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    Thirty-three Films Set for 27th CineMart in Rotterdam

    Thirty-three projects have been selected for the 27th CineMart, taking place January 31 - February 3 in Rotterdam. The 2010 CineMart selection includes projects from several filmmakers who are competing at the International Film Festival Rotterdam (taking place January 27 - February 7), or have competed in earlier festival editions. Every year, the CineMart invites a select number of directors/producers to present their film projects to co-producers, funds, sales agents, distributors, TV stations and other potential financiers. Among those presenting their projects to some 800 possible co-financiers are Tiger Award competitors Paz Fabrega and...

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    First Run Nabs "Most Dangerous Man"

    First Run Features has acquired Judith Ehrlich and Rick Goldsmith's documentary "The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers." The film, which is currently on the Oscar shortlist for Best Documentary and recently received the Special Jury Award at IDFA, will begin to r...

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    Sundance Unveils 2010 Short Film Program

    Sundance Institute has announced the program of short films selected to screen at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival. This year the Festival's Short Film Program comprises 70 short films from U.S. and international filmmakers selected from 6,092 submissions up 8% over 2009.

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    "Weather" Screens at Climate Change Summit

    Copenhagen's CPH:DOX film festival, in in collaboration with Hopenhagen LIVE, will present several documentaries during the COP15 UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, which kicks off today.

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    "Moon" Leads British Indie Winners

    Duncan Jones' "Moon" took top honors at the British Independent Film Awards, handed out tonight in London. The low budget sci-fi drama beat out the likes of "An Education," "Fish Tank" and "In The Loop" for the best British independent film prize, and also won an award for best debut director. Set in the near future, "Moon" stars Rockwell as Sam Bell, an astronaut assigned by 'Lunar Industries' to a three-year mission mining Helium 3 on the moon, the earth’s new energy source. As his contract comes to an end and Sam’s health starts to deteriorate, painful headaches, hallucinations and a lack of focus lead to an almost fatal accident. While ...

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    Box Office: "Up In The Air" Skyrockets In Debut Weekend

    Jason Reitman's "Up In The Air" found stunning numbers in its first weekend of limited release, according to estimates provided by Rentrak earlier this afternoon. The Paramount release - which led the National Board of Review winners last week - grossed $1,100,000 from only 15 screens. That amount...

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    "Anvil" Leads IDA Winners

    Sacha Gervasi's "Anvil! The Story of Anvil" led the winners of International Documentary Association's 2009 IDA Documentary Awards. The story of the band hailed as the "demi-gods of Canadian metal," which was received snubbed by the Academy's shortlist, received IDA's awards for both overall featur...

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    B.O. of the '00s: The Top Grossing Female Helmed Films

    The 2010s are fast approaching - 26 days and counting - and indieWIRE is continuing this weekly Friday chart devoted to glancing back at the past ten years. With a film opening each weekend as a starting point, we're charting various sub-categories of 2000s film, focusing on their North American bo...

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    "Everyone Else" Set for U.S. Theatrical

    Cinema Guld has snapped up U.S. rights to Maren Ade's "Everyone Else," its Chairman Philip Hobel said Friday. The company's Director of Distribution, Ryan Krivoshey negotiated the deal with Stefanie Zeitler for Bavaria Film International, and the film is set for a theatrical release sometime next ye...

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    Withoutabox Unveils "Secure" for "Safe" Online Festival Submissions

    IMDb.com unit Withoutabox has launched Secure Online Screeners, described by the company as an "economical way for rights-holders to safely submit short and feature-length films to festivals, and for festivals to manage their incoming submissions, entirely over the Internet." The company envisions t...

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