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    DAILY NEWS: Miami and Palm Springs Announce their Openers, and a New Doc Program for Canadian Filmm

    DAILY NEWS: Miami and Palm Springs Announce their Openers, and a New Doc Program for Canadian Filmmakersby Eugene Hernandez and Wendy Mitchell/indieWIRE with a report by Christopher Henderson>> Miami Fest To Open in February With Spanish Comedy "The Other Side of the Bed"

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    INTERVIEW: Cinematography As Poetry: Ellen Kuras Talks About The DV Challenges of "Personal Velocity

    INTERVIEW: Cinematography As Poetry: Ellen Kuras Talks About The DV Challenges of "Personal Velocity"

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    REVIEW: "The Quiet American" or "Bowling for Hanoi"

    REVIEW: "The Quiet American" or "Bowling for Hanoi"

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    DAILY NEWS: IDFA Docs Gear Up in Amsterdam; and iW Buzz with Larry Clark News and Other Updates

    DAILY NEWS: IDFA Docs Gear Up in Amsterdam; and iW Buzz with Larry Clark News and Other Updatesby Eugene Hernandez and Wendy Mitchell/indieWIRE>> DISPATCH FROM EUROPE: Provocative Docs Take Centerstage in Amsterdam

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    FESTIVAL: Despite the Pampered New Digs; AFI Fest Offers Hope for L.A.'s Cinephilic Complacency

    FESTIVAL: Despite the Pampered New Digs; AFI Fest Offers Hope for L.A.'s Cinephilic Complacency

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    DAILY NEWS: Torino Film Festival Wrap; And MIX's Surprise 16th Outing

    DAILY NEWS: Torino Film Festival Wrap; And MIX's Surprise 16th Outingby Brian Brooks and Wendy Mitchell/indieWIRE>> Torino Offers Cutting-Edge Fare; "Satin Rouge" Claims Jury Prize

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    DAILY NEWS: Scarlet Named To Top Post at Tribeca Film Festival

    DAILY NEWS: Scarlet Named To Top Post at Tribeca Film Festivalby Eugene Hernandez/indieWIRE(indieWIRE: 11.20.02) -- Peter Scarlet, longtime head of the San FranciscoInternational Film Festival, has been named executive director of theTribeca Film Festival. Event co-founders Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal made the announcement yesterday, concluding a search that began earlier this year.Scarlet, a native of Manhattan, recently served as the director general ofthe Cinematheque Francaise. He is best known for his work heading the SanFrancisco International Film Festival as its director from 1983 to 2001. Infact, his new post may even put him i...

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    REVIEW: The Postmodern Melodrama of Almodovar's "Talk to Her"

    REVIEW: The Postmodern Melodrama of Almodovar's "Talk to Her"

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    DAILY NEWS: "Amaro," "Ararat" and "Way Home" Debut Atop Limited Release Box Office

    DAILY NEWS: "Amaro," "Ararat" and "Way Home" Debut Atop Limited Release Box Officeby Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE(indieWIRE: 11.19.02) -- It was a great weekend for a number of new releaseswith "The Crime of Father Amaro," "Ararat" and "Long Way Home" all making waves in their debut weekends.Samuel Goldwyn opened its controversial "El Crimen del Padre Amaro" (The Crime of Father Amaro) over the weekend to protests in Los Angeles and healthy boxoffice returns from both coasts. The film, directed by Carlos Carrera, openedin 43 screens earning $496,290 for an $11,600 per screen average. "Amaro,"starring Gael Garcia Bernal about ...

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    DAILY NEWS: Sante Fe Festival Lineup; "Chicago" in Palm Springs; and "Left of Center" Films

    DAILY NEWS: Sante Fe Festival Lineup; "Chicago" in Palm Springs; and "Left of Center" Filmsby Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE with an article byChristopher Henderson>> Santa Fe Fest To Present 130 Films From 17 Countries(indieWIRE: 11.18.02) -- The third-annual Santa Fe Film Festival willpresent more than 20 U.S. or Southwestern premieres from December 4-8 in NewMexico, organizers announced. In total, the emerging festival will screenmore than 130 films from 17 countries.The festival opens with the dual screenings of Todd Loiuso's "Love Liza"starring Philip Seymour Hoffman as a web designer coping with his wife'sunexpected suicid...

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