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    LAFF INTERVIEW | "Natural Selection" Star Rachael Harris: "I really am a people pleaser."

    Rachael Harris has proven herself to be a very funny person. Her roles have ranged from a brief stint on "The Daily Show" ten years ago to performing opposite Kirstie Alley in "Fat Actress" and playing Ed Helms' bitchy fiancee in "The Hangover." Now, however, Harris has proven she has more than pure comedy to offer. In "Natural Selection," she plays Linda White, a married Christian woman from Texas unable to have children, but still devoted to a settled life with her husband. That all changes when she finds out he has been a sperm donor for years, and has a grown son living across the country. When her husband suddenly finds himself on his de...

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    indieWIRE's Project of the Day: Korean WWII Comfort Women Documentary "Within Every Woman"

    Each week, we usually gather up four or five projects in progress to feature in a single column. Now it's going to be a daily feature, so we can give the spotlight to a single project each day.

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    John Waters & Darren Aronofsky Live One Night Only! At Provincetown Fest

    During a sometimes hilarious and other times straightforward awards ceremony at the 13th annual Provincetown International Film Festival, Darren Aronofsky took to the stage with legendary provocateur John Waters for a lively discussion. Aronofsky was honored with the "Filmmaker on the Edge Award," ...

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    Toolkit | Graham Taylor Keynote at LAFF: "What’s not boring is making shit happen."

    WME Global head Graham Taylor delivered the keynote speech at the Los Angeles Film Festival's "Money Talks & Art Matters" series of panels, which began today at the Downtown Independent. Formerly the head of Endeavor's independent department before it merged with William M...

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    It Was A War For Cast & Crew: 16 Things You Need To Know About Terrence Malick's 'The Thin Red Line'

    In late ’98/early ‘99, on the eve of the release of “The Thin Red Line,” two major events were concurrently taking place, each threatening to consume one another but both feeding the anticipation around them (the film was given a limited release in December, followed by wide release in January). One was "The Thin Red Line" itself -- Terrence Malick's first new film in 20 years, an approximately $52 million dollar war film backed by Fox 2000 (a shingle housed under 20th Century Fox) -- and the other the hallowed return of Malick the director, believed to be lost in the wilderness, driving cabs in Par...

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    Meet 13 LA Film Festival Filmmakers In Their Own Words

    This year's LA Film Festival kicked off last night with the world premiere of Richard Linklater's black comedy "Bernie." Over the past two weeks, indieWIRE has profiled filmmakers in the Narrative Feature and Documentary Competition. In total, 13 directors from this year's event, agreed to take part...

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    INTERVIEW | Can Elvis Mitchell Get Los Angeles to Watch Movies in a Museum?

    True story: Two friends in the film industry. One lives in New York, the other Los Angeles. They're discussing how the Tim Burton exhibit will do at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, after its huge success at MOMA.

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    Meet the 2011 LA Film Festival Filmmakers | "How to Cheat" Director Amber Sealey

    In this funny and honest depiction of the messiness of modern marriage, writer-director Amber Sealey also stars as Beth, a woman of child-bearing age and inclination who, with her husband Mark, has been struggling to conceive. Sealey’s guileless performance as a woman betrayed by her own body is matched by Kent Osborne’s as the awkward Mark, who, confused and frustrated, turns to online dating, where he shops for the perfect affair to shake up his life. Given his counterproductive tendency to reveal his motives up front, his encounters tend to be short and ugly, until he meets the avid Louise, whose complex attitude sets them all down an unex...

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    Meet the 2011 LA Film Fest Filmmakers | "You Hurt My Feelings" Director Steve Collins

    John, a nanny to two adorable toddlers, is pining away for his ex-girlfriend Courtney, who’s recently become involved with the jovial Macon, who just wants everyone to get along. Over the course of a year the three fall in and out of love with one another, form tender, surprising relationships, and get to know each other almost as well as they get to know themselves. Director Steve Collins returns to the Los Angeles Film Festival with the indescribably charming and beautifully rendered story of a love triangle that’s as much about friendship as it is about romance. With kindness and warmth, Collins and his actors so perfectly relay to their a...

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