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Kelly Reichardt

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    Watch: Kelly Reichardt's 2004 Iraq War Short Film 'Travis'

    During the twelve years separating her first and second films, “Meek’s Cutoff” director Kelly Reichardt helmed a few shorts, the last of which, the experimental “Travis,” was released in 2004. In light of Reichardt's increasing visibility, 'Travis' has now surfaced online, via The Seventh Art.

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    Arthouse Audit: 'Restrepo' Sequel 'Korengal' Tops Specialty Box Office; Kelly Reichardt's 'Night Moves' Takes Second

    An eclectic group of new releases failed to provide any films with more than niche potential in upcoming weeks. The standout is "Korengal" (Saboteur), a sequel of sorts to the Oscar-nominated documentary feature "Restrepo," which had a New York opening in the range of its predecessor. "Night Moves" ...

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    This Weekend, Why 'Die in the West' When You Can Head to 'Night Moves' and 'Maleficent'? (TRAILERS)

    Though critics are pooh-poohing the tawdry, toilet-humor antics of Seth MacFarlane's "Million Ways to Die in the West," Angelina Jolie in "Maleficent" promises to be a fun family time-suck, while the weekend's indies offer something more to chew on.

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    Kelly Reichardt On Directing 'Night Moves,' Editing Her Own Films, and Shooting in Living Spaces

    Reichardt sat down with Indiewire to discuss preparing for and filming "Night Moves," collaborating with actors, and the both struggles and productive possibilities of working on "living" sets.

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    Quote of the Day: Dakota Fanning

    "It's rare to see women in a film who are not somehow validated by a male, or discussing a male, or heartbroken by a male, or end up being happy because of a male."

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    Interview: Dakota Fanning Talks ‘Night Moves,’ Working With Kelly Reichardt, Spielberg, Tony Scott & More

    If you go into Kelly Reichardt's “Night Moves” cold, or knowing only that it's a drama about ecoterrorism from the director of “Meek's Cutoff” and “Wendy & Lucy,” you might wonder about her leading actress, a mousy, moon-faced brunette whose occasionally eerie stillness reflects both her character's...

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    Night Moves Director Kelly Reichardt On How Her "Action Film" Is About People, Not Politics

    Of her eco-terrorist film, Reichardt says that she and her writing partner Jon Raymond "started with the idea, 'Why aren't we all out blowing shit up?' And then just sort of walked back from there, trying to answer that question for ourselves."

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    'Night Moves' Star Peter Sarsgaard Wouldn't Mind Being Directed By Women for the Rest of His Life

    Peter Sarsgaard's doesn't just play an activist in Kelly Reichardt's "Night Moves," he is one in real life.

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    The Movies That Changed My Life: Kelly Reichardt, Director Of 'Night Moves'

    "These are tough, this is like a little quiz." When we got a chance recently to chat with Kelly Reichardt, she was game if not a little trepidatious to take part in another of our semi-regular features in which we attempt to scavenge through a filmmaker's life in cinema, in hopes of finding out how ...

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