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    INTERVIEW | Errol Morris, Part II: "I don't want to get into a fight with Joyce McKinney."

    In the first installment of indieWIRE's two-part interview with Errol Morris, the documentarian shared his thoughts on contemporary media and discussed his love for tabloid journalism. In this concluding segment, he talks specifically about the production of his new documentary, "Tabloid," and the contemptuous reaction of his subject, Joyce McKinney. Morris is in familiar form with his darkly comic non-fiction effort," which opens in New York this week. The bizarre tale follows McKinney, the colorful midwestern woman convicted of kidnapping her Mormon ex-lover in the U.K. in the late 1970s. McKinney became a tabloid fixture during the height ...

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    Revisiting Pre-Code Hollywood

    If you like snap, crackle and pop in your storytelling, dialogue, and performances, you want to watch films made in the early 1930s—through mid-1934, to be exact—when to avoid censorship on a broad, national scale Hollywood revised its Production Code and started enforcing its tenets....

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    IN HIS OWN WORDS | George Ratliff Shares an Explosively Funny Scene from "Salvation Boulevard"

    Director/writer George Ratliff ("Joshua," "Hell House") below shares a scene from his latest, "Salvation Boulevard," a religious comedy starring Pierce Brosnan, Greg Kinnear, Jennifer Connelly, Ed Harris and Marisa Tomei. The film opens at New York's IFC Center on July 15 and will hit their VOD plat...

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    INTERVIEW | Errol Morris: "The Thin Blue Line" would not have saved Randall Adams today.

    Errol Morris is in familiar form with his darkly comic non-fiction movie "Tabloid," which opens in limited release this week. The bizarre tale follows Joyce McKinney, the colorful Midwestern woman convicted of kidnapping her Mormon ex-lover in the U.K. in the late 1970s. McKinney became a tabloid fi...

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    FIRST PERSON | How To Start Your Own Film Festival: The Story of Picton Picturefest

    "If you build it, they will come."

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    The Lost Projects And Unproduced Screenplays Of Terrence Malick

    Absence makes the heart grow fonder. Perhaps legendary filmmaker Terrence Malick knew this when he worried aloud and said in his last interview in the 1970s, "From this point on. I'm being watched. That could trip me up.” Malick wasn’t referring to detectives -- though cinephile...

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    World of Wonder's Fenton Bailey & Randy Barbato: "No is the beginning of yes"

    What's the secret behind the success of Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato, the duo responsible for "Becoming Chaz" and "RuPaul's Drag Race" and recipients of the 15th Annual Outfest Achievement Award? According to Tori Spelling, who moderated Outfest's panel with the producing partners on July 9th, it...

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    From the iW Vaults | Gaspar Noe Talks "Irreversible"

    This month indieWIRE turns 15. In honor of our decade and a half in the game we’ve dug through our vaults to uncover some old goodies. Every day this month check back on indieWIRE for some old classics. Today, we'll step back to 2003 with an interview Erin Torreo had with Gasper Noe upon the release...

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    From the iW Vaults | Darren Aronofsky on “Requiem For a Dream”

    This month indieWIRE turns 15. In honor of our decade and a half in the game we’ve dug through our vaults to uncover some old goodies. Every day this month check back on indieWIRE for some old classics. Today we'll step back to 2000 and an interview Anthony Kaufman had with Darren Arfonosky upon the...

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    iW's 15th Anniversary | Interview: Miranda July Discovers "The Future"

    Writer/director Miranda July made a splash in 2005 with her debut "Me and You and Everyone We Know" at the Sundance Film Festival, picking up a Special Jury Prize at the event and later that year, the Camera d'Or and other nods in Cannes where it had its international debut. Admir...

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