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    Eugene Hernandez: Good people & Good ideas.

    July 19, 2010: New York, NY --  A couple of weeks ago, on a quiet mid-week afternoon in California, I sat in a booth at the Beverly Hills Hotel's Polo Lounge with our CEO Rick Allen, indieWIRE's ad sales director James Israel and famous filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich. In between stories about Orson Wel...

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    Berlinger's Mild Victory Blurs Line Between Journalists & Doc Filmmakers

    If last Thursday's appeals court ruling in the Berlinger v. Chevron made anything clear, it's that the fine line between what separates documentary filmmakers from journalists has become even more blurred.

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    At Outfest 2010, In with the Old & In with the New

    As the juries and special guests handed out the awards for this year's Outfest, LA's LGBT Film Festival, we were constantly reminded that the landscape of queer film has been changing and is still changing.

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    FUTURES | "Wo Ai Ni (I Love You), Mommy" Director Stephanie Wang-Breal

    Earlier this summer, when the Silverdocs jury awarded Stephanie Wang-Breal "Wo Ai Ni (I Love You), Mommy," certainly a dark horse, with the Sterling U.S. Feature Award, even Wang-Breal was surprised: "I saw the other films in competition and was blown away. I was not expecting it at all." Reading ...

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    Summerfest: Franny Armstrong on "The Age of Stupid"; Watch it Now Free!

    Following up on its inaugural edition last year, SnagFilms is launching the 2nd annual SummerFest, a free online festival showcasing exclusive, limited-duration runs of popular new documentaries, beginning with Franny Armstrong's acclaimed film, "The Age of Stupid."

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    Laughter and Forgetting: Todd Solondz Probes "Life During Wartime"

    "I like to manipulate and play with the audience," admits filmmaker Todd Solondz, "but at the same time, I couldn't do this if it didn't have emotional weight for me."

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    Dispatch from Outfest: "Fourplay" and Jane Lynch Lead Jampacked Start

    In just a few days, Outfest, Los Angeles' LGBT Film Festival, the oldest film festival still running in the city, has succeeded in showing, that despite any doom and gloom reports in the independent film market, good queer film is still coming down the pipeline.

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    Walker Talks "Waste" Ahead of MoMA Debut at Brazil Series

    A winner at Berlin and Sundance, Lucy's Walker's moving documentary "Waste Land" makes it New York premiere as the opening night film for The Museum of Modern Art's (MoMA) annual Premiere Brazil! festival that runs from July 15 - 29. A total of 17 Brazilian films, all making their New York premieres...

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    Small Screen | Ozu, "Chloe," "Greenberg," "Stuart" & "Omar Broadway" Set Up In Your Living Room

    This week, one of the masters of Japanese cinema gets a double disc release through the Criterion Collection. Yasujiro Ozu, the master of early Japanese cinema has a hearty representation in the Collection, with his classic "Tokyo Story" joining packages of his silent films, his late films, and more in the prestigious Criterion library. This time, his films "The Only Son" and "There Was a Father" are released as a bundle. Jamie S. Rich at DVD Talk notes that "The Only Son," a 1936 film that tells the story of a mother who educates her son despite financial woes who goes to visit him as an adult and finds him living a life he left secret fr...

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    Eugene Hernandez: The Social Network

    July 12, 2010: New York, NY -- The Film Society of Lincoln Center's programs and venues have served as a vital component of a broad social network for me (and for indieWIRE). Anchored as we are in New York City, the Film Society has been a key catalyst for us. In fact, the idea for indieWIRE's prede...

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