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    International Film Circuit Readies "My Perestroika" For Theatrical Rollout

    International Film Circuit has announced its plans for a theatrical release of Robin Hessman's "My Perestroika," which premiered at last year's Sundance Film Festival and has since gone on to screen at New Directors/New Films, Full Frame (where it won the 2010 Filmmaker Award), and Silverdocs (where...

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    HBO Nabs TV Rights to SXSW Food Doc

    Ahead of its premiere at the 2011 South by Southwest Film Festival which kicks off tomorrow, Sally Rowe's food documentary, "A Matter of Taste: Serving Up Paul Liebrandt," has been picked up for TV by HBO.

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    Sony Classics Takes Sundance's Tribe Called Quest Doc

    Sony Pictures Classics has acquired all North American rights to Michael Rapaport's directorial debut, the Tribe Called Quest doc "Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest." The film screened in competition at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.

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    13th RiverRun Unveils Full Lineup; "Win" and "Potiche" Bookend

    The RiverRun International Film Festival locked in its full lineup today for the 13th edition of the event, which runs April 8-17 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Bookending the festival are Thomas McCarthy's "Win Win" and Francois Ozon's comedy "Potiche."

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    CineKink NYC's Audiences Get Hot for "Indietro" and "Kink Crusaders"

    The eighth annual CineKink NYC, dedicated to screening "kink-positive depictions in film and television," presented its top awards to Vivan Darkbloom's "Indietro" as best narrative and Mike Skiff's "Kink Crusaders" as best documentary.

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    SnagFilms Wants To Find The Best Film in Washington, D.C.

    SnagFilms and the DC Office of Motion Picture and Television Development announced a partnership to launch the inaugural "Washington's Best Film" competition, open to both documentary and narrative films. The two grand prize films (documentary and narrative) will be distributed via SnagFilms [full d...

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    FilmAid Names Liz Manne as Executive Director

    FilmAid International has announced independent film veteran Liz Manne as its executive director.

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    HBO Takes TV Rights To Sundance's "Sing Your Song"

    Susanne Rostock's Harry Belafonte doc "Sing Your Song" has been picked by HBO Documentary Films for an exclusive premiere on the network this fall, it was announced today. The film - which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and also screened in Berlin, tells the story of singer and activist Bel...

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    Nat Geo to Take "Benda Bilili!" on Tour

    The music doc "Benda Bilili!" by French directors Florent de la Tullaye and Renaud Barret will be distributed in the U.S. in fall 2011 by National Geographic Cinematic Ventures. The film follows a band from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Staff Benda Bilili (translation: "Look Beyond"), made up ...

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    Variance Picks Up "How to Live Forever" for U.S.

    U.S. theatrical rights to writer-director Mark Wexler's "How to Live Forever" have been picked up by Variance Films, the company's founder Dylan Marchetti said Tuesday. Variance will release the film on May 13th in New York, followed by other dates nationwide.

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