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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW: Julian Hobbs, director of "Memoirs of My Nervous Illness"

    Director Julian Hobbs' narrative feature film debut "Memoirs of My Nervous Illness" stars Jefferson Mays ("The Notorious Bettie Page," "Kinsey"), and based on the 1903 journal written by Daniel Paul Schreber, a German judge who was incarcerated in an asylum under the watch of the obsessive Dr. Emil Flechsig. Schreber's insanity was characterized by startling delusions, all chronicled in his journal, including a belief that he directly communicated with God through a secret "nerve language," and a desire to transform himself into a woman. The film depicts the eccentric man's increasing descent into his alternate universe of supernatural powers...

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    Emerging Spectators: Cultivating the Art-House Audience in a Post-Auteur Culture

    At the Brooklyn Academy of Music earlier this month, renowned critic Andrew Sarris--the man who helped cultivate the auteur theory in the U.S.--appeared at a panel with critics J. Hoberman and Dennis Lim to celebrate the publication of the Village Voice Film Guide and a screening of Robert Bresson's...

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    Sneak Preview: Letters from Iwo Jima

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    The Forgotten Christmas Special

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    REVIEW | Half Step: James Ponsoldt's "Off the Black"

    There's a lot about "Off the Black" to remind you that it's a directorial debut - the bearded indie-type clerking a small-town convenience store who just screams "director's buddy," for example - but that's not the real problem. Writer/director James Ponsoldt's screenplay never stops reminding us th...

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    Reverse Shot: The Hotttttest Website Around

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    PARK CITY '07 | Showcasing First-timers, Slamdance Unveils 20 Feature Competition; Event Opening wit

    Now thirteen years old, the Slamdance Film Festival will open its 2007 event with Allan Moyle's "Weirdsville," starring Scott Speedman, Wes Bentley, Taryn Manning, Greg Bryk, Matt Frewer and Maggie Castle. The screwball comedy is described as the story of "two junkies on the run from a satanic cult,...

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    REVIEW | Daily Grind: Daniel Burman's "Family Law"

    I don't go to the movies looking for modest intentions any more than your average baseball fan goes to the stadium hoping to see some well laid-down bunts, but Daniel Burman's "Family Law" is cause for exception. This story of a thirtyish law professor, Ariel Perelman, (Daniel Hendler), wriggling be...

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  • "Boredom at Its Boredest" by Michael ...
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    Running Scared In The Valley

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