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    Talking "Muscle Top": 5 Questions for Ry Russo-Young

    Filmmaker Ry Russo-Young ("You Won't Miss Me") recently collaborated with friends Seth Garrison and Clara Latham on "Muscle Top," a three episode web-series for Paper Magazine. The show follows the formation of a gay pop band.

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    FUTURES | "Kisses" Director Lance Daly

    Irish director Lance Daly had something to prove with his latest feature "Kisses," which is getting a limited theatrical and VOD release next Friday. With two projects under his belt ("Last Days in Dublin" and "The Halo Effect"), Daly was set on upping the ante by ...

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    Museum of the Moving Image: New and Improved

    New York's Museum of the Moving Image, the only institution of its kind in the U.S., will unveil its redesigned and expanded building to the public on January 15, 2011. In anticipation of its reopening, the Museum held a luncheon on New York's Upper East Side today to report on their progress.

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    Outfest 4 in Focus: "Contracorriente"'s Javier Fuentes-León + 3 More

    Opening night for LA's LGBT Film Festival, Outfest is tonight, and to get ready, we've been profiling the four first-time filmmakers the festival is putting the spotlight on for their 4 in Focus program.

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    In the Works: Gray's "Jack," Midwestern Drama, LA Queers, "Glee" for Adults, & "Art Machine"

    Production moves forward in the hot summer, with Bradley Rust Gray ("The Exploding Girl") and cast & crew braving the East Coast heat wave with his latest, "Jack and Diane" with Juno Temple and Riley Keough. Also "In the Works" are four projects trying to get your (tax-deductible?) $$$ from Kickstarter: Brandon Harris narrative about a farmer returning to the Midwest, the IFP-supported documentary story of a LA bar that accommodates immigrant transgender Latinas and queer performance art-hipsters, Anthony Miendl comedy pilot-turned-feature-film "Birds of a Feather," and a narrative that explores the life of a child prodigy painter who got fa...

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    Outfest 4 in Focus: Director Adriana Magg's Canadian Childhood Revisited in "Movie Star"

    Coming off special jury awards for acting at this year's Sundance Film Festival and Newfest, Adriana Maggs's first feature "Grown Up Movie Star," arrives at Outfest with surging buzz. Says Outfest, "Teenager Ruby dreams of following her mother to Hollywood where they will...

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    Shane Danielsen: Among the Grifters

    The river is turning into a place to drown. -- Frederick Seidel, "I Do"

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    Todd McCarthy's 1st Cannes

    Earlier this year, shortly after it was announced that veteran film critic Todd McCarthy had joined indieWIRE's blog network, the longtime film critic did something he's quite familiar with. He jetted off to Cannes Film Festival, an event he has a long history with.

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    Small Screen | Sweden's "Dragon Tattoo," Ford's "Single Man," Two TV Docs Head to Africa & More

    As Steig Larsson's Millenium trilogy is shaping up to be this summer's essential beach read, one need not get the pages of your paperback wet on rainier days; the first of the series' films, Niels Arden Oplev's "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" (criticWIRE rating: B) is now available on DVD and Blu-Ray. Just as the second film is slated to hit U.S. theaters, one can revisit the epic whodunnit, with the crime-solving duo of a cyberpunk and a straight-laced journalist, at home. The New Yorker's Anthony Lane has nothing but kind words for the film's director and his ability to craft a capable thriller: "There is no doubting the cunning of ...

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    Outfest 4 in Focus: "Open" Director Jake Yuzna On His Queer Aesthetic

    With the distinction of being the only American film to win the feature film Teddy and an acting award for star Morty Diamond at this year's Newfest, "Open" compels wherever it plays. Says Outfest, "First-time feature director Jake Yuzna presents a beautifully shot, intense film that blurs the borders of gender and sexuality. As transwomen, Gene and Jay - inspired by artist Breyer P. Orridge (of Psychic TV fame) - alter their bodies to become a single Pandrogynous being. Syd, a young gay transman, deals with dating cisgender hipster Nick. OPEN is an uncommonly human and yet equally esoteric portrait of transgender men and women and the compl...

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