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    "The Music Never Stopped" Plays On with Roadside

    In the first major acquisition to come out of the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, Jim Kohlberg's Opening-Night gala film, "The Music Never Stopped," has been acquired by Roadside Attractions. Based on the case-study essay "The Last Hippie" by Dr. Oliver Sacks (responsible for the essay that inspired "A...

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    Rotterdam's Premiere Heavy Bright Future Section

    The International Film Festival Rotterdam's Bright Future program, dedicated to presenting "idiosyncratic and adventurous new work" from first- or second-time filmmakers, has announced a 2011 lineup that includes 18 world premieres, 10 international premieres and 11 European premieres.

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    Art Directors Guild Announce 2010 Award Nominees

    The Art Directors Guild (ADG) today announced nominations in three categories of Production Design for theatrical motion pictures competing in the ADG's 15th Annual Excellence in Production Design Awards for 2010. There were no significant snubs across the fifteen total nominees, which included the ...

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    Cinema Eye Honors Announce Inaugural "Heterodox Award"

    The Cinema Eye Honors for Nonfiction Filmmaking announced today the five nominees for the first annual Cinema Eye Heterodox Award, a new award category created to honor a narrative film that "imaginatively incorporates nonfiction strategies, content and/or modes of production."

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    2011 Writers Guild Award Nominations Announced

    The Writers Guild of America have announced nominations for outstanding achievement in writing for the screen during 2010. The announcement comes after the likes of "The King's Speech," "Biutiful," "The Ghost Writer," "Winter's Bone," "Toy Story 3," "The Way Back," "Blue Valentine" and "Another Year...

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    2010 Specialty Box Office Winners: "Black Swan" Leads Potent Year For Indies

    After a sluggish December filled with high-profile disappointments ("Little Fockers," "Yogi Bear") and full-fledged disasters ("How Do You Know"), Hollywood failed to break its 2009 record. Indiewood, meanwhile, is singing a very different tune. As the studios saw their Christmas tentpoles generally...

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    2011 Producers Guild Award Nominations Announced

    The Producers Guild of America (PGA) have announced nominations for the 2011 Producers Guild Awards. In general, the nominations were the expected batch of films that have proven to come up time and time again throughout awards season thus far, though there was a notable snub in the feature film cat...

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    January Preview: The 5 Must See Films

    January is not exactly a dream month for options at the movie theater. Studios generally dump their leftovers or least-likely-to-suceeds while many moviegoers use this as an opportunity to catch up on films from the previous year, particularly those that make January's slew of awards announcements. ...

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    "Mahler on the Couch" To Open 20th Annual New York Jewish Film Festival

    36 films from 14 countries are set to screen at the 20th Annual New York Jewish Film Festival, running from January 12-27 at New York's Walter Reade Theater, The Jewish Museum and Manhattan's Jewish Community Center (JCC). The Festival is presented by the Jewish Museum and the Film Society of Lincol...

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    IFC's Stranger Than Fiction Winter Lineup Announced

    New York's IFC Center once again presents Stranger Than Fiction (STF), a weekly documentary series that plays host to a number of influential documentaries, both new and old. This year Alex Gibney's "Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer" will kick-off STF's winter slate on January 10th with ...

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