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Short Film: Lost Arts, by Peter Mattei

Inspired by Ira SachsLast Address, filmmaker (Love in the Time of Money) and novelist (The Deep Whatsis) Peter Mattei made this short film, Lost Arts, in 2010. Sachs’ film — which he discusses in the current issue of Filmmaker — looks at the final addresses of a generation of New York artists who died of AIDS. With Lost Arts, Mattei has taken Sachs’ formal approach and applied it to the real estate of arthouse cinema. For those who have long lived in New York, see how many of these Duane Reades, health clubs and Apple stores evoke any hint […]
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ThinkFilm, CTHE pact on vid releases

ThinkFilm, CTHE pact on vid releases
TORONTO -- Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment and ThinkFilm on Wednesday said they had signed a three-picture home entertainment distribution deal for the United States and Canada, beginning with the DVD and home video release of The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys, which Jodie Foster stars in and produced. That release will be followed by CTHE handling the video releases of World Traveler, starring Billy Crudup and Julianne Moore, and Merchant-Ivory's Mystic Masseur, starring James Fox and Om Puri. The distribution arrangement was brokered by ThinkFilm president Jeff Sackman and Benedict Carver, vp of acquisition for Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group, a division of Sony Pictures Entertainment. Newly launched ThinkFilm has offices in New York City and Toronto, and has a film release slate that includes Gus Van Sant's Gerry, The Event by Thom Fitzgerald, and Love in the Time of Money, by Peter Mattei.

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