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The Anaheim International Film Festival ready for upgrade

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The Anaheim International Film Festival (AIFF) has signed FESTWORKS, the premier film festival consultancy, to provide artistic direction and programming for its inaugural event, taking place October 13-17 at UltraStar Cinemas at the Anaheim GardenWalk. FESTWORKS’ principals Rose Kuo, Robert Koehler, John Wildman and David Rogers launched their firm earlier this year at the Sundance Film Festival after a highly celebrated year for the AFI FEST 2009. FESTWORKS’ Matt Bolish, also an AFI Fest ...

The Feel Good Film Festival Nominees

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The Feel Good Film Festival also announces the nominees for the new award categories to be presented at the film festival’s award ceremony on Sunday, August 9 along with a Tribute to Ed Asner. The nominees for those award categories are as follows: BEST ACTORMichael Flynn from FRIENDS FOR LIFEBarry Hilton from FINDING LENNYJoel McCary From JESUS PEOPLEAnthony Natale from UNIVERSAL SIGNSDustin Seavey from TRUE BEAUTY THIS NIGHTPatrick Warburton from ROCK SLYDE BEST ACTRESSElaine Hendrix from RO...

Ten Burning Questions: 4 month, 3 weeks, 2 days (AFI Day 4)

By JOHN WILDMAN, Contributing Writer When a film lands in your theatre with the critics' worthy buzz that Cristian Mungiu's 4 MONTHS, 3 WEEKS AND 2 DAYS does, there can be a tendency to regard it strictly as a "broccoli movie." You know, "you really should watch it because it's good for you" kind of film. And all too often we opt for the popcorn movie in the Cineplex next door. In this case, that
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