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    Campaign Clip Show.

    Campaign Clip Show.

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    Hollywood to Women: Drop Dead

    Hollywood to Women: Drop Dead

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    DISPATCH FROM MASSACHUSETTS | Nearly 10 Years and Counting: Creative Capital Convenes the Class of '

    Nearly ten years ago, at a Manhattan cocktail party celebrating the launch of the Creative Capital Foundation, board member Richard Linklater reflected on the significance of receiving a small state arts grant early on in his career, back before making "Slacker." Despite the limited amount of cash, ...

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    Nick Hilligoss and the State Animation Today.

    Nick Hilligoss and the State Animation Today.

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    "W." trailer and Bush as Performance Art.

    "W." trailer and Bush as Performance Art.

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    Movie Pick: Man on Wire

    Movie Pick: Man on Wire

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    Weekend Viewing Suggestions.

    Weekend Viewing Suggestions.

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    REVIEW | Carnival of Old Souls: Margaret Brown's "The Order of Myths"

    It may come as something of a shock to most that in Mobile, Alabama, a culturally sanctified segregation still exists. And documentary filmmaker Margaret Brown must be relying on that shock from viewers of her exacting new film "The Order of Myths," even if it resolutely avoids sensationalism or pol...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "American Teen" Director Nanette Burnstein

    From John Hughes to Judd Apatow, the plight of the American teen has never lacked appeal in popular culture. But even this steadfast truism doesn't make the concept for "American Teen" immediately salable. A nonfiction portrait of several prototypical seventeen year olds in Warsaw, Indiana, the movi...

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