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    Premieres, Online Events & More on Tap for 2011 Tribeca Online Film Festival

    The Tribeca Film Festival continues to reveal details of its upcoming event, today unveiling plans for the Tribeca (Online) Film Festival, which will allow U.S. audiences to view feature and short films for free, while viewers worldwide will have the chance to speak with filmmakers and industry insiders during the festival, which runs April 20 - May 1 in Manhattan. The online component of the festival will include five areas: Festival Streaming Room, which will host six features film the Tribeca Film Festival, including two that are world premieres and 18 shorts. Each film will have three to five 24-hour screening windows, during which there ...

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    Box Office: "Bill Cunningham," "Win Win" Give Specialty Market a Winning Weekend (UPDATED)

    While the studio box office is going through another somewhat mediocre frame, the specialty market went 2 for 2 this weekend, with Richard Press's "Bill Cunningham New York" and Tom McCarthy's "Win Win" both averaging over $30,000. That follows last weekend's double whammy of "Jane Eyre" and "Kill T...

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    The Grouponing of Hollywood: indieWIRE Runs The Numbers for "The Lincoln Lawyer"

    Last week’s 48-hour Groupon/Fandango deal for Lionsgate Films’ “The Lincoln Lawyer” put Hollywood through a blitzkrieg grief cycle: Denial (Discounts on opening weekend?!), Anger (Lionsgate’s trying to buy the box office!), Bargaining (Maybe it’s really not that big a deal), Depression (“The Lincoln...

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    Final SXSW Audience Award Winners Include Joe Cornish's "Attack The Block"

    The SXSW Film Festival announced its final award winners Saturday morning, all of which were selected by the films' audiences.

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    Netflix Brings "House of Cards" Home

    Netflix will be streaming the television series "House of Cards" exclusively for U.S. audiences beginning in late 2012. The company has comitted to stream a minimum of 26 episodes of the show starring Kevin Spacey and executive produced by David Fincher. The political thriller is based on the BBC mi...

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    BAMcinemaFEST Rolls Out 6 NYC Premieres This Summer

    Brooklyn cinephiles will have another reason to stay indoors this summer as BAMcinemaFest has released the titles for some of its films. The event runs from June 16-26 and features a slate of films from emerging talents at some of the world's premiere film festivals.

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    Strand Releasing Goes for Gallic Comedy "Service Entrance"

    Fresh off its North American premiere at Rendezvous with French Cinema in New York, Strand Releasing nabbed Philippe Le Guay's Gallic comedy "Service Entrance" for U.S. distribution.

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    Sundance Selects Takes SXSW's Breakout Gay Romance "Weekend"

    Andrew Haigh's "Weekend," one of the most talked about films at the SXSW Film Festival (and winner of the audience award in the Emerging Visions program), has been acquired for North American release by Sundance Selects. Additionally, Sundance Selects picked up broadcast and digital rights in France...

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    2011 Nashville Film Festival Announces Opening and Closing Films

    The 2011 Nashville Film Festival will open with the Southeastern U.S. Premiere of Shane Dax Taylor's "Bloodworth," an adaptation of W. Earl Brown's novel "Provinces of Night," and close with Azazel Jacobs' "Terri."

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    SXSW '11 | Jodie Foster Brings Long-Awaited "Beaver" to Austin

    Introducing the "The Beaver" March 16 at Austin's Paramount Theater, director Jodie Foster took a moment to prepare the audience: "It's not a comedy!"

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