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    Magnolia Thrills to "Good Neighbours"

    Jacob Tierney's thriller, "Good Neighbours" has been acquired by Magnolia Pictures. The disrtributor picked up the U.S. rights to the film from Myriad Pictures. Magnolia's Tom Quinn, SVP of Acquisitions, negotiated the deal with Myriad CEO and President Kirk D’Amico and SVP Business Affairs David Du...

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    Producers Guild Awards Announces Doc Nominees

    The Producers Guild of America has announced the nominations in its best documentary feature category.

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    BAMcinématek Fetes Susan Sarandon with Retrospective

    Actress and UNICEF Goodwill ambassador Susan Sarandon will be the toast of BAMcinématek early next year. From February 10 - 13, the Brooklyn cinema will screen a 13-film tribute to the Oscar-winning star, cheekily titled 'The Susan Sarandon Picture Show;' a riff off the film that kick started her ca...

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    FUTURES | "We Are What We Are" Director Jorge Michel Grau

    For a rookie with one film out of the gate, Mexican director Jorge Michel Grau has had quite year. His feature film debut, "We Are What We Are" ("Somos lo que hay"), a grisly cannibal family melodrama and horror mashup, began its journey in March at the Guadalajara International Film Festival, went ...

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    IFC Takes Rights to Sundance Debut, "Uncle Kent"

    About a half hour after Sundance announced its inclusion in its 2011 lineup, IFC Films said it has picked up worldwide rights to Joe Swanberg's "Uncle Kent." The film, which stars Kent Osborne, Jennifer Prediger, Josephine Decker, and Swanberg himself, will premiere as part of the Spotlight section ...

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    Dole Ordered to Pay Up to Documentary Filmmaker

    Based on an order from a Los Angeles judge, Dole Food Co. has to doll out nearly $200,000 in legal fees and costs to Swedish filmmaker Fredrik Gertten who went up against the company in a free speech case involving the release of his documentary "Bananas."

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    Sundance 2011: Native Showcase / From the Collection

    Native Showcase

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    Big Filmmaking Names Set for 2011 Sundance Film Festival Debuts

    The upcoming Sundance Film Festival is taking shape with the titles programmed for its non-competition slots unveiled today following the announcement of its competition sections yesterday. While the The New York Times noted in its write up about the competition that there was a noticeable dirth of ...

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    "Aftershock" Sends Waves at Asian Pacific Screen Awards

    "Aftershock," from Chinese director Xiaogang Feng, was the big winner at the fourth annual Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA), picking up the Best Feature Film Award at the awards ceremony held in Queensland, Australia. In addition, "Aftershock" nabbed its lead actor, Chen Daoming, the Best Performan...

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    In the Works: Soldier Returns Home...With a Twist, Jobriath Doc, War on Drugs, and More

    EDITORS NOTE: “In the Works” is a weekly column taking a look at upcoming films, in addition to projects in production. It spotlights films in development, as well completed films that are taking creative paths towards distribution and occasionally ventures away from films to look at other types of ...

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