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    SXSW Darling 'The Heart Machine' Gets October Release Date From Filmbuff

    FilmBuff today announced an autumn theatrical and Video On Demand release of "The Heart Machine," the full-length directorial debut from Zachary Wigon.

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    Casting: Elle Fanning Will Learn 'How To Talk to Girls At Parties,' Penelope Cruz Joins 'Grimsby' & More

    The long developing adaptation of Neil Gaiman's short story "How To Talk To Girls At Parties" is finally getting a bit of traction. Elle Fanning will star in the "two-hander love story focusing on a schoolboy and ‎punk who uses music and art as a way to escape and a female alien tourist (Fanning) wh...

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    "DVD Is the New Vinyl" Podcast: Featuring David Cross, Kate Lyn Sheil & Mark Webber

    Each month on The Playlist, critic-programmer Aaron Hillis (owner of Video Free Brooklyn, three-time "Best Video Store in NYC") highlights a handful of the latest, greatest new DVDs and Blu-rays, and asks a trio of industry guests to discuss their favorites of the month. For previous editions of the...

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    Interview: Kate Lyn Sheil & John Gallagher Jr., Navigate Tech-Dating & Obsession In 'The Heart Machine'

    Part of the pleasure of attending an established film festival like South By Southwest is the caliber of emerging talent it attracts: when you’re seeing a new director’s feature debut, you can rest (reasonably) assured that the cream of the submissions pile has risen to the top. Such is the case wit...

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    SXSW Review: Kate Lyn Sheil Is the Beating Heart of 'The Heart Machine'

    Having now seen six of the total eight films in SXSW’s narrative competition section, I must admit I’m rather underwhelmed by the offerings. However, one performance has stuck with me.

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    SXSW Review: ‘The Heart Machine’ Starring Kate Lyn Sheil & John Gallagher Jr.

    As more tools, apps, devices and iProducts emerge to ease the struggles of modern existence, the manifestations of each invention come with unforeseen consequences. And as such, as the digital age progresses, the complexities of intimacy, relationships and sex are increased. While the stigma of onli...

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    Venice Review: Ti West's 'The Sacrament,' Starring AJ Bowen, Joe Swanberg & Amy Seimetz

    Thirty-three years on from "Cannibal Holocaust" and fourteen from "The Blair Witch Project," found-footage horror is still going strong. It's no surprise really: they're cheap to make, consistently popular and almost always hugely profitable. But even with the "Paranormal Activity" and "V/H/S" franc...

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    Kate Lyn Sheil Joins Season Two of Netflix's 'House of Cards'

    While her "Sun Don't Shine" director Amy Seimetz can currently be seen in AMC's "The Killing" and HBO's "Family Tree," Kate Lyn Sheil will soon be seen in television project of her own.

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    'Sun Don't Shine' Duo Kate Lyn Sheil and Kentucker Audley On Braving the Florida Swamps for Amy Seimetz and Working on Ti West's Upcoming Horror

    Amy Seimetz's "Sun Don't Shine," which is currently in limited release after debuting at SXSW last year, is a startling, visceral freshman film from the "Upstream Color" star. In addition to receiving plenty of support in the form of rave reviews (you can read ours here), the film also serves as an ...

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