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FIlmmakers Tribute Hugo Chávez, Sherry Lansing Feted

Sean Penn, Michael Moore and Oliver Stone all had kind words for the former president of Venezuela, who died Tuesday; Israel Film Festival to honor first woman to head a major movie studio at Opening Night gala; plus news from the Brussels and First Time Film Fests.

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Linklater, Goldberg, Green Set for Tribeca Debuts

The Tribeca Film Festival released details of its non-competition offerings, including the latest from Richard Linklater, David Gordon Green and even Whoopi Goldberg, plus more screening in its Spotlight section. Also announced were the re-branded Midnight and new transmedia Storyscapes sections.

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Tribeca Reveals Competitions and Viewpoints Lineups

Selections screening in the Tribeca Film Festival's narrative and documentary competitions were unveiled Tuesday. The festival also announced titles in its out of competition Viewpoints section.

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SFIFF Unveils Narrative & Doc Competition Slate

Organizers of the 56th San Francisco International Film Festival unveiled 10 Narrative Features and 12 Documentaries that will compete in the 2013 edition of the event taking place April 25 – May 9. The selection includes several North American and U.S. debuts.

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VFX House Wins Awards, Goes Bankrupt; “Amour” Triumphs at Césars

While accepting the visual effects Oscar for Life of Pi, Bill Westenhofer was cut off by the theme from Jaws when he started to talk about the bankruptcy of VFX house Rhythm + Hues; Casey Affleck joins IFFBoston as Creative Director; and the winners of France's César Awards in our FilmLinc Digest.

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Miami International Film Festival Trains Spotlight on Florida Films

Films shot and set in Miami will be feted in the Miami International Film Festival's Florida Focus and other sections, including Sundance documentary competition feature Blackfish and the world premiere of Eenie Meenie Miney Moe

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Documentaries Set for 10th True/False Film Festival

Filmmakers and industry are set to flock to Columbia, MO for the True/False Film Festival, which opens in at the end of the month. Favorites from Sundance and Toronto are among this year's offerings.

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“The Grandmaster” Heads to Fribourg, Kevin Smith Teases “Clerks III”

Wong Kar-Wai's latest and Karzan Kader's Bekas will bookend Switzerland's Fribourg Film Festival, Spain's Goya Awards are being criticized for being "overtly political," while Kevin Smith says Clerks III will come out as a book before heading to the big screen.

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Romanian Film Wins Top Prize In Berlin

The best picture prize at the Berlinale went to Romanian family drama Child's Pose as the film's producer seized the spotlight to call for more support of internation art house cinema.

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“Matterhorn,” “Wadjda” and Three New Films Win Top Prizes in Rotterdam image

“Matterhorn,” “Wadjda” and Three New Films Win Top Prizes in Rotterdam

Mira Fornay's My Dog Killer, Daniel Hoesl's Soldier Jane, and Mohammad Shirvani's Fat Shaker received Rotterdam's Hivos Tiger Awards, honoring first or second time filmmakers, while Dutch and Saudi features prevailed in other categories.

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