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    IW's Project of the Week "Rising Star"; Vote Again!

    Thanks to your votes, insurance adjuster romcom "Rising Star" won this weekend's Project of the Week contest for this week!

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    Why Fantastic Fest is Theater of the Absurd for Movie Nerds

    Austin's rambunctious genre festival, Fantastic Fest, is churning through its seventh year with dozens of diverse new movies from around the world. And yet it's sometimes easy to forget there's actually a film festival going on.

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    "Limelight" Director Billy Corben: "We didn't compromise."

    Documentary filmmaker Billy Corben and his films talk a mile a minute. He's prone to running off on tangents, and it's hard to keep up, but luckily, that's not the case with his new film "Limelight," a slick, fast-paced and intelligent documentary on the rise and fall of Peter Gatien, the legendary ...

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    Here's the Project of the Week Winner: "Gayby;" Vote Again!

    Thanks to your votes, best-friends-making-a-baby film "Gayby," won this weekend's Project of the Week contest for this week!

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    Will You See This Movie? | "The Slaughter Rule" Filmmakers Return, With a "Twilight" Werewolf

    Alex and Andrew Smith are two Montana boys who made their debut with the football drama "The Slaughter Rule," which starred Ryan Gosling, at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival. For "Winter in the Blood," the brothers are again using their home state to illustrate an interior world with an adaptation of...

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    INTERVIEW | Mark Landsman On His Jamie Foxx-Approved Funk Doc, "Thunder Soul"

    Winner of the 2010 Audience Award for Best Feature Documentary at the SXSW Film Festival, Mark Landsman's “Thunder Soul” follows the alumni of Houston’s Kashmere High School Stage Band, who return home after 35 years to play a tribute concert for their 92-year-old band leader, Conrad "Prof" Johnson.

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    The Essentials: The Films Of Claude Chabrol

    Looking at the core French New Wave movement in broad strokes, you essentially get five Cahiers Du Cinéma critics-turned-filmmakers: Jean-Luc Godard, the all-you-need-is-a-gun-and-a-woman, pop-cinema deconstructionist turned oblique radical; François Truffaut, the humanist with an affinity for child...

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    INTERVIEW | "Shit Year," Says Director Cam Archer, "is a thinly veiled portrait of me."

    Cam Archer was just 20 when he made his first short, "Bobbycrush," which screened at Sundance in 2004. Since then, he's crafted a body of work that makes him one of America's most promising young filmmakers. His first feature, the gay coming-of-age tale "Wild Tigers I Have Known," was produced by Gu...

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    FUTURES | "Weekend" Director Andrew Haigh: "This is not a film about sex and drugs."

    Why He's On Our Radar: The breakout film at this year's SXSW Film Festival was Andrew Haigh's "Weekend," which screened in the out-of-competition Emerging Visions section and received the audience award.

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    In Her Own Words | Margaret Whitton Shares a Scene From "A Bird of the Air"

    Below director Margaret Whitton shares a scene from her feature directorial debut, "A Bird of the Air." The romantic dramedy comes out in limited release this Friday, September 23.

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