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How Natasha Lyonne and Judy Greer Escaped the Hollywood Boys Club for 'Addicted to Fresno'

How Natasha Lyonne and Judy Greer Escaped the Hollywood Boys Club for 'Addicted to Fresno'

The two actresses spoke with Indiewire about playing sisters in "Fresno" and…

How Steve Jobs' Impact is Leading to New Kinds of Stories

How Steve Jobs' Impact is Leading to New Kinds of Stories

The new documentary and fiction film about the Apple founder point to a…

The 10 Indies to Watch on VOD This September: 'Time Out of Mind,' 'Steve Jobs' and More

The 10 Indies to Watch on VOD This September: 'Time Out of Mind,' 'Steve Jobs' and More

Richard Gere, Alex Gibney, Elijah Wood and Jackie Chan can be streamed from…

Why 'Dirty Weekend' Star Alice Eve Continues to Break Taboos With Neil LaBute

Why 'Dirty Weekend' Star Alice Eve Continues to Break Taboos With Neil LaBute

"I think that Neil and I both agree, and that's a maybe fundamental, unsaid…

The 17 Indie Films You Must See This September: '99 Homes,' 'Goodnight Mommy' and More

The 17 Indie Films You Must See This September: '99 Homes,' 'Goodnight Mommy' and More

From a disturbing arthouse horror film to a terrifying documentary about…

'Mad Max' Director George Miller On Being Seduced by Storytelling in 'The Director's Chair'

'Mad Max' Director George Miller On Being Seduced by Storytelling in 'The Director's Chair'

The acclaimed "Mad Max: Fury Road" director joined Robert Rodriguez for a…

Why Wes Craven Mattered to Horror Fans

Why Wes Craven Mattered to Horror Fans

The master of horror died this week, but his legacy continues to haunt us in…

How the Blackout Music & Film Festival is Encouraging Emerging Voices to Break Out

How the Blackout Music & Film Festival is Encouraging Emerging Voices to Break Out

"If you don’t see yourself in the culture, put yourself there and don’t stom…

Springboard: '6 Years' Star Ben Rosenfield Wants You to Be Vocal About His Film

Springboard: '6 Years' Star Ben Rosenfield Wants You to Be Vocal About His Film

"It's just exciting to see that people are responding to all those moments…

9 Most Riveting Post-Apocalyptic Movies

9 Most Riveting Post-Apocalyptic Movies

In honor of "Z for Zachariah," opening today, here are 9 of our favorite…

How First-Time Director Max Joseph Got Zac Efron to Star in 'We Are Your Friends'

How First-Time Director Max Joseph Got Zac Efron to Star in 'We Are Your Friends'

Originally conceived as an independent project, the addition of Efron…

Peter Bogdanovich on Assembling an All-Star Cast and Returning to NYC for 'She's Funny That Way'

Peter Bogdanovich on Assembling an All-Star Cast and Returning to NYC for 'She's Funny That Way'

The legendary director talks to Indiewire about his first feature film in…

Why 'Z for Zachariah' Director Craig Zobel Hasn't Gone the Blockbuster Route

Why 'Z for Zachariah' Director Craig Zobel Hasn't Gone the Blockbuster Route

With his third feature, Zobel continues to blaze his own path, though he may…

False Alarm: The Creative Apocalypse Never Happened (Or Did It?)

False Alarm: The Creative Apocalypse Never Happened (Or Did It?)

A New York Times Magazine story from Steven Johnson suggests that creative…

7 Most Intense Nervous Breakdowns in Movies

7 Most Intense Nervous Breakdowns in Movies

Elisabeth Moss suffers an intense mental breakdown in "Queen of Earth." But…

Camden International Film Festival Announces Program for the Seventh Annual Points North Documentary Forum

Camden International Film Festival Announces Program for the Seventh Annual Points North Documentary Forum

Leaders in the documentary film industry convene for a series of masterclass…

Watch: Bill Murray Gets Stranded in Kabul in New 'Rock the Kasbah' Trailer

Watch: Bill Murray Gets Stranded in Kabul in New 'Rock the Kasbah' Trailer

The Barry Levinson-directed dramatic comedy hits theaters October 23.

Watch: Malala Yousafzai Leads an Impassioned Campaign For Girls' Education in 'He Named Me Malala' Trailer

Watch: Malala Yousafzai Leads an Impassioned Campaign For Girls' Education in 'He Named Me Malala' Trailer

"One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world."

The Indiewire 2015 Fall Preview: The 27 Festival Films We're Most Excited to See

The Indiewire 2015 Fall Preview: The 27 Festival Films We're Most Excited to See

The last of our three Fall Movie Previews takes a look at some of the films…

Camden International Film Festival Announces 2015 Slate

Camden International Film Festival Announces 2015 Slate

The Camden International Film Festival has announced the slate of feature…