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    NYP | Tribeca Fest Dropping '08 Prices, Consolidating Venues

    The New York Post reports today that the Tribeca Film Festival will lower its general ticket prices and consolidate its venues this year (dropping general ticket prices from $18 to $15 this year and launching packages with lower rates). "We tried to balance our budget by increasing ticket prices, which was a big mistake," festival co-executive director Nancy Schafer told the Post. "So we're listening to our customers." She and co-exec director Paola Freccero indicated that the fest will abandon most uptown Manhattan screenings, anchored this year mainly at Tribeca Cinemas, Pace College, Borough of Manhattan Community College, AMC Loews Villag...

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    INSIDE WORD | Nugent at Hamptons Fest

    New Hamptons Programmer... The Hamptons International Film Festival has hired the Newport fest's David Nugent as its new Director of Programming. Nugent, who was hired last month and has left Newport to join HIFF in the new year, worked with the Hamptons last year as a programming consultant followi...

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    NY NY | "Diving Bell" Previews; MoMI in "Glorious Technicolor!"; New York Remembers Ingmar Bergman

    So. New Yorkers. Were you lured into paying money to see Richard Kelly's "Southland Tales" after evil bitches J. Hoberman and Manohla Dargis swore it wasn't the total disaster everybody else said it was? Did it leave you never wanting to see a movie again? Yeah, me too. Luckily, tonic was readi...

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    Live From New York, But Not On TV

    Live From New York, But Not On TV

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    iW NEWS | Set to Remember Pilar Miro, FSLC Previews Spanish Series

    Running for much of December at the Walter Reade Theater, the Film Society of Lincoln Center's Spanish Cinema Now series (December 7 - 27) will feature 15 new features and a tribute to Pilar Miro, as well as a look at the Spanish Civil War series, "The War on Film." In a statement, Film Society of L...

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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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