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NYT | Little Movies, Big Problems

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire June 30, 2008 at 5:33AM

"Hollywood is having a good-to-great summer," David Carr writes today, in his weekly New York Times column, "Once you start looking under the tent poles, though, perhaps for a film where nothing is blown up, things become grim. This summer, it seems only “The Visitor” will hit the classic indie trifecta of good reviews, strong word of mouth and staying power in theaters." Carr digs deeper in the wake of Mark Gill's recent L.A. Film Festival keynote speech, which was published by indieWIRE last week.
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"Hollywood is having a good-to-great summer," David Carr writes today, in his weekly New York Times column, "Once you start looking under the tent poles, though, perhaps for a film where nothing is blown up, things become grim. This summer, it seems only “The Visitor” will hit the classic indie trifecta of good reviews, strong word of mouth and staying power in theaters." Carr digs deeper in the wake of Mark Gill's recent L.A. Film Festival keynote speech, which was published by indieWIRE last week.