

    U.S. rights to Pablo Trapero's Cannes Un Certain Regard film, "Carancho" have gone to Strand Releasing. The film stars Ricardo Darin (Oscar winner "The Secret in Their Eyes") and Martina Gusman ("Lion's Den") as a lawyer and an ER doctor who develop a professional and romantic relationship built aro...

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    Wiseman's "Boxing Gym" Doc Picked Up by Tuckman

    Following a year full of lifetime achievement honors at IDFA, MoMA, and Silverdocs, maverick doc filmmaker Frederick Wiseman will be releasing his new film "Boxing Gym" theatrically via his distribution company, Zipporah Films, Inc. in conjunction with Michael Tuckman's mTuckman Media, which he work...

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    Holiday Box Office: "Agora," "Micmacs" Post Decent Debuts; Restored "Breathless" Scores (UPDATED)

    While Hollywood suffered one of its weakest Memorial Day weekends in recent memory with both "Prince of Persia" and "Sex and the City 2" posting underwhelming debuts, the specialty front got a fair boost from a batch of newcomers. Alejandro Amenabar's "Agora," Jean-Pierre Jeunet's "Micmacs," Stepha...

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    Dennis Hopper: 1936 - 2010

    Maverick actor, filmmaker and artist Dennis Hopper died today at age 74 of complications from prostate cancer. Born in Kansas on May 17, 1936, Hopper passed away at his home in Venice, CA, according to media reports within the past hour.

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    Kino Acquires Cannes Winner "Poetry"

    Kino International has announced the U.S. acquisition of Lee Chang-dong's "Poetry," which recently won the Best Screenplay Award at this year's Cannes Film Festival. From the South Korean writer/director of "Secret Sunshine" and "Oasis," the film tells the story of Mija, a grandmother who lives with...

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