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    IN HIS OWN WORDS | Rodman Flender Shares a Scene From "Conan O'Brien Can't Stop"

    Rodman Flender, a friend of Conan O'Brien since their days at Harvard, followed O'Brien on his recent 32-city tour following O'Brien's much ballyhooed separation from NBC. The resulting documentary, "Conan O'Brien Can't Stop," hit select cinemas last Friday. Below find an exclusive scene from the fi...

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    Portman & Butler Win Elizabeth Taylor/Richard Burton Poll for Scorsese's Furious Love

    It will be no easy task to cast legends Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. Last week we invited you to play dreamcast with us, voting for the actors to play Taylor and Burton in Martin Scorsese's adaptation of their tempestuous love affair and chronicled in Furious Love. The results are in, an...

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    Beyond "Columbo": Five Must-See Peter Falk Performances

    As reminiscences for Peter Falk pour in, the actor leaves no legacy greater than "Columbo," the detective series that featured a typically calculated Falk throughout the 1970s and occasional made-for-TV movies thereafter. However, focusing on "Columbo" masks Falk's much broader range. Here, indieWIR...

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    Al Franken & Silverdocs Honor Legendary Documentarians DA Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus

    Yesterday here at the Silverdocs Documentary Film Festival, hundreds gathered in the large theater at the AFI Silver for the Guggenheim Symposium to honor the careers of DA Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus, the cinema verite filmmakers behind such classics as "The Energy War" (which took viewers into Ca...

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    Frameline at 35: Organizers Sound off on LGBT Film, Vocal Audiences & 3 1/2 Decades

    Turning 35 this year, Frameline, or the San Francisco LGBT Film Festival, joins the ranks of some of the world's most senior film events. It also has the distinguished title of the world's oldest gay festival, starting as a small gathering back in 1977, but quickly catapulting to screenings in the c...

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    INTERVIEW | "Conan O'Brien" Filmmaker Goes for the Jugular in New Doc

    Following a much bally-hooed separation from his former bosses at NBC that included a very lucrative buyout from his post as host of "The Tonight Show," Conan O'Brien embarked on a 32-city tour. His exit agreement from NBC included a clause that stipulated he could not do television for a period of ...

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    IN HIS OWN WORDS | Michael Rowe Shares a Steamy Scene From "Leap Year"

    Winner of the Camera d'Or at last year's Cannes Film Festival, Michael Rowe's feature debut, "Leap Year," is boundary-pushing, sexually explicit film sure to get people talking. The film opens June 24th in New York at Cinema Village courtesy of Strand Releasing. Rowe shared a steamy scene from his d...

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    L.A. Film Fest FUTURES | "How to Cheat" Director Amber Sealey on Ditching the Script

    Why She's On Our Radar: Sealey's first feature, the relationship drama "A Plus D," played the regional film festival circuit (although Sealey initially generated interest from Sundance). Her latest effort, "How to Cheat," premiered at the L.A. Film Festival last week to generally positive reactions. The film stars Kent Osbourne (most recently the star of Joe Swanberg's "Uncle Kent" and a writer for "Spongebob Squarepants") as a depressed chauffeur who decides to cheat on his wife (Sealey) when their sex life devolves into constant failed attempts to have a baby. Blending the look and feel of numerous DIY movies of the moment, Sealey still man...

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    The Essentials: The Films Of Nicolas Roeg

    You might say it’s a good month to be a fan of British cult filmmaker Nicolas Roeg. Just last week the Criterion Collection released the director’s 1985 oddball picture, “Insignificance,” and this week, his landmark science-fiction film “The Man Who Fell to Earth&rd...

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    indieWIRE's Project of the Day: "Exotic World and the Burlesque Revival," a Mojave Desert Story

    Each week, we usually gather up four or five projects in progress to feature in a single column. Now it’s going to be a daily feature, so we can give the spotlight to a single project each day.

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