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    Nicole Kidman + Queer Directors =

    Nicole Kidman + Queer Directors =

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    "I Only Want To Direct Films I Actually Give a Fuck About": "Anvil!" Director Sacha Gervasi

    EDITORS NOTE: This interview was originally published as part of indieWIRE's coverage of the 2008 Sundance Film Festival.

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    Wouter Barendrecht: Statement from Fortissimo Films

    The following statement was sent to indieWIRE tonight by Fortissimo Films, regarding the passing of Wouter Barendrecht.

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    AFI Dallas Makes Bank.

    AFI Dallas Makes Bank.

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    UPDATED | Wouter Barendrecht: 1965 - 2009

    UPDATE: Fortissimo Films issued a statement from London early Monday morning. It is available here at indieWIRE.

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    Ain't It Cool not cool with Friedman still

    Ain't It Cool not cool with Friedman still

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    Random Wikipedia Fact #41

    Random Wikipedia Fact #41

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    John Cameron Mitchell To Direct Kidman, Eckhart In "Rabbit"

    The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that "Rabbit Hole" will be director John Cameron Mitchell's anticipated follow-up to 2006's "Shortbus." Cameron Mitchell will direct the film from David Lindsay-Abaire's script, adapted from his own stage play. Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart will star in the fi...

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  • "Lincoln Blogs" by Michael Lerman
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    Three Must Sees For the Weekend

    Three Must Sees For the Weekend

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    Downsized but Not Out: AFI Dallas Sharpens its Event

    On a superficial level, the AFI Dallas Film Festival looks like another victim of the troubled economy. Scaled down to the extreme, its third year had noticeably slighter ambitions. Twenty-five Lexis vehicles shuttled festival guests around last year; this time, attendees without cars of their own w...

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