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    Watch: Sundance Doc 'The Overnighters' Trailer Examines How Unemployment Unravels US Communities

    The film does more than just raise awareness; it is an explicit call to action, with a bold declaration at the end of the trailer stating that 10 percent of all ticket sales will be donated to permanent supportive housing.

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    TIFF WATCH: Jean Dujardin Is the French Popeye Doyle in Terrific 'The Connection' Trailer

    A first trailer has dropped for Toronto entry "The Connection," starring French screen icon Jean Dujardin as a magistrate working to take down the organized drug trade in Marseille.

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    Drafthouse and Participant Media Pick Up 'Act of Killing' Follow-Up 'Look of Silence' Before Venice Debut

    Ahead of its world premiere at the Venice International Film Festival, Austin-based Drafthouse Films and Participant Media are picking up U.S. rights to Joshua Oppenheimer's "The Look of Silence," the director's follow-up to Oscar-nominated "The Act of Killing," which Drafthouse also released. "The ...

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    Drafthouse and Participant Acquire Joshua Oppenheimer's 'Act of Killing' Sequel 'The Look of Silence'

    "The Look of Silence" examines the same incidents of Indonesian genocide, this time from the victims' perspective.

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    How to Shoot a Crotch-Grabbing Bank Robber: Talking to the Directors of ‘The Dog’

    While "The Dog," the new documentary co-directed by Allison Berg and Frank Keraudren, is ostensibly about the bank robber immortalized by Al Pacino in Sidney Lumet's Academy Award-winning "Dog Day Afternoon," the real story is so much more.

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    Here's Why 'The Congress' Hit VOD a Month Before Its Theatrical Release

    We talk to Drafthouse Films about why they decided to release "The Congress" on VOD a full month before it hits theaters.

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    Guest Post: Here's How Piracy Hurts Indie Film

    Two indie film veterans write about the danger of piracy to indie film in this Op-Ed for Indiewire.

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    Watch: Audrey Tautou and Romain Duris Share Adorable, Awkward First Kiss in 'Mood Indigo' Clip

    Romain Duris stars as Colin, a wealthy young bachelor in search of love. He meets Chloé, played by Audrey Tautou, at a friend's party and they quickly tumble into a whirlwind, fairytale romance.

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    Drafthouse Films Picks Up Near-Silent Cannes Critics' Week Winner 'The Tribe'

    Intrepid distribution arm Drafthouse Films has acquired North American rights to director Miroslav Slaboshpytskiy's "The Tribe," winner of the Nespresso Grand Prize, the France 4 Visionary Award and a Gan Foundation grant at the 2014 Cannes International Critics' Week.

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    Drafthouse Acquires Ambitious Sign Language Movie 'The Tribe' for North America

    "The Tribe" was adored during this year's Cannes International Critics Week and has now been picked up by Drafthouse Films.

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