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    indieWIRE Project of the Month Winners to Receive Consultations from Sundance Institute

    As long promised, here's our Prize At Stake for the Project of the Day. (Correction: Prizes.) There's more information here. Looking forward to hearing what you think; tell us in the comments or email me directly at dana AT indiewire DOT com.

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    iW's Online Video of the Day: "Hurricane" Irene Captured in Gorgeous Black & White

    Instead of staying inside and weathering "Hurricane" Irene in downtown NYC, Brandon Roots and Felix Thompson, two young directors who work out of the production company Buffalo Picture House, decided to take to the streets and make a movie.

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    Daily indieWIRE Clicks: The West Memphis 3, Ludivine Sagnier, Awards Season and More

    Today on indieWIRE, we spoke with French star Ludivine Sagnier about her thriller "Love Crime," we told you the 10 things Fall's upcoming festivals can tell us about award season and much more.

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    "Jeff, Who Lives at Home" To Open Hamptons Film Festival

    Jay and Mark Duplass's "Jeff, Who Lives at Home" will open the Hamptons International Film Festival, it was announced today. Starring Jason Segel, Ed Helms, Judy Greer and Susan Sarandon, the film will screen at Guild Hall in East Hampton on October 13th.

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    Con Artist Caper "VIPs" Wins Big at Brazilian Film Festival of Miami

    The con artist caper "VIPs" from first-time feature director Toniko Melo and produced by Fernando Meirelles ("City of God") won the Crystal Lens jury award for Best Feature Film at the 15th annual Brazilian Film Festival of Miami, which wrapped over the weekend. The film also won its lead Wagner Mou...

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    Watch: See Cannes Breakout Stephanie Sigman in "Miss Bala" Trailer

    One of indieWIRE's top picks out of the Cannes Film Festival was "Miss Bala," a Mexican thriller that features a breakout performance from newcomer Stephanie Sigman. Get a taste for what all the fuss is about by checking out the new trailer for the film, courtesy of 20th Century Fox who release the ...

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    Box Office: Hurricane Irene Pounds Specialty Market As "Cirumstance" and "Ground" Debut (UPDATED)

    There was much talk surrounding the effect Hurricane Irene would have on the studio box office this weekend, as many theaters in major East Coast cities shut down. However, studio films still had the rest of the country to make up for those losses; for many specialty films, that wasn't the case.

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    Pedro Almodovar To Serve As AFI Fest's Guest Artistic Director

    For its 25th anniversary, the American Film Institute (AFI) has announced that Pedro Almodóvar will serve as the Guest Artistic Director of AFI FEST. As such, Almodóvar will present a screening of his 1986 film "Law of Desire" (commemorating another 25th anniversary) and curate a sidebar of films th...

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    Here Are The Top Grossing Lesbian Films, in Honor of "Circumstance"

    indieWIRE has a new weekend feature: A retrospective box office chart, based on one of the top indie titles opening this weekend. Today, iW is taking a look at the track record of lesbian dramas, in honor of "Circumstance," Maryam Keshavarz's Iran-set drama about a young woman rebelling against arch...

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    Weekly indieWIRE Clicks: This Week's Best News, Reviews, Features and Videos

    This week on indieWIRE, "Circumstance" won over our critics, we told you what films are sure to offend you this fall, the latest Julia Roberts film got a release date and much more.

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