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    Digital Festival Announces Script Winners

    The Duke City Shootout has announced the script winners for its 2007 Digital Filmmaking Festival, to be held Albuquerque from July 20-28.

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    Jury, Audience Awards Delivered at AFI Fest

    As AFI FEST 2006 came to a close on Nov. 12, the votes were tallied for the audience awards and judges determined the winners of the grand jury prizes for the international feature, documentary, and shorts competitions.

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    Egan to Star in AIDS Benefit

    Broadway star Susan Egan will appear in the Ford Amphitheatre's production ofChesson Sept. 17 to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

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    Getting organized

    his is the fourth year you've spent in your apartment, and it just doesn't feel good anymore. The office you set up in the spare room has devolved into a storage area because you work in your brightly lit dining room most of the time. As your career ...

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    Dafoe 'Resurrected' for Schrader Film

    Willem Dafoe has signed on to star opposite Jeff Goldblum in "Adam Resurrected," a World War II Holocaust drama that Paul Schrader is directing.

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    Start here

    You're riding a subway home, inspired to do so by Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth. Or you're reeling from another dose of inspiration, having seen Cherry Jones' astounding performance in Doubt. Film and theatre, each challenging your heart, mind, and conscience. You want to do both, and ...

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    Films like The Nanny Diaries give the child-care

    Films like The Nanny Diaries give the child-care industry a bad rap. For actor Cathy Baron, being a nanny is less like having a job and more like having a little buddy to take to the beach and the movie theatre. "It keeps me really young," says Baron. "I feel ...

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    Film Review

    As stone-cold killer Anton Chigurh, No Country for Old Men's Javier Bardem cut an instantly iconic figure for a number of reasons. Yes, the stunning craft within his performance had something to do with it, but credit must also be given to the man-bob. That meticulously carved Dorothy Hamill ...

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    Majel Roddenberry, Widow of 'Trek' Creator, Dies

    Majel Barrett Roddenberry,Star Trekcreator Gene Roddenberry's widow who nurtured the legacy of the seminal science fiction TV series after his death, has died.