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    Toronto 2012: Neil Jordan's Vampire Flick 'Byzantium' Starring Gemma Arterton and Saoirse Ronan Flies to IFC Films

    IFC Films has grabbed U.S. rights to the Neil Jordan-directed vampire flick “Byzantium” at the Toronto International Film Festival. Sources put the deal at $1 million-plus.

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    IFC Films Takes U.S. Rights to Jamie Babbit-Directed Thriller 'Breaking the Girls'

    IFC Films has acquired U.S. distribution rights to the thriller “Breaking the Girls” from Myriad Pictures at the Toronto International Film Festival market. The film will receive a limited theatrical release.

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    IFC Films President Jonathan Sehring Wants You to Know a Few Things

    IFC Films is like the smart, upstanding, stable older brother whose younger siblings tend to get credit and praise for things he has long ago made a habit of. Or at least that’s how Sundance Selects/IFC Films president Jonathan Sehring is seeing things lately. With Mike Birbiglia’s ...

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    WATCH: Franco-Filled Porn-Industry Flick 'About Cherry' Reveals Four New Provocative Clips

    James Franco's rise to headlines these days surrounds his fascination and work with the porn industry. Just recently, he announced plans to join gay art porn director Travis Mathews for a film, which comes after his role in the IFC film "Cherry" that explores the San Francisco porn ind...

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    Tribeca Film 'Cheerful Weather For The Wedding' Acquired by IFC Films

    IFC Films acquired all U.S. rights to Donald Rice's "Cheerful Weather For The Wedding" today, a romantic comedy that had its world premiere this year at the Tribeca Film Festival. READ MORE: Tribeca: 'Cheerful Weather' Star Elizabeth McGovern Talks 'Downton Abbey' ...

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    IFC Films Elects Rob Lowe Political Drama 'Knife Fight' in the U.S.

    IFC Films has acquired all U.S. rights to the political drama “Knife Fight,” directed by Bill Guttentag. The film, which had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in April, stars Rob Lowe as a committed political strategist who must reckon with the truth about his job while working for a t...

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    IFC Films Pick Up James McAvoy/Mark Strong Thriller 'Welcome To The Punch'

    The release schedule for the rest of the year is starting to shape up, but there's still a few question marks, and one of the film's we're eager to get a date on is "Welcome To The Punch." The film is the sophomore feature from writer-director Eran Creevy, who made an impressive debut with "Shifty" ...

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    Trailer Watch: This American Life's Mike Birbiglia Gropes Through Sleeping Disorder in Sundance Hit "Sleepwalk With Me"

    Check out the first official trailer for Mike Birbiglia's Sundance NEXT winner "Sleepwalk With Me," which stars the stand-up comedian and Lauren Ambrose as a couple dealing with longterm-itis, and also Birbiglia's increasingly bizarre sleepwalking habits.

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    Peace, Love, & Misunderstanding—movie review

    Not every movie is, or has to be, an Event. Sometimes all I ask of a film is that it offer a pleasant diversion for an hour and a half. That’s exactly what I got from Peace, Love, & Misunderstanding. I fear it may get a critical drubbing during the heated atmosphere of the current movie se...

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    Magnolia Pictures Find Thomas Vinterberg’s Cannes Entry ‘The Hunt,’ Sundance Selects/IFC Films Pick Up Tribeca Hit ‘Una Noche’

    Fourteen years after he helped launch the Dogme 95 movement with his family drama “The Celebration,” director Thomas Vinterberg returned to Cannes this past month with his latest film, “The Hunt.” As the Croisette is wont to do, reactions were immensely divided, with some cal...

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