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    'Martha Marcy May Marlene' Director Sean Durkin To Helm 'Joplin' Biopic With Tony Winner Nina Arianda In The Lead Role

    Of all the long-developing music biopics out there in the world, a movie about Janis Joplin nearly tops the list of much dicussed, but unmade projects. Before Fernando Meirelles made "360," he was linked to a version that would've starred Amy Adams and been produced by Wyck Godfrey of ...

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    'Martha Marcy' Filmmaker Sean Durkin Will Direct 'Joplin,' With Tony Winner Nina Arianda As Janis

    Borderline Films writer-director-producer Sean Durkin has landed on a project to follow his critically acclaimed Sundance 2011 drama “Martha Marcy May Marlene,” which nabbed Durkin the narrative directing award at the festival that year. Durkin is now attached to helm “Joplin,&rdqu...

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    The Power Of Christ Compels 'Martha Marcy' Director Sean Durkin To Remake 'The Exorcist' As 10-Part TV Series

    If there has been one constant in "The Exorcist" franchise, it's that none of the sequels or prequels have ever come close to touching the terror or brilliance of William Friedkin's groundbreaking original. Nor have any of the countless exorcism movies since managed the feat either...

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    'Martha Marcy May Marlene' Director Sean Durkin Making an 'Exorcist' TV Series

    Sean Durkin, the writer/director of last year's phenomenal debut "Martha Marcy May Marlene," is now working on a television show based on "The Exorcist," according to Vulture.

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    Time Out Name 'The Exorcist' Greatest Horror Movie Ever: Read Top 10 Lists From Guillermo Del Toro, Drew Goddard, Ti West & More

    Today sees the opening of "The Cabin In The Woods," one of the freshest, most enjoyable horror movies in years, one that we can only urge you to go see (read our review here). To mark its release, Time Out have polled critics, programmers and filmmakers as to their favorite horror movies, and collat...

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    (PDATED!) Watch Sean Durkin's 'Mary Last Seen' Short

    Updated 7:00PM EST: You can now view the film! Grab your redemption code and go here to watch it.

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    (UPDATED!) Live From Lincoln Center: Sean Durkin Answers Your Questions and Screens His Prequel to 'Martha'

    Updated 7:00PM EST: You can now view the film! Grab your redemption code and go here to watch it. Updated 6:30PM EST: Live streaming of the event will begin in just 30 minutes right below. See below video for details on how to participate and view the film. For those of you who have already ...

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    Join Indiewire at Lincoln Center to See What Inspired Sundance Breakout 'Martha Marcy May Marlene' and Meet the Filmmakers

    If you're in New York and want to see the film that inspired Sundance breakout "Martha Marcy May Marlene" that made a star out of Elizabeth Olsen, then come to the Film Society of Lincoln Center on Monday, February 20 for a special talk hosted by the Indiewire and The Playlist. "M...

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    Sean Durkin's 'Mary Last Seen' Short Screens For Free On February 20th In New York

    First time feature-length filmmaker Sean Durkin made a huge splash last year with his haunting Sundance debut “Martha Marcy May Marlene.” About a damaged woman who struggles to re-assimilate into her family after fleeing an abusive cult, the poignant drama instantly placed Durkin and lea...

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    From 'Drive' To 'Melancholia,' Here's Why 2011 Marked a Shift In the History of Cinematography

    The first movie I saw in theaters in 2011, aside from a couple of press screenings, was "Hugo." Yes, that's correct: I went nearly 11 months without bothering to see a new release. The reason? Honestly, there was nothing I felt couldn't wait until the DVD release.

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