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    Tribeca 2015 Skews Young, Female with First Wave of Lineup

    Festival director Genna Terranova and senior programmer Cara Cusumano unpack Tribeca's diverse 2015 slate.

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    Cinequest at 25, from 'Batkid Begins' to Lady Gaga in Barco Escape

    Cinequest is a 25 year old film festival still run by co-founders Halfdan Hussey and Kathleen Powell, who have grown a local San Jose and Silicon Valley audience from 1300 attendees in 1990 to some 100,000 last year.

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    Sundance Favorite 'I'll See You In My Dreams' to Play Cleveland International Film Festival; Full Lineup Announced

    The Cleveland based festival has released their lineup, which features such titles as Brett Haley's "I'll See You In My Dreams" and Dan Fogelman's "Danny Collins."

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    2015 Outfest Fusion Lineup Boasts Restored 'Paris Is Burning,' TV's 'Empire' and More

    LA-based nonprofit Outfest has unveiled its 2015 Outfest Fusion LGBT People of Color Film Festival lineup. Now say that five times fast.

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    13 Ways to Keep Smart Movie Fans Happy

    I walk down memory lane and share my thoughts about the state of independent cinema in a (very long) speech I gave in January at the Art House Convergence.

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    Hot Docs Announces 17 Special Presentation Screenings

    Those who weren't able to make it to Sundance are in for a treat.

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    Women Making Film is a Radical Act

    Dortmund Film Festival’s annual symposium about women in the film industry’s entitled "Get NetWorked Up" was a successful and inspiring meeting.

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