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  All-Movie Guide "This database of films, videotapes, and DVDs features extensive factual and descriptive data and original editorial content for over 200,000 titles and more than 250,000 of the actors, directors, writers, and other professionals who created them."  
  Amazon: Current Books on Movie Directors | Amazon: Current Books on Movies    
  American Film Institute "Advancing and preserving the art of the moving image."  
  Asian Film Connections "...Innovative and important new Website where contemporary, culturally significant feature films from China, India, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan are promoted through on-line video clips, press kits, filmographies, and critical analyses contributed by film scholars and critics from Asia as well as internationally."  
  The A.V. Club Film section.  
  BBC "New releases reviewed, star interviews, DVD's, what's on near you, and more."  
  BBC Audio Interviews From the BBC archives, listen to film directors from Robert Altman to Alfred Hitchcock to Martin Scorsese.  
  BBC: Calling the Shots ''In Calling The Shots we target the men and women behind the cameras - the directors. Read on to uncover what filmmakers really think about their careers and fellow directors...''  
  The Big Picture Magazine "The Big Picture is the new visually-focused free film magazine that goes beyond the borders of the screen to reveal cinema's unique power to entertain, inspire and connect to each and every one of us."  
  Black Film "Is an online resource which links the Black film community while cultivating national and international audiences interested in their work. This site provides a forum for filmmakers, scholars and organizations to present information and promote artistic expression."  
  Blogdanovich "A couple of people suggested I do a blog about older films. I had no idea what a blog was. A blob? No, blog! Eventually I was guided into the computer world of the 21st century. And I find it’s a very congenial, personal way of communicating with you, where if you’re interested in seeing a movie I’m recommending, you can practically push two buttons and look at the picture, or certainly within a day or so; the same with books I might encourage you to read. It feels more like an intimate one-on-one experience—I’m right here in your own private computer, talking to you." - Peter Bogdanovich  
  David Bordwell's Website on Cinema "Observations on film art and Film Art by Kristin Thompson and David Bordwell."  
  The Boston Phoenix Film section.  
  Brian's Drive-In Theater "The Drive-In has thousands of photos and lots of information about your favorite 'B' movie actors and actresses from the 1930s through the 1980s. Be sure to see the entire site."  
  Bright Lights Film Journal "Is a popular-academic hybrid of movie analysis, history, and commentary, looking at classic and commercial, independent, exploitation, and international film from a wide range of vantage points from the aesthetic to the political."  
  British Film Institute Includes the online home for Sight and Sound as well as Screen Online, "the ultimate guide to British film & TV."  
  Britfilms "Britfilms.com contains several unique and valuable features. It also acts as a gateway to a world of useful information published on the internet about the British film industry."  
  BritMovie.Co.UK "Dedicated to British Cinema."  
     
     
     
  Cahiers du Cinema Influential magazine's official website. Also take a look at the blog My Gleanings, for more Cahiers-related articles.  
  Chicago Reader on Film The Reader's film pages.  
  Chronicle of a Passion "The home page of Steve Erickson. Steve lives in New York. He has written for The Village VoiceTime Out NY, Film QuarterlyCinema Scope, the Chicago Reader and other publications." [Make sure you follow his links to more film-crazed folk]  
  Cineaste "Published quarterly, and appearing regularly since 1967, Cineaste is today internationally recognized as one of America 's foremost film magazines. "  
  The Cinefamily "The Cinefamily is an organization of movie lovers devoted to finding and presenting interesting and unusual programs of exceptional, distinctive, weird and wonderful films. The Cinefamily’s goal is to foster a spirit of community and a sense of discovery, while reinvigorating the movie-going experience."  
  Cinema Retro "At last - a magazine devoted to the classic and cult films of the 1960s and 1970s."  
  Cinema Strikes Back "Cinema Strikes Back (launched in July 2005) covers movies worldwide with news, reviews, interviews and film festival reports. Cinema Strikes Back also offers advanced looks at upcoming movies and DVDs. We focus on genre, cult and foreign films but we’re interested in all areas of cinema."  
  Cinema Scope "Expanding the frame on international cinema."   
  Cinematographer.com "The art, technology and business of cinematography."  
