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    Toniko Melo's "VIPs" Sweeps Rio de Janeiro Film Fest Awards

    Toniko Melo's "VIPs" swept the Premiere Brazil Jury Awards at the 12th annual Rio de Janeiro Film Festival, which comes to a close Thursday night after fifteen days of screenings and events.

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    Sheffield Doc/Fest Announces Complete Lineup

    After announcing that the 2010 Sheffield Doc/Fest (November 3 - 7) would open with Annie Sundberg and Ricki Stern's "Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work," the festival released its lineup this week. Included in the slate are 130 films, including 15 World Premieres, 26 UK Premieres, five European Premieres...

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    "To Die Like a Man" Lives on at Strand

    Joao Pedro Rodrigues' "To Die Like a Man," which ranked second in criticWIRE's 2009 survey of the best undistributed films, has found a home for U.S. distribution at Strand Releasing. Recently, the film was submitted by Portugal as their official entry for Best Foreign Film at this year's Oscars. It...

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    Jon Feltheimer: Embrace New Economic Models

    A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of taking my oldest daughter, Jillian, for her first day of college. She's enrolling at my Alma Mater, Washington University in St. Louis, a wonderful school...And Laurie [my wife] and I loved being there with Jillian just to do the simple things for her...To set ...

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    Slew of International Premieres Slated for Second Sante Fe Independent Festival

    Forty international premieres from twelve countries made the cut for the second annual Sante Fe Independent Film Festival (October 19 - 24). Kicking off the 2010 edition will be a screening of Herbert J. Biberman's historic socialist classic "Salt of the Earth," winner of the Crystal Gobe Award for ...

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    Milwaukee Film Festival Sees Attendance Double for Successful Second Edition

    Yeo-haeng-ja's "A Brand New Life," and Robin Hessman's "My Perestroika," were the big winners at the 2010 Milwaukee Film Festival which just wrapped last Sunday, topping the Fiction Competition and Documentary Competition respectively. Each film walked away with a $2,500 cash prize.

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    AFI FEST Sets Young Americans and New Auteurs

    AFI FEST 2010 has set its programs for both its first-ever Young Americans section and the New Auteurs section, with a wide variety of festival favorites in the mix, from Robert Mitchell's "The Myth Of The American Sleepover " to Xavier Dolan's "Heartbeats" to recent Reykavik International Film Fest...

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    IFC Takes "The Trip"

    IFC Films has announced that it has acquired the U.S. rights to Michael Winterbottom’s British comedy "The Trip," starring Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon. The film premiered at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival to warm notices, making this yet another pick-up out of that festival, which ...

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    Reykjavik Shares Its "Magic" as Film Festival Closes Its Seventh Edition

    "This place is absolutely magical,” Jim Jarmusch said Friday afternoon as the final days of the Reykjavik International Film Festival brought a good hundred filmmakers, journalists, and other film industry folk to the home of Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, the president of Iceland. Grímsson welcomed everyo...

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    European Films Top the Zurich Film Festival Awards

    European films were the big winners at the 6th Zurich Film Festival, which just wrapped last night, October 3. The jury for the International Feature Competition, headed by Frank Langella, awarded Srdjan Kolijevic's Serbian drama "The Woman with a Broken Nose," with their top prize, the Golden Eye f...

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