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    "Insidious" Director James Wan: Tired of torture porn, "I want to make my romantic comedy"

    Seven years after launching the horror franchise "Saw," director James Wan wants to revitalize the genre once more with his haunted house thriller, "Insidious." Like "Saw," it was an independent production and written by his long-time collaborator Leigh Whanell. However, "Insidious" boasts none of ...

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    Five Projects We're Rooting For: ACT UP Doc, "Shoplifting from American Apparel" and More

    In this week's in-production column, indieWIRE speaks with Scott Robbe, producer of an untitled ACT UP project. Also in the spotlight are three films from IndieGoGo: "Shoplifting from American Apparel" (one of our favorite titles); a documentary of women in rock; and an NYU thesis...

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    'Hit So Hard' Creates Hole Reunion: "We're Here Because Patty's Alive"

    In summer 2007, Hole drummer Patty Schemel came to her friend P. David Ebersole with a suitcase full of Hi8 tapes she shot over her years with the band. Along with images of Hole members Eric Erlandson, Melissa Auf der Maur, late bassist Kristen Pfaff and Courtney Love, Schemel's camera doc...

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    Helen Mirren: A Hollywood Dame

    Mirren and Russell Brand, costars of Arthur, clearly admire each other.

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    Michigan's Film Incentives Are Leaving. So Are Its Filmmakers.

    Michigan's generous film production tax credits appear to have been too good to be true. Now, the state's burgeoning film industry is losing its momentum and filmmakers are fleeing the state.

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    "In a Better World"'s Susanne Bier on Oscar, Working With Kids, and Getting Personal on Film

    Susanne Bier, one of Denmark's most celebrated and popular filmmakers, has mined a successful career out of family disruption. From her Academy Award-nominated "After the Wedding" to her first English language feature "Things We Lost in the Fire," starring Halle Berry and Benicio Del Toro, Bier has ...

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    The 8 Films You Must See This April

    April is about to give 2011 a significant dose of excellent specialty cinema, including a pair of Academy Award-nominated foreign films, new work from Kelly Reichardt and Duncan Jones, some great Danes, and the first medieval stoner comedy to star both an Oscar host and a best actress winner. Check ...

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    INTERVIEW | "Wrecked" First-Timer on Working with Oscar Winner Adrien Brody

    This interview with "Wrecked" director Michael Greenspan was originally published shortly following last year's Abu Dhabi Film Festival, where the film had its world premiere. "Wrecked" opens in limited release this Friday, April 1, courtesy of IFC Midnight.

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    INTERVIEW | "To Catch a Dollar" Director Gayle Ferraro On Just Going For It

    This is the inspiring, logic-defying, yet true story of one man’s idea, a strange new kind of bank, and the millions of lives it’s changed – around the world and here in the United States.

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    ND/NF 2011 | 14 Directors In Their Own Words

    New York's Museum of Modern Art and the Film Society of Lincoln Center once again joined forces to produce the 40th edition of the popular New Directors/New Films series. A number of directors from this year's edition provided responses for indieWIRE's annual Meet the ND/NF Filmmake...

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