  CinemaSpot "CinemaSpot.com is a free information resource center that simplifies the search for top movie-related resources on the Web. Featured sites are hand-selected by our editorial team and organized into intuitive categories that make it easy to find reviews, showtimes, video release dates, award-winners, trivia, history, quotes, celebrity gossip, industry resources and more."  
  CineScene "I like to think of CineScene as an alternative to the run-of-the-mill film reviewers and sites, with their systems of stars, letter grades, and thumbs pointed up or down. There are more interesting things to say about movies than merely rating them with an eye to the market. CineScene contributors are encouraged to write about films from a personal perspective, and state their opinions without fear or favor."  
  Cineuropa "Your essential news and information source for European films."  
  Cine Stills "The ultimate movie stills collection."  
  Classic Film and Television Home Page "This is an educational site containing reviews and articles about films and television, and articles on their writers, directors and photographers."  
  Classic Films "These pages are maintained for proper fans of Hollywood’s Golden era, and the great Classic Films. The Palace has been in existence since 1995, and is one of the most frequented places of its kind on the Web."  
  About: Classic Movies Excellent classic films resource.  
  Close-Up Film "Your one-stop online resource for all the latest film releases, big name interviews, news and diary, plus the best in Independent and World Cinema."  
  Combustible Celluloid "An ongoing project offering discussions, reviews, and theories on the World's Greatest Movies."  
  The Criterion Collection "The Criterion Collection, a continuing series of important classic and contemporary films, is dedicated to gathering the greatest films from around the world and publishing them in editions that offer the highest technical quality and award-winning, original supplements. Criterion began with a mission to pull the treasures of world cinema out of the film vaults and put them in the hands of collectors. All of the films published under the Criterion banner represent cinema at its finest."  
  Critics.com "For every film, we list the ratings of 15 prominent critics, using a 4-star scale at ½ star increments."  
  Dave Kehr.com "Dave Kehr reports from the lost continent of Cinephilia."  
  Directors Guild of America Internet presence for the DGA. Selection of director interviews here.  
  Directors Guild of Great Britain "The Guild represents directors in all media: film, television, theatre, radio, opera, commercials, corporate, multimedia and new technology."  
  Directory Cinema "Links to cinema directory resources and information websites."  
  Directory of World Cinema "The Directory of World Cinema aims to play a part in moving intelligent, scholarly criticism beyond the academy by building a forum for the study of film that relies on a disciplined theoretical base. Each volume of the Directory takes the form of a collection of reviews, longer essays and research resources, accompanied by film stills highlighting significant films and players."  
  DMOZ Open Directory Project - Film Links "The Open Directory Project is the largest, most comprehensive human-edited directory of the Web. It is constructed and maintained by a vast, global community of volunteer editors."  
  DVD Beaver "My name is Gary W. Tooze and I am webmaster and owner of this non-commercial website called DVDBeaver. However, the site is far from being "my own". It survives and thrives with the help of numerous like-minded film and DVD aficionados around the world. We essentially share information of both a factual and subjective nature. This site is a resource for that information."  
  Early Cinema "Earlycinema.com aims to provide an introduction to the first decade of motion pictures and the developments which helped shape cinema as we know it today. The site is by no means a complete account of the development of cinema, and concentrates on the major events in cinema's history encouraging further reading and research."  
  Eccentric Cinema "Our ongoing mission is to introduce new visitors to the cult film scene and provide an interactive, easy-to-use utility for discovering these fascinating movies. So if you're looking for new movie reviews, DVD movie reviews and free multimedia downloads (WAV & MP3), then this site is for you! Luxuriate in the weird, the bizarre, the truly cool world of cult movies."  
  Fade In "Best Movie Magazine of the Year! Fade In, which bills itself as "The First Word in Film," has it all." - Peter Carlson, The Washington Post, Feb. 24, 2004.  
  Film Ache "Film reviews with passion. Contains spoilers."  
  Film Comment "A forum for smart, idiosyncratic writing about movies, Film Comment, published bimonthly by the Film Society of Lincoln Center, has earned and sustained a reputation as the finest film magazine in the English language."  
  Film Critic.Com "...One of the oldest and certainly the liveliest film and movie review destination on the Web!"  
