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    Introducing The Cannes Directors

    Introducing The Cannes Directors

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    'Feeling' the Movies: Scott Hamilton Kennedy Exposes the Establishment in "The Garden"

    Politics, power, greed and the working class take the focus of Scott Hamilton Kennedy's Oscar-nominated doc, "The Garden." A follow up to his film, "OT: Our Town," Kennedy's film lays out how backroom deals, land developing, green politics, money and corruption intersect with working class families who rely on this communal garden for their livelihood. "The Garden" exposes the fault lines in American society and raises crucial and challenging questions about liberty, equality, and justice for the poorest and most vulnerable among us.... The film features a slew of celeb appearances, including Danny Glover, Willie Nelson, Joan Baez and Daryl H...

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    Julia's Objectified Adoration For Rudo's Ashes Is An Outrage: Your Many Weekend Options

    From a documentary about outing closeted gay politicians, to a film with gay love scenes featuring Robert Pattinson, to films starring gay icons and/or gay lust-objects Tilda Swinton, Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna, Indiewood sure is queerly directing its "Star Trek" counterprogramming (and are p...

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    A Times Square Dive, Frolicking Boys and 6 Days of Gambling Shine at 16th Hot Docs

    An eclectic range of stories - from boys' private school cliques to the history of wartime food preparation, from an often naked gang of moped riders to birdwatchers seeking the Holy Grail of (extinct) woodpeckers, North America's largest - and some say most important - documentary film festival, Ho...

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    Audio/Visual Hub: Dick, Spike, Portman, and More From Tribeca Talks

    Over the past week, indieWIRE posted videos from the Tribeca Talks series it co-produced with Apple. Among them were actress Natalie Portman (promoting the website she co-founded, Makingof.com), director Lee Daniels (discussing Sundance winner and upcoming Cannes entry 'Precious'), director Atom Eg...

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    Glass Half Full? The Future of Media

    Has all the dire talk about the fate of the media reached a crescendo? Somehow, amidst all the doom and gloom scenarios about the death of traditional journalism in the wake of declining prospects for newspapers, some media insiders are starting to send a more positive message. Along with the potent...

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    13 Things You Want To Know About Tilda Swinton

    Last week in New York, actress Tilda Swinton headed to the Apple Store in SoHo to bring her unparalleled stage presence to indieWIRE and Apple's Filmmaker Talks. In a lively conversation with director John Cameron Mitchell ("Hedwig and the Angry Inch"), Swinton discussed her latest film, Erick Zonca's "Julia," in which she plays a strung out, manipulative alcoholic who decides to kidnap a young boy. And as truly entertaining as the "Julia"-specific parts of the conversation were, it would be unfair to deny you the many other Tilda tidbits that came out during the hour-long talk. So here, in no particular order, are the many facts that we l...

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    "I didn't want 'Y Tu Mama Tambien Two'": Carlos Cuaron Talks "Cursi" and Cha Cha Cha

    The making of "Rudo y Cursi" was like a big fat family reunion. This clan, though, is linked by creative affinities as well as blood ties. And unlike many families that spring to mind, the "Rudo" collective is about mutual supportiveness and the celebration of brotherhood. Hard to sort out all the team's affiliations, but here goes: "Rudo"'s director/writer Carlos Cuaron is the younger brother of Alfonso Cuaron, director of "Y Tu Mama Tambien," for which Carlos wrote the script. The film's producers - bro Alfonso, Gullermo del Toro and Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu - are long-time collaborators working on their new production company, Cha Cha ...

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    Nick Cave's Rejected "Gladiator 2" Script

    Nick Cave's Rejected "Gladiator 2" Script

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    Buyers Be Aware: Notable Projects From Toronto's Doc Forum

    The 2009 Toronto Documentary Forum - the largest doc market in North America - kicked off this morning on the campus of the University of Toronto, with hundreds of filmmakers, producers, broadcasters and distributors gathering to witness twenty-five presentations of documentary projects at various l...

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