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    Guest Post: Why I Started the San Francisco International Women’s Film Festival

    The genesis of founding the San Francisco International Women’s Film Festival started when I took a Film History II class in 2004 while earning my film degree at San Francisco State University. The focus of the course was to study the 1950’s and present day cinema and during the entire s...

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    6 Holy Docs to Watch For Free Before Easter & Passover Holidays: Indiewire @ Hulu

    6 Holy Docs to Watch For Free Before Easter & Passover Holidays: Indiewire @ Hulu

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  • The Playlist
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    Author Don Winslow Talks Latest Thriller 'Satori' & The Brewing Film Adaptation With Leonardo DiCaprio

    "Not to be preachy about it, but discipline is everything for a working writer, at least for this one. I can’t just wander around fields of flowers or sit brooding in coffee houses waiting for the muse to land on my shoulder and whisper in my ear.  That would nice, but it ain’t...

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    Get to Know Over 30 Tribeca Filmmakers Ahead of the Festival

    As has been the case for several years now, Indiewire is the place to get to known the Tribeca Film Festival filmmakers ahead of the annual festival in New York City. Today, we're launching the 2012 batch of filmmaker profiles. Expect to see two to four posted per day, leading up to the launch of th...

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    Meet the 2012 Tribeca Filmmakers #1: 'Supporting Characters' Director Daniel Schechter

    Daniel Schechter always wanted to make movies and believes his desire to communicate is best served by his skills as a filmmaker. He calls "Supporting Characters" a significant departure from his previous films ("The Big Bad Swim" and "Goodbye Baby") because of its semi-autobiographical nature. Whil...

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  • The Playlist
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    Discuss: Does A Public Blow-Up With 'Community' Creator Dan Harmon Mean Curtains For Chevy Chase On The Show?

    And it was all going so well for "Community." NBC's innovative, genre-hopping sitcom had gone through its darkest time after being yanked off the schedule late last year, and many wondered if the low-rated show with a cult following was headed to the chopping block. But in fact, being ...

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  • Shadow and Act
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    Dorian Missick, Yaya DaCosta, Gbenga Akinnagbe Set For Neil Drumming's "Big Words"

    Received word over the weekend that some S&A actor favorites - Dorian Missick, Yaya DaCosta and Gbenga Akinnagbe - have all signed on to star in Neil Drumming's feature film directorial debut titled Big Words.

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    Watch: Teaser Trailer Arrives For Katy Perry's 3D Movie 'Part Of Me,' Will Hit Theaters On July 4th

    Update: A teaser trailer has arrived for the movie which you can watch below. Hooray.

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    The Criticwire Survey: Your Most Embarrassing Cinematic Blindspot

    The Criticwire Survey: Your Most Embarrassing Cinematic Blindspot

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    Robert Luketic Eyes New Projects With Liam Hemsworth & Zhang Ziyi

    Robert Luketic doesn't seem to inspire as much vitriol from fans that the likes of McG or Shawn Levy seem to, but looking at his back-catalogue his cinematic sins aren't inconsiderable. Maybe it's down to his first film, the really rather fun "Legally Blonde," but since then he...

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