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    45 Films to "Get Twisted" at 9th Annual Tallgrass Film Festival

    Wichita, Kansas may mostly be known for being in the middle of Tornado Alley and for its miles and miles of grasslands; however, for one weekend in October, the city of Wichita welcomes a slew of indie films -- 45 features to be exact -- to screen in the capital.

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    NYFF '11 | "Paradise Lost 3" Directors Joe Berlinger & Bruce Sinofsky: "Shame on Arkansas."

    "Shame on Arkansas for not exonerating these guys. Or, even shame on Arkansas if they really think they're guilty for letting child killers out of jail. Or, shame on Arkansas for not going out and finding the person or persons who committed this crime."

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    VIDEO | "The Way" star Martin Sheen: "God forgive me for playing a Republican!"

    Below, Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez talk making "The Way" with indieWIRE in Toronto during the '11 edition of the festival. This article was originally published during indieWIRE's coverage of the '11 festival where "The Way" first world premiered. Included below is a just-released video from the...

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    The 20 Best Movies About Politicians

    To a degree, every film is political. Some are political with a small p -- the insidious militarism in Michael Bay's "Transformers" films might go over the heads of many audience members, but it's there. Some are Political with a big P, setting out from the start to campaign on...

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    INTERVIEW | Michael Fassbender On Life, "Shame," Sex and "A Dangerous Method"

    Since their dual premieres in Venice, David Cronenberg's "A Dangerous Method" and Steve McQueen's "Shame" have defined 2011 as the year of Michael Fassbender.

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    FUTURES | "Human Centipede 2"'s Laurence Harvey: "It's an ordeal for the audience."

    Why He’s On Our Radar: Tom Six's "The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence)" will no doubt sear countless freaky images into your memory, but none of them will frighten you as much as the face of Martin, the mute madman at the center of the carnage. Played with full-on ferocity by bug-eyed British actor...

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    INTERVIEW | "Hell and Back Again" Director Danfung Dennis on Capturing War and All That Comes After

    Award-winning war photographer Danfung Dennis had no intention of making a film when he embedded himself with troops in Afghanistan in 2009. Accredited as a New York Times photographer, Dennis dropped down in the war zone with body armor, a backpack and a camera to capture the battle from the front ...

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    A Sound That Will Last Forever

    Film music buffs cite Jerry Goldsmith’s score for Chinatown as one of the all-time best, but relatively few people know who played the memorably moody trumpet lead. It was the same man you hear on the soundtrack of An American in Paris and countless other MGM musicals. Uan Rasey died last w...

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    INTERVIEW | "Dirty Girl" Juno Temple on Sex, Violence and "The Dark Knight Rises"

    In January, iW caught up with British actress Juno Temple at Sundance where she had two films ("Little Birds" and "Kaboom") playing. We touted her back then as an up-and comer, but now, who are we kidding. The 22-year-old is an established star in her own right. Need proof? She's currently in the pr...

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    How to Make a Documentary About a Band, Fishbone Style

    If a filmmaker is committed to being honest, no band's story worth telling is easy. If it's a look backward, you only (!) have to contend with multiple, often volatile, personalities. But when the music is still a going concern, you also must deal with the band as an entity unto itself.

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