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    Rome Interview: Larry Clark On 'Marfa Girl,' The Role Of The Writer & How He Became Fearless

    In the 17 years and 6 films since his excoriating debut "Kids," Larry Clark has gradually slipped off many radars, as detractors claimed that precisely what had so shocked and impressed in his early work (explicit sex, violence and drug taking amongst photogenic teenagers) was becoming irrelevant at...

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    Larry Clark Says The Remake Of 'Mona Lisa' Is Dead, But A ‘Marfa Girl’ Trilogy Is In The Cards

    For a filmmaker, being lost in the woods of development or financing is never fun. We always lament the absence of a filmmaker who’s spent far too much time away from the game trying to get a labor-of-love project off the ground (you can see examples of such features here, here and here); the purgat...

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    Rome Review: 'Marfa Girl' Hints At Larry Clark's Possible Evolution As A Filmmaker

    Teenagers fuck, get each other pregnant, fight, take drugs, and are disaffected. So far, so very, very Larry Clark. But “Marfa Girl” which premiered at the Rome Film Festival last night, also foregrounds elements that haven’t historically cropped up quite so regularly in the filmmaker’s back catalog...

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    Rome Film Festival Review: Is Larry Clark's 'Marfa Girl,' Available Soon Online, A Return to Form? Not Quite.

    In his view of teenage life, the 69-year-old director seems stuck going around the same skate park.

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    Exclusive: Clip & Behind The Scenes Photos From Larry Clark's 'Marfa Girl'

    Tonight, Larry Clark premieres "Marfa Girl" at the Rome Film Festival, his first full-length feature in seven years -- his last was 2005's "Wassup Rockers" -- and a picture that is boldly embracing the changing landscape of movie distribution. And we've got a peek behind the curtain with an exclusiv...

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    First Look: 20 New Photos From Larry Clark's Culture Clash Drama 'Marfa Girl' That He Will Release Online For $5.99

    "Kids" filmmaker Larry Clark is embracing the digital age. With his latest "Marfa Girl" set to unspool at the Rome Film Festival, the director reveals that will be the only place where you can see his latest on the big screen. "I will put the film on my first and only w...

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    Roman Coppola's 'Charles Swan III' Leads Rome Film Festival Lineup

    So....that's it? With early rumors pointing to Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained," Johnnie To's "Drug War," Gabriele Muccino's Gerard Butler-starring comedy "Playing For Keeps," Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln," Gus Van Sant's &quo...

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    'Kids' Director Larry Clark Returns With 'The Smell Of Us' And 'Marfa Girl'

    Looks like American enfant terrible Larry Clark is finally stepping up to the plate after a long absence. Independent French cinema group mk2 recently sat down with documentary producers Gérard Lacroix and Pierre-Paul Puljiz, and the two revealed they would be involved in the new project from the of...

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