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    iW's 15th Anniversary | Interview: Miranda July Discovers "The Future"

    Writer/director Miranda July made a splash in 2005 with her debut "Me and You and Everyone We Know" at the Sundance Film Festival, picking up a Special Jury Prize at the event and later that year, the Camera d'Or and other nods in Cannes where it had its international debut. Admir...

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    Gregg Araki: "The worst reason to make a film is just to go out and make one"

    Director Gregg Araki is an indie film stalwart, with films dating back into the '80s with "The Long Weekend (O'Despair)" and into the '90s with "The Living End," "Totally F***ed Up," "The Doom Generation," "Nowhere" and more. This century, he recruited Joseph Gordon-Levitt in "Mysterious Skin" and t...

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    From the iW Vaults | Paul Thomas Anderson on "There Will Be Blood"

    This month indieWIRE turns 15. In honor of our decade and a half in the game we’ve dug through our vaults to uncover some old goodies. Every day this month check back on indieWIRE for some old classics. Today, we'll step back to 2007 with an interview indieWIRE had with Paul Thomas Anderson upon the...

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    link we like: eMoviePoster

    Vintage Movie Posters and Movie Poster Books

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    Triumph of the Woman! 'Chick Flicks' Abound at Karlovy Vary Fest

    The weather may have been unseasonably chilly for the first half of the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, but it didn't have a noticeable impact on the enthusiasm of the crowd. The event takes place in a small spa town and draws thousands of attendees, many of them student backpackers from a...

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    Exploitation Restoration, Transgressive Horror and Other Perversities: Thank God For Severin Films

    Sexploitation! T&A drive-ins! Incest! Dirty dwarves! If this has you all riled up in a good way, then you're probably aware (or should be) of Severin Films, a five-year old studio dedicated to rescuing, restoring and releasing controversial oddities from around the world for DVD/Blu-ray and niche th...

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    John Carpenter Says "The Ward" is "The way I see life: Kind of isolated in a confined space."

    Horror maestro John Carpenter is back after a 10-year feature film hiatus with "The Ward," a psychological thriller set within a mental institution. Since wrapping "Ghosts of Mars" (2001), Carpenter has helmed two episodes of Showtime's "Masters of Horror" seri...

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    The Essentials: 6 Kevin Spacey Performances

    On entering adolescence, and discovering that cinema had more to offer than Roland Emmerich and Jackie Chan, this writer's favorite working actor swiftly became Kevin Spacey. The actor had been working for over a decade, converting his theater cred into supporting roles in the likes of "Working Girl...

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    FUTURES | "Weekend" Star Tom Cullen Turns a One Night Stand Into Art

    Age: In his 20s Hometown: London, England

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    link we like: GEORGE EASTMAN HOUSE

    GEORGE EASTMAN HOUSE

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