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    "The Devil Wears Prada" to Kick Off 2006 Los Angeles Film Fest; Complete Competition Lineups Also An

    The 2006 Los Angeles Film Festival, running June 22 - July 2, 2006, will open with David Frankel's "The Devil Wears Prada" and close with Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris's Little Miss Sunshine. Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland's Quinceanera will screen as a centerpiece premiere at the festival. "We are thrilled to be bringing another wonderful slate of films from around the U.S. and abroad to Los Angeles audiences," said Rachel Rosen, Director of Programming for Film Independent and the Los Angeles Film Festival, in a statement. "This year, the Festival has something for everyone from charming comedies to heartrending documentaries. ...

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    "Candy" and "Centimeters" Bookend 18th NewFest Queer Line up

    NewFest, New York's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Film Festival has unveiled its 18th edition lineup featuring 230 films, including 45 features, 40 docs and 145 shorts. As previously announced the festival, taking place June 1 - 11, will open with the New York premiere of Paul Dinello's "St...

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    Seattle International Film Fest To Screen Over 400 Films During 32nd Edition

    The Seattle International Film Festival has announced the lineup for its 32nd edition, which will showcase 419 feature length and short films from 60 countries during its 25-day run. The fest will take place May 25-June 18 and includes 19 world premieres, 41 North American and 22 U.S. premieres. Neil Burger's "The Illusionist," starring Ed Norton, Paul Giamatti and Jessica Biel, will open the event. The film is a romantic thriller about a magician named Eisenheim who has the ability to "mesmerize" crowds. Michel Gondry's 2006 Berlinale feature, "The Science of Sleep," about a young man whose waking life and dream life begin to blur after his ...

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    CANNES '06: Line up Set for 38th Directors' Fortnight

    Since 1969, the French Directors Guild has programmed a selection of films in Cannes from around the world, known as the Directors' Fortnight that is independent from the Cannes Official Selection. The line up includes both established new talent as well as filmmakers who are little known in the West. The 38th edition of the Directors Fortnight will take place May 18 - 28 and includes 22 features of which four are purely U.S. titles, including Julian Goldberger's 2006 Sundance Film Festival competition feature, "The Hawk is Dying." Eight films will screen in Directors' Fortnight's shorts line up with American director Carter Smith's Sundance ...

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    Asian American Films Spearhead VC Fest in LA

    L.A.'s VC FilmFest: The Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival will screen a record number of feature films from Asian American filmmakers, organizers have announced. The 22nd edition of the festival, taking place May 4 - 11 will showcase 140 films, shorts and videos with 16 feature films from 18 A...

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    Classics Old and New Set to Screen Ebert's Overlooked Fest

    A mixture of old and new fare will again screen at Roger Ebert's Overlooked Film Festival, slated for April 26 - 30 in Champaign, IL. George Cukor's 1964 classic, "My Fair Lady" will launch the event that will include 12 films curated by film critic Ebert, including Sundance 2006 favorites "Man Push Cart" and "Somebodies." Ramin Bahrani's "Man Push Cart" is the story of a Pakistani-born man who scrapes by a living by working as a vendor in a push-cart in the streets of Manhattan. The man, played by Pakistani-born Ahmad Razvi, was once a revered rock star in Pakistan, which creates an awkward situation for him when he's recognized by a fellow ...

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    "An American Haunting" and "Aurora Borealis" To Bookend 37th Nashville Fest

    The Nashville Film Festival has announced that Courtney Solomon's "An American Haunting" will be the opening night for its 37th edition to run April 20-26. Solomon's film is adapted from the 1997 novel The Bell Witch: An American Haunting and is based on true events of a family haunting in Tennessee during the 1800s. Donald Sutherland stars as the head of the household and Sissy Spacek plays his fearful wife. This year's fest will showcase over 240 features, documentaries and shorts from 44 countries. James Burke's "Aurora Borealis," will close out the festival this year. The film also stars Donald Sutherland, this time as an ailing grandfath...

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    "Queens" Reigns at 8th Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival

    The 2006 Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival has announced its eighth annual line up of galas, screenings, tributes and panels for its event taking place April 21 - 30. The festival will open with the East Coast premiere of Manuel Gomez Pereira's "Reinas (Queens) at the Gusman Center for the Performin...

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    Chema Rodriquez's "The Railroad All Stars" To Open 13th Hot Docs Fest

    Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival announced that the North American premiere of Chema Rodriquez's film, "The Railroad All Stars" will open the festival, to run April 28-May 7 in Toronto. Hot Docs is one of North America's largest documentary festivals, and the 13th edition is set ...

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    City Of Lights, City Of Angels Fest To Kick Off A Week Of French Film Premieres In Los Angeles

    The City of Lights, City of Angels festival will open its 10th anniversary edition in Los Angeles April 3rd. The festival, which runs through April 9th, is a week-long celebration of French film premieres, and the lineup features an eclectic mix of films, from Francis Veber's international premiere ...

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