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  1. Palm Springs to fete 'Babel' cast, director

    4:00 am 12/1/2006

    The 18th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival, which runs Jan. 4-15, will honor the cast of "Babel" with the fest's first-ever Ensemble Performance Award.Read more

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  2. Baltic Event taps 12 for co-prod'n market

    4:00 am 11/30/2006

    LONDON -- The annual industry gathering known as the Baltic Event opens its second annual Co-Production Market on Sunday in the Estonian capital of Tallin, when more than 120 producers, film financers, distributors and film fund representatives are expected to arrive, organizers said Wednesday.Read more

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  3. Sundance announces competition lineup

    4:00 am 11/30/2006

    In announcing the competition slate for the 2007 <a href="http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/awards_festivals/sundance/reviews/index.jsp?&amp;fid=13">Sundance Film Festival</a> on Wednesday, Geoffrey Gilmore, its longtime director, said he sees the beginning of a new era in independent filmmaking. "Filmmakers are undergoing a massive expansion in perspective and aesthetic qualities," he said.Read more

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  4. BIFA nods for Curren, Dickie of 'Red Road'

    4:00 am 11/30/2006

    LONDON -- Tony Curren and Kate Dickie, stars of Andrea Arnold's gritty Glasgow-based thriller "Red Road," scooped up the best actor and best actress awards at the ninth annual British Independent Film Awards on Wednesday night at London's Hammersmith Palais.Read more

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  5. Rome Fiction Fest to debut in July '07

    4:00 am 11/29/2006

    ROME -- The inaugural Rome Fiction Fest for television programming will be held July 2-9, organizers said Tuesday, giving the Italian capital its second new festival in as many years.Read more

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  6. Dubai fest promises diverse slate

    4:00 am 11/29/2006

    As it enters its third year, the Dubai International Film Festival, which kicks off with Emilio Estevez's "Bobby" on Dec. 10, promises a vast lineup of international films, including one of the largest displays of Arabic films from the Gulf States, the Middle East and North Africa.Read more

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  7. 'Requiem' claims German editing prize

    4:00 am 11/29/2006

    COLOGNE, Germany -- Hans-Christian Schmid's exorcism drama "Requiem" won Germany's top editing prize Monday night, while film editors Hansjorg Weissbrich and Bernd Schlegel took the best feature film award at this year's Schnitt Prize in Cologne.Read more

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  8. 'Miss Sunshine,' 'Half Nelson' lead Spirit noms

    4:00 am 11/29/2006

    "Little Miss Sunshine," a comedy about a dysfunctional family on a road trip, and "Half Nelson," a drama about the bond between a drug-addicted teacher and one of his students, led the nominees for Film Independent's Spirit Awards, announced Tuesday&#160; morning.Read more

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  9. 'Reguliers,' 'Sleep' earn early EFA nods

    4:00 am 11/29/2006

    COLOGNE, Germany -- Philippe Garrel's Nouvelle Vague tribute "Les Amants Reguliers" (Regular Lovers) has secured the European Film Academy's Fipresci (film critics) award, while Pierre Pell and Stephane Rozenbaum won the award for artistic contribution for their design of Michel Gondry's "The Science Of Sleep," the EFA said Tuesday.Read more

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  10. 'Apocalypto' on foreign Globes list

    4:00 am 11/28/2006

    Clint Eastwood's "Letters From Iwo Jima" and Mel Gibson's "Apocalypto" could find themselves competing against such high-profile foreign films as Pedro Almodovar's "Volver and Guillermo del Toro's "Pan's Labyrinth" at the Golden Globe Awards.Read more

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