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    Film School Set For The Bronx

    Film School Set For The Bronx

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    "People" and "Rudo" Bookend Atlanta Film Festival

    The world premiere of Chris Moore, Howard Zinn and Anthony Arnove's performance doc "The People Speak" will open the 33rd Atlanta Film Festival launching the event which will screen 166 films over ten days beginning April 16. The screening of "People," which has run the festival circuit this year in...

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    Movieline "Back With Better Hair"

    Movieline, the Hollywood magazine that launched in 1989, was relaunched in online-only form this morning. "It was awesome, and there’s been nothing like it since," Seth Abramovitch, the new editor of the site, said in a letter to the readers. "And it sure as hell deserves a comeback/sequel/remake m...

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    Dennis Lim Tapped for NYFF Selection Committee

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center has announced that film critic and editor Dennis Lim will join the New York Film Festival's selection committee, replacing Kent Jones, who, until recently, was The Film Society's associate director of programming and a member of the Festival's selection committee.

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    B-Side Partners With Virgil; Acquires "Visioneers"

    B-Side Entertainment and Home Video/DVD distributor Virgil Films & Entertainment have entered into an exclusive partnership for the release of B-Side's films on DVD. This announcement comes on the heels of the launch of B-Side's distribution arm.

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    Weekend Estimates: "Anvil!" Top Debut; "Solo," "Nombre" Showing Their Legs (UPDATED)

    The U.S. debut of Sacha Gervasi's "Anvil! The Story of Anvil," a doc following the "demigods of Canadian metal," was the top Easter weekend newcomer at the specialty box office, according to estimates. The film - which debuted to great numbers in Canada last weekend - grossed $34,800 from 3 screens...

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    IFC Center Sets Spring Slate

    New York's IFC Center has announced its slate through June, 2009. Nine theatrical U.S. premieres are included in the batch, from Olivier Assayas' "Summer Hours" to Jia Zhang-ke's "24 City" to Academy Award nominee "Revanche." The full schedule of theatrical engagements is below, for more informatio...

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    "Divo" vs. "Gomorrah" at Donatello Awards

    "Divo" vs. "Gomorrah" at Donatello Awards

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    Magnolia Has "World's Greatest Dad"

    The Wrap is reporting that Magnolia Pictures has acquired the rights to Bobcat Goldthwait's Sundance entry "World's Greatest Dad." The film - starring Robin Williams as a single high school teacher who exploits his teenage son's suicide - will be released by Magnolia on VOD prior to a theatrical re...

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    Ken Brecher Resigns From Sundance Institute

    Ken Brecher, Executive Director of the Sundance Institute, has resigned. "I have completed my work in building an outstanding leadership team," Brecher said in a statement. "I could not be more confident that the Institute is now poised for the next phase of its innovative work in supporting indepe...

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