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    Camden International Film Festival Announces Complete Lineup and Points North Doc Forum

    The Camden International Film Festival on the coast of Maine, one of the strongest industry events for documentary filmmaking in New England, has announced its features lineup for its 2011 edition. Included in the lineup are world premieres from Lyda Kuth's "Love and Other Anxieties" and Gabriel De...

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    On Location at the El Capitan

     

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    FUTURES | "Happy, Happy" Anne Sewitsky Brings Her Brand of Norwegian Humor to America

    Age: 33. Hometown: Stavern, Norway.

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    Toronto Day 8: Minute by Minute

    Each day at the Toronto International Film Festival (September 9-19), indieWIRE is publishing a frequently updated dispatch from Toronto.

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    IN HIS OWN WORDS | Tom Tykwer Shares a Scene From "Three"

    Below director Tom Tykwer ("Run, Lola, Run") shares an exclusive scene from his sexy romantic drama "Three." Strand Releasing is opening the Berlin-set film this Friday, September 16 in limited release.

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    Doris Day, Looney Tunes, Kodachrome…and more

    Like many of you, I receive e-mail links almost every day from friends who pass along interesting posts. Some of them turn out to be gems while others are a waste of time. I’ve accumulated a few I definitely want to share, beginning with a charming printed conversation between Paul McC...

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    INTERVIEW | Glenn Close and Janet McTeer On the Unsung Heroes of "Albert Nobbs"

    "Albert Nobbs" is known as the Glenn Close Passion Project, the One Where She Plays a Man, but the film is a much more complicated construction. It's the story of, yes, one Albert Nobbs (Close), a waiter who works in a 19th-century Dublin hotel. Albert is also a woman living a very circumspect life ...

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    Toronto Inspired: indieWIRE @ Hulu Docs

    The international film industry and local cinephiles have been sampling hundreds of new titles for the past week at the Toronto International Film Festival. For the latest indieWIREcurated selections on Hulu's Documentaries page, we're taking inspiration from TIFF's crop of new docs.

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    Todd Solondz on 'Dark Horse' and His Career: 'Expectations work against me.'

    Ever since "Welcome to the Dollhouse" put Todd Solondz on the map in 1995, he has been considered a unique provocateur, willing to portray angst-riddled outcasts in a sympathetic light while also highlighting their imperfections.

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    The Wisdom of the Crowd: Why The Toronto Scene Has Led to Skimpy Sales

    At a film festival, nothing is more dreadful than a blank screen. But that's what audiences confronted last Sunday at the Toronto International Film Festival during the first few minutes of "Your Sister's Sister," the latest feature from "Humpday" director Lynn Shelton. Then came those seven dreaded...

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