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Cheryl Hines among guests at Sarasota Film Festival

Here's some pretty, pretty, pretty good news: Larry David's Curb Your Enthusiasm co-star Cheryl Hines is slated to host the Sarasota Film Festival's Filmmakers Awards ceremony April 13. The two-time Emmy winner, who also stars on the ABC sitcom Suburgatory, is attending the festival in conjunction with her movie Pasadena. Her director Will Slocombe and co-star Peter Bogdanovich are also scheduled to attend the film's world premiere in Sarasota, also on April 13. Bogdanovich, an acclaimed director (The Last Picture Show) and film historian is slated to participate in the festival's Conversations Series on April 14. Other festival guests joining the Inside the Actors Studio-style series include Mariel Hemingway (April 11), Lili Taylor (April 12) and Griffin Dunne (April 13). The 15th annual festival opens April 5 with the killer whale documentary Blackfish, and closes April 14 with Noah Baumbach's comedy Frances Ha. For information visit — Steve Persall, Times movie critic

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