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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW: Georgia Lee, director of "Red Doors"

    Director Georgia Lee's "Red Doors" follows the lives of the Wongs, a "bizarrely" dysfunctional Chinese-American family living in the Connecticut suburbs. Ed Wong is nearing retirement in less than a month and plots to escape his mundane life by fleeing to a Buddhist monastery; however, the madcap li...

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    DISPATCH FROM TELLURIDE: Imagined Reality on Display at Weekend Telluride Fest; Pences Say Goodbye

    The 33rd edition of the Telluride Film Festival (see indieWIRE's recent lineup story), which took place over the past few days in the small Colorado mountain town, will not only be known for launching such films as "The Last King of Scotland," "Fur", and "Little Children" or honoring Penelope Cruz a...

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    Production Report: "Among the Shadows," "Broken English," "Dismal," "OperaWorks," and "Sellin' Helen

    [EDITOR'S NOTE: indieWIRE's monthly production report looks at independent films in various stages of production. If you'd like to tell us about a film in production for future columns, please contact us.]

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    IFP Highlights Roster for 28th Market

    The Independent Feature Project unveiled plans for its 28th annual IFP Market, which will take place post-Toronto International Film Festival, running from September 17 - 21 in New York City. This year's lineup includes 186 projects and is focused on connecting projects still in development with fin...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW: Ric Burns, Director of "Andy Warhol: A Documentary Film"

    A four-hour look at the life of the 20th century's greatest artist, Ric Burns' latest documentary is "Andy Warhol - A Documentary Film" from American Masters. While it won't have a full theatrical release, the film opens for a two-week run at New York City's Film Forum on Friday, followed by screeni...

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    16 to Compete at 54th San Sebastian Fest; Von Trier's "Boss" in Lineup

    Sixteen films will compete in the official selection at the 54th San Sebastian International Film Festival, taking place September 21 - 30 in the Basque resort city in northern Spain. Nine films, including Cannes best-director winner "Babel" by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, and Sundance hit "Little M...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW: Andrew Bujalski, director of "Mutual Appreciation"

    Andrew Bujalski's second film, "Mutual Appreciation," is the story of Alan, played by Justin Rice, a struggling musician who moves to New York to pursue his career. He shows up looking for a drummer for his first gig, and goes about self-promotion, resulting in an encounter with Sara (Seung-Min Lee)...

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    "The Situation" to Open '06 Hamptons Fest; Competition Lineups Unveiled

    The world premiere of Philip Haas' "The Situation" will open the 14th annual Hamptons International Film Festival (October 18 - 22), organizers announced today. Haas' "Situation," set for a U.S. release early next year by Shadow Distribution, is described as a thriller, romance and war movie set in ...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW: Jamie Babbit, director of "The Quiet"

    Jamie Babbit's drama/thriller, "The Quiet" centers on Dot (Camilla Belle), a young deaf and mute woman who is sent to live with her grandparents, played by Edie Falco and Martin Donovan, and their cheerleader daughter, Nina (Elisha Cuthbert). Dot's arrival is a blow to Nina's idyllic social life and...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW: Joe Swanberg, director of "LOL"

    Director Joe Swanberg is taking on the sometimes herculean task of self-distributing his latest film, "LOL." The film chronicles three men who view the women in their lives through a computer screen. According to the "LOL" website, the feature "intimately explores masculinity in the new millenium, a...

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