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    cinemadaily | Herzog, What Have Ye Done?: "My Son" in Theaters

    Hot on the heels of "Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans," "My Son, My Son What Have Ye Done," Werner Herzog's other 2009 film, opens today. And to hear critics tell it, this one (produced by fellow oddball David Lynch) actually looks, against all odds, to be the stranger of the two.

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    Decade: Todd Haynes on "Far From Heaven"

    EDITOR'S NOTE: Every day for the next month, indieWIRE will be republishing profiles and interviews from the past ten years (in their original, retro format) with some of the people that have defined independent cinema in the first decade of this century. Today, we'll step back to 2002 with an inte...

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    cinemadaily | In Brooklyn, Celebrating So Yong Kim & Bradley Rust Gray

    In their annual series spotlighting up and coming directors, the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) is celebrating two of this year's most buzzed-about minimalist directors, the husband-wife team of "Treeless Mountain"'s So Yong Kim and "The Exploding Girl"'s Bradley Rust Gray. The series will feature...

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    Financial Crisis Proof (So Far) Dubai Fest Turns Six With "Nine"

    Amidst a financial meltdown that put its city atop headlines around the world, the Dubai International Film Festival debuted its sixth edition last night with no sign of anything remotely resembling a financial struggle. Boasting more sponsors than any of its previous editions, the festival kicked ...

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    For Your Consideration: How Much Does Oscar Love a Musical?

    Next week's release of Rob Marshall's "Nine" will cap off what is surely one of this decade's most notable cinematic trends: The return of the movie musical. Outside of animated films, the movie musical had essentially been considered dead for nearly two decades. There had once been a time when musicals routinely won multiple Oscars and would even find themselves among the year's top grossing films. There were five musical Best Picture winners out of eight nominees between 1958 and 1969, one of which - "The Sound of Music" - grossed the present day equivalent of $1,022,542,400 dollars. And while the 1970s and early 1980s brought a few nota...

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    Decade: Mira Nair on "Monsoon Wedding"

    EDITOR'S NOTE: Every day for the next month, indieWIRE will be republishing profiles and interviews from the past ten years (in their original, retro format) with some of the people that have defined independent cinema in the first decade of this century. Today, we'll step back to 2002 with an inte...

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    cinemadaily | Warhol, Risi Retros Hit NYC

    "Tavel doesn't ring quite like Edie or Nico or Paul America, but one could say that the multitalented playwright gave Warhol his voice," writes Jason Jude Chan in Flavorpill. Anthology Film Archives explores the groundbreaking collaborations between the two artists in the retrospective "Beyond the A...

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    Decade: Alfonso Cuarón on "Y Tu Mama Tambien"

    EDITOR'S NOTE: Every day for the next month, indieWIRE will be republishing profiles and interviews from the past ten years (in their original, retro format) with some of the people that have defined independent cinema in the first decade of this century. Today, we'll step back to 2002 with an inte...

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    Tom Ford: "This is the thing I've done in my life that I'm the most proud of."

    "No matter how much you love something, there are those moments where you think, 'shit, maybe I'm just way out on a limb and other people aren't going to feel this way'," Tom Ford said regarding his film "A Single Man." "But then after the screening in Venice, we had a standing ovation for ten minut...

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    Decade: Michael Haneke Talks "Code Inconnu" and "The Piano Teacher"

    EDITOR'S NOTE: Every day for the next month, indieWIRE will be republishing profiles and interviews from the past ten years (in their original, retro format) with some of the people that have defined independent cinema in the first decade of this century. Today, we'll step back to 2001 with an inte...

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