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    Daily indieWIRE Clicks: What to See Next Month, Pick of the Week, Venice Reviews and More

    Today on indieWIRE, we told you what to watch out for next month, we spoke with up-and-comer Ami Canaan Mann, director of the Venice entry "Texas Killing Fields" and much more.

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    Watch: Alessandro Nivola is a Messed-Up Rocker Dad to Sensible Abigail Breslin in "Janie Jones"

    The coming-of-age rock drama "Janie Jones," which had its premiere at Toronto 2010, will be released by Tribeca Film on October 27.

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    The Full 2011 Lineup for the Telluride Film Festival: Tilda, Clooney and More

    Take a close look at the Telluride Film Festival lineup: These are films you'll be hearing a lot about over the next few weeks during a fall festival swing that begins in Venice, travels to Telluride and continues through to big-city fests in Toronto and then New York. For many movies on the roster,...

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    Suzanne Blech In, Robert Baruc Out as President of Screen Media Films

    Suzanne Blech has been elevated from Executive VP of Screen Media Films to President, the company announced today.

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    Norway To Submit "Happy, Happy" for Foreign Language Oscar

    First-time Norwegian director Anne Sewitsky's film "Happy, Happy" has been chosen to represent Norway in the 2012 Oscar race for Foreign Language Film. The Norwegian Oscar Committee selected the film from a shortlist that included this year's "Oslo, August 31st" and "Sons of Norway."

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    Watch: The Sad and Somewhat Promising Trailer for Kenneth Lonergan's Long-Delayed "Margaret"

    It's been 11 years since Kenneth Lonergan impressed us with his directorial debut, "You Can Count On Me." He's finally back with his sophomore effort, "Margaret," which was shot way back in 2005. It finally opens in limited release on September 30 after struggles in the editing room (they shot it wi...

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    iW's Video of the Day: Malcolm McDowell Breathes & Jack Nicholson Smiles in Kubrick GIFs

    Be prepared to be awestruck. With "The Lion King" (and every other film marketed towards children and meatheads) getting a 3D release and endless promises to one-up the cinematic gimmicks of William Castle, it's always nice to be reminded that technology can enhance our filmgoing experiences.

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    iW's Project of the Day: A Very Scary "Pillow Fight"

    Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite.

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    Werner Herzog's "Abyss" Nabbed by Sundance Selects Ahead of Toronto Premiere

    Ahead of its Toronto International Film Festival debut next week, Sundance Selects has picked up North American rights to Werner Herzog's film, "Into the Abyss." Selects, a sister division of IFC Films and IFC Midnight, released Herzog's most recent box office hit, "Cave of Forgotten Dreams," which ...

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    Critical Consensus: "Detective Dee" Is The Pick of the Week

    Hark Tsui's "Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame" hits theaters this weekend, and it's the pick of the week, according to the folks polled on criticWIRE.

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