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    IFP and The Film Society of Lincoln Center Announce Collaboration for Independent Film Week 2011

    Independent Film Project (IFP) and the Film Society of Lincoln Center has announced the new collaboration that includes the relocation of IFP’s signature program, Independent Film Week, to The Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Elinor Bunin Monroe Film Center and to provide joint programming during th...

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    IFP’s Independent Film Week To Launch “Future of Film Today” Short Film Series

    New York, NY – In partnership with Royal Bank of Canada and the Mayor’s Office of Media & Entertainment, IFP announced the launch of the “The Future of Film Today” short film series, highlighting the work and personal stories of six talented New York-based independent filmmakers during Independent Film Week. Formerly known as the IFP Market, Independent Film Week is the leading forum in the U.S. dedicated to discovering and showcasing new independent film projects and talent. It is the place where filmmakers, film lovers and film professionals can come together to support new projects in development and new voices on the independent film sce...

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    Toronto International Film Festival Other Programs

    The Toronto International Film Festival®’s Industry Programmes continue to develop and support the film industry, both at home and around the world, through innovative networking and career-development initiatives. The 2011 TIFF Industry programming lineup presents diverse sessions that explore the worlds of gaming, international co-production, costume design, soundtracks and music scoring, and provides a forum for provocative conversations about complex issues including funding, VOD distribution models, and the burgeoning Chinese film industry. The Festival welcomes industry professionals from around the world including filmmakers Bruce McDo...

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    Women to Watch: Mindy Affrime Talks About Golf in the Kingdom

    Golf In The Kingdom is opening July 29th at the AMC Empire Theatre NYC in Times Square and August 6th at the Bagdad Cinema, Portland Oregon. Times Square is the busiest, most trafficked AMC theatre in the country. For a self-distributed film, this is a phenomenal coup. AMC is giving the Kingdom team one week guaranteed, extending will be based on how well they do. They are willing to take a risk and the exposure will be tremendous. The trailer should be ready in a few weeks and will start playing.Interview with Michael Murphy: PGA Tour, Sirius Radio. Mike Murphy and the gang will all be in NYC for a week; events, book signings, parties an...

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    The Polish Bros. and Joe Swanberg: Can Streaming Sustain Anything More Than Small Success Stories?

    A little over 18 years ago, when video on demand meant you were driving to Blockbuster and no red envelopes carried DVDs to millions of mailboxes around the country, the first movie arrived on the internet.

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    Critic's Notebook | "Harry Potter" Is Dead, but Its Corporate Overlords Live On

    In "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2," Daniel Radcliffe's young wizard receives advice from the ghost of his mentor, Albus Dumbledore: "Do not pity the dead, Harry. Pity the living."

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    The 2nd Annual New Media Film Festival

    World Premieres Screen at 2nd Annual New Media Film Festival 2011

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