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    How a Documentary Filmmaker Makes the Leap to Narrative: R.J. Cutler and 'If I Stay'

    R.J. Cutler made a name for himself as a documentarian with films such as The Academy Award-nominated "The War Room," "A Perfect Candidate" and "The September Issue." Though he executive produced and directed "Nashville" on TV, "If I Stay" marks his narrative feature film debut. Indiewire recently s...

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  • Thompson on Hollywood
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    Margaret Atwood Talks Adapting 'MaddAddam' Trilogy with Aronofsky and HBO

    Darren Aronofsky's got another flood on his hands after this year's "Noah": he's executive producing an HBO adaptation of Margaret Atwood's MaddAddam trilogy, set in the middle of the 21st century after a so-called Waterless Flood that nearly wipes all of humanity off the planet.

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  • The Playlist
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    On The Rise 2014: 13 Actresses To Watch

    We’re about to hit a real sea-change with the kind of movies Hollywood is making. For years, studio bosses shied away from the idea of making movies with female leads that weren’t weepies or romantic comedies, but last year saw the three of the top-grossing movies — “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,...

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    Found Footage Films Use Cinema's History to Uncover Its Future

    Movies like "Songs From the North" and "The Tony Longo Trilogy" create new images without shooting a frame.

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    Jim Jarmusch on Vampires, Music and the Future of Independent Film

    Jim Jarmusch talks to Indiewire about the future of independent film and his latest film, "Only Lovers Left Alive," which is now available to watch on Time Warner Cable Movies on Demand as part of their Indie Film Month.

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    How Italy's Oldest Film Company Helped Redefine Women's Roles

    Italy’s oldest production company, Titanus, gets a comprehensive retrospective at Locarno.

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    Emmys Rundown: The Good, the Bad, the Gender Disparity

    Who we're rooting for: Kate McKinnon, Anna Gunn, Alison Tolman, Lizzy Caplan.

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    Is It Time to Let Go of the French New Wave?

    As the Nouvelle Vague tag has grown to encompass filmmakers who weren't originally part of it, does it stop us from seeing their new films on their own terms?

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    "Perfidia" - The Only Italian Film Selected for Competition at the Locarno Film Festival

    During the Locarno Film Festival I sat down with "Perfidia" writer/director Bonifacio Angius, star Stefano Deffenu, and Sardinia Film Commissioner Nevina Satta. "Perfidia" is the sole Italian film in competition at the Locarno Film Festival where it just had its world premiere.

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    The Lovely 'God Loves Gays' Billboard Campaign and How You Can Help It

    God wants to put a stop to bigotry in Topeka, Kansas.

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