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    indieWIRE @ Hulu Docs Double Bill: LGBT Youth & Iraq in Perspective

    For our curation of Hulu's Documentaries page this week, we're presenting two separate themes: LGBT Youth and Iraq in Perspective. The first is a reaction to the recent spate of LGBT youth suicides, and also ties into this week's National Coming Out Day, October 11, while the second uses the anniver...

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    Interview | "Rachel" Director Simone Bitton

    "Rachel" by Simone Bitton is a rigorous, fascinating and moving investigative documentary that examines the death of peace activist and International Solidarity Movement (ISM) member Rachel Corrie, who was crushed by an Israeli army bulldozer in the Gaza Strip in 2003. A few weeks after her little-r...

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    In The Hamptons, Toasting "The Mischievous Pope of Independent Cinema"

    Holly Hunter, Marcia Gay Harden, Stanley Tucci, Frances McDormand, the Coen Brothers and a host of film industry insiders raised glasses to salute, in the words of David Lynch Saturday night, "the grandfather of midnight films."

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    New York Film Festival 2010: A Guide To All The Films

    As the 48th New York Film Festival comes to a close this weekend with the North American Premiere of Clint Eastwood's "Hereafter," indieWIRE is rounding up critical reaction of all the films that screened at the fest. Below are links to reviews and film pages (which include criticWIRE grades from a ...

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    FUTURES | "Nuummioq" Puts Greenland On Map With Country's First Oscar Submission

    Greenland, with just 50,000 people across its 836,000 square miles, had never produced an international feature film until Torben Bech and Otto Rosing's "Nuummioq." The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, and is currently making the rounds on the festival circuit. And now...

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    Simon Rumley Celebrates His First "Red White & Blue" Film

    This interview was originally published during indieWIRE's coverage of this year's SXSW. Simon Rumley's "Red White & Blue" opens at select theaters in New York on Friday, October 8.

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    NYFF '10 | Silva & Peirano Talk "Old Cats": "More Like Hitchcock's Life than His Films"

    After wowing audiences and critics with the understated but nonetheless absurd "The Maid (La nana)" on last year's festival rounds, Sebastián Silva is back to the big screen with his new film, "Old Cats (Gatos viejos)," co-directed and co-written with "The Maid" co-writer Pedro Peirano. In town for...

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    The 'Live' Documentary: Sam Green on "Utopia in Four Movements"

    A truly unique endeavor, Sam Green's 'live' documentary "Utopia in Four Movements," has been making the rounds at the Sundance, True/False, San Francisco, Silverdocs and Seattle Film Festivals over the past year. Green, his film and musician Dave Cerk will be on hand at The Kitchen in New York from ...

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    Sheffield Doc/Fest Announces Complete Lineup

    After announcing that the 2010 Sheffield Doc/Fest (November 3 - 7) would open with Annie Sundberg and Ricki Stern's "Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work," the festival released its lineup this week. Included in the slate are 130 films, including 15 World Premieres, 26 UK Premieres, five European Premieres...

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    Small Screen | "Human Centipede" and "The Pentagon Papers" Make for an Eclectic Week

    This weekend, the gross-out hit of the year Tom Six's "The Human Centipede," the Oscar-nominated animated feature "The Secret of Kells," and the Sundance flicks "Don't Let Me Drown" and "Holy Rollers" come home on DVD. Also on the small screen, POV debuts the Oscar-nominated doc "The Most Dangerous...

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