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    In Her Own Words: Director/Writer Shana Feste Shares an Exclusive Scene from "Country Strong"

    Gwyneth Paltrow shows off her country singing chops in Shana Feste's follow up to "The Greatest," "Country Strong." A drama centered on the comeback of a fallen country music star, "Country Strong" also stars Leighton Meister ("Gossip Girl"), Garret Hedlund ("TRON: Legacy"), and Tim McGraw ("The Bli...

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    The Playlist's 100 Most Anticipated Films Of 2011 - Part 1

    That’s right, 2010 is already in our rear view and we’re looking far, far ahead into 2011. If 2010 was the year of audiences rewarding original, smart blockbusters (“Inception”) and punishing glossy, but empty big-budget tentpoles (“The Tourist,” “Tron: Legacy”) the new year will find studios hoping once again that comic franchises and sequels can bring in the big bucks. No less than five comic-book movies are on the way with “Thor,” “Captain America,” “Green Lantern,” “Green Hornet” and “X-Men: First Class” all swinging into thea...

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | Over 50 Director Interviews Through January

    Soon after the Sundance Film Festival unveiled its 2011 lineup, indieWIRE invited directors with films in the Sundance U.S. Dramatic & Documentary Competitions, as well as the World Dramatic & Documentary Competitions and NEXT section, to submit responses in their own words about their ...

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | "Crime After Crime" by Yoav Potash

    In 1983, Deborah Peagler, a woman brutally abused by her boyfriend, was sentenced to 25 years-to-life for her connection to his murder. Twenty years later, as she languished in prison, a California law allowing incarcerated domestic-violence survivors to reopen their cases was passed. Enter a pair o...

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | "Benavides Born" Director Amy Wendel

    In a small south Texas town, there aren’t many career options for young people besides oil rigs, the military, or fast-food restaurants. Luz Garcia, a fiery high-school athlete, is determined to forge a different future; she’s gained admission to the University of Texas at Austin. T...

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | "Bellflower" Director Evan Glodell

    An apocalyptic love story for the Mad Max generation, Evan Glodell impressive feature debut paints a classic, yet urgently contemporary, tale of the destructive power of love.

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | "Abraxas" Director Naoki Kato

    Jonen is having a crisis of faith. In his youth, he was a punk-rock musician, creating noise and onstage spectacles. Now he's settled into a life as a Buddhist monk with a wife and five-year-old son. During his career-day speech at a local high school, however, Jonen has a public breakdown ...

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    Meet the 2011 Sundance Filmmakers | "The Flaw" Director David Sington

    "The Flaw" makes one thing clear from the outset - there was nothing simple about the U.S. financial collapse of 2007. Within minutes, experts had identified plenty of culprits: market failure, a credit culture, a wage crisis, a debt crisis, and upward redistribution of income. That&#...

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    My Favorite Films Of 2010: Rodrigo Perez

    Maybe I'm getting too old, but not many movies truly moved me this year.

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    Updated indieWIRE Top 10s: "Swan" & "Last Train Home" Take Lead Narrative & Doc

    While "The Social Network" by David Fincher took the top spot in indieWIRE's recent 2010 Critics Poll from 125 ballots compiled by mostly, well, critics; this much smaller grouping of indieWIRE editors, contributors, freelancers as well as a smattering of industry friends, picked Darren Aronofsky's ...

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