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    Riding in Medusa with Bellflower Boys: Donuts, Flames, P-Diddy, The Apocalypse & Picking up Girls

    Cruising Los Angeles in the Medusa with Bellflower stars Evan Glodell and Tyler Dawson, I learned: that the car was the prima donna on set, gas money came from P-Diddy, Doing Donuts (the "longest uninterrupted donut" in the car's history) in a Staples parking lot makes me nauseous, and...

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    link we like:The Lone Ranger Fan Club

    link we like:The Lone Ranger Fan Club

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    Abel Ferrara: Download Torrents of My Undistributed Movies

    [This interview was originally published during the 2011 Locarno Film Festival. Abel Ferrara's latest, "4:44 Last Day on Earth," comes out this Friday, via IFC Films] Abel Ferrara was in typical form this weekend at the Locarno Film Festival. Those familiar with the director ...

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    Comedy Goes Down The Toilet

    I enjoyed The 40 Year Old Virgin, Knocked Up, and The Hangover more than I expected to, given my wariness about raunchy comedy. But there’s been a dramatic tilt toward toilet humor in this summer’s movie fare—and I mean that literally.

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    INTERVIEW | Jimmy McMillan Says The Rent is Too Damn High. Also, He's the Star of a New Documentary.

    Jimmy McMillan is wearing women's stockings on his hands. That's the first new thing I learn about the eccentric founder of "The Rent is Too Damn High" party, whom the world turned into an overnight viral celebrity after his role in the 2010 New York gubernatorial debate exploded onto the internet. ...

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    LOCARNO INTERVIEW | Joe Cornish on "Attack the Block" vs. "Cowboys and Aliens"

    Joe Cornish has been busy lately. In March, the British comedian-turned-filmmaker premiered his directorial debut, "Attack the Block," at the South by Southwest Film Festival. Sony Screen Gems released it last weekend in North America, but Cornish's work continues. This weekend, he journeyed to Loca...

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    The Playlist Informs On You: 16 Notable Whistleblower Movies

    The idea of the insider who, despite pressure from authorities, employers, families and friends, decides to do the right thing and blow the whole operation sky high, has been the source of some pretty terrific drama for getting on half a century now. The latest addition to the canon is "T...

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    Toronto Cheat Sheet! Programmer Thom Powers on This Year's Doc Lineup

    The Toronto International Film Festival is still weeks away from completing its lineup announcements, but for one of its most-anticipated elements -- the documentaries -- there's enough for TIFF documentary programmer Thom Powers to give indieWIRE a heads up on what he sees as some of the most outst...

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    IN HIS OWN WORDS: Scott Rosenbaum Shares a Scene from "The Perfect Age of Rock 'N Roll"

    Below rookie feature filmmaker Scott Rosenbaum shares a scene for his passion project "The Perfect Age of Rock 'N Roll," starring Kevin Zegers, Jason Rutter, Taryn Manning and Peter Fonda. The rock drama opens in select theaters and hits VOD on August 5th.

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