  Film Directors Site.Com "Welcome. From Capra to Coen, Burton to Bergman, Kazan to Kurosawa, Sayles to Spielberg, FilmDirectorsSite.Com provides an insightful study of our greatest directors, as originally selected by the often controversial and always enlightening Andrew Sarris and expanded for this site. The most important role in any film is arguably that of the director, the creative center whose inspiration, vision and control can make the difference between mediocre and masterful. Sarris selects the worthiest careers from the motion picture industries of five continents over a hundred years of film history."  
  Film Fanatic.org ''Sixteen years ago I bought a copy of Danny Peary’s Guide for the Film Fanatic, and since then, I’ve steadily been trying to see each of the titles listed. Because I love discussing movies, I recently decided there was a need for a website where devotees of this book—and other hardcore film fanatics—could chat with each other, debate Peary’s selections, discuss how to locate the more hard-to-find films in the book, suggest “must see” movies released since the book’s publication, and more. I also wanted a forum for posting my own Response Reviews to each of Peary’s 1650+ movies, and I’m adding new ones every day.''  
  FilmFestivals "FilmFestivals Entertainment Group hosts the number one portal site for festivals and film news. Filmfestivals.com’s mission is to be the premiere online entertainment destination dedicated to showcasing film festivals around the world and fostering new film and filmmaking talent."  
  The Film Foundation "Filmmakers for Film Preservation."  
  Film International "Film International focuses on longer essays with in-depth-analysis, but it also features interviews, festival reports and an extensive review section on books, special DVD editions and films at the cinema."  
  The Film Journal "The Film Journal is a Central Ohio-based, independently produced, online film publication, which seeks to contribute to the community of serious-minded film websites by being a forum for eclectic film criticism, study and discussion. The Film Journal seeks to highlight local film events, as well as feature international film writing."  
  Film-Philosophy "A journal and discussion salon promoting a philosophical review of cinema and film studies, Film-Philosophy combines original review-articles with immediate email response and argument."  
  Film Quarterly "Whether you teach film theory, study film as an aspect of popular culture, or simply want to keep abreast of the latest developments in the art, Film Quarterly is for you."  
  Film Reference Profiles of actors, actresses, directors, films, writers and production artists. Culled from the International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers.  
  Film Slate Magazine Film magazine. News, interviews, features, and more.  
  Film Stars and Their Salaries Over the Years  
  Film Street "A free interactive website that teaches children under 12, their parents and teachers how to get creative through filmmaking!"  
  Film Threat "Film Threat Magazine was created in 1985. For over a decade Film Threat has covered cult films, underground shorts, alternative films and independent features. Film Threat’s mission is to champion the increasingly popular explosion of independent and underground films. The magazine was retired in 1997 but lives on in cyberspace."  
  Filmmaker "The magazine of independent film".  
  Flicker "Welcome to Flicker, home page for the alternative cinematic experience. Here you will find films and videos that transgress the boundaries of the traditional viewing experience, challenge notions of physical perception and provide cutting edge alternatives to the media information technocracy.."  
  Flickhead Nice site featuring film & book reviews, articles and the "Claude Chabrol Project".  
  ForeignFilms.com "Welcome to ForeignFilms.com, the best place to find foreign films on the web. This site contains everything from classic foreign titles to the latest arthouse releases. If you like foreign cinema, you're at the right place."  
  Framework "The journal of cinema and media."  
  Fred Camper "I am an artist, and a writer and lecturer on film, art, and photography, who lives in Chicago. I have written on cinema for most of my life, have taught at several colleges and universities, have been an art critic and arts journalist since 1989, and have been working on the art I am now showing, digital prints of multiple photographs, since 2002. By my mid-teens, I was interested in math, physics, poetry, classical music, and cinema, mostly American avant-garde film (Brakhage, Markopoulos, Rice) and classical Hollywood (Hitchcock, Hawks)."  
  Future Movies ''Regularly updated....Site also has an archive section listing detailed/analytic reviews of films, arranged by title, plus a useful set of articles on filmmaking - including interviews with directors and writers.'' - BFI  
  Gerald Peary "Film Reviews, Interviews, Essays, & Sundry Miscellany."  
  The Greatest Films "An award-winning, unique website since 1996, with interpretive, descriptive review commentary and historical background for hundreds of classic Hollywood and other American films in the last century."  
