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    indieWIRE's Online Video of the Day: Drew Droege's Chloe Returns to Extol "Fr33dom"

    Los Angeles comic actor Drew Droege ("Eating Out: Drama Camp") has become an internet sensation with his "Chloe" videos, where he has created an alternate universe Chloe Sevigny. One in which Chloe enunciates words impeccably and takes herself and all elements of her life very seriously. Every vid...

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    "Weekend," "Habana Muda" Among Top Outfest Winners

    Andrew Haigh's "Weekend" won the Grand Jury Award for "Outstanding International Dramatic Feature," while Eric Brach's "Habana Muda" took the Grand Jury Award for "Outstanding Documentary Feature Film" over the weekend at Outfest, capping the 29th Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Film Festival. The jury no...

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    Box Office: Sarah Palin and Errol Morris Open Opposite "Potter;" "Paris" Becomes Woody's Top Grosser

    While the final "Harry Potter" broke essentially every record in the book this weekend, an unlikely trio of Sarah Palin, Errol Morris and Wayne Wang proved the film's main indie opener alternatives. According to estimates, Palin doc "The Undefeated," Morris' "Tabloid" and Wang's "Snow Flower and the...

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    Will the Release Strategy for "The Undefeated" Lead to Victory?

    Plenty of independent films fail to hit the mark. But the indications are rarely as confusing as they are for "The Undefeated," the much-ballyhooed Sarah Palin documentary-cum-advertisement.

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    iPOP | This Week on the Scene: Premieres Rock Manhattan, Miranda July Congratulates iW & More

    It might be summer but there was certainly no lull in the Manhattan social scene this past week.

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    Weekly indieWIRE Clicks: The Best News, Reviews & Features

    This week on indieWIRE the Tribe Called Quest documentary did good business at the box-office, Errol Morris opened up about "Tabloid," Netflix angered a good number of its users and much more.

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    Report: Netflix Plans to Be in UK, Spain by Early 2012

    With its American users still reeling over Netflix price hikes, Variety reports that the entertainment delivery service already has its eye on Europe.

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    indieWIRE at 15! Check Out iW's First Issue from July 15, 1996

    One dial-up connection shared with a fax machine in office space donated by an early supporter was Day 1 of indieWIRE back on July 15, 1996, recalled Eugene Hernandez today, on iW's 15th anniversary.

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    Here Come the Contenders: Lars von Trier's "Melancholia" Gets a November 11 Release Date and More

    Now that we're in the second half of 2011, many of the would-be awards contenders are poising themselves for prime theatrical releases.

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    Worldwide Indie Box Office: Woody Allen's on His Way to $100 Million and Werner Herzog is Huge

    Werner Herzog, Wim Wenders, Woody Allen and "The Guard" are all enjoying successful runs outside the U.S.. That's good news for the films yet to open Stateside ("The Guard," Wenders' "Pina") and a nice bonus for the success stories that are Allen's "Midnight in Paris" and Herzog's "Cave of Forgotten...

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