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    "Dust" and "Smoking" Bookend 21st Santa Barbara International Film Fest

    The Santa Barbara International Film Festival has unveiled details of its upcoming 21st edition, including 20 world premieres and 11 U.S. premieres, which will screen in the picturesque California seaside town February 2 - 12, 2006. The newly-expanded 11-day fest will begin with the world premiere screening of Academy Award-winning director Robert Towne's ("Chinatown") latest film, "Ask The Dust," starring Salma Hayek and Colin Farrell. In this adaptation of John Fante's Depression-era novel, Hayek plays fiery beauty Camilla, who hopes to rise above her station by marrying a wealthy American, but runs into complications after meeting Arturo ...

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    Film Society of Lincoln Center's Spanish Cinema Now Series

    The 14th annual Spanish Cinema Now film series, presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center and Instituto Cervantes, is currently running through Wednesday, December 28, spotlighting the latest offernings from Spain. Screenings are taking place at the Walter Reade Theater.

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    17th Palm Springs Festival Brings "The New World" and Foreign Oscar Submissions to the Desert

    Plans for the 17th Palm Springs International Film Festival have been announced with 232 films from 70 countries, including four world, 31 North American and 51 U.S. premieres slated. Once again the festival will spotlight entries for the best foreign language Oscar consideration, with 51 of this ye...

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    Dubai International Film Festival Kicks Off with "Paradise Now"

    The Dubai International Film Festival in the United Arab Emirates kicked off its second edition Sunday. "Paradise Now," directed by Hany Abu-Assad, opened the festival on December 11, with ninety-eight films from 46 countries to screen throughout the seven days of the festival.

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    "Henderson," "Brokeback," and "Three Burials" Highlight Santa Fe Fest

    The 2005 Santa Fe Film Festival opened this week with Stephen Frears' "Mrs. Henderson Presents" with Judi Dench, ushering in the event which is screening 200 films from nearly 40 countries. Dench plays a plucky British widow in the feature who keeps alive a legendary London music hall during the hei...

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    CineMart Announces Selections for 23rd Event in Rotterdam

    The 35th International Film Festival Rotterdam has announced 45 projects that will screen in its market, CineMart, which will take place January 29 - February 2 in the Dutch city. The program includes new productions by established art house directors such as Pablo Trapero, Guy Maddin, Alexej German...

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    Slamdance Set With Lineup for 12th Annual Park City Fest

    The 2006 Slamdance Film Festival will screen twenty competition feature films (11 narrative and 9 doc) this year, along with six special screenings, with the festival kicking off on January 19th with Larry Clark's "Wassup Rockers." Fifty-seven short films are set for this year's festival, organizers...

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    Sundance Unveils Short Film Lineup for '06 Fest

    A total of 73 short films -- dramatic, documentary, and animated -- will screen at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival. The shorts were selected from a total of 4,327 submitted for the upcoming festival, running January 19 - 19, in Utah. All of the films will also be available beginning on January 19th ...

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    Holofcener's "Friends" To Open Sundance; Fest's Premieres Lineup Unveiled

    Nicole Holofcener's "Friends With Money" will open the 2006 Sundance Film Festival on January 19th in Park City, UT. The festival's closing film will be Nick Cassavetes' "Alpha Dog." Sundance organizers made the announcement today, also unveiling the roster of high-profile, often star-driven, titles...

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    Sundance Sets Slates for Spectrum, Frontier, and Midnight Sections

    Making the second of four program announcements, the Sundance Film Festival unveiled the rosters for the Spectrum, Frontier, and Park City at Midnight sections. The new Spectrum section, renamed from the former 'American Spectrum' section, will now include both American and international titles. As ...

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