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    Anthropology verses Art: Array of International Films on Display at Margaret Mead

    Anthropology verses Art: Array of International Films onDisplay at Margaret Mead

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    Reel School Report, Part I: The Art of Collaboration

    by Dave RatzlowThis fall, the Filmmaker's Collaborative offered a series of seminarsdesigned and instructed by independent filmmakers as part of a projectcalled The Reel School. Founder Jonathan Judge started the series withthe goal of creating unique non-production film classes on varioustopics in an intimate environment (no more than 15 participants perclass).Located in their new Soho headquarters and meeting over five consecutiveThursday evenings, "The Art of Collaboration: Relationships inDirecting" was designed to explore the relationships directors have witheach of their key collaborators. The territory covered by the directorswas per...

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    1999 Sundance Film Festival Frontier Films

    1999 Sundance Film Festival Frontier Films

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    Thessaloniki, Part II: "Fishes" and "Bees" Take Home Grecian Urn of Cash

    Thessaloniki, Part II: "Fishes" and "Bees" Take Home GrecianUrn of Cash

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    BRIEFS - Hill Leaves Clein + White; IFC To Reach 23 Million Homes By Year's End; Director Kaye Sues

    Spacey, Fine Line Deal; Schrader Wins WGA Award

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    Disparate Cultures Converge in Hawaii

    Disparate Cultures Converge in Hawaii

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    Peter Berg Does "Very Bad Things" and A Whole Lot More

    Peter Berg Does "Very Bad Things" and A Whole Lot More

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    Films submitted for Best Foreign Language Film of 1998

    Argentina, "Tango," Carlos Saura; Austria, "The Inheritors," Stefan Ruzowitzky; Belgium, "Rosie," Patrice Toye; Brazil, "Central Station," Walter Salles; Canada, "August 32nd on Earth," Denis Villeneuve; China,"Genghis Khan," Mr. Saifu & Ms. Mailisi; Colombia, "La Vendedora de Rosas," Victor Gaviria; Croatia, "Transatlantic," Mladen Juran; Czech Republic, "Sekal Has to Die," Vladimir Michélek; Denmark, "The Celebration," Thomas Vinterberg; Finland, "A Summer by the River," Markku Pölönen; France, "Dreamlife of Angels," Erick Zonca; Germany, "Run Lola Run," Tom Tykwer; Greece, "Eternity and a Day," Theo Angelopoulo...

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    In Thessaloniki, "Lola" Keeps Running, "Keg" Explodes, "Pi" Finds a Home

    In Thessaloniki, "Lola" Keeps Running, "Keg" Explodes, "Pi" Findsa Home

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