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    TCM Classic Film Festival is Hit, and is Coming Back

    Last weekend's TCM Classic Film Festival in LA was such a hit that it's coming back in 2011. TCM targeted an aging demo starving for classic movies and created an event feel, with Q & As and panels, from Danny and Anjelica Huston honoring their father and grandfather in The Treasure of the Sierra Ma...

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    Sundance Stories of Yore: "Pi"

    Sundance Stories of Yore: "Pi"

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    Sundance Stories of Yore: "Clerks"

    Sundance Stories of Yore: "Clerks"

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    Sundance Stories of Yore: "Slacker"

    Sundance Stories of Yore: "Slacker"

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    Top Ten Holiday Rituals

    Forget chestnuts roasting on an open fire. Here are my fave holiday rituals:

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    Women in Film: Journos Pick Top 100

    It was Philadelphia Inquirer critic Carrie Rickey's idea. After realizing that the American Film Insititute's nomination ballot for last year's list of 100 best American movies comprised 400 titles, of which 4.5 were directed by women, she suggested that the Alliance of Women Film Journalists, of wh...

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    Greetings from Lucasland

    I went up to SF last week with some Variety folks for a meeting at Lucasfilm's Presidio digs, complete with tour. We pulled up at the Letterman Digital Art Center on a gorgeous sunny spring day. The new white buildings fit into the rolling landscape as if they belonged there; George Lucas brought over the same Mission vibe that he had at the Mill Valley Skywalker Ranch. The big new 35 mm/Christie 2K screening room, which holds 296 removeable seats and a computer hook-up, was stunning too. (There are two smaller ones and seven "view stations" as well.) We watched a cool history timeline of ILM FX, from 1977's Star Wars through Willow, The Aby...

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