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  1. Scorsese launches film preservation unit

    5:00 am 5/23/2007

    Martin Scorsese announced Tuesday at the Fesival de Cannes the launch of the World Cinema Foundation, devoted to the preservation and restoration of neglected films.Read more

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  2. Gomez returns to guide FIAPF

    5:00 am 5/23/2007

    Oscar-winning producer Andres Vicente Gomez from Spain was re-elected Tuesday as president of the International Federation of Film Producers Associations (FIAPF).Read more

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  3. Digest: Rome fest goes digital

    5:00 am 5/23/2007

    The market event at this year's RomaCinemaFest will include a special sidebar event called World Going Digital, which will discuss the international distribution and financing of digital content.Read more

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  4. Sales piling up for 'Intelligence'

    5:00 am 5/23/2007

    House of Knowledge World Sales has been racking up international territories for the HBO documentary "Sexual Intelligence," starring Kim Cattrall, with Pony Canyon picking up Japanese rights, Issan Entertainment grabbing Spain and Peekshill signing for all of Eastern Europe.Read more

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  5. Roadside Attractions, IFC snap up films

    5:00 am 5/23/2007

    As the Festival de Cannes heads into the home stretch, Roadside Attractions picked up all U.S. rights to "Caramel," and IFC Entertainment's day-and-date First Take scored a double play, picking up "4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days" and "Flight of the Red Balloon."Read more

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  6. American vein at upcoming Venice fest

    5:00 am 5/23/2007

    This year's Venice Film Festival will have an American accent, with the opening film likely to be a Hollywood production and around 15 North American films officially screening In Competition and Out, artistic director Marco Mueller said Tuesday.Read more

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  7. Film fund invigorates Colombian film sector

    5:00 am 5/23/2007

    When most people think of Latin American cinema, Mexico, Brazil and Argentina usually come to mind. Yet one shouldn't overlook Colombia, which has been enjoying a remarkable production boom in recent years.Read more

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  8. Screening highlights 60th anniversary

    5:00 am 5/22/2007

    Isabelle Huppert, left, Pedro Almodovar and French Culture Minister Christine Albanel walk the red carpet Sunday before the screening to celebrate the festival's 60th anniversary. (Getty Images photo)Read more

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  9. Unique filmmaking voices emerge from Africa

    5:00 am 5/22/2007

    Despite economic restraints, unique filmmaking voices emerge from sub-Saharan AfricaRead more

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  10. Dialogue: Gael Morel

    5:00 am 5/22/2007

    The director talks about what it was like to boss around "Belle de jour" Catherine Deneuve.Read more

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