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Party Circuit: Buying “Product” or Watching Movies?

Posted by Eugene Hernandez / indieWIRE on May 18, 2007 While Cannes opened with a "Blueberry" bash on Wednesday night just outside Cannes, the massive Marche du Film (featuring 10,000 films buyers and sellers from around the world and some…

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Norah Jones: Wong Kar Wai Told Her “Not to Act”

Posted by Ashley Adams / indieWIRE on May 18, 2007 Wong Kar Wai greeted the press and others at the American Pavilion in Cannes today, joining Grammy Award winner Norah Jones, star of his new film. She was on hand…

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Shootout Producer’s Diary: Pursuing the Coens

Editor’s Note: Gary Marks, an executive producer with AMC’s Shootout, is tracking his experiences doing the show from Cannes.  His second entry follows. 6 am. I think it’s Day 3 here, but things started moving so quickly at some point…

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Trick ‘R Treat Dreams in May

It’s cold here in New York, and if we’re going to have Autumn-like weather we’re going to talk about Autumn-like movies.  This weekend, I’m going to be putting together a Halloween costume they’ll let me into the theater wearing,…

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In Theaters: Severance

The British horror comedy Severance finally opens in theaters today.  Actually, it has been playing in the UK and on the festival circuit since August, hitting most of the major stops (Toronto, Telluride, SXSW).  It was originally scheduled to…

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Why the Shining Isn’t Scary to an 11-Year-Old

Back during the 90’s – most likely because halfway through them I came into possession of a seven-year-old step-daughter – I started to notice that I didn’t really understand kids anymore. The music they listened to, the shows they…

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28 Weeks Later: Slow Zombies Still Rule

I caught 28 Weeks Later over the weekend. It takes the premise of the original movie and finds fresh ways of exploiting it. One scene is a small masterpiece, when citizens are rounded up in a dark underground parking…

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Independence Day

Whoever said that global warming will cause the destruction of our planet hasn’t seen a good alien movie. Independence Day (showing on AMC in May)– the archetype for modern-day apocalyptic thrillers — makes going green or planning a vacation…

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Seinfeld Buzzes Through Cannes

Posted by Peter Knegt / indieWIRE on May 17, 2007 Large-scale promotional stunts have become a Cannes tradition.  Last year, Dreamworks showed off clips of "Dreamgirls" and paraded its stars on the beach and that worked a long way in…

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Many Movies, but Only One Scream

Everyone’s had an experience where they see an actor and remember having seen him in another movie, and if you care about that kind of thing (as most of you do) you begin to recognize the names of directors and…

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