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    TIFF Announces "Canada's Top Ten"

    The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) revealed the top 10 best features and top 10 best short films of 2010 last night at the 10th annual Canada's Top Ten industry event. Established in 2001, Canada's Top Ten celebrates "excellence in Canadian cinema and raises public awareness of Canadian...

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    Slamdance Unveils 2011 Special Screenings, Shorts & $99 Specials

    The 2011 Slamdance Film Festival unveiled four Special Screenings, over 50 narrative and documentary shorts as well as titles in its signature $99 Specials sidebar for its 17th annual event. Slamdance, taking place January 21-27, 2011 in Park City, UT, unveiled its Narrative and Doc competition lin...

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    EFP Chooses 2011's Newest, Brightest European Stars

    Euroean Film Promotion (EFP) has named ten young actors to its 14th annual list of the continent's rising stars. This year's ten finalists were chosen from a list of 25 candidates chosen by the member organizations of the EFP. A jury of European industry professionals chose the finalists from the list of twenty-five. Past winners of the Shooting Star honor have been Daniel Brühl, Daniel Craig, Carey Mulligan, Franka Potente, and Rachel Weisz. The group of ten will be placed in the spotlight at this year's Berlin International Film Festival, which runs from February 10-20. The festival and EFP will place the spotlight on the honorees duri...

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    Sundance Adds Three To 2011 Lineup

    Sundance Institute announced today that three additional feature films will world premiere in the out-of-competition Premieres and new Documentary Premieres sections of the 2011 Sundance Film Festival: Miranda July's "The Future," Rob Minkoff's "Flypaper," and Alison Ellwood and Alex Gibney's "Magic...

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    July's "Future" Among Initial 2011 Berlinale Competition Titles Revealed

    The Berlin International Film Festival unveiled the first eight titles screening in its competition section, including American filmmaker Miranda July's "The Future," which was recently added to the Sundance lineup and the world premiere of Victoria Mahoney's "Yelling to the Sky" with Zoë Kravitz, Gabourey Sidibe and Tim Blake Nelson. In addition to the previously announced opening film "True Grit" by Joel and Ethan Coen (screening out of competition) another seven productions and co-productions have been selected. The titles in this initial selection includes work from Turkey, the Netherlands, Israel, the United Kingdom, Germany, France and ...

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    "Repo Chick" Taking Over New York, L.A.

    Alex Cox is set to follow-up his cult classic "Repo Man" with the upcoming "Repo Chick," coming out via Industrial Entertainment in New York City's IFC Center on January 14th and the Downtown Independent in Los Angeles on January 21st.

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    "X" Hits the Spot for IFC Midnight

    IFC Midnight, the genre label of IFC Films, has acquired U.S. rights to Jon Hewitt's genre thriller "X" from Celluloid Nightmares. The announcement comes after the recently wrapped American Film Market.

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    Early Additions to 40th Rotterdam Film Festival Unveiled

    Ahead of its late January kick-off, the 40th edition of the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) has revealed a number of films that made it onto next year's program, as well as details on a new action movie series.

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    "The Colors of the Mountain" Reaching U.S. Screens Next Summer

    "The Colors of the Mountain," the debut film from filmmaker Carlos César Arbeláez, winner of the New Directors Award at this year's San Sebastian International Film Festival, is set for a summer 2011 release in North America. Film Movement acquired the film's North American rights in a deal negotiat...

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    "Journals of Musan" Snags Top Award in Marrakech

    The 10th edition of the Marrakech International Film Festival wrapped over the weekend, with Park Jungbum's "The Journals of Musan" taking the Grand Prize among the 15 international feature films in competition.

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