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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | "Homework” Director Gavin Wiesen

    George (Freddie Highmore), a smart teenage loner, has made it to his senior year despite the fact that he has never completed an assignment. Enter Sally (Emma Roberts), the school beauty, who hides her melancholy behind the protective mask of popularity. An unlikely connection blooms as these kindred spirits bond over their troubled parental relationships. With his education hanging by a thread, George concedes to let Dustin mentor him. Dustin is a successful artist, and he’s 25 years old—finally, someone George can respect! With Sally and Dustin by his side, George blossoms and dares to look toward the future. But George soon learns that lif...

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    Werner Boote Jump Starts a Revolution in "Plastic Planet"

    Below is an interview with "Plastic Planet" director and writer Werner Boote. The film hits select theaters this Friday, January 14.

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    Rotterdam Unleashes List of Fourteen Tiger Award Competition Films

    The International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR), in the Netherlands, has just announced the lineup of films in its Tiger Awards Competition. Fourteen films will compete in the Tiger Awards Competition for directors at the festival with their first or second feature films; twenty-eight will compete...

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | New Crop for Monday

    Another four filmmaker interviews join indieWIRE's "Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers" series today, continuing this year's series spotlighting the festival's filmmakers ahead of the event, which kicks off January 20.

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | "Like Crazy" Director Drake Doremus

    "Like Crazy" is a film from and about the heart. Jacob, an American, and Anna, who is British, meet at college in Los Angeles and fall madly in love. It’s the purest kind of romance—they’re each other’s first significant attachment. When Anna returns to London, the couple is forced into a long-dista...

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | "Resurrect Dead" Director Jon Foy

    Beginning in the early 1980s, hundreds of tiles carrying this cryptic message were found embedded in the asphalt of city streets as far apart as New York, Philadelphia, St. Louis, Santiago, and Buenos Aires. Street art? A prank? A message from space?

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | "Higher Ground" Director Vera Farmiga

    Charting one woman’s spiritual journey through life while exploring and embracing her own humanity, "Higher Ground" is that rare film that is rich in ideas but also charged with emotion.

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    FUTURES | "Idiot with a Tripod" Filmmaker Jamie Stuart

    Jamie Stuart has been making short films for 15 years, but New York's 2010 holiday blizzard made him a star overnight.

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | Friday's Four Filmmakers

    Another four filmmaker interviews join indieWIRE's "Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers" series today, continuing this year's series spotlighting the festival's filmmakers ahead of the event, which kicks off January 20.

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | "The Ledge" Director Matthew Chapman

    Atop a high-rise building, Gavin, a young hotel manager, is about to end his life. Hollis, a detective whose own world has just been turned upside down, is dispatched to the scene. As Hollis tries to persuade Gavin not to jump, each man begins to open up about his past, and we discover that neither ...

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