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    Palm Springs Shorts Fest Line up Showcases High Profile Roster

    Award-winning live-action and animated films from the Cannes, Berlin, Clermont-Ferrand, Annecy, Aspen, and Toronto Festivals and the European Film Award winner are among the opening night highlights for the Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films and Short Film Market (ShortsFest), taking...

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    Edinburgh Fest Readies for "Flying Scotsman"; Artistic Director Shane Danielsen Speaks Up

    The world premiere of Douglas Mackinnon's "The Flying Scotsman" will open the Edinburgh International Film Festival Monday, ushering in the 60th edition of the event (August 14 - 27), one of the world's longest running film festivals. This year's line up includes 163 films from 37 countries, with 34 designated as world or international debuts and 70 screening as U.K. premieres. In celebration of this year's landmark edition, the festival has been extended by two days. Academy Award-winner Sir Sean Connery will take centerstage at this year's event, serving as the festival's "Patron" August 16 - 26. Connery will host a special 60th Birthday P...

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    10 Shorts to Launch Statewide Rhode Island International Film Festival

    Ten short films are slated to launch the tenth annual Rhode Island Film Festival, taking place this year August 8 - 13 in Providence and other cities throughout the New England state. This year's line up includes 283 features from 40 countries with 27 world premieres and 19 U.S. premieres. Rhode Isl...

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    Sarajevo Fest Celebrates Regional Films in This Year's Line up

    The Sarajevo Film Festival(August 18 - 26) will open its event with Corneliu Porumboiu's "12:08 East of Bucharest," launching the 12th edition of the festival known for putting the spotlight on world cinema. The film recalls the days following the fall of dictator Ceausescu, and the owner of a local TV station in a town east of the capital who invites two locals to recall their days of "revolutionary glory." "Bucharest" is one of nine films screening in the festival's features competition. Also on tap this year are tributes to filmmakers Abel Ferrara and Hungarian director Bela Tarr. Ferrara's Venice 2005 film "Mary" as well as Tarr's classi...

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    Toronto Maps Out 20 Titles for 2006 Discovery Section for New Filmmakers

    Twenty films are set to screen in this year's Discovery program at the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival, so far. Organizers unveiled 13 new films that will be seen in the section, joining the seven previously announced titles. The eleven year old section spotlights new filmmakers from around...

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    Locarno 59 Goes Leaner; Introduces "Filmmakers of the Present" Competition

    Michael Mann's "Miami Vice" is on tap to usher in the 59th International Film Festival Locarno, taking place in the picturesque lakeside Swiss town August 2 - 12. The festival, one of the oldest in the world, will fete 25% fewer films this year, screening 170 titles compared with 250 in 2005, though Locarno is introducing its new "Filmmakers of the Present Competition," which will fete "innovative" work. Special honorees this year include Russian filmmaker Alexander Sokurov ("The Lonely Human Voice," 1987) who will receive the event's Leopard of Honor prize, while actor Willem Dafoe will be this year's recipient of the Locarno Excellence Awar...

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    Music, Humor, War and Personal Struggle Among 22 Docs Unveiled for Toronto Fest

    The Toronto International Film Festival revealed 22 additional documentary films that will join five previously announced titles in the Real to Reel section at the 31st annual event. Thirteen films will screen as world premieres, while three each are international, North American and Canadian premieres. Docs making their world premiere in this year's Toronto fest, taking place September 7 - 16, include AJ Schnack's "Kurt Cobain About a Son" (US), Asger Leth's "Ghosts of Cite Soleil" (Denmark/Haiti/US), Macky Alston's "The Killer Within" (US), Petra Epperlein and Michael Tucker's "The Prisoner Or: How I Planned to Kill Tony Blair" (Germany/US)...

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    Britdoc Set for Inaugural U.K. Film Fest

    Twenty feature films are in the lineup for the inaugural Britdoc festival kicking off this week in Oxford, England in the British university town. The event will run from July 26 - 28. American, British and international titles are slated for the fest's international in competition section, includin...

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    "Dios" and "Quinceanera" Bookend 7th New York Latino Film Fest

    Sixty domestic and international titles are slated for this year's New York International Latino Film Festival, including director Carlos Bolado's "Solo Dios Sabe" (Only God Knows), which will open the event July 2th5 in Gotham. The 2006 Sundance world cinema feature stars Diego Luna ("Y Tu Mama Tam...

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    Toronto International Film Festival Opens Canada First! with "Fido" and to Screen Eight World Debuts

    The 31st Toronto International Film Festival has revealed details of its Canada First! line up, with Andrew Currie's zombie film "Fido" opening the section, which will spotlight nine feature films, with eight screening as world premieres, organizers announced Tuesday. Additionally the festival, taki...

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