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    Four In Focus: "We Are The Mods" Director E.E. Cassidy

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This is part of a collection of interviews with the filmmakers from Outfest 2009's "Four In Focus" selection, which features work from four first time directors

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    Four In Focus: "Hollywood Je T'aime" Director Jason Bushman

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This is part of a collection of interviews with the filmmakers from Outfest 2009's "Four In Focus" selection, which features work from four first time directors

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    Four In Focus: "Fruit Fly" Director H.P. Mendoza

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This is part of a collection of interviews with the filmmakers from Outfest 2009's "Four In Focus" selection, which features work from four first time directors

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    Four In Focus: "Drool" Director Nancy Kissam

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This is part of a collection of interviews with the filmmakers from Outfest 2009's "Four In Focus" selection, which features work from four first time directors

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    Four In Focus: 7 Questions For Outfest's Newbies

    Outfest 2009 kicked off this weekend, beginning ten days of celebrating LGBT cinema in Los Angeles. The 27th edition of the festival brings 181 films from 25 countries - four of which were selected as Outfest's "Four In Focus," a special designation for the festival's most promising directorial debu...

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    Shooting for Sundance in Ten Days: Lynn Shelton's "Humpday"

    "I'm a firm believer in writing for the resources you have at your disposal," explained filmmaker Lynn Shelton, recently making the case for thinking about cost at the very beginning of a project, even when the script is being written. "We shot this film in ten days," she said last month, talking ab...

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    Bitches, Bro Jobs and Heavy Petting, Shorts Carve their Outfest 2009 Niche

    Every year at Outfest, which began last night in Los Angeles, the "Boys' Shorts" and "Girls' Shorts" programs are hot tickets. This year, there's a new shorts program that will have festival goers arriving early to ensure they get a good seat. "Queerer than Fiction: Documentary Shorts" offers some o...

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    cinemadaily | Not Of This World: Fernando Eimbcke's "Lake Tahoe"

    "The director calls his style 'artisan cinema'; I just call it dreamy." So says the New York Times' Jeanette Catsoulis about Fernando Eimbcke's Lake Tahoe which opens today at Anthology Film Archives in New York. Catsoulis describes the film as "so different from the usual fare that it might have ar...

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    Russian "Wolfy" Conquering Karlovy Vary Pack

    Vassily Sigarev's "Wolfy" wasn't even supposed to screen in Karlovy Vary. At the very last minute, after the festival's materials had been printed and the program was ready to go, the festival received a call from the film's producers saying they wanted "Wolfy" in competition. The festival happily ...

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    cinemadaily | Africa's Music on Film

    This week's release of Jeffrey Levy-Hinte's "Soul Power" marks the third film in recent months to focus on the presence of music in Africa. "Power" joins Sascha Palladino's Bela Fleck documentary "Throw Down Your Heart" and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi's "Youssou N'Dour: I Bring What I Love" in showing off Africa's musical heritage. Documentaries like these are rare. Expressing the uniqueness of the subject matter in his Village Voice review of "Throw Down Your Heart," Aaron Hillis says, "It's refreshing to see a doc in Africa that’s not about the heartbreak of HIV and genocide." Each one of these documentaries has a unique relationship wit...

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