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    PODCAST: How Indiewire Influencer Ondi Timoner Achieves the Impossible

    Disrupting expectations one film at a time.

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    Ignite Channel Acquires Russell Brand Documentary 'BRAND: A Second Coming'

    The documentary provides a glimpse into the comedian's transformation from Hollywood star to political and social activist.

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    SXSW Review: Russell Brand Needs to Make Peace With Ondi Timoner's 'BRAND: A Second Coming'

    The comedian-turned-activist may not want to promote it, but this documentary makes a good case for his cause.

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    Meet the 2015 SXSW Filmmakers #5: Ondi Timoner on the Challenge of Making a Documentary About Russell Brand

    In "BRAND: A Second Coming," Ondi Timoner explores whether ego and narcissism are vital components to anyone who is going to change the world as she documents Russell Brand's remarkable transformation.

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    SXSW: Ondi Timoner on Why Russell Brand Will Never Be at Peace with the Film She Made About Him

    "I really wanted him to be at peace with this film, but I don't know if he'll ever really be at peace with it."

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    How to Launch an International Film Festival in a Small Buddhist Country

    "Bhutan is a perfect place to redefine the traditional film festival."

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    Watch: First Behind-The-Scenes Clip From Ondi Timoner's Russell Brand Documentary

    American audiences know comedy superstar Russell Brand best from his roles as the drunk, self-appointed spiritualist, semi-airheaded Brit in box-office successes like “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” and “Get Him to The Greek”, as well as his theatrical failures like the wholly unnecessary remake of “Art...

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