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    THINKFilm Takes "The Big Question" to Theaters Next Spring

    THINKFilm has acquired U.S. and Canadian rights to Francesco Cabras and Alberto Molinari's doc "The Big Question," the Film Sales Company, which handled the negotiation, confirmed Friday. The company's head, Andrew Herwitz represented the film on behalf of the filmmakers, while Daniel Katz and Richa...

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    Sundance Fest Remaining Anchored in Park City, Institute Moving to Mountain Town

    While the Sundance Film Festival recently announced a decision to expand its presence in Salt Lake City, UT, the festival will remain anchored in Park City, UT for the next 12 years. As part of a pact approved yesterday, next fall Sundance Institute will move its year-round administrative HQ from Salt Lake City to Park City. Under an agreement approved by the Park City Council last night, Sundance Institute will move into a renovated historic building at the base of the Park City Mountain Resort, according to an announcement today. The deal will also keep the Sundance Film Festival in Park City through 2018. There is also an option to renew t...

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    Dentler, Levin Join Austin Film Society Board

    South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival Producer Matt Dentler and producer Jordan Levin have joined the Austin Film Society's board of directors. Entertainment lawyer Rick Triplett, who joined the board in 2000, has been elected to succeed filmmaker Marcy Garriott as board president. Dentler oversees programming and coordination for the annual SXSW festival. He has also participated on panels, served on film festival juries, given lectures and currently appears on TV as host of the PBS series "SXSW Presents." Levin joined The WB network prior to its launch and helped to develop some of its most popular shows. When Levin was 33, he was...

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    Sundance To Expand Salt Lake City Presence At '06 Fest

    In an effort to increase the presence of the Sundance Film Festival in Salt Lake City, UT, organizers have announced that they will launch a new 'Festival District' in the city's downtown area at the upcoming event. The new site will be anchored by two movie theaters that will present two screenings...

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    INDUSTRY MOVES: Weyermann Joins Participant Productions

    Diane Weyermann has joined Participant Productions as the company's Executive Vice President of Documentary Production. She is assuming the newly created position following her role as director of the Sundance Institute's Documentary Film Program. She will manage the company's doc slate, including the acquisition of new projects and supervising projects from development through release. She will report to company president Ricky Strauss. Participant doc projects include "Murderball" and the upcoming "The World According to Sesame Street." Sundance has not yet announced a replacement for Weyermann, but Robert Redford issued a statement commend...

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    Sundance Institute Announces Establishment of Sloan Commissioning Fund for Science/Technology Screen

    Sundance Institute announced recently the creation of the Sloan Commissioning Fund, through a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, enabling the Institute to further support the development, presentation and celebration of science and technology through independent film. This is the first commissioning project initiated by the Sundance Institute. The fund provides a cash stipend, and creative and practical support to develop science and technology-related screenplays at an early phase of development. The deadline for applications is November 1st. Designed to create greater interest in science/technology among filmmakers in their pre-scri...

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    "Three Burials" and "World's Fastest Indian" Set for U.S. Centerpiece Debuts at AFI Fest

    AFI Fest has released more details of its program including two centerpiece films that will have their U.S. debuts at the festival, which takes place at the ArcLight in Hollywood November 3 - 13. The festival's lineup will showcase a total of 92 features (75 narrative, 17 documentaries) and 35 short...

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    Who Is Philippe Martinez?

    With a reported $200 million investment, Philippe Martinez has moved to Los Angeles to, in his not so modest words, build "the number one independent U.S. distributor." Continuing, he told the New York Times, "To get ahead of Lions Gate we have to do $350 to $400 million of business a year. We have less money than they do, and fewer employees. But I have my passion. That's what's going to make the difference." The exec, fresh from a European jail (as detailed in the Times piece), had his company, Bauer Martinez Distribution, pay the big bucks and beat out competitors for David Ayer's "Harsh Times" at this year's Toronto International Film Fes...

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    SXSW Unveils A Few '06 Panel Plans

    "A Conversation with Peter Bart" is among the panel discussions set for the 2006 SXSW Film Conference & Festival, according to organizers. The conference, set for March 10-18, will also include the session, "A Landmark Business," looking at Mark Cuban and Todd Wagner's many properties, including Lan...

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    Two New Documentaries Feature Filmmakers Focusing on Their Fathers

    At this year's Toronto International Film Festival two very different documentaries celebrated their world premieres, each with a similar premise -- a filmmaker son turns the lens to his father in a quest to understand and honor their complicated relationship. Thomas Allen Harris' "Twelve Disciples ...

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