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    "Welcome to the Rileys" Director Jake Scott's Filmmaking Blood Runs in the Family

    This interview was originally published during indieWIRE's coverage of the 2010 Sundance Film Festival. "Welcome to the Rileys" hits theaters this Friday, October 29 in limited release.

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    10 Years in the Making: Directing Duo on Stephin Merritt Doc "Strange Powers"

    Gail O'Hara and Kerthy Fix's portrait of cult songwriter Stephin Merritt opens at Film Forum this Wednesday, October 27. Both directors shared with indieWIRE how they came to be involved with the documentary, and where their fascination with Merritt stems from.

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    In His Own Words: Gareth Edwards Discusses an Exclusive Clip From "Monsters"

    After premiering at SXSW earlier this year, and playing at a slew of other festivals including Locarno, Edinburgh, and Rio de Janeiro, Gareth Edwards' "Monsters" makes it to theaters in limited release this Friday, October 29, courtesy of Magnet Releasing. In anticipation of the film's opening, Edwa...

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    John Waters Brings "Sodom" To The TIFF Bell Lightbox

    While the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival closed up shop a month or so ago, its new home, the TIFF Bell Lightbox, has continued on with the first batch of its year-round programming. Among the highlights has been "Essential Cinema," a series focusing on "the 100 greatest films, like you've ...

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    The Films Of Clint Eastwood, Director: A Retrospective

    On May 31st this year, Clinton "Clint" Eastwood reached 80 years of age, and he's been acting for 56 of them. Remarkably, since TV show "Rawhide" made him a star in 1958, he's been at the top for almost all that time, having had major box office hits in every decade since the '60s: most recently, "G...

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    FUTURES | Gotham Nominated "Littlerock" Director Mike Ott

    One of the Gotham Awards' nominees for best film not playing at a theater near you, Mike Ott's "Littlerock" has been slowly making the festival rounds since its debut at the San Francisco International Film Festival earlier this year. But with the Gotham nod and a slew of upcoming festival plays, ...

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    There's Something About Mary: Lesley Manville On The Performance of the "Year"

    British actress Lesley Manville has been having quite the year. She's been receiving a enormous acclaim on the festival circuit for her performance in "Another Year," her latest and arguably greatest collaboration with director Mike Leigh. During a recent stop at the New York Film Festival, Manvil...

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    "GhettoPhysics" Co-Director: "I Find Human Drama Boring. That's Why I Make the Films I Make"

    "GhettoPhysics"' co-director William Arntz, the mind behind "What the BLEEP Do We Know?," answered indieWIRE's questions about making his latest documentary in anticipation of the film's Los Angeles run, which starts today.

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    Midterm Madness | Wikipedia Exposed: Scott Glosserman on his Provocative Documentary

    Scott Glosserman and Nic Hill's documentary "Truth in Numbers? Everything, According to Wikipedia" delves into the truths and lies behind the web's worldwide encyclopedia. The film is streaming on SnagFilms as part of their Midterm Madness series, that showcases fifteen issue orientated documentarie...

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    indieWIRE @ Hulu Docs: Subcultural Portraits

    Our curation of Hulu's Documentaries page this week is the first of two weeks inspired by Halloween. While the holiday will feature more prominently next week, the films selected this week are a bit more playful - literally, as most of them feature a performative element as they portray individuals ...

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