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Belgrade Unspools Despite War

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After two years of lights out because of the war in former Yugoslavia, Belgrade's 23-year-old film festival, FEST 95, raised its curtain again Jan. 28-Feb. 5. New management led by filmmaker Emir…

Count On Solid British Presence

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With Michael Winterbottom's eagerly awaited “Butterfly Kiss” in competition and Peter Chelsom's comedy “Funny Bones” (a Sundance preem) leading the trio in Panorama, Brit filmmaking is solidly repped…

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Paris Cabaret Passe

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The cabaret scene, once as much a part of Paris as surly waiters and avant-garde driving habits, has hit hard times. From the Lido to the Moulin Rouge, the Crazy Horse to the Folies Bergere, cabaret…

Hollywood Goes East

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Several years of earthquakes, fires, riots and floods have sent an alarmingly high number of Hollywood power-brokers scurrying to New York, with Gotham embracing these mud people with open arms. Most…

'Just' In Time

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“Just Cause,” the Warner Bros, film shown Jan. 26 to media for the first time, could easily be called “Just Finished.” The death-row drama, directed by Pace Gallery owner Arne Glimcher (“The Mambo…

Goodbye, Bargains

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While Hollywood agencies and studios combed the Sundance Film Festival last week for the next wave of filmmakers who could make compelling movies on the cheap, the real finds don't stay inexpensive…

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