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    IFC Finds "Life During Wartime"

    In their second major acquisition in less than 24 hours, IFC Films has announced that it has acquired the U.S. rights to Todd Solondz's "Life During Wartime."

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    Five Sundance Films, 3 From This Year's Fest, Coming to YouTube This Week

    Three new American independent feature films from the 2010 Sundance Film Festival will debut on YouTube even before audiences get a chance to see the movies at the festival in Park City, UT. Launching this Friday for VOD rental online in the United States - from this year's Sundance fest - are Micha...

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    International Cinephile Society Likes "Basterds," "Serious Man"

    In a breath of fresh air from most other 2009 awards came via the International Cinephile Society today, who announced their nominees for the best in film for last year. Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds" led the field with 10 nominations, followed by Joel & Ethan Coen's "A Serious Man," Kat...

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    Baumbach, Vinterberg Round out Berlin Competition

    Twenty-six films will screen in competition at the upcoming Berlin International Film Festival. In addition to the seven competition films announced last month including Roman Polanski's latest, "The Ghost Writer," 18 titles were unveiled Wednesday. Twelve world premieres from around the world among the latest crop will screen in the festival's 60th anniversary competition section, with the remainder being international debuts. Sundance 2010 U.S. Documentary feature, "Howl" by Rob Epstein and Jeffery Friedman will screen in the section along with the international premiere of Nicole Holofcener's "Please Give," Lisa Cholodenko's "The Kids Are ...

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    Abramowitz Launches Area23a

    Ahead of this week's Sundance Film Festival, veteran film distribution and marketing consultant Richard Abramowitz is launching, with Kirt Eftekhar, a new domestic distribution company dubbed Area23a.

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    IFC Films Takes Sundance's "Void"

    U.S. rights to Gaspar Noe's Sundance 2010 feature "Enter the Void" has been picked up by IFC Films, the company announced ahead of its debut in the festival's Spotlight section. The film is the director's follow-up to the 2002 award-winning and controversial film, "Irreversible." IFC Films' Arianna ...

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    Apparition Schemes for "The Square"

    North American rights to "The Square" has been picked up by Apparition, the company said Tuesday. Described as a "stylish, twist-filled noir," the film is the first feature film from Australian stuntman-turned-director Nash Edgerton and actor/writer Joel Edgerton. Apparition will release the 2009 SX...

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    Berlinale Sets Opening and Closing Films

    The 60th Berlin International Film Festival will kick off with the world premiere of the Chinese Competition film "Tuan Yuan" (Apart Together) in the Berlinale Palast on February 11, 2010. "Yuan" is the latest film by Wang Quan'an, who also participated in the Berlinale Competition in 2007 with "Tuy...

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    Box Office 2.0: Recapping The Non-Competition Films of Sundance '09

    This Thursday, the independent film industry will once again turn its attention over to Park City and the 113 feature films screening at the Sundance Film Festival. Deals will be made, big indie box office hopes will result, and another year of hits and misses will follow. But before we head into ...

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    Box Office: "Last Station" Arrives Quite Nicely; "Heart" Hanging In (UPDATED)

    After an under-the radar Academy run in December, awards hopeful "The Last Station" made its official debut this MLK weekend. Distributor Sony Classics seemed to carefully plot out the film among its diverse quartet of late year releases, and it appears to have so far worked out. Their other releases - "Broken Embraces," "The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus" and "The White Ribbon" - have all been finding varying degrees of strong grosses, and according to four-day estimates provided by Rentrak earlier this afternoon, so is "Station." The Michael Hoffman directed film - which has earned a variety of kudos for stars Helen Mirren and Christop...

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