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    FESTIVALS: LAIFF Unveils 2000 Lineup of Fewer Stars and More Regional Work; Festival Decided to "Try

    FESTIVALS: LAIFF Unveils 2000 Lineup of Fewer Stars and More RegionalWork; Festival Decided to "Try Something Different"

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    INTERVIEW: Scotland's Indie Film "Orphan" Peter Mullan

    INTERVIEW: Scotland's Indie Film "Orphan" Peter Mullan

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    FESTIVALS: Hollywood Back in Black; 2nd HBFF Shows Vision

    FESTIVALS: Hollywood Back in Black; 2nd HBFF Shows Vision

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    FEATURE: PROFILE: Eveo - Making Video Personal

    FEATURE: PROFILE: Eveo - Making Video Personal

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    DAILY NEWS: SightSound.com Pacts; Fox Searchlight Trio; Santa Barbara Fest

    DAILY NEWS: SightSound.com Pacts; Fox Searchlight Trio; Santa Barbara Fest

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    DAILY NEWS: Lion's Gate Gets "Cheerleader"; Lipsky's at Lot 47; IFP/West Joins LAIFF

    DAILY NEWS: Lion's Gate Gets "Cheerleader"; Lipsky's at Lot 47; IFP/WestJoins LAIFF

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    BIZ: An Englishman in Santa Monica; One Indie Filmmaker's First Trip to the American Film Market

    BIZ: An Englishman in Santa Monica; One Indie Filmmaker's First Trip to the American Film Market

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    DAILY NEWS: "Idiots" NYC Premiere; Return to "Paradise Lost"; Bolt and IFILM team

    DAILY NEWS: "Idiots" NYC Premiere; Return to "Paradise Lost"; Bolt and IFILM team

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    REVIEW: "Ghost Dog" Successfully Mixes Mafia, Samurai and Hip-Hop

    REVIEW: "Ghost Dog" Successfully Mixes Mafia, Samurai and Hip-Hopby David Bourgeois(indieWIRE/2.14.2000) -- Unmistakably his most accessible film in his 19-year career, Jim Jarmusch, the director of such films as "Stranger Than Paradise," "Mystery Train," "Down by Law," and "Dead Man" succeeds by in...

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    DAILY NEWS: "American Beauty" Big with Bafta; Trimark "Cooking"

    DAILY NEWS: "American Beauty" Big with Bafta; Trimark "Cooking"

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