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    Congrats to 'Speechless,' Indiewire's Project of the Week!

    Thanks to your votes, the short comedic wedding toast film "Speechless" won this weekend’s Project of the Week contest!

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    Review: 'Almayer's Folly' Another Brilliant, Mesmerizing Film From Chantal Akerman

    At this point, the filmmaker responsible for the much adored "Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles" can do whatever the hell she wants and still retain an immense amount of respect. Thankfully Chantal Akerman is still firing on all cylinders; "Almayer's Folly" (a loose adaptation of J...

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    Project of the Day: "Kwaku Ananse - A Fable, a Funeral and a Spider Coffin" Draws Upon Ghanaian Mythology

    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. In the meantime: Is this a movie you’d want to see? Tell us in the comments.

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    Maria Howell Cast As Seeder In 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire'

    She's the 3rd new actor of African descent to join the cast of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire - E. Roger Mitchell has been cast as troublemaker Chaff, and Meta Golding has been cast as Enobaria.

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    Preview Dramedy 'Homecoming' - 5 College Friends Reunite For Homecoming Weekend

    From writer/director Eugene Ashe, comes Homecoming, a featue film that premiered at this year’s Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival, which ended over the weekend.

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    'Breaking Bad' Star Aaron Paul Replaces Emile Hirsch In 'A Long Way Down'

    Sometimes as a project moves along, casting is changed for a variety of reasons, and sometimes filmmakers have to settle on someone who maybe isn't as enticing as their choice. However, for the upcoming adaptation of Nick Hornby's "A Long Way Down," that isn't the case.

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    Novelized Version Of 'Sparkle' Published & Available For Sale

    As was revealed in June, Howard Rosenman, the producer and co-writer of the original Sparkle movie, as well as exec producer of the 2012 remake sold the book rights to the film to Simon & Schuster, several months ago. The plan of course was to release a novelization of the movie, which has ...

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    'Twelve Years a Slave' Star Paul Giamatti Hints at What to Expect From Steve McQueen's Next Project

    In catching up with Indiewire to discuss his role in David Cronenberg's latest "Cosmopolis" (in theaters this Friday), Paul Giamatti dished a bit on his role in Steve McQueen's anticipated follow up last year's "Shame," "Twelve Years a Slave." In the fi...

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    Christoph Waltz Starring In Terry Gilliam's Next Film 'The Zero Theorem,' Filming Begins This Fall

    It was just last month that Terry Gilliam said that his long developing, forever plagued "The Who Killed Don Quixote" wouldn't be next, revealing that he was starting work on new film that would come first. "Romania. Let’s just say that I’ve been seen around Bucha...

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    New Orleans to Host New Film Festival FF ONE in September

    Amid other rebuilding and growth, New Orleans now has a new film festival, as well. An extension of ten-year-old non-profit filmmaker collective Timecode:NOLA, FF ONE will have its inaugural event September 28-30.

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