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    INTERVIEW | "Viva Riva!" Director Shines a Spotlight on Kinshasa

    Djo Tunda Wa Munga's feature debut, the intoxicating action-thriller "Viva Riva!," premiered at last year's Toronto International Film Festival with a bang. It has since gone on to play at Berlin and SXSW, on top of collecting six awards (including best film) at the African Movie Academy Awards. Mun...

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    INTERVIEW | "One Lucky Elephant" Director Lisa Leeman on Her Doc That Took 10 Years to Make

    Lisa Leeman's documentary, "One Lucky Elephant," tracks the nine-year odyssey of circus producer David Balding as he tries to find the star of his circus, the elephant Flora, a good home. Leeman caught up with indieWIRE to discuss the genesis of the project and what it was like working with an eleph...

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    Outfest Reveals 2011 Festival Line-up, Ones to Watch, and More

    Outfest's 29th Annual Gay & Lesbian Film Festival kicks off in L.A. on July 7th and runs until the 17th with 163 films (67 features and 96 shorts) from 25 countries, along with over a dozen panels and special events. "This year's line-up is one of the strongest in Outfest history and we're excited t...

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    indieWIRE @ Hulu Docs: The British Invasion

    With Sheffield Doc/Fest taking over its new Summer berth this week, we've opted for a British take on the newest indieWIRE at Hulu Docs, iW's regular curation of Hulu's Documentaries page. For this edition, we're spotlighting a handful of British made or British focused non-fiction films available o...

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    INTERVIEW | "Queen of the Sun" Director on a Mission to Save the Bees

    "The Real Dirt on Farmer John" director Taggart Siegel investigates the decline in the world's bee population in his latest documentary, "Queen of the Sun." Below find an interview with Siegel where he discusses what led him to make the film and his passion for anthropology. "Queen of the Sun" opens...

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    INTERVIEW | "Some Days Are Better Than Others" Director on Tackling a New Challenge

    Below find an interview with "Some Days Are Better Than Others" director Matt McCormick, orginally published during indieWIRE's coverage of New Directors/New Films. The films opens at New York's Cinema Village on Friday, June 3rd.

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    Terrence Malick Punched Out A Producer & 10 Other Things We Learned About 'Badlands'

    It has been almost four decades since Terrence Malick's debut feature film "Badlands" and if you haven't seen the film in a little while, it's just as good you remembered it. Starring Martin Sheen and Sissy Spacek, "Badlands" sounds about as un-Malick-esque as you can get. Loosely based on the true ...

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    Mike Mills on "Beginners," a Love Letter to his Father

    "As a filmmaker, I don't really believe in objectivity or fiction or documentary," "Beginners" director Mike Mills told indieWIRE. "All those categories I find are more professional categories than real things. As a son of a man who pretended to be one thing for 33 years of my life and then was anot...

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