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    indieWIRE: BUZZ: Christmas Bashes, John Woo News, and A Big Winter for Maggie Gyllenhaal

    indieWIRE: BUZZ: Christmas Bashes, John Woo News, and A Big Winter forMaggie Gyllenhaal

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    INDUSTRY INSIDER: Docs Maintain High Standard, Despite Financial Challenges

    INDUSTRY INSIDER: Docs Maintain High Standard, Despite Financial Challenges

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    Sundance Institute to Honor Holly Hunter

    Sundance Institute to Honor Holly Hunter

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    2003 IFP Independent Spirit Award Nominations

    2003 IFP Independent Spirit Award Nominations

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    WORLD CINEMA REPORT: Beyond Almododvar; Spanish Cinema Confronts Itself

    WORLD CINEMA REPORT: Beyond Almododvar; Spanish Cinema Confronts Itself

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    DAILY NEWS: Sundance Shorts Revealed and this Weekend's Box Office

    DAILY NEWS: Sundance Shorts Revealed and this Weekend's Box Officeby Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> Sundance Selects 90 Shorts for 2003 Festival(indieWIRE: 12.10.02) -- Ninety short films will screen at the 2003 SundanceFilm Festival, organizers announced yesterday. The lineup was chosen from atotal of 3,345 entries, which marks a major jump from last year's 2,100short film submissions."With a 40-percent increase in submissions and the quality of the filmsdefinitely equaling the quantity, our selection process was more difficultthan ever," commented Sundance programmer Trevor Groth in a preparedstatement yesterday. "We have in...

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    DAILY NEWS: Slamdance Announces 2003 Line Up and Santa Fe Names its Festival Winners

    DAILY NEWS: Slamdance Announces 2003 Line Up and Santa Fe Names its Festival Winners

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    DAILY NEWS: "Talk to Her" Honored and "Girl From Paris" Acquired

    DAILY NEWS: "Talk to Her" Honored and "Girl From Paris" Acquiredby Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> "Talk to Her" Tops European Film Awards(indieWIRE: 12.09.02) -- "Talk to Her" won a number of top prizes thisweekend at the European Film Awards. At Saturday night's ceremony in theTeatro dell'Opera in Rome, Pedro Almodovar's acclaimed "Hable Con Ella" (Talk to Her) received the prize for best European film, while thefilmmaker won the award for best director and best screenplay. Almodovaralso won the people's choice prize for best director while film starJavier Camara won the people's choice award for best actor. Thenotices come a...

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    DAILY NEWS: Susan Sarandon, "Ten New Titans," and Christmas Entries in Buzz; And Three Named Film Fu

    DAILY NEWS: Susan Sarandon, "Ten New Titans," and Christmas Entries in Buzz; And Three Named Film Funds Recipients in Minneapolisby Brian Brooks and Wendy Mitchell/indieWIRE>> indieWIRE: BUZZ about Holiday Parties, Torino Staffing, a Fassbinder Series, and MoreindieWIRE: BUZZ for the week ending December 6, 2002.INDUSTRY MOVESThe Torino Film Festival has nominated two new directors to serve for its2003-2006 events. They are Giulia D'Agnolo Vallan, a Torino-born and NewYork-based writer and curator who has worked with the Venice and Torinofests to program U.S. selections, and Roberto Turigliatto, one of thefounders of the Movie Club who first...

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    DAILY NEWS: National Board's Top Films of 2002; More on Sundance 2003; and Oscar's 54 Foreign Langua

    DAILY NEWS: National Board's Top Films of 2002; More on Sundance 2003; and Oscar's 54 Foreign Language Submissionsby Eugene Hernandez, Matthew Ross and Wendy Mitchell/indieWIRE>> National Board Picks "The Hours" As Best Film of 2002 (indieWIRE: 12.05.02) -- Kicking off the Oscar prediction frenzy, theNational Board of Review announced its 2002 awards. Stephen Daldry's"The Hours" took the best film honors, with Julianne Moore's "Far FromHeaven" performance and Campbell Scott's lead in "Roger Dodger" nabbing the acting awards. For supporting actress, Kathy Bates was recognized forher work in "About Schmidt," and for supporting actor, the Board...

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