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    Why the Sarasota Film Festival Is Indie Film's Best-Kept Secret

    After begging, borrowing, stealing and Kickstarting to finish that potential masterpiece of a production, every broke-ass American indie filmmaker faces the same trying question as U.S. film festivals (each with their own submission fees) seem to pop up as quickly as Starbucks coffee shops: Where, b...

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    EXCLUSIVE: Spirit Nominee Alex Ross Perry Discusses New HBO Project 'The Traditions,' His Next Feature and Life After 'The Color Wheel'

    Alex Ross Perry isn't your average overnight sensation. His debut feature, 2009's innovative quasi-adaptation of Gravity's Rainbow "IMPOLEX," garnered some support at regional festivals, while his hilarious followup "The Color Wheel" followed a similar path, steadily developing appeal through word o...

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    More Important Than Cannes? Locarno Film Festival Is a Large Platform For Small American Movies

    As the Locarno Film Festival heads into its 65th year, its European presence remains as pronounced as ever. But the upcoming edition, which runs August 1 - 12, also contains an unusually large number of features from the U.S. Six American productions will screen in the international competition...

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    From Hammer to Nail: What We Lose When We Lose Video Stores

    Perry's interview with Joe Martin, the longtime proprietor of East Village rental store Reel Life--which closes its doors for good at the end of this month--is an unexpectedly heartfelt tribute to the deterioration of the physical video store.

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    Alex Ross Perry's 'The Color Wheel,' IW's Best Undistributed Film of 2011, Finds Distribution

    Alex Ross Perry's sophomore feature "The Color Wheel," which topped Indiewire's 2011 end-of-year poll for best undistributed film, has received distribution from Cinema Conservancy, a new company from Tyler Brodie and Hunter Gray, who will take the film to Brooklyn for its opening ...

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    From 'The Tree of Life' to 'The Color Wheel,' Winners React to Topping the Indiewire Poll

    In the wake of Monday's announcement about the winners of Indiewire's year-end poll, several people responsible for films at the top of various lists provided reactions to the news.

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