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    Doc Community Responds to Laura Poitras' Report of Unjust Treatment

    This weekend, in a post on his popular political blog, Salon's Glenn Greenwald posted a story about the ways that the Department of Homeland Security has routinely intimidated and violated the fourth amendment rights of documentary filmmaker Laura Poitras, who is currently at work on the third of he...

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    Does Mozilla's Living Docs Project Give Us a Taste of the Future of Documentary Storytelling?

    A few days before this year's SXSW, the Mozilla Foundation (the nonprofit organization that most famously gives us the Firefox web browser) launched Living Docs Project, an online home for transmedia documentary storytelling.

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    6 Techniques To Research and Locate Film Investors

    I was in Manhattan’s Four Seasons Hotel, sitting across from a Wall Street guy who had already rejected me twice about investing in my latest independent film, “Em.” I wondered how I would afford yet another round of $20 drinks when he stared at me, smiled, then raised his glass an...

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    Another One Bites the Dust: Greenwich's Beloved World of Video to Close Its Doors After 29 Years

    Just last week, Indiewire ran a popular interview independent filmmaker Alex Ross Perry ("The Color Wheel") did with Joe Martin, the longtime proprietor of Brooklyn rental store Reel Life, which closed its doors at the end of last month. The piece struck a chord with our readers, many of w...

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    Wounded and Willing Prey: 'Mad Men' Goes Dark

    "Mystery Date," last night's episode of "Mad Men," closed with The Crystals controversial ode to love and abuse "He Hit Me (And It Felt Like A Kiss)," a fitting theme song for an episode all about the dark things that lurk in the night or in our own subconsciou...

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    Andrew Jarecki Reflects On 'Capturing the Friedmans' and Why It Needs a Sequel

    Andrew Jarecki Reflects On 'Capturing the Friedmans' and Why It Needs a Sequel

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    Inaugural Montclair Film Festival to Open with 'The Oranges' Starring Catherine Keener

    The Montclair Film Festival has announced its inaugural line-up for 2012. The festival will open with Julian Farino's New Jersey-set "The Oranges" starring Hugh Laurie, Catherine Keener and Oliver Platt.

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    Congrats to 'Werewolves in the Mall of America,' Indiewire's Project of the Week!

    Thanks to your votes, the first-generation immigrant drama "Werewolves in the Mall of America" won this weekend’s Project of the Week contest!

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    How Pablo Larrain's 'Post Mortem' Turns History Into Horror

    How Pablo Larrain's 'Post Mortem' Turns History Into Horror

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    Meet the 2012 Tribeca Filmmakers #15: 'Consuming Spirits' Director Chris Sullivan

    Chris Sullivan was one of 12 kids growing up in the hills of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania raised by a British mother and an Irish American father. Sullivan's been an artist since he was young, having started out as a painter and a ceramicist before moving onto animation and later film, video and perform...

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