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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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    Abu Dhabi: Extravagance & a Few Gems at a High Class Festival

    A skyline that resembles Vegas, but less gaudy and more modern; a mall that overlooks the ocean and carries Chanel, Christian Dior and Valentino; the second most expensive hotel ever built, that holds a water slide, thirteen restaurants, and a gold dispensing machine within its marble walls. “Sex an...

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    For Your Consideration: Assessing Those Gotham Award Nominations

    Earlier this week, awards season really kicked off with the year's first actual awards announcement: The Gotham Independent Film Awards. Debra Granik's "Winter's Bone" led the pack with three nominations, including best feature, best ensemble performance (for Jennifer Lawrence, John Hawkes, Dale Di...

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    In His Own Words: Eyad Zahra Discusses an Exclusive Scene From "The Taqwacores"

    Fresh off premiering his film at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, Eyad Zahra's directorial debut "The Taqwacores" hits theaters in New York this Friday, October 22. In anticipation of the film's release, Zahra shared an exclusive clip of his film with indieWIRE.

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    Midterm Madness | "Bring Your 'A' Game" Producer: "We Had to Do Something!"

    As part of SnagFilms' programming around this year's midterm elections, Snag has curated a lineup of political films to get us all in the mood to do our civic duty and vote on November 2.

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    Midterm Madness | US Policy's Great Minds Investigate Nuclear Policy

    Screening as a part of SnagFilm's streaming Midterm Madness series, Ben Goddard's "Nuclear Tipping Point" delves into the debate surrounding nuclear issues. Goddard sat down with indieWIRE to discuss the Wall Street Journal article that inspired him to document the controversial topic, and his backg...

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