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    INTERVIEW | David Lynch Talks "Crazy Clown Time" and Why Singing is "so embarrassing"

    David Lynch, the beloved auteur behind "Mulholland Drive" and "Blue Velvet," hasn't directed a feature since 2006's "Inland Empire." Since then he's been peddling his own brand of coffee, shooting a campaign for Lady Dior starring Marion Cotillard, doin...

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    Why Some People Are Afraid of Movies: An Excerpt From Pauline Kael Collection “The Age of Movies"

    The following is an excerpt from the late, great Pauline Kael's selected writings in "The Age of Movies," which will be available starting October 27. In the passage, Kael makes the argument that people who reject movies that "invade the senses" are only masking their fear with arguments of "refinem...

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    We Interview the Director of "A Serbian Film," Now on DVD (And Yes, the Movie Deserves Its Rep)

    If there's one film that rivals the controversy surrounding "The Human Centipede II: Full Sequence," it's "A Serbian Film" by first-time director Srdjan Spasojevic. Since premiering on the festival circuit last year, it's enraged and provoked for its gruesome depiction of rape, child sodomy, murder ...

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    For Your Consideration: The Curious Way This Year's Oscars Could Mirror 1998

    As the lull of awards season development that is October continues, a weekly Oscar-themed column becomes more and more susceptible to redundancy. Sure, there's a few things to discuss: The Gotham Award nominations (though iW did so here already); The New York Film Critics Circle moving up their voti...

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    Alexander Payne On "The Descendants" And Why It's a Minor Work

    Alexander Payne is in a good mood, or at least a little more chipper than usual. If the consensus means anything, the man behind such noted black comedies as "Election" and "About Schmidt" has yet to break his winning streak. Seven years have passed since his last feature, &...

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    Herzog Talks Death Penalty Doc Into the Abyss, Myth of Indie Filmmaking, and Getting Shot At

    The 7th Annual Film Independent Forum (presented by indieWIRE) kicked off at the DGA Friday night with a screening of Drake Doremus' Like Crazy and a Saturday morning keynote Q&A with filmmaker Werner Herzog, covered by Sophia Savage:

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    INTERVIEW | Elizabeth Olsen On "Martha Marcy," "Silent House" and Staying In School

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This interview with recent Gotham Award nominee Elizabeth Olsen was originally published during the 2011 Sundance Film Festival in January. "Martha Marcy May Marlene" opens in theaters this Friday, October 21st.

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    Todd Rohal On Burying His First Movie, Overcoming Failure and Making "The Catechism Cataclysm"

    A few years ago, "The Guatemalan Handshake," Todd Rohal's surreal, hilariously offbeat and oddly moving 2006 debut, literally went up in smoke: The director himself lit the match.

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    Vote for Project of the Week: The "99%," "Disappear," "Curse" by Game Designer, or "Pit Stop"

    It's time to vote to vote for the Project of the Week!

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    10 Things You Want To Know About Woody Harrelson

    Woody Harrelson made a stop at the BFI London Film Festival this week to chat at one of the festival's many Screen Talks, where actors and directors at the festival sit down to discuss their careers in front of an audience.

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