By Indiewire Staff | Indiewire May 2, 2011 at 8:06AM
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Will Kathryn Bigelow still "Kill Bin Laden"?
Big news from outside the film world still has a way of directly affecting film production. The Hollywood Reporter writes on the possible changes to Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow's next project, the recently outdated "Kill Bin Laden."
Edward Burns closes Tribeca
The Tribeca Film Festival came to a close last night with a screening of "Newlyweds," the latest film from writer/director Edward Burns. Burns sat down with Movieline's Christopher Rosen to talk about the festival and what his new film brings to the table.
Russian film fans rejoice!
Mosfilm , the historic Russian studio, is going digital. The New York Times writes about Mosfilm's YouTube channel, offering around 50 of the company's films available for free streaming with English subtitles. Finally, a Tarkovsky fix for your iPhone.
Hot trailers from Hot Docs.
The Documentary Blog offers a short collection of trailers from the Hot Docs Film Festival currently taking place in Toronto. Highlights include trailers for "The Pirate Tapes," "Senna," and "Fightville."