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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Vanaja" Director Rajnesh Domalpalli

    Indian director Rajnesh Domalpalli's "Vanaja" centers on the 15 year-old daughter of a financially troubled fisherman. The girl goes to work in the local landlady's house hoping to learn Kuchipudi dance and does well. But, the landlady's son returns from the U.S. and what begins as an innocent sexua...

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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    Day-And-Date

    Day-And-Date

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    The 2007 BRM Fall Film Festival Preview #1: Lee Issac Chung's Munyurangabo (Liberation Day)

    The 2007 BRM Fall Film Festival Preview #1: Lee Issac Chung's Munyurangabo (Liberation Day)

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    DOC COLUMN | Doc Filmmakers Guide to the IFP Market

    Approaching its 29th incarnation, running from September 16 -19 in downtown New York, the Independent Feature Project's IFP Market has become an important stop for documentary films. Unlike a festival, the Market is intended to give buyers and festival programmers a peek at new work. Through closed ...

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    Quiet City

    Quiet City

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  • "Boredom at Its Boredest" by Michael ...
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    SWANBERG/BUJALSKI TO OPEN MUMBLECORE-THEMED RESTAURANTS IN 2008

    SWANBERG/BUJALSKI TO OPEN MUMBLECORE-THEMED RESTAURANTS IN 2008

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    Give tobacco to my animals.

    Give tobacco to my animals.

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    The Hottest State

    The Hottest State

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    REVIEW | True Colors: Ethan Hawke's "The Hottest State"

    Over nearly twenty years, Ethan Hawke, despite playing a variety of roles in disparate genres, has managed to create a recognizable star persona for himself. Perhaps too recognizable for some, as he can be easily pigeonholed and has become a bit of a punching bag for those not on his wavelength. Haw...

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