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    Of Fearless Masterpieces and Queer Visions: Strand Releasing Hits 25 Years of Uncompromising Passion for Exceptional Gems

    Among the numerous concepts associated with the word “strand,” there is one that describes it as an element that forms part of a more complex entity but still retaining certain individuality. It is a singular thread, which despite belonging to a group of similarly functioning organisms, remains dist...

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    Summer Movie Preview: The 40 Indies You Must See

    The summer movie season isn't exactly best known for independent film. With billions of dollars set to be spent on a vast amount of sequels and remakes ("The Amazing Spider Man 2," "X-Men: Days of Future Past," "22 Jump Street," "Step Up All In," "Transformers 4," "The Expendables 3," etc, etc, etc....

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    Equating "Liberal Struggle" Under Nazi Rule To "Black Struggle" In Roland Gall's 'How I Became A Negro' (Seen It?)

    Equating "Liberal Struggle" Under Nazi Rule To "Black Struggle" In Roland Gall's 'How I Became A Negro' (Seen It?)

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    Crosspost: The Time of Her Life

    In her 30-year career, Lee Shallat Chemel has worked on some of TV's best women-driven comedies, like "Murphy Brown," "The Nanny," and "The Middle." In between gigs, she has become her own one-woman mentorship program. (Bonus: Chemel shares a hilarious/horrific story involving Michael J. Fox and a k...

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    Tribeca Interview: Billy Crudup's Secret to a Strong, Lasting Career

    The articulate, good-humored Crudup spoke to Indiewire about his long, lucky career, and how his acting approach has matured ever since co-starring with Brad Pitt, Dustin Hoffman, and Robert De Niro in “Sleepers,” his first released film back in 1996.

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    Watch All 6 Installments Of Video Interview Series w/ Director Hawa Essuman As She Develops Supernatural Drama 'Djin'

    Watch All 6 Installments Of The Video Interview Series w/ Director Hawa Essuman As She Develops Her Supernatural Drama 'Djin'

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    Steven Soderbergh Cuts "Heaven's Gate" Down to Size

    Michael Cimino's infamously sprawling Western gets some tough love in Soderbergh's 108-minute edit.

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    10 One-Man Show Movies

    If there's any justice in the world, many of you will spend 85 minutes of your upcoming weekend in a car with Tom Hardy. "Locke," the formally-rigorous, real-time Steven-Knight-directed film opens on Friday, and it's terrific: a taut drama that unfolds like a thriller despite being a small, detail-s...

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    Criticwire Survey: Right the First Time

    It seems like every day there's some once-derided movie being hailed as a misunderstood classic. But what about movies that were terrible then are are terrible now?

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    EXCLUSIVE: Actor Daniel Franzese Writes a Touching Coming Out Letter To His Iconic 'Mean Girls' Character Damian

    Daniel Franzese, who played openly gay Damian in "Mean Girls" -- which came out 10 years ago this month -- asked us to share this touching coming out letter he wrote to his character in the film.

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