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    'Skeleton Twins' Prove Irresistible To Indie Moviegoers With Huge $27K+ PSA

    The subject matter may be a bit dicey but everyone seems to love Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig. The two ex-SNL alums' "Skeleton Twins" from Roadside Attractions wowed auds to the tune of $411,000 in its first 15 theatres this past weekend.

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    Bill Condon and Ian McKellen's 'Mr. Holmes' Gets Stateside Release

    The "Gods and Monsters" team of Bill Condon and Ian McKellen have reunited to bring us yet another take on Sherlock Holmes-- the elder, as opposed to Benedict Cumberbatch or Robert Downey, Jr.'s recent younger versions.

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    How Roadside Attractions Made Hit of 'Most Wanted Man,' Starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, the Web is Changing the Movie Business

    Roadside Attractions' Howard Cohen Talks 'A Most Wanted Man,' Philip Seymour Hoffman, fall film festivals, theaters vs. VOD and the indie future.

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    Roadside Attractions Acquires Xavier Dolan's Cannes-Winning 'Mommy'

    "Mommy" the latest film by Canadian director Xavier Dolan, has just been picked up by Roadside Attractions for U.S. distribution. The film was the co-winner of the Jury Prize at Cannes earlier this year.

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    Roadside Attractions Will Co-Distribute Tommy Lee Jones' 'The Homesman' With Saban Films, Release Date Announced

    Tommy Lee Jones' "The Homesman" was first picked up for U.S. distribution by Saban Films at Cannes. Now, Roadside Attractions is joining the new company to co-distribute the drama.

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    Watch: Trailer for 'Dear White People' Explains Why 'Gremlins' is About White People Afraid of Black Culture

    "Dear White People," which was voted as Indiewire's first-ever Project of the Year in 2013, made its debut at Sundance this past January, garnering the Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Talent.

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    Words And Pictures

    ‘Words and Pictures’ leans heavily on the considerable appeal of its stars and the touch of its director, Fred Schepisi, who maintains a light hand throughout.

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    Review: Why 'Joe' Is a Comeback for Nicolas Cage and David Gordon Green

    "Joe" is the very definition of a return to form.

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    Why Roadside Attractions Is the Right Distributor to Handle Justin Simien's College Satire 'Dear White People' (VIDEO)

    With a solid target audience of college students and millennials, it will be fascinating to see how Roadside Attractions handles the release of marketer-turned-filmmaker Justin Simien's cutting racial satire "Dear White People," given that the Sundance prize-winner started out as a provocative conce...

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    Watch: David Gordon Green Goes Back to Gritty Drama With 'Joe' Trailer, Starring Nicolas Cage

    You'd be hard pressed to single out a contemporary filmmaker who took a detour more surprising than the one David Gordon Green did. This year he looks to continue his indie comeback with the hard-hitting drama "Joe," based on the gritty novel by Larry Brown.

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