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    EXCLUSIVE CLIP: Jim Jarmusch Talks First Film in "Blank City"

    Céline Danhier's documentary "Blank City" goes back to the late 1970s, when New York City was cheap and nasty, to document the rise of a group of renegade filmmakers who shook up the independent filmmaking landscape. The film weaves together an oral history of the 'No Wave Cinema' and 'Cinema of Tra...

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    16 Time-Travel Movies Worth Your....Time

    Greetings, Playlist reader in the year 2011! In your time, time travel is the stuff of science fiction, but in the year 2086, it's becoming increasingly prevalent, and thanks to the recent purchase of The Playlist by The Dog With The Brain Of Arianna Huffington, we were able to obtain the te...

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    INTERVIEW | Patricio Guzmán: "Television has stagnated, while the documentary has evolved"

    Currently the subject of a week-long retrospective (April 1-7) at Brooklyn's BAM Cinematek, Patricio Guzmán came into prominence in the 1970s with “The Battle of Chile,” his epic documentary trilogy recounting Pinochet’s coup to power. The film established him as one of the leading voices in a boom ...

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    FUTURES | "Tyrannosaur" Director/Writer Paddy Considine is "fed up with low-budget British film"

    Paddy Considine, the accomplished British actor likely best known Stateside for his turn alongside Samantha Morton in "In America," joins a long roster of actors-turned-directors with his first feature, "Tyrannosaur." (This interview was originally published during this year...

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    Critic's Notebook: New Directors/New Films Shows Flawed Movies, For Good Reasons

    Most film festival programmers will admit that you can't please everyone. At festivals large and small, the people responsible for the movies in their lineups smile at the podium and vouch for their choices, readily aware that the program's quality is anything but impeccable. However, New Directors/...

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    "Insidious" Director James Wan: Tired of torture porn, "I want to make my romantic comedy"

    Seven years after launching the horror franchise "Saw," director James Wan wants to revitalize the genre once more with his haunted house thriller, "Insidious." Like "Saw," it was an independent production and written by his long-time collaborator Leigh Whanell. However, "Insidious" boasts none of ...

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    Five Projects We're Rooting For: ACT UP Doc, "Shoplifting from American Apparel" and More

    In this week's in-production column, indieWIRE speaks with Scott Robbe, producer of an untitled ACT UP project. Also in the spotlight are three films from IndieGoGo: "Shoplifting from American Apparel" (one of our favorite titles); a documentary of women in rock; and an NYU thesis...

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    'Hit So Hard' Creates Hole Reunion: "We're Here Because Patty's Alive"

    In summer 2007, Hole drummer Patty Schemel came to her friend P. David Ebersole with a suitcase full of Hi8 tapes she shot over her years with the band. Along with images of Hole members Eric Erlandson, Melissa Auf der Maur, late bassist Kristen Pfaff and Courtney Love, Schemel's camera doc...

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    Helen Mirren: A Hollywood Dame

    Mirren and Russell Brand, costars of Arthur, clearly admire each other.

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    Michigan's Film Incentives Are Leaving. So Are Its Filmmakers.

    Michigan's generous film production tax credits appear to have been too good to be true. Now, the state's burgeoning film industry is losing its momentum and filmmakers are fleeing the state.

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