  GreenCine "Welcome to GreenCine, The #1 DVD Rental Site (USA addresses only) for the Alternative Scene! With the best selection of indie, arthouse, anime, foreign, classics, documentaries and other esoteric fare. Including rare titles available at no other service." Of special interest, is an excellent collection of articles and also their informative daily blogs.  
  Guardian Unlimited: Film News, Reviews, Features, etc. View The World's Best 40 Directors.  
  Henry Sheehan "Henry Sheehan has been a professional film critic for over 25 years and has been published in Film Comment, Sight and Sound, the Chicago Reader, the Boston Globe, and LA Weekly."  
  Hollywood Renegades "The Society of Independent Motion Picture Producers is one of the best kept secrets of Hollywood. Commonly known as SIMPP, the Society was formed in 1941 with a mission to protect the freedom of the independent producer in an industry dominated by major studios."  
  Images "A journal of film and popular culture."  
  Independent View "Your weekly ticket to the world of independent film and video."  
  indieWIRE "indieWIRE starts my day. At the very least, I always have email. indieWIRE finds all the news regarding the indie field, and slaps it all onto one page. No more hunting through the trades for relevant pieces - indieWIRE does it for me." - Kevin Smith (director of Clerks, Chasing Amy, and Dogma)  
  indieWIRE's Blog Network Bloggists include Anne Thompson, Peter Bogdanovich, Leonard Maltin. Recommended: Press Play.  
  Industry Central's The Director's Chair "A compilation of interviews from a variety of sources with many of our leading Directors of both the past and present. In these interviews lie "Golden Nuggets" of information from which everyone working in the Motion Picture and Television Industry can learn!."  
  International Cinephile Society "Formed in 2003, the International Cinephile Society is an online group made up of approximately 55 accredited journalists, film scholars, historians and other industry professionals who cover film festivals and events on five continents. Each year the ICS honors the finest in American and international cinema."  
  International Federation of Film Critics "Films and festivals seen by professional critics." Includes the online magazine Undercurrent ("A magazine for reflection on films, on the cinema, and on film criticism).  
  Internet Archive: Feature Films Section "This collection houses a number of classic public domain feature films and shorts, now available for viewing and downloading at the Internet Archive."  
  Internet Encyclopedia of Cinematographers "Your online guide to international cinematographers."  
  Internet Movie Database "Prepare yourself for the biggest, best, most award-winning movie site on the planet."   
  Ioncinema! "The primary objective of this site is to promote film, showcasing original film ideas and providing a platform for others."  
  J. Hoberman "Das blog of shameless self-promotion!!!"  
  Jeem's CinePad "A cyber-haven for serious movie lovers."  
  Journal of Short Film "In this age of the Hollywood blockbuster and big box office, well-made short films rarely receive the attention or respect they deserve. The DVD publication The Journal of Short Film reveals that this genre is nonetheless alive and well and seeks to provide a venue for viewing excellent shorts—like the feature issue's Bludren, Final Lap, and We're Just Walking—all in one place. Recommended for most libraries."  
  kamera.co.uk "kamera.co.uk is a UK-based website dedicated to covering arthouse, independent and world cinema. Our aim is to provide intelligent and well-written features and reviews on a site that is easily accessed and updated regularly."  
  LA Weekly The LA Weekly's film pages.  
  Left Field Cinema "Left Field Cinema provides alternative analysis of mainstream films, unearths hidden masterpieces in world cinema, and examines the works of the greatest and most influential film makers."  
  Little White Lies "LWLies is a bi-monthly, independent movie magazine that features cutting edge writing, illustration and photography to get under the skin of cinema."  
  Lola Film journal edited by Adrian Martin and Girish Shambu.  
  Making Of "MakingOf is a behind-the-scenes Web destination, founded by Natalie Portman and Christine Aylward, that provides an intimate, fresh look into the process of creating entertainment by the insiders themselves. Our mission is to champion the art and craft of entertainment creation."  
  Love HK Film "LoveHKFilm.com was created in March 2002 with the sole purpose of taking up web space with yet another Hong Kong Cinema web site. We hope to review the vast majority of the movies currently coming out of Hong Kong, though it may be tough going. As the name of the site might indicate, this site has a decidedly informal slant. We plan to mix critical analysis with an obvious wink towards Hong Kong's unique media-driven culture."  
