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    Here's the Project of the Week Winner: "I Used to Be Darker;" Vote Again!

    Thanks to your votes, the new film from "Putty Hill" director Matt Porterfield won Project of the Week contest for this week!

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    indieWIRE's 5 Hidden Gems from the 2011 New York Film Festival

    The New York Film Festival, which begins September 30, offers plenty on the surface: There's the new Roman Polanski (opening-night selection "Carnage"), the sweeter side of the Dardenne brothers ("The Kid With a Bike") and David Cronenberg turning his camera on the relat...

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    Charlton Heston's Son on "Ben-Hur": "I thought my dad was a professional chariot driver."

    William Wyler's epic "Ben-Hur," gets the deluxe treatment in Warner Bros.' 50th-anniversary Ultimate Collector's Edition. It hits stores on DVD and Blu-ray today and it's our pick of the week.

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    Video Interview: Michael Shannon Talks Festival Favorite Take Shelter, General Zod in Man of Steel

    With Michael Shannon and director Jeff Nichols' second collaboration, Take Shelter (the first was Shotgun Stories), the pair have hit the zeitgeist of personal and national identity crises. The film kicked off its healthy festival life at Sundance (SPC grabbed it before its premiere, and is r...

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    IW's Project of the Week "Rising Star"; Vote Again!

    Thanks to your votes, insurance adjuster romcom "Rising Star" won this weekend's Project of the Week contest for this week!

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    Why Fantastic Fest is Theater of the Absurd for Movie Nerds

    Austin's rambunctious genre festival, Fantastic Fest, is churning through its seventh year with dozens of diverse new movies from around the world. And yet it's sometimes easy to forget there's actually a film festival going on.

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    "Limelight" Director Billy Corben: "We didn't compromise."

    Documentary filmmaker Billy Corben and his films talk a mile a minute. He's prone to running off on tangents, and it's hard to keep up, but luckily, that's not the case with his new film "Limelight," a slick, fast-paced and intelligent documentary on the rise and fall of Peter Gatien, the legendary ...

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    Here's the Project of the Week Winner: "Gayby;" Vote Again!

    Thanks to your votes, best-friends-making-a-baby film "Gayby," won this weekend's Project of the Week contest for this week!

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    Will You See This Movie? | "The Slaughter Rule" Filmmakers Return, With a "Twilight" Werewolf

    Alex and Andrew Smith are two Montana boys who made their debut with the football drama "The Slaughter Rule," which starred Ryan Gosling, at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival. For "Winter in the Blood," the brothers are again using their home state to illustrate an interior world with an adaptation of...

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    INTERVIEW | Mark Landsman On His Jamie Foxx-Approved Funk Doc, "Thunder Soul"

    Winner of the 2010 Audience Award for Best Feature Documentary at the SXSW Film Festival, Mark Landsman's “Thunder Soul” follows the alumni of Houston’s Kashmere High School Stage Band, who return home after 35 years to play a tribute concert for their 92-year-old band leader, Conrad "Prof" Johnson.

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