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    Directing Workshop for Women Selects '09 Participants

    The AFI Directing Workshop for Women (DWW) announced that it has selected the eight participants for its 2009 workshop. The participants are Angie Comer, Deborah Correa, Lisa Gold, Emmy Grinwis, Maggie Kiley, Kaz Phillips, Sylvia Sether and Kinga Suto.

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    Tribeca All Access Announces 27 Projects for '09

    The Tribeca Film Festival has announced the selected projects for Tribeca All Access (TAA). TAA is "designed to help foster and nurture relationships between film industry executives and filmmakers from traditionally underrepresented communities." In its sixth year, the program will present 27 new ...

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    Ed Westwick Is Totally Not Gay

    Ed Westwick Is Totally Not Gay

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    Spike Jonze + UNKLE = Heaven

    Spike Jonze + UNKLE = Heaven

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    Round Up: Surveying "Sin Nombre"

    "I felt strange about the possibility of profiting on a story about real people risking their lives," "Sin Nombre" director Cary Joji Fukunaga told indieWIRE in an interview that details the extensive (and, at times, life-threatening) research he did for his feature directorial debut. "I get frustra...

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    "This Is Real Life": Interview With "Skills Like This" Director Monty Miranda

    A year ago, Monty Miranda's "Skills Like This" was one of the favorites at the 2008 SXSW Film Festival, winning the audience award for best narrative feature. Since, it has gone on to screen at dozens of fests, including Edinburgh, Starz Denver, Atlanta, and Jacksonville. In the film, three friends...

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    Round Up: Steve McQueen's "Hunger" (+ exclusive video clip)

    "That “Hunger” forces us to so openly speak about the rigor of its specific filmmaking choices is perhaps the thrust of its value as a work of art, especially in a sea of films and filmmakers that either claim to approach creaky realism via the unplanned moment or efface their creation entirely," writes Jeff Reichert in his review of Steve McQueen's "Hunger" for indieWIRE. "'Hunger' is coolly artificial, and openly betrays its creator’s background in the art world—one could almost pull apart specific images (urine flooding from underneath the cell doors of Maze prison steadily joining into a single stream, the repeated superimpositions of bi...

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    Review | The Eponymous Man: Ben Steinbauer's "Winnebago Man"

    "Winnebago Man" brilliantly encapsulates the transformative power of the online video boom. Director Ben Steinbauer focuses on "one of the greatest swearers of all time," the furious subject of a series of outtakes for a Winnebago promotional video, as both an example of viral media ramifications an...

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    A Day Late and a (Hundred-Millon) Dollar(s) Short: Catching up with Watchmen

    A Day Late and a (Hundred-Millon) Dollar(s) Short: Catching up with Watchmen

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    Free Docs Gain Wider Reach Online with Hulu/Snag Pact

    A deal announced today will bring some of SnagFilms' 600 film library of documentaries to popular U.S. online video destination Hulu.com, the companies said today. Hulu, owned primarily by NBC Universal and News Corp., streams movies and TV shows for free and, like Snag, monetizes its content via em...

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