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    Weekly indieWIRE Clicks: The Best News, Reviews, Features and Video

    This week on indieWIRE, we took a look at why indies are vanishing from Netflix, Jeff Nichols talked his latest "Take Shelter," we hyped up the New York Film Festival and much more.

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    Will You See This Movie? | Sundance Vet Michael Mohan Returns with Realist Romance "Save the Date"

    Michael Mohan (Sundance 2010, "One Too Many Mornings") and his wife have a very peculiar -- one might even say psychic -- connection with graphic novelist Jeffrey Brown ("Clumsy").

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    Here's The Top Grossing New York Film Festival Opening Night Films

    indieWIRE is offering a weekly retrospective box office chart, based on a debuting indie release or a current event on the international film scene. Today, iW is taking a look at the track record of New York Film Festival's opening night film, in honor of the fest's 49th edition kicking off tonight ...

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    MoMA Bringing Their Arab Cinema Festival Back for a Second Year

    New York's The Museum of Modern Art will be holding the second annual installment of "Mapping Subjectivity: Experimentation in Arab Cinema from the 1960s to Now" from October 5-23 in association with the Abu Dhabi Film Festival.

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    MoMA Bringing 35 Restored Classics to NYC

    The Museum of Modern Art will present To Save and Project, its ninth annual film preservation festival with 35 restorations, all of which are having their New York premieres.

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    Alamo Drafthouse Is Coming to New York and L.A. The Question is Not Just When, But How.

    "The Alamo is heaven on Earth," tweeted Canadian director Panos Cosmatos while in Austin, Texas this week for Fantastic Fest to screen his science-fiction movie "Beyond the Black Rainbow." That sort of excitement is a typical reaction among those making their first trips to any of the three Alamo Dr...

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    Watch: See Grown Men Do Drugs, Drink and Get Deep in "I Melt With You" Trailer

    At number one on criticWIRE's Most Divisive film list is Mark Pellington's lurid all-boys romp "I Melt With You." The film premiered at Sundance earlier this year to an avalanche of negative feedback (46 critics reportedly walked out of the thing at its press screening, per Movieline). Despite the b...

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    Daily indieWIRE Clicks: Fantastic Fest Reviews, Chris Cornell Talks to iW and More

    Today on indieWIRE, we chatted with Chris Cornell about his side film career, "Paranormal Activity 3" got a grade out of Fantastic Fest and much more.

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    Fantastic Fest Favorite Adrian Garcia Bogliano Sells Three Movies to Synapse Films

    Adrian Garcia Bogliano, the Argentine director behind Fantastic Fest's "Cold Sweat" and "Penumbra," has had rights to three of his titles -- "Rooms for Tourists," "Watch'em Die" and "I Will Not Die Alone" -- picked up by Synapse Films, which releases remastered versions of classic genre films on Blu...

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    Richard Linklater's "Bernie" Will Open in March

    As previously reported, Richard Linklater's "Bernie" starring Jack Black, Matthew McConaughey and Shirley MacLaine was picked up by Millennium Films. The company's now eyeing a March 2012 theatrical release for the comedy, which opened the 2011 Los Angeles Film Festival.

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