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iW ROUND UP | Friday, October 31st

iW ROUND UP | Friday, October 31st

indieWIRE’s snapshot of news and views from around the web on Halloween.

Roger’s Rules of Order
Twenty tips for critics from Ebert, or in his words, “As the senior newspaper guy still hanging onto a job, I think the task of outlining enduring ethical ground rules falls upon me.” [SUN-TIMES]

Andrew Johnston: 1968 – 2008
Matt Zoller Seitz reflects movingly on the life and work of his friend and fellow critic. [HR]

France Sex Problem?
French film “Cliente” starring Nathalie Baye as a 50-plus woman paying for a male prostitute “for the fun of it” symbolizes a quiet new sexual revolution in France. [NYT]

Halloween Round Up
A snapshopt of film links as October comes to a close. [GREENCINE]

Peace Arch Pair?
The indie company is apparently pursuing Mark Webber’s “Explicit Ills” and Charles Adelman’s “Two:Thirteen.” [HR]

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