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    NY NY | Museum of Moving Image Goes on Cruise Control; Miramax Fetes "No Country" and Other Israel F

    Everything was classy in New York this week. The Museum of the Moving Image threw a black-tie gala salute for Tom Cruise as a benefit for its education department, and the actor kept his crazy in check to deliver a humble thank-you. Cruise's fellow glitterati, meanwhile praised the actor's work ethic and common touch. Miramax gave a dose of its own glamor, hosting the New York premiere for the Coen Brothers horrific new film and chased it with a lovely little well-catered reception. And bringing a new event to the Big Apple is always a logistic challenge, but the Other Israel Film Festival discovered the difficulties of trying to do the right...

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    Do You Know Your HIVs?

    Do You Know Your HIVs?

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    New York City Marathon

    New York City Marathon

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    Talking Shit About A Pretty Sunset

    Talking Shit About A Pretty Sunset

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    Halloween in New York

    Halloween in New York

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    INDUSTRY MOVES | Terranova Joins Tribeca Fest; Kwok Upped; La'Bassiere On Board

    Genna Terranova is leaving her post as VP of acquisitions at The Weinstein Company to join the Tribeca Film Festival as its new Senior Programmer. The fest also announced the promotion of longtime fest programmer David Kwok to Director of Programming. Both report to Artistic Director Peter Scarlet. Also joining the festival is the new director of industry relations, Julie La'Bassiere. She will run a year-round industry department in Tribeca. "We are extremely pleased to have Genna Terranova joining the Festival; she brings a freshness and new perspective to the programming team. Additionally David Kwok has been an instrumental part of our tea...

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    iW NEWS | New NYC Film Permit Rules Unveiled

    After a recent public outcry and subsequent feedback from filmmakers and photographers, New York City's Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting (MOFTB) Commissioner Katherine Oliver unveiled a new permit rule proposal that requires a shooting permit, "if production equipment or vehicles create an obstruction, but not for productions that only use hand-held cameras or tripods that don't cause an obstruction." As announced by the IFP late Monday, the complete rules are available via a PDF on the MOFTB website. The next step in the process will include a public comment period and hearing for reactions to the proposal. "During the rule d...

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    NY NY | Haneke at the MoMA; De Palma at the Academy; "Frank and Cindy" at CMJ

    As October reached its midsection, screens in New York turn inevitably turn to horror films of all varieties. On Monday night, Michael Haneke was in attendance for an oblique Q&A for his "Funny Games", while Brian De Palma and Amy Irving discussed their classic "Carrie" at the Academy Theater; on T...

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    Arikian Leaving EFM Post to Head Hamptons Fest

    European Film Market co-director Karen Arikian has been named the new Executive Director of the Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF). Arikian will join the festival, which is opening its 15th annual event on Wednesday, after the 2008 Berlin International Film Festival. The move comes as the H...

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    iW NEWS | Schnabel Wins Hamptons' Sloan Prize

    Julian Schnabel's "The Diving Bell & The Butterfly" has been named the winner of the Hamptons International Film Festival's $25,000 Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Feature Film Prize. The prize is awarded to a feature film that, "explores science and technology themes in fresh, innovative ways and depict...

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