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    Exploring Hypocrisy: Kirby Dick's "Outrage" Aims to Expose Closeted U.S. Politicians

    [Editor's Note: This interview with "Outrage" director Kirby Dick was first published in indieWIRE for the lead-up to the film's Tribeca Film Festival premiere. Magnolia Pictures opens the film in select cities Friday May 8.]

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    Apple/iW Meet the Filmmaker Podcast: "Sin Nombre" Director Cary Fukunaga

    “We didn’t have a big budget…it was already a huge risk that [the studio] was willing to gamble on a first time director, a film in Spanish, with no cast that anyone could recognize. Most people would see that and they’d say you’re crazy to ask for a million dollars," filmmaker Cary Fukunaga said at...

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    "Children" to Kick Off 25th Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival

    The Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival (LAAPFF) has announced a program of 35 feature films and 146 shorts for its 25th anniversary. The festival, which runs April 30 to May 7, will showcase Asian and Asian American films from 26 countries.

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    Shorts Monthly: "The Witness" Captivates Audience and Jury at Aspen Shortsfest 2009

    On February 22, 2009, Adam Pertofsky walked away empty handed when his 32-minute documentary, "The Witness: From the Balcony of Room 306," lost the Oscar race to "Smile Pinky." On April 5, 2009, Pertofsky's film was trophy magnet, winning both Best Documentary and Audience Favorite at the 18th annu...

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    Derick Martini, "Lymelife": Artistic Honesty, Perfection, and Success

    EDITORS NOTE: This interview was originally published as part of indieWIRE's coverage of the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

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    AICN: "Star Trek" Will Live Long and Prosper

    AICN: "Star Trek" Will Live Long and Prosper

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    Remembering Fortissimo's Wouter Barendrecht: Tributes from Around the World

    Wouter Barendrecht's passion for life, loyal friendship, and championing of international cinema are being celebrated this week in the wake of his sudden, shocking death this weekend in Bangkok, Thailand. Online, via email and over IM the past day, Wouter's friends and colleagues have been congregat...

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    May '09: In Theaters

    The following is a list of upcoming theatrical releases for the month of May. It is subject to change, and will be updated regularly as information becomes available. If you have news on an upcoming release that should be featured here, or in future editions, don't hesitate to contact us at editors@...

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    More Fun Than a Hot Tub Full Of Filmmakers: The 2009 Sarasota Film Festival

    Following my dalliance with Bacchus in Orlando, I hopped on I-4 and I-75 and headed across the state to Sarasota for the second half of that event. While I certainly had a good time at the Florida Film Festival and think it's a fantastic event, those who know me are well versed in my deep love for the festival that lies 130 miles to the Southwest and this year was no exception. in everything from programming (the most important aspect of a festival, of course) to hospitality to organization to extracurricular options, the Sarasota Film Festival (sometimes referred to as SRQ, the local airport's call letters) does a masterful job at putting o...

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    Hot Docs Sets 25 Projects For Its Documentary Forum

    Hot Docs has announced the 25 projects that will be presented during the Toronto Documentary Forum (TDF) on May 6 and 7, 2009. Recognized as one of the international documentary community’s essential market events, the TDF will celebrate its 10th anniversary in 2009. This year's projects were selected from 160 submissions and represent 13 different countries. “The TDF is thrilled to present this 10th annual forum of dynamic documentary and factual content which will appeal to the international broadcasting community and most importantly, audiences around the globe,” said Elizabeth Radshaw, director of the TDF, in a statement. A showcase fo...

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