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    iPOP On the Scene: AFI Fest Brings Almodovar and Herzog to LA, While "Marilyn" Hits NYC

    iPOP On the Scene: AFI Fest Brings Almodovar and Herzog to LA, While "Marilyn" Hits NYC

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    The 2011 AFI Fest Winners Unveiled

    AFI Fest handed out Jury and Audience prizes druing a quick ceremony Thursday morning in Hollywood, with Alexandra-Therese Keining's "With Every Heartbeat" taking the festival's audience nod in its Breakthrough section, while "Bullhead" by Michaël R. Roskam took the ...

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    AFI Fest Steadfast for World Cinema

    Since opening back in 1971 as FILMEX, later re-branded under the American Film Institute, AFI Fest has long been a Los Angeles showcase for the latest in international titles. While world cinema remains the event's biggest component, there's an increasing number of high-profile galas such as...

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    AFI Fest 2011 | 14 Directors In Their Own Words

    Indiewire invited directors with films in 2011 AFI Fest’s Breakthrough, New Auteurs and Young Americans section to submit responses in their own words about their films. Below 14 AFI filmmakers open up about their works playing at the event. AFI Fest wraps Thursday, November 10 in Los Angeles.

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    9 Knockout Animated Shorts: Spike Jonze & Quay Playing AFI Fest 2011

    Screening late in 2011 means AFI Fest is able to gather up the year’s best animation and present it in one killer program of short films. Recent work by the Quay Brothers, Spike Jonze, and the BAFTA-winning Michael Please are programmed alongside an impressive number of top-notch pieces by fe...

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    Meet the 2011 AFI Fest Filmmakers | Tristan Patterson Talks “Dragonslayer”

    Filmed in and around abandoned houses, punk shows, and empty swimming pools in Fullerton, CA, “Dragonslayer” is a gritty documentary portrait of Josh “Skreech” Sandoval, a truly unique character who operates on his own wavelength. Something of a local skate legend, Skreech is...

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    IFC Films' Fab AFI Fest Dinner

    IFC Films' Fab AFI Fest Dinner

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