  Masters of Cinema "Masters of Cinema is an organic, international, non-commercial initiative. We aim to bring pertinent information together in one place for aficionados of World Cinema. There are no advertisements, no backhanders, and we have no shareholders to please."  
  The Masters of Cinema Series (Eureka!) "Eureka Entertainment is the leading independent distributor of classic silent/early films in the UK. The company was responsible for bringing to market the fully restored, remastered, and most comprehensive version of the Fritz Lang classic Metropolis (1927)."  
  Metacritic "Metacritic.com was founded in 1999 by three movie fans who like to read movie reviews. In fact, we like to read a good cross-section of reviews for each movie to get a better idea of the critical consensus for each release. (You know, it's a hobby.) Although at the time the web offered a wealth of reviews and other movie information, there was no easy way to track down all of the various pages without spending a lot of time and effort searching. Thus, Metacritic was born."  
  Midnight Eye The latest and best in Japanese cinema.  
  Modern Times Includes Palace Classic Films: "This award winning film page has been extolled as one of the ten very best on the web, hundreds of images, sounds, and original articles."  
  Movie: A Journal of Film Criticism "Movie: A Journal of Film Criticism is a refereed publication whose aim is to create a forum for the range of analysis, debate and discussion that only a journal devoted to a detailed film criticism can adequately provide. We are committed to publishing rigorous but accessible critical writing, at a variety of lengths, that is responsive to the detailed texture and artistry of film and television, old and new. We also welcome articles that illuminate concepts, analytical methods and questions in film aesthetics that are of significance to film criticism. The journal is published on a bi-annual basis."  
  Movie City News "Hollywood's Homepage." See their Top Tens section.  
  MovieMail "The quality film shop."  
  MovieMaker "The art and business of making movies."  
  Movie Review Query Engine (MRQE) Powerful film review search tool.  
  The Moving Arts Film Journal "The Moving Arts Film Journal is an online publication dedicated to the moving art of film. We aim to preserve the rich history and secure a prosperous future for film as a relevant artistic medium.   These goals are essential to the growth and progression of our society.  Art and culture separate us from the beasts."  
  MUBI "An online movie theater where you watch, discover, and discuss auteur cinema."  
  Museum of the Moving Image: Moving Image Source "Moving Image Source is a website devoted to the history of film, television, and digital media. It features original articles by leading critics, authors, and scholars; a calendar that highlights major retrospectives, festivals, and gallery exhibitions at venues around the world; and a regularly updated guide to online research resources."  
  National Film Preservation Foundation "The National Film Preservation Foundation (NFPF) is the nonprofit organization created by the U.S. Congress to help save America's film heritage. We support activities nationwide that preserve American films and improve film access for study, education, and exhibition."  
  The New Cinema Magazine A handsome new film publication.  
  New Wave Film "Complete guide to the French New Wave and new wave cinema from around the world."  
  New York Times Movies The Times' film section.  
  New Zealand Films on VHS Tapes and DVD "Welcome to New Zealand Films on tape and DVD. You will, hopefully, be able to locate information regarding New Zealand Feature Film titles (+ four featurettes) that can be found on VHS video (NTSC and PAL), as well as DVD discs. Most all titles have links to trailers or film clips downloads."  
  Offscreen "Offscreen has been online since 1997, along with its French language sister journal Hors Champ. Based in Montréal, Offscreen is a wide-ranging film journal that covers film festivals, retrospectives, film forums, and both popular and more academic events."  
  Pauline Kael Resources (RockCritics.com) Tidy collection of Pauline Kael-related web links.  
  Pinewood Dialogues (Moving Image Source) "Selected conversations with innovative and influential creative figures in film, TV, and digital media."  
  Pop Matters "Pop Matters is an international magazine of cultural criticism. Our scope is broad and covers most cultural products, including music, television, films, books, video games, computer software, theatre, the visual arts, and the Internet. Of course, that's just the tip of the iceberg. Our goal is to reach the broadest possible audience with intelligent and thought-provoking writing that is often not readily available within the mainstream mass media." [NOTE: Pop Matters doesn't feature as many film-related articles as they used to].  
  Ray Carney/Film and American Studies/Boston University Glance at Ray Carney's superb books. For Cassavetes' fans especially!  
