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    WORLD CINEMA REPORT: Post-Cannes Hangover Continues; The Long Business of Selling

    WORLD CINEMA REPORT: Post-Cannes Hangover Continues; The Long Business of Sellingby Anthony Kaufman(indieWIRE: 06.10.02) -- Cannes 2002 may be long gone in the public's eye, but the business of the festival is far from over. It's been two weeks since they rolled away the red carpet and closed the Grand Palais, but there are still plenty of films up for grabs. Big winners from France ("The Pianist") and Finland ("A Man without a Past") sold quickly to mini-majors after their respective prizes, but what about the other winners, little-known gems and auteur pieces that have yet to lock U.S. distribution deals? "There are still plenty of films ou...

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    DAILY NEWS: Guillemet Named Miami Fest Chief and Staff Changes in Toronto

    DAILY NEWS: Guillemet Named Miami Fest Chief and Staff Changes in Torontoby Brian Brooks/indieWIRE with an article by Karl Beck>> Former Sundance Head Nicole Guillemet Named Director of the Miami International Film Festival

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    DAILY NEWS: Goldwyn Gets Tatou Film, Florida Fest Lineup and Gothams

    DAILY NEWS: Goldwyn Gets Tatou Film, Florida Fest Lineup and Gothamsby Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> Goldwyn Goes for "He Loves Me"

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    DAILY NEWS: Cowboy's "Love," New "Squeezebox" Doc and Sundance Channel Doc Deal

    DAILY NEWS: Cowboy's "Love," New "Squeezebox" Doc and Sundance Channel Doc Dealby Eugene Hernandez, Matthew Ross and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> Cowboy Finds "Toy Love"

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    DAILY NEWS: NY Latino Fest Lineup; Walker + Assoc Plans; and IFC's "Sex"

    DAILY NEWS: NY Latino Fest Lineup; Walker + Assoc Plans; and IFC's "Sex"by Eugene Hernandez, Brian Brooks and Wendy Mitchell/indieWIRE>> NY Latino Fest's 50 Films To Include "Empire," "Manito," "Spy Kids 2"

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    DAILY NEWS: Italians Invade Lincoln Center, Nantucket Gears Up and CUFF Names Fund Recipients

    DAILY NEWS: Italians Invade Lincoln Center, Nantucket Gears Up and CUFF Names Fund Recipientsby Matthew Ross, Brian Brooks and Wendy Mitchell/indieWIRE>> Italians Return for Annual Tribute Series at Walter Reade

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    DAILY NEWS: Ziggy's Back; and Cinema Tropical Plans

    DAILY NEWS: Ziggy's Back; and Cinema Tropical Plansby Matthew Ross and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> "Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars" Go Cowboy

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    DAILY NEWS: Memorial Holiday Box Office; Nashville Fest Plans and Miramax' "Paper Clips"

    DAILY NEWS: Memorial Holiday Box Office; Nashville Fest Plans and Miramax' "Paper Clips"by Eugene Hernandez, Matthew Ross and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> "Late Marriage" Solid in Second Weekend

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    WORLD CINEMA REPORT: Foreign Flicks Look for Push at Local Fests

    WORLD CINEMA REPORT: Foreign Flicks Look for Push at Local Festsby Anthony Kaufman(indieWIRE: 05.29.02) -- Now that the Cannes Film Festival is over, where do all those foreign masterpieces go? While the talk of the past two weeks has been Brazilian this and Finnish that, what actually happens to these movies on U.S. shores is often much less hyped. Despite occasional crossover successes ("Y Tu Mama Tambien," "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon"), foreign films continue to have a tough time on U.S. screens. But now that summer is just about here and U.S. communities are revving up their local economies with splashy events, there's no better place...

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    DAILY NEWS: Cannes 2002 Winners Acquired, Focus Gets Polanski's "Pianist," Sony Classics Nabs Kaur

    DAILY NEWS: Cannes 2002 Winners Acquired, Focus Gets Polanski's "Pianist," Sony Classics Nabs Kaurismaki Film; Also, a Report from Festival's Closing Nightby Eugene Hernandez/indieWIRE with an article by Stephen Garrett in CannesGET THE COMPLETE LIST of Cannes Winners at indieWIRE.com:

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