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    Tribeca Fest Honors "When We Leave" & "Monica and David"

    Expressing "gratitude" and "surprise," German director Feo Aladag's "When We Leave" (Die Fremde) took the Tribeca Film Festival's Founders Award for Best Narrative Feature, while American director Alexandra Codina's "Monica & David" won Best Documentary Feature at a ceremony in Manhattan's Union Squ...

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    Ahead of Cannes Debut, Liman's "Fair Game" Finds a Home

    Summit Entertainment has nabbed distribution rights to the political thriller "Fair Game" in both North America and five foreign territories. Directed by Doug Liman, the film is set to officially premiere in competition at the Cannes Film Festival next month.

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    Seattle Sets 406 Films For Massive 36th Edition of Fest

    The 36th edition of the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) promises to lay claim to holding the title as the largest and most highly attended event of its kind in the US. Running from May 20 through June 13, SIFF will present 256 features (both documentary and narrative) and 150 short films ...

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    "Toy Story," "Extra Man" To Jointly Open Nantucket Film Festival

    The 15th annual Nantucket Film Festival (June 17-20), whose mission it is to spotlight screenwriters, announced its official opening and closing night films as well as a preview of their lineup. The eclectic list of films run the gamut from blockbuster comedies to intimate documentaries.

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    "The Tree" to Close Cannes

    Julie Bertucelli's "The Tree," starring Charlotte Gainsbourg, Marton Csokas and Aden Young will close the 63rd Festival de Cannes on Sunday, May 23rd following the Awards Ceremony.

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    "Inferno" and "Hedgehog" Lead COL COA Winners

    The Franco-American Cultural Fund announced that "Henri-Georges Clouzot's Inferno" (L'Enfer de Henri-Georges Clouzot) was awarded the COL COA Critics Award by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association jury at the 14th City of Lights, City of Angels festival, which concluded on April 25th. The docume...

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    Berthaud's "Pieds" To Close 2010 Director's Fortnight

    Fabienne Berthaud's "Pieds nus sur les limaces" (Lily Sometimes) has been announced as the closing night film of the 2010 Director's Fortnight, joining 24 films already announced for the Cannes program last week. The film will be presented on Friday, May 22, 2010, at 7:30pm at the Theater Croisette ...

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    SXSW Doc Heads to VOD in FilmBuff Pact

    Soccer (football) doc "Pelada" by Luke Boughen, Rebekah Fergusson, Gwendolyn Oxenham and Ryan White, will make its debut on VOD in an agreement with FilmBuff, the digital distribtuion label of Cinetic Rights Management. The film will be released in June to coincide with the World Cup in South Africa...

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    "Cyrus" Opening BAMcinemaFEST; Assayas Chat Also On Tap

    BAMcinematek has announced the main slate lineup for its second annual BAMcinemaFEST, running June 9 - 20, 2010. The twelve-day fest will screen sixteen New York premieres and a US premiere of emerging voices in American independent and international cinema, as well as repertory favorites.

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    "Winter's Bone" Claims Top Palm Beach Prize

    The Palm Beach International Film Festival unspooled April 22 - 26, announcing the winners of its 15th edition at its closing night awards ceremony. As with many similar events these past several months, the festival faced severe financial difficulties, leading to some speculation that this might be its last. But despite that unfortunate possibility, the fest drew over 70 participating filmmakers to share their films with appreciative audiences over the past week. Fest Director Randi Emerman said, in a prepared statement, "This year, for me, was refreshing and inspiring to have had the honor to discover so many wonderful filmmakers from the c...

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