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    PARK CITY '08 | First Timers, Personal Films Dominate Sundance' 08 Slate; Fest Unveils Competition R

    While the dramatic competition lineup for the 2008 Sundance Film Festival includes a few familiar names, such as the return to Park City by "Half Nelson" filmmakers Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden or the new film from "All the Boys Love Mandy Lane" director Jonathan Levine, and even an American feature by...

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    FESTIVALS | Local Filmmaker's "It's Hard to Be Nice" Opening 13th Sarajevo Film Festival; Fest Spotl

    Local filmmaker Srdan Vuletic's "It's Hard to be Nice" is opening the 13th Sarajevo Film Festival this Friday, August 17, kicking off the event which continues in the capital of the former Yugoslav republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina through August 25. The Eastern European-heavy festival are also sla...

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    TORONTO '07 | Conflicts and Character in the Spotlight as TIFF Unveils Doc Slate

    The Toronto International Film Festival unveiled this year's full documentary line up for its Real to Reel section, describing the roster as "politically engaged work and in-depth character studies." Thirteen American docs join this year's list of 20 Real to Reel films in addition to two U.S. and overseas co-productions. Conflicts past and present with an emphasis on the Muslim world are among this year's major themes, including a look back at the Algeria's conflict with France for independence in Jean-Pierre Lledo's "Algerrie, Histories a Ne Pas Dire," while Phil Donahue and Ellen Spiro's "Body of War" gives a personal account of the war in ...

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    TORONTO '07 | "Elizabeth: The Golden Age" Set for 32nd TIFF; Fest Names 32 Films for '07 Event

    Shekhar Kapur's "Elizabeth: The Golden Age" will premiere as a Gala Presentation at the 32nd Toronto International Film Festival, organizers have announced. Reprising the roles they originated in seven-time Academy Award-nominated "Elizabeth," Cate Blanchett and Geoffrey Rush star in the historical thriller. Queen Elizabeth I (Academy Award-winner Blanchett) faces bloodlust for her throne and familial betrayal in this installment. Growing keenly aware of the changing religious and political tides of late 16th century Europe, Elizabeth finds her rule openly challenged by the Spanish King Philip II (Jordi Molla)--with his powerful army and sea-...

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    "Golden Door" Opens a Golden San Francisco International Film Festival

    The San Francisco International Film Festival announced a robust lineup for the festival's 50th edition during a press conference Tuesday at the Westin St. Francis Hotel, with 200 films on the roster from 54 countries, and awards in more than 13 categories showing at a variety of locations, but cent...

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    "The Namesake" Opens Cinequest; Fest Touts Film Distribution Scheme

    Director Mira Nair's latest, "The Namesake" opens the 2007 Cinequest Film Festival Wednesday night in San Jose, CA, launching the 11-day event. This year's lineup includes 14 films screening in Cinequest's Maverick narrative competition, while 13 are on tap for the doc competition. In addition to a ...

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    Shelly's "Waitress" to Open 13th US Comedy Arts Festival Wednesday

    Thirty features including three world premieres, two North American debuts and twenty shorts are on tap for the 13th installment of the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, which will open with 2007 Sundance film, "Waitress," by the late Adrienne Shelly this Wednesday. The film is Shelly's second at USCAF. In...

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    "Martin Frost" and "Glue" to Open 36th New Directors/New Film Series

    Novelist/director Paul Auster's "The Inner Life of Martin Frost" will open the 36th New Directors/New Films series slated for March 21 - April 1 with screenings at MoMA's Titus 1 Theater and Lincoln Center's Walter Reade Theater. Argentine director Alexis Dos Santos' "Glue" will be the second opener...

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    SXSW '07 | 61 World Premieres Set for 2007 Fest in Austin; Frank's "The Lookout" Opens March Event

    The South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Conference and Festival unveiled the feature lineup for its upcoming 14th edition, with 110 films slated for the fest's diverse sections over nine days. The increasingly important U.S. film festival and conference precedes the popular SXSW Music gathering in Austin...

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    "Black Book" and "The Heart of the Earth" to Bookend 24th Miami Film Fest

    Details of the 24th Miami International Film Festival have been revealed with 112 films slated for this year's roster, including 92 features and 20 shorts. Opening this year's edition is director Paul Verhoeven's "Black Book," while the awards climax will be a screening of "Ira & Abby" by Robert Cary and "The Heart of the Earth" by Antonio Cuadri will close the festival, which will take place March 2 -11. This year's slate will include seven world, 32 international, North American and U.S. premieres as well as 45 East Coast debuts. The festival also announced that this will be the final year for festival director Nicole Guillemet, who has ser...

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