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    Box Office: Magnolia Finds "Humpday" On Top, "Food" 2009's New Top Doc (UPDATED)

    The debut of Lynn Shelton's "Humpday" led this weekend's specialty box office, according to final numbers. The Magnolia Pictures release -- starring Mark Duplass and Joshua Leonard as two straight men attempting to have sex on camera for "art's sake" -- grossed $28,737 from its two screens in New Y...

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    Sundance Launches Doc Producing Lab, Unveils Participants

    Sundance Institute has announced the expansion of its Creative Producing Initiative, including a new Documentary Creative Producing Lab, and the feature and documentary participants for its upcoming 2009-2010 edition.

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    Oscilloscope Has "The Messenger"

    Oscilloscope Laboratories announced today that it has acquired North America distribution rights to "I'm Not There" screenwriter Oren Moverman’s directorial debut, "The Messenger," co-written by Moverman and Alessandro Camon. The film had its world premiere at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival and won...

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    "Half-Life," "Baby Formula" Find Distribution

    Wolfe Releasing announced the acquisition of both Alison Reid's "The Baby Formula" and Jennifer Phang's "Half-Life." The films will simultaneously be released on DVD with an "expansive" VOD campaign through Warner Brothers Digital Distribution. “The Baby Formula” is a Canadian feature about two wom...

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    Fantastic Fest Teases 32 Titles for '09; "Broncos" Set to Open

    Jared Hess' "Gentlemen Broncos," starring Sam Rockwell, Michael Angarano and Jennifer Coolidge will kick off the thriller-oriented Fantastic Fest, taking place September 24 - October 1 in Austin, TX. The film is described by distributor Fox Searchlight as centering on Benjamin (Angarano), who is hom...

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    "Basterds," "Precious" Heading To San Sebastian

    Quentin Tarantino will open the Zabaltegi-Pearls section of the San Sebastian International Film Festival with his film "Inglourious Basterds." Zabaltegi-Pearls is the festival's showcase for movies from major international festivals but not yet released in Spain. In addition to "Basterds" the program will also feature Cannes alums such as Ang Lee's "Taking Woodstock," Jacques Audiard's "A Prophet," Bahman Ghobadi's "No One Knows About Persian Cats," and Bong Joon-ho's "Mother," and Sundance winners "Precious," directed by Lee Daniels, and "Five Minutes of Heaven," directed by Olivier Hirschbiegel. The full list of films screening in the sec...

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    Dumont's "Angel" Leads Karlovy Vary Winners

    The 44th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival came to a close this weekend, with Frédéric Dumont's Belgian-Canadian co-production "Angel at Sea" (Un ange à la mer) taking home the fest's $30,000 Crystal Globe prize. The main jury, led by French producer Claudie Ossard, also awarded "Angel" sta...

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    Social Networking Making Friday The Only Day That Counts

    Social Networking Making Friday The Only Day That Counts

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    "Bananas!*" Law Suit: "Dole chooses to stifle even basic discussion by attempting to silence"

    The saga of "Bananas*!" continues with an update to the story that was the heart of Tuesday's cinemadaily published in indieWIRE. "Bananas!*" director Fredrik Gertten, producer Margarete Jangard and production company WG Film is being sued by Dole for including "patent falsehoods" in their documenta...

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    Michael Moore Project Gets a Title

    "Capitalism: A Love Story" has been unveiled as the title of Michael Moore’s latest documentary feature. The film examines "the disastrous impact that corporate dominance and out-of-control profit motives have on the lives of Americans and citizens of the world."

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