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    Watch: Red Band Trailer for Denmark's 'Klown' Is Very Funny, Very Dirty, Very NSFW

    Start your day right, with a little Danish crass next to your coffee. Drafthouse Films opens "Klown" on July 27 (NY, LA, Austin & VOD), but the red band trailer for Mikkel Nøgaard's comedy, hailed by Eric Kohn as "raunchy, fearless and awesome," has arrived. The film is based on a popular Danish TV ...

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    Project of the Day: Keeping the House in the Family in 'Starboard Light'

    Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite.

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    The Top 10 Indies to Watch on VOD This May

    Indiewire has weeded through the films hitting VOD this month to bring you 10 to look out for. Variety was key in selection, so you'll find everything from a gore fest set in a mental asylum, to a documentary on the world of poker, to Robert Pattinson's latest non-"Twilight" flick....

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    Critical Consensus: Ann Hornaday and David Sterritt Discuss Shirley Clarke's Newly Restored 'The Connection'

    The Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday and National Society of Film Critics chair David Sterritt take on Shirley Clarke's 1962 cult hit about a documentary filmmaker attempting to document a group of junkies in the West Village.

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    Watch: Exclusive Trailer for Broadway Understudy Documentary 'The Standbys'

    Ahead of its world premiere at the Tony Awards Film Series on May 12, Indiewire has the exclusive trailer for Stephanie Rigg's Broadway understudy expose, "The Standbys."

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    'The Corrections' The TV Series is a No-Go

    Sorry, Franzenites. According to Deadline, HBO has scrapped its plans to make a series based on Jonathan Franzen's acclaimed 2001 novel about a Midwestern couple and their three grown children after considering its pilot. "The Corrections" was shaping up to be high-end TV indeed, with Noah Baumbach ...

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    MPAA Denies NC-17 Appeal on Jennifer Lynch's 'Chained'

    On and on goes the saga of the MPAA ratings appeals. Sometimes it's part of a big publicity stunt (think anything Weinstein); sometimes the MPAA just gets it wrong ("The Perks of Being a Wallflower" had its rating changed earlier this year). And sometimes the appeals have been frivolou...

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    "This is a 13-hour independent movie": Eli Roth and Brian McGreevy Talk 'Hemlock Grove' on KCRW

    "Hostel" director Eli Roth took to KCRW for a really interesting episode of "The Business" in which he and writer Brian McGreevy talked about their upcoming Netflix horror series "Hemlock Grove."

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    Lionsgate and GoDigital to Release 'The Big Fix' June 19 on DVD and VOD

    Josh and Rebecca Harrell Tickell's Cannes 2011 documentary "The Big Fix," which investigates the Deepwater Horizon oil-spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico and its economic and environmental after-effects, will receive a June 19 release on DVD and VOD.

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    Not Marching? Celebrate May Day with These 10 Labor Docs for International Workers' Day

    The documentary community has helped the labor movement gain attention over the years, with some periods seeing more labor sympathy than others. Here's 10 documentaries we suggest you consider watching as part of your International Workers' Day education.

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