  Reel Classics "Welcome to Reel Classics, the Internet's most comprehensive site dedicated exclusively to Classic Movies.  Comprising over 1600 pages and almost 2 gigabytes of content (with much more on the way), it may well be the biggest too."  
  Reverse Shot Reverse Shot is a quarterly, independently published film journal.  
  Roger Ebert Popular critic's own web kingdom.  
  Rouge Edited by Helen Bandis, Adrian Martin and Grant McDonald, Rouge is yet another fine film journal from Australia.   
  Screen Machine "Screen Machine brings you film, media and cultural criticism from a group of young, mostly Melbourne-based writers. Some of us are film studies students, some working artists and filmmakers, some just impassioned enthusiasts. What unites us is our interest in and attention to the contemporary state of the cinema and its history, the state of film culture in our city, and an insistence on the need to relate one’s work in film and media criticism to cultural and political questions."  
  Screening the Past "An international, refereed, electronic journal of visual media and history."  
  Second Run DVD ''Second Run are a new UK-based DVD company specialising in the release of important and award-winning films from all around the world."  
  Senses of Cinema "An online film journal devoted to the serious and eclectic discussion of cinema." "Probably the best English-language Web film magazine in the world. Astonishingly passionate, personal, and well written." - Gerald Peary  
  Silent Era  "A collection of news and information pertaining to silent era films."  
  Slant Magazine "Slant Magazine is a non-commercial entertainment website featuring reviews, editorials, and critiques of a wide array of new and classic music and film. We are dedicated to offering a slightly different perspective on the state of entertainment with an intelligent and open-minded slant."  
  The Smalls "The Smalls is a Biggest showcase for short films and music. The site aims to create an opportunity for filmmakers and musicians to get their work commissioned. Upload and watch short films. Network with the Film Industry."  
  Strictly Film School "Critical analyses and capsule reviews of classic foreign and independent cinema."  
  TCMDB "Turner’s movie database is a comprehensive online resource for classic (and newly released) films. Anyone who appreciates classic films, or movies in general, is going to love it. The remainder of the population will simply value it for what it is: a vast, beautifully organized and easy to navigate archive of movie-related content."  
  The Terror Trap A Musuem for horror films 1925-1987.  
  Time Out: Film Time Out's online film section, including access to 16,000+ reviews.   
  24fps Magazine "24fps is a film magazine - now available exclusively on the Web - with aims to strike a balance between contemporary world cinema, classic fare (unheralded and renowned alike), the festival circuit, authorship issues, theory, journalism, and cinephilia. The magazine was founded by Gabe Klinger in 1996.  In early 2002, after some discussion, Gabe and Zach decided to join forces in a new incarnation of 24fps."  
  UbuWeb: Film & Video Recommended library of avant-garde/experimental film & video. Includes films by Joris Ivens, Stan Brakhage, Hollis Frampton, and loads more.  
  The Village Voice  The Voice's film section.   
  Wikipedia: Film Portal "Welcome to Wikipedia's portal for film. Film is an important art form; films entertain, educate, enlighten and inspire audiences. The visual elements of cinema need no translation, giving the motion picture a universal power of communication. Films are also artifacts created by specific cultures, which reflect those cultures, and in turn, affect them."  
  Women Make Movies "Women Make Movies is a multicultural, multiracial, non-profit media arts organization which facilitates the production, promotion, distribution and exhibition of independent films and videotapes by and about women."  
  World Cinema Nice site dedicated to some of World Cinema's finest films, directors and actors.   
  Zero for Conduct "Michael Atkinson's blogorrhea in regards to cinema, writing & anti-imperialist dudgeon."  
  Zeroland: Film on the Web A comprehensive directory of film web sites.  
     
     
     
  Non-Film  
  Acclaimed Music "Lists of the 3,000 most acclaimed albums and songs of all time compiled from critics' best-of lists all around the world."  
  Interview Magazine "Art, Fashion, Culture News, Everyday."  
  BBC America - Anglophenia "Anglophenia...because blogging sounds better with a British accent."  
  Culture Wars Culture Wars is the reviews website of the Institute of Ideas. Of particular interest is the Essential Films section. "The Essential Films series of reviews is intended to help readers understand how film has gone from being a mere curiosity to the most popular art-form worldwide in little more than a century, by analysing individual films from the dawn of the medium to the present day. "  
      
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