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    'Strongman' Director on Making Sure His 2009 Slamdance Winner Wasn't a 'Disposable Art Film' and Taking It to the iTunes Top 10

    Zachary Levy brought his film "Strongman" to the 2009 Slamdance Film Festival, where it ended up taking home the award for Best Documentary. From there, it had screenings at high profile fests like Hot Docs and SXSW, but never got a traditional distribution deal -- so Levy took it upon himself to g...

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    Hal Hartley is Kickstarting His Latest Film. Here's Why.

    We interview Hal Hartley about why he has turned to crowdfunding to raise funds for his latest film project, "Ned Rifle."

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    Project of the Day: A Rare Disease Gets the Feature Film Treatment in 'Canary in a Coal Mine'

    A film about life with M.E., the most prevalent and devastating disease your doctor has never heard of.

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    Project of the Day: In 'Leaves on Trees,' a Nine Year Old Gets Glasses for the First time

    Leaves on Trees is a short fiction film about a myopic 9 year old boy and the adventures that ensue when he gets glasses for the first time.

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    Indie Director Ava DuVernay on Dressing for Success

    Clothes make the director. That's the lesson filmmaker Ava DuVernay imparted in a keynote speech at Los Angeles' Film Independent Forum on Sunday. The 2012 winner of the Sundance Film Festival's Best Director prize described her "director's uniform," a kind of work armor that's more about self-prote...

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    Do We Need a Crowdfunding Site for Women? Plum Alley Thinks So.

    There is already a glut of crowdfunding start-ups trying to lay claim to their piece of the crowdfunding pie. Plum Alley, which launched last month, is hoping there's room for another -- one that's devoted to women creators.

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    Project of the Day: To Act or Not To Act? That is the Question.

    To Act, Or Not To Act. That is the question…

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    Playing the Casting Game: Finding the Next Jennifer Lawrence or Raising the Money to Hire Her

    “More than 90% of directing a picture is the right casting,” suggests Martin Scorsese in the revelatory documentary "Casting By." Producers might well reach a similar assessment for financing a picture as well since actors remain by far the most enticing lures to potential investors. But settling on...

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    Congrats to 'Mudbloods,' Indiewire's Project of the Week!

    Thanks to your votes, a story about UCLA’s fledgling Quidditch team who makes their bid for the Quidditch World Cup, "Mudbloods" won this weekend’s Project of the Week contest!

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    Project of the Day: Stop-Motion Animation 'Automatic Fitness' Shows Our Automated, Robotic Lives

    To be or haven’t time to be? A labyrinth poetry on the human automatism. A parody of this already aged so called modern way of life

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