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    So & Brad Incorporated: Duo Bring Two Films to Berlin Fest

    "Both of our films are slow and quiet," admitted filmmaker So Yong Kim, almost apologetically, during a conversation with indieWIRE on Tuesday afternoon in Berlin. She was referring to feature films by she and her husband, Bradley Rust Gray.

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    Interview with Director Costa-Gavras

    Interview with Director Costa-Gavras

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    Awards Roundup: Jackman Speaks, Adams Squeaks(?) and Looking Ahead To 2010

    "What I am most excited about is, and I don’t want to give anything away, but there’s a twist this year," Oscar host Hugh Jackman said in an interview with ABC News. "I feel like I’m part of something new, part of a new initiative, a new era."

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    Oscar '09: "Happy-Go-Lucky"'s Mike Leigh

    EDITOR'S NOTE: Over the two weeks leading up to Oscar, indieWIRE will be republishing a series of interviews and profiles on the nominees for the 81st Academy Awards.

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    The WGA Strike: One Year Later

    The WGA Strike: One Year Later

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    Berlin Round Up IV: "Beeswax," "The Countess," and the Discontent of Berlin '09 Critics.

    "If Berlin 09 will be remembered for anything," indieWIRE's Shane Danielsen's said in his critic's notebook yesterday. "It will be for its eagerness to tell us, with every ounce of anguished sincerity it could muster, the bleeding obvious." Danielsen referenced both Sally Potter's "Rage" and Lucas M...

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    Bujalski in Berlin: Not Quite Euphoric, but More Than Happy

    In Berlin for the world premiere of his new film, "Beeswax," Andrew Bujalski said that he took a rare moment to appreciate his accomplishment at last night's Berlin International Film Festival debut. It was something he said hasn't really taken the opportunity to do with his other work, "Funny Ha Ha...

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    Awards Roundup: BAFTAs, WGAs, and the Final Two Week Stretch

    The last of the major precursors were handed out this past weekend, paving the rather predictable way for the final two week stretch to Oscar. With the DGA, WGA, SAG, PGA, Golden Globes, Critic's Choice and BAFTA all handing its highest honor to "Slumdog Millionaire," it seems all but written.

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    Winterbottom & Whitecross: Berlin Doc "Shock"

    Three years after winning the Silver Bear for directing "The Road to Guantanamo," Michael Winterbottom and Mat Whitecross are back at the Berlinale with another provocative documentary, "The Shock Doctrine." Based on the Naomi Klein book of the same name, the unfinished film looks at the current glo...

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    Doc Set to Look at 50 Years of Surf Flicks

    Fifty years of Hollywood surfing movies is the topic for a new doc in the works by Greg MacGillivray. The untitled project, currently in production, will include a central look at writer, director and surfer John Milius' "Big Wednesday."

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