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    Animator Bill Plympton: "To make a film, you must have the naiveté and curiosity of a child."

    Animator Bill Plymton's latest animated feature, "Idiots and Angels," is being released Wednesday, October 6 at the IFC Center in New York. In anticipation of the film's release, Plympton spoke with indieWIRE about how he got into animation, and what inspired him to direct his latest, "Idiots and An...

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    Keanu Reeves: The Face of Woodstock?

    Over the last eleven years, the Woodstock Film Festival has honored numerous movers and shakers from across the spectrum of the international film community, but few guests have turned as many heads as Keanu Reeves. The recipient of Woodstock's inaugural Honorary Excellence in Acting Award, Reeves m...

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    The Films Of David Fincher: A Retrospective

    In general, when we pen a retrospective on a director's oeuvre , we try and save them for when a filmmaker is deep into his career and has a least 15-plus films under his belt. But we're making an exception here for David Fincher, who is obviously considered to be one of the most estimable modern au...

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    indieWIRE @ Hulu Docs: Non-Fiction NYC

    The 48th edition of the venerable New York Film Festival kicked off last Friday evening, loosely inspiring this week's theme for indieWIRE's curation of Hulu's Documentaries page - no, not a selection of lyrical foreign language docs, but instead a series of films about or featuring New York City an...

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    FUTURES | "Let Me In" Star Kodi Smit-McPhee

    This past September marked Kodi Smit-McPhee's second visit to the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) as an actor with a film to promote. He's fourteen. Last year saw the young soft spoken Australian trek out to Canada with family in tow to be present for the North American premiere of John H...

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    Doc "Dream Team": The "Freakonomics" Filmmakers Discuss Their Medium

    "I don't think there's been a larger group of filmmakers on this stage at once," indieWIRE's Eugene Hernandez said as he introduced a panel featuring the six filmmakers that came together to create "Freakonomics." Based on Steven Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner’s intensely bestselling 2005 book, the movie brought together Seth Gordon ("The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters"), Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady ("Jesus Camp," "12th & Delaware"), Morgan Spurlock ("Super Size Me"), Alex Gibney ("Enron," "Taxi To The Dark Side"), and Eugene Jarecki ("Why We Fight") to each direct portions of the "anthology film." Magnolia is releasing the film in theate...

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    Dispatch From Iceland: Country's Filmmakers Wager On In Wake of Financial Meltdown

    It hasn't been easy for Icelandic filmmakers in the past year or two. Crippled by a severe financial meltdown, the little-country-that-often-could has been faced with an uphill battle when it comes to almost everything economic - filmmaking included. But in the midst of Iceland's most important annu...

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    "Conviction" and "The King's Speech" to Open Mill Valley Festival

    In an interesting move, two potential Oscar contenders in the acting categories - Tony Goldwyn's "Conviction," starring Hilary Swank, and Tom Hooper's "The King's Speech," featuring Colin Firth as King George VI - will open the 33rd Mill Valley Film Festival. The U.S. premiere of John Madden's "The ...

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    Small Screen | "Babies," "Killer," "Frozen," & War in Your Living Room

    On this day in movie world, those of us that only like to see movies in our living rooms will finally get to see "Babies," Winterbottom's controversial "The Killer Inside Me," "Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky," Sundance genre standout "Frozen," "War Don Don" on HBO, and "The Thin Red Line" in a Criter...

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    "Social Network" to Kick Off Huge Lineup at Mumbai Film Festival

    After kicking off this year's New York Film Festival last week, David Fincher's critically lauded "The Social Network," will open the 12th annual Mumbai Film Festival (MFF), which this year boasts a crop of a whopping 200 films from 58 countries.

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