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    Women to Watch: Russia to Open Beverly Hills Russian Film Commission Office

    Russia’s Roskino / SEF – formerly known as Sovexportfilm – will set up business, and open a full time office, in the USA.  Recently, while attending the Berlinale European Film Market, the company announced, via Roskino / SEF CEO Catherine Mtsitouridze and US based Commis...

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    Kino Lorber to Release "Alps," New Film from "Dogtooth" Filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos

    Kino Lorber has announced that they will be releasing "Alps" the new film from Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos, whose critically praised last film "Dogtooth" garnered an Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Language Film. The film will be released in the US in Spring 2012.

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    "Habemus Papam" and Daniele Luchetti Tribute at SF Film Society's New Italian Cinema Festival

    The San Francisco Film Society and New Italian Cinema Events of Florence, Italy will present an eight-day festival devoted to bringing Italy's newest directors and films to the Bay Area.

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    Tinker, Tailor, Solider, Spy Will Open Ghent Film Festival

    Tomas Alfredson will be on hand to present his latest film “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy” when the Ghent Film Festival opens on October 11th. The 38th incarnation of the Belgian-based festival will feature Alfredson’s film and a dozen others in this year’s competition.

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    "Lady" to Close 3rd Doha Tribeca Film Festival; 15 Titles Set for World Cinema Slate

    Wednesday, the Doha Film Institute (DFI) released a partial lineup for their third annual Doha Tribeca Film Festival. “The Lady,” Luc Besson’s biopic of Burmese political activist Aung San Suu Kyi, which premiered at Toronto earlier this month, will close out the five-day event on October 29th. Doha...

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    Natural History Museum Announces Margaret Mead Award Doc Filmmaker Nominees

    The Margaret Mead Film Festival, the American Museum of Natural History's annual festival of anthropological film named after the famed anthropologist, has announced the seven nominees for its Margaret Mead Filmmaker Award. The seven US premieres were chosen because they "push the boundaries of vis...

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    Norway To Submit "Happy, Happy" for Foreign Language Oscar

    First-time Norwegian director Anne Sewitsky's film "Happy, Happy" has been chosen to represent Norway in the 2012 Oscar race for Foreign Language Film. The Norwegian Oscar Committee selected the film from a shortlist that included this year's "Oslo, August 31st" and "Sons of Norway."

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    Fortissimo Films Strikes International Distribution Deal with Abu Dhabi Producer

    Imagenation Abu Dhabi has entered into an exclusive international distribution deal with Fortissimo Films.

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    Film Society Bringing Contemporary Polish Cinema to NYC This Fall

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center is teaming with the Polish Cultural Institute of New York for a week of contemporary Polish cinema. The series features Jacek Borcuch's "All That I Love," which played at this year's Sundance Film Festival and a two film tribute of digitally restored prints featur...

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