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    Sundance Buy: IFC Films Acquires John Slattery's 'God's Pocket'

    IFC Films has acquired the U.S. rights to John Slattery's directorial debut "God's Pocket," the company announced at The Sundance Film Festival where the film made its world premiere in the U.S. Dramatic Competition section earlier this week.

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    'Mad Men''s John Slattery Talks to Indiewire From the Set of 'God's Pocket,' His Directorial Debut Starring Philip Seymour Hoffman and Christina Hendricks

    John Slattery, the four-time Best Supporting Actor Emmy nominee, and five-time director on AMC's "Mad Men" is making his feature film directorial debut with an adaptation of "God's Pocket," a 1983 novel from National Book Award winner Pete Dexter. Slattery developed an affinity for Dexter's novel of...

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    A Culture, A Country and an Ad Agency Divided on 'Mad Men'

    Check out our review and recap of "A Tale of Two Cities," the June 2, 2013 episode of "Mad Men."

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    Philip Seymour Hoffman To Star In John Slattery's Directorial Debut, Cate Blanchett Teams With David Mamet For 'Blackbird'

    Incoming casting news, fresh from the French Riviera: first off, Philip Seymour Hoffman has signed on for a new film, so we can all get our regular dose of rumpled magnificence. “God's Pocket” will be directed by John Slattery, who you know as “Mad Men”'s silver fox Roger Sterling but who is making ...

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    Tribeca: Amy Morton and John Slattery On Shooting 'Bluebird' in Maine For What Felt Like a Decade

    Writer/director Lance Edmand's "Bluebird" was one of the first films to premiere at Tribeca this year, and received a warm response for its stunning cinematography from star indie DP Jody Lee Lipes ("Martha Marcy May Marlene" and fantastic turns from a great group of actors. Leading the ensemble is ...

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    Exclusive: Photos From Tribeca Standout 'Bluebird' Starring Amy Morton, John Slattery, Adam Driver & More

    You won't see our review until tonight when the film premieres, but "Bluebird," the debut feature from first-time filmmaker Lance Edmands is a strikingly good drama and an auspicious beginning for writer/director Lance Edmands. Starring Amy Morton (George Clooney's older sister in "Up In The Air")...

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    Tribeca: Come See Penn Badgley, Zoe Kazan and The National Talk to Indiewire at the SoHo Apple Store

    Indiewire is once again partnering with Apple to host the Meet the Filmmakers Tribeca Talks Series in partnership with the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival. The talks, running from this Friday, April 29 through April 27 at the Apple Store in SoHo, will feature in-depth conversations with leading filmmaker...

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    Is the 'Mad Men' Premiere's Obsession With Mortality a Sign Another Character Death is Coming?

    Don Draper (Jon Hamm) hasn't really changed. He's gotten older, wiser in some ways and not in others, more introspective. He managed to do what many people have idly fantasized about at some point in their lives -- to shed an old identity and start fresh, to build himself a new, successful life from...

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    Tribeca First Look: Naomi Watts In 'Sunlight Jr.,' Melissa Leo In 'Bottled Up,' The Hotties Of 'GBF' & More

    The Tribeca Film Festival is rolling out more first-looks. First off, is director Steph Green’s latest endeavor, entitled "Run and Jump." The film marks Green’s return to Tribeca after winning in the Best Short Narrative category in 2008 for her film "New Boy." "Run and Jump" stars "Saturday Night L...

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    Review: 'In Our Nature' An Exploration Of Discord & Dysfunction Backed By Strong Performances

    If it weren’t for dysfunctional relationships, independent films might never have any stories to tell. “In Our Nature” is the latest in a long line of small-scale films about children who don’t get along with their parents, and the terms both come to in the process of a shared experience that throws...

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