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  1. Tilda Swinton joins EIFF parent body

    6:14 am 10/4/2010

    Oscar winner Tilda Swinton has joined the Edinburgh International Film Festival's parent body the Center for the Moving Image (CMI) as a creative advisor.Read more

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  2. Italy chooses 'Beautiful Thing' in Oscar race

    8:47 am 9/29/2010

    "La Prima Cosa Bella" (The First Beautiful Thing), a melancholy comedy about a professor who returns home to take care of his dying mother, was selected Wednesday as Italy's official candidate for the Best Foreign Film Oscar.Read more

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  3. Michelle Williams to give LFF screen talk

    7:32 am 9/29/2010

    Michelle Williams is scheduled to jet into the British capital to deliver a screen talk event during this year's BFI London Film Festival.Read more

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  4. Spain chooses 'Even the Rain' in Oscar race

    8:45 am 9/28/2010

    Iciar Bollain's "Even the Rain," produced by Morena Films, will represent Spain in its run up to the Oscars as the country's bid for the foreign-language Academy Award, the Spanish Film Academy announced Tuesday.Read more

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  5. 'The Social Network' to open Mumbai fest

    5:14 am 9/28/2010

    Oliver Stone to get Lifetime Achievement AwardRead more

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  6. 'Mamma Gogo' is Icelandic Oscar contender

    4:02 am 9/28/2010

    Fridrik Thor Fridriksson's "Mamma Gogo," an autobiographical black comedy looking at two personal tragedies – the director's mother succumbing to Alzheimer's and Iceland's economic meltdown -- will represent Iceland in the 2011 Oscar race.Read more

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  7. 'Kawasaki's Rose' is Czech Oscar hopeful

    5:39 am 9/27/2010

    "Kawasaki's Rose," Jan Hrebejk's political drama examining the misdeeds of the Czechoslovakian secret police and the legacy of Communist dictatorship, is the Czech Oscar entry for 2011.Read more

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  8. 'Peepli Live' is India's Oscar entry

    11:42 pm 9/24/2010

    Khan starrer is UTV, actor's fourth nod in last five yearsRead more

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  9. 7th HK Asian Film fest highlights Chinese film

    6:31 am 9/24/2010

    Hong Kong, China, Taiwan all spotlighted in fall eventRead more

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  10. No reduction in funding for San Seb fest

    8:04 am 9/23/2010

    The Spanish Film Institute (ICAA) will maintain its €1 million ($1.3 million) budget for the San Sebastian International Film Festival despite previous hints that budget cuts at the Culture Ministry would lead to a decrease in funds for Spain's top festival.Read more

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