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    Festival Focus: Mill Valley Film Festival

    This is the first of a series of blogs to be written during the Mill Valley Film Festival (October 3-13) which we are honored to be posting. Founded in 1978 by California Film Institute Director Mark Fishkin, the Festival is well known for the quality of its pr...

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    New U.K. Distributor: New Sparta Acquires and Re-launches Icon Film Distribution

    Icon U.K. Group CEO Aviv Giladi and the founder of New Sparta Ltd, Dr Jerome Booth recently announced that New Sparta has acquired Icon Film Distribution (IFD), the U.K. distribution operation of Icon U.K. Group, in association with a management team led by Ian Dawson, Chief Executive Officer, and...

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    Women to Watch: Director Isabel Coixet and Her New Film Project Starring Dafoe and Binoche

    Continuing with her prolific career Spanish director Isabel Coixet has recently just wrapped up production on her film Learning to Drive starring Ben Kingsley and Patricia Clarkson, all before the release of her psychological thriller Another Me this fall via Fox International and starring Sophie ...

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    11th San Diego Black Film Fest Pushes Black Artists' Films to the Forefront

    Aiming to highlight the African and African-American experience in film, the San Diego Black Film Festival will return next year (January 30 to February 2, 2014) to provide exposure to stories and projects that are usually underrepresented on mainstream filmmaking. Hosted in one of California's mor...

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    Rutger Hauer to Executive Produce Kalliope Films 'Van Gogh' Biopic

    In commemoration of the 125th anniversary of master Dutch painter's Vincent Van Gogh passing, Golden Globe-winning Dutch producer 'Sir' Rutger Hauer (Blade Runner, Sin City, HBO's “True Blood" )will executive produce a new biopic titled Van Gogh, an ambitious project set to be released in...

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    Interview: Dir. John Krokidas and Screenwriter Austin Bunn Decode Their Film 'Kill Your Darlings'

    John Krokidas debut feature, Kill Your Darlings, exudes passion, for love, for heartbreak, for writing, for cinema. It is not a surprise both him and his writing partner were so excited to talk about their project, and explain how important their devotion to the characters, and their stor...

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    LatinoBuzz: LALIFF-16TH Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival- Line Up

    After being cancelled last year, sadly, for lack of funding, the Latino International Film Festival (LALIFF) returns stronger than ever to treat audiences to some of the best cinematic works, of all lengths and genres, created by Latino American filmmakers in their native countries or by Latino crea...

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    'Traces of Sandalwood' on IndieGoGo

    From Pontas Films comes the adaptation of international bestseller Traces of Sandalwood, the tale of a Bollywood star’s search for her long lost sister. We know the Producer and Screenwriter Anna Soler-Pont (who is based in Barcelona) for many years now and she is Producing this in cooper...

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    LatinoBuzz: Dreaming About Immigration Reform, Documentaries at the New York Film Festival

    Just this past Monday, 30 undocumented immigrants who had returned to Mexico (either through deportation or voluntarily) attempted to enter the U.S. through a legal port of entry in Laredo, Texas. Known as the Dream 30, they are young people who grew up in the United States but have no cl...

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    LatinoBuzz: Fernando Eimbcke on Filmmaking: "I Don't Want to Think Too Much About Style"

    At the screening of his newest film, Club Sandwich, when asked about his aesthetic choices Mexican filmmaker, Fernando Eimbcke, rejected the notion that his films have a particular look. “It’s not a style. I don’t want to think too much about style.” His preference is to focus on the...

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