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    Film Independent's Directors Close-Up Series To Feature Affleck, Russell, Loktev, Zeitlin, Fleischer, Sachs and Soloway

    Film Independent's 12th edition of their Directors Close-Up series will feature Ben Affleck ("Argo"), David O. Russell ("Silver Linings Playbook") and Benh Zeitlin ("Beasts of the Southern Wild"), director Ruben Fleischer ("Gangster Squad"), and writer/directors Ira Sachs ("Keep the Lights On"), Jul...

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    Julia Loktev On 'The Loneliest Planet,' How Roberto Rosselini & Mikhail Kalatozov Inspired The Film & More

    Few were prepared for Julia Loktev's astounding "Day Night Day Night," a harrowing bare-bones drama about a young, innocuous woman preparing to become a suicide bomber. Though it was only her second film (and her first narrative), the project exhuded the confidence and prowess of a more seasoned fil...

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    Interview with Julia Loktev - Writer and Director of The Loneliest Planet

    Women and Hollywood: Where did you get the idea for this film?

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    Trailer Watch: The Loneliest Planet - Directed by Julia Loktev

    The film opens in the US on October 26.

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    PIFF '12 Review: All Is Not What It Seems In Beautifully Shot 'The Loneliest Planet'

    It’s true that the “Loneliest Planet,” directed by Julia Loktev (“Day Night Day Night”), is the kind of film that works best if you know little to absolutely nothing about it going in. But then again, couldn’t that be said for just about every film? So before we write this review in to futility befo...

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    Interview: AFI Fest head Jacqueline Lyanga

    AFI Fest has long been Los Angeles' big autumn film destination. Long a showcase of international cinema, the festival has had an increase in high-profile galas, such as this year's opening film, Clint Eastwood's "J. Edgar" starring Leonardo DiCaprio (the festival even nabbed a...

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