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    RESFEST Gears Up for 40 City Tour

    Launching what it calls it's most "extensive tour yet," RESFEST '05 will debut in New York September 15-18, the first of 40 cities worldwide bringing its signature mix of short film and music video programs, special events, parties and live music. This year's RESFEST program of curated screenings wi...

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    Lincoln Center Takes the LATINBEAT

    A slew of American premieres from south of the U.S. border will once again be the spotlight of the Film Society of Lincoln Center's LatinBeat, taking place at the Walter Reade Theater in Manhattan. Nineteen films from nine countries will screen this year. Additionally, the program will again salute ...

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    Toronto Adds Another Gala, Announces 21 non-English Films

    More details of the 30th Toronto International Film Festival were announced Thursday. Twenty-one non English-language titles from 14 countries have been added to the line-up for the 30th Toronto International Film Festival, with ten world premieres, three international premieres, and eight North American premieres slated for the event taking place September 8 - 17. Also added is director Hermine Huntgeburth's world premiere, "The White Masai," which will be a Gala screening. Based on the best-selling autobiographical book by Corinne Hofmann, the film tells the epic story of a young woman who defies countless cultural obstacles in Africa to be...

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    "Nine Lives," "Fratricide" Among Numerous Winners At Locarno

    With nearly as many categories as there are days in the festival, over a dozen winners for the Locarno International Film Festival were announced Saturday, August 13, heaping kudos and cash prizes on outstanding films and their makers. Among them was Rodrigo Garcia's "Nine Lives," which garnered three awards including the International Competition's Golden Leopard. Yilmaz Arslan's "Fratricide" was another festival favorite, picking up the Silver Leopard while Nobuhiro Suwa's "Un Couple Parfait" earned the Special Jury Prize. The International Federation Film Societies' Don Quixote award went to Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige for "A Perf...

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    NYFF '05 Sets Slate; "Cache" Closing And "Pluto" Centerpiece At Fest

    The New York Film Festival returns for a 43rd edition this fall offering a program of 24 features on its roster, in addition to a number of special screenings. After opening with the previously announced "Good Night, And Good Luck" by George Clooney, the festival will continue through October 9, 2005 when it will close with Michael Haneke's "Cache" (Hidden), a hit at this year's Cannes Film Festival where it was acquired by Sony Pictures Classics. Neil Jordan's "Breakfast on Pluto", starring Cillian Murphy as an Irish transvestite who moves to London in search of a lost parent (also from Sony Classics) is this year's Centerpiece screening at ...

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    Toronto Fest to Fete "Wallace & Gromit" in Gala; Reitman, Maysles, Anderson and Park Among Event's "

    The 30th Toronto International Film Festival released more details of its September event, including the North American premiere of "Wallace & Gromit - The Curse of the Were-Rabbit," screening as a festival gala, and this year's participants in the fest's signature "Mavericks" series as well as ...

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    "Firecracker" and "Live Freaky!" Bookend 12th Chicago Underground Film Festival

    Twenty features and more than 130 shorts will fill the 12th annual Chicago Underground Film Festival beginning Thursday, August 18 at the Music Box Theatre through August 25. Opening the event is the Midwest debut of Steve Balderson's "Firecracker," set against the "stark beauty" of the Middle West....

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    National Geographic to Showcase Indigenous and Minority-Culture Film at All Roads Film Festival in D

    The work of indigenous and other "under-represented minority-culture filmmakers and photographers from around the world will be heralded at the upcoming All Roads Film Festival, taking place in Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles beginning in September. The four-day multimedia event will feature four e...

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    Hartman's "No Picnic" Set for Spotlight at 3rd Howl Film Fest

    Philip Hartman's "No Picnic", described as "a cinematic love letter to a pre-gentrification New York City," will be presented as part of the 3rd HOWL! Film Festival in New York City's East Village, a section of the upcoming HOWL! Festival of East Village Arts. A new print of Hartman's film, commemor...

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    29 Docs Set So Far for '05 Toronto International Film Fest

    With less than a month to go before the 30th Toronto International Film Festival kicks off, organizers announced 29 documentaries to be included in the festival lineup. Among them are 13 world, two international and five North American premieres from 16 countries. Highlights include the world premie...

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