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    The Innovative O Cinema Wants to Redefine Moviegoing In Miami

    O Cinema opened February 24 in downtown Miami's Wynwood Arts District with the intent of offering a whole new way of exhibiting media. The brainchild of Vivian Marthell and Kareem Tabsch, co-directors of Living Arts Trust, it's the result a $400,000 grant from the John S. and James L. K...

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    This Is Transmedia; or, We Went to the SXSW Transmedia Panels So You Didn't Have To

    "Transmedia" has had a difficult birth as a buzzword of academic-conference panelists and digital-era visionaries. But in the last few years, it's become a staple of film industry jargon and even popular culture. It describes the way that creative content -- from the mythology of ...

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    SXSW '11 | 24 Filmmakers In Their Own Words

    Soon after SXSW unveiled its 2011 lineup, indieWIRE invited directors with films in the Narrative, Documentary and Emerging Visions sections to submit responses in their own words about their films. This year, a total of 24 filmmakers took part. Below find links to their interviews.

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    Paladin and Shadyac Find Success By Taking "I Am" On The Road

    After three weekends of promising grosses from screenings in Seattle, Portland, and the San Francisco area, Tom Shadyac's "I Am" opens in Los Angeles today, continuing what has a proved to be a uniquely successful manner of release. "I Am" has totaled $70,196 so far, impressive for a film that has n...

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    Meet the 2011 SXSW Filmmakers | "Happy New Year," "Matter of Taste" & "The Dish"

    With the 2011 SXSW Film Conference and Festival kicking off today in Austin, indieWIRE is releasing more of its slate of SXSW filmmaker interviews, as part of the "Meet the 2011 SXSW Filmmakers" series, that spotlights directors with films in this year's Narrative Competition, Doc...

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    Meet the 2011 SXSW Filmmakers | "Dragonslayer," "Last Days" & "The Key Man"

    indieWIRE is again profiling filmmakers taking part in the SXSW Film Festival's Narrative and Documentary Competitions and Emerging Visions sections with nearly two dozen filmmakers providing responses. Today’s three profiles include Don Argott and Demian Fenton's "Last Days ...

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    Meet the 2011 SXSW Filmmakers | "Dragonslayer" Director Tristan Patterson

    "There’s a bunch of empty pools and a bunch of fucked up houses. That’s why I’m here. I’m here to skate. But besides skating, I want to go see waterfalls, I want to go see rockslides, I want to go fishing, I want to go in a canoe, I want to go exploring in the woods...

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    Four Productions iW is Rooting For: "3 Weeks to Daytona," Adam West Doc, "Dissent," "When I Die"

    This week in indieWIRE's in production column, iW takes a look at a unique funding/distribution strategy for the car racing film "3 Weeks to Daytona." Also in the spotlight are a film begging for Adam West's rightful place on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, a doc about juvenile of...

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    For Relativity's Big Break Contest, a Good Indie Movie Can Be Hard to Find

    Corporate players have been showing a lot of love for initiatives aimed at cultivating indie film talent. There's Amazon's (controversial) Amazon Studios project; Paramount and Lionsgate are working on new low-budget production initiatives; and the just-announced Open Road Films is a jo...

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    Meet the 2011 SXSW Filmmakers | "American Animal" Director Matt D'Elia

    Jimmy, an eccentric and terminally ill young man, further loses touch with reality when he finds out that his best friend and roommate James is leaving for a new job tomorrow morning. Jimmy sees this as a betrayal of their perfect way of life, and over the course of a night full of drinks, drug...

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