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Daily indieWIRE Clicks: Tom Six Plans an American "Centipede," Oscar Unpredictability and More

Today on indieWIRE.

Today on indieWIRE, we talked to Tom Six about his idea for a third "Human Centipede," tried to predict Oscar's unpredictable nominees, opened up voting for the first Project of the Month poll and much more!

INTERVIEW | Tom Six on “The Human Centipede” Franchise: Next Stop, America
Eric Kohn interviews "Human Centipede II" director Tom Six.

For Your Consideration: Do We Really Know Anything About This Year’s Oscar Race?
Peter Knegt on this year's seemingly unpredictable list of Oscar candidates.

The 7 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started A Film Festival
Rick Kariolic shares seven lessons on creating a film festival.

Herzog’s “Into the Abyss” to Kick Off 2nd DOC NYC
DOC NYC will open for its second year with Werner Herzog’s true crime documentary “Into the Abyss” on November 2.

David Cronenberg Confirms He’s Written The Script for a Sequel to "The Fly"
Doing the rounds at the New York Film Festival today, David Cronenberg gave a surprising update about the status a sequel to "The Fly."

Decide Who Gets to Talk to the Sundance Institute: Vote for indieWIRE’s Projects of the Month!
After catching up on Project of the Week voting for the past few weeks, we’re finally ready to open up the voting for our Projects of the Month.

Herzog Talks "Into the Abyss," Opens DOC NYC, Looks “deep into the heart of ourselves”
Anne Thompson interviews Werner Herzog about his new film, "Into the Abyss."

“Hell and Back Again” Isn’t the Only Winner at Maine Doc Fest
Non-fiction took center stage over the weekend in Maine with the 2011 Camden International Film Festival.

Steven Spielberg Joins the Board of Directors at the Jacob Burns Film Center
Director Steven Spielberg has joined the board of the Jacob Burns Film Center, a nonprofit cultural arts organization dedicated to independent film exhibition and promoting 21st-century literacy.

Award-Winning Comedy “My Uncle Rafael” Lands Home at Slater Brothers Entertainment
Marc Fusco’s indie comedy “My Uncle Rafael” has been picked up by Slater Brothers Entertainment for a North American release.

“Miss Representation” Wins Audience Award at Palo Alto Fest
The Palo Alto International Film Festival concluded Sunday with the inaugural presentation of the Sallie Gardner awards in Mountain View. California. The festival’s Christie Audience award went to Jennifer Siebel Newsom’s documentary “Miss Representation.”

IW’s Project of the Week “The Miracle Man”; Vote Again!
Thanks to your votes, crash survivor drama “The Miracle Man” won this weekend’s Project of the Week contest for last week!

CAA Managing Director Bryan Lourd Elected to LACMA Board of Trustees
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) has announced the election of Bryan Lourd, managing partner of Creative Artists Agency, as one of three new members of its Board of Trustees.

In His Own Words | Jeff Phillips Shares a Scene From His Social Networking Teen Drama “@urFRENZ”
Below director-writer Jeff Phillips shares a scene from his social networking teen thriller “@urFRENZ.” The film is currently available On Demand.

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