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Craig Zobel

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    Why 'Z for Zachariah' Director Craig Zobel Hasn't Gone the Blockbuster Route

    With his third feature, Zobel continues to blaze his own path, though he may be inching closer to mainstream material.

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    Craig Zobel Listens to Many Voices on 'Z for Zachariah' (TRAILER)

    The trick for indie filmmakers like Craig Zobel is to ride early success to bigger-budget projects with movie stars in them, which are bound to demand more collaboration--but can dilute a director's singular voice.

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    Watch: Margot Robbie is Caught in an Apocalyptic Love Triangle in 'Z for Zachariah' Trailer

    Chris Pine and Chiwetel Ejiofor co-star in Craig Zobel's intriguing new project.

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    Filmmaker Survey: Is Diversity Important? And What's the Best Way to Achieve It?

    How important is diversity to the indie film ecosystem? We asked some filmmakers to share their thoughts on the topic. Their responses are enlightening.

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    Sundance Review: Craig Zobel's 'Z for Zachariah' is Not Your Typical Post-Apocalyptic Romance

    The "Compliance" director's latest film is a minimalist chamber drama with only three actors in its cast.

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    David Gordon Green Considering Directing A Horror Movie Written By 'Compliance' Helmer Craig Zobel

    We feel like if you don't like at least one David Gordon Green film there has to be something wrong. The one-time-wunderkind''s had a diverse and prolific career, ranging from gentle indie debut "George Washington" to lyrical love story "All The Real Girls" to thrillerish melodrama with "Snow Angels...

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