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    FUTURES: 'Gloria' Star Paulina García Talks About Midlife Crises and the Sexuality That's Missing From Movies

    There was no bigger discovery at the 2013 Berlin International Film Festival than Paulina García, star of Chilean director Sebastián Lelio's competition entry "Gloria." If García isn't your average young newcomer, that's part of the point: Her electrifying performance in "Gloria," for which she won ...

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    Sundance Futures: Lana Wilson, Martha Shane Challenge Assumptions About Third-Trimester Abortions in 'After Tiller'

    Sundance Futures: Lana Wilson, Martha Shane Challenge Assumptions About Third-Trimester Abortions in 'After Tiller'

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    Sundance Futures: Paul Eenhoorn, the Unexpected 'Martin Bonner' Breakout, On Keeping the Passion Alive

    Why He’s On Our Radar: Seattle-based Australian actor Paul Eenhoorn has been making a name for himself in Seattle’s filmmaking industry for the better part of the a decade, after trying to make a break for it in his native country. He's likely best known for playing the villain, Mr. ...

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    Sundance Futures: Lindsay Burdge on Finding Compassion for 'A Teacher' Who Goes Too Far With One of Her Students

    Why She's On Our Radar: In Hannah Fidell's NEXT entry "A Teacher," Lindsay Burdge appears in pretty much every frame as an attractive suburban Texas high school teacher engaged in a heated affair with a male student. The subject matter alone attracted a lot of attention in Park Cit...

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    Sundance Futures: Zachary Heinzerling on the Challenges of Documenting an "Incredibly Complicated Relationship" in 'Cutie and the Boxer'

    Why He’s On Our Radar: Five years in the works, the Sundance U.S. Documentary competition contender, "Cutie and the Boxer," marks the directorial debut of promising New York-based documentary filmmaker Zachary Heinzerling. The intimate doc profiles Ushio and Noriko Shinohara, married Japanese artist...

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    The Sundance Springboard: Indiewire Picks 10 Actors to Watch in Park City

    Brit Marling, Elizabeth Olsen, Edward Burns and Gabourey Sidibe all came to Park City as relative unknowns and emerged as highly sought-after talents. With the 2013 edition of the Sundance Film Festival launching tomorrow, here are our picks for the 10 actors to watch this year.

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    We Have Seen The Futures: Indiewire Interviews The 37 Indie Film Breakouts of 2012

    With 2013 days away, we're revisiting our interviews with the three-dozen most buzzed-about up-and-comers of the past year -- all of whom you are likely to hear a lot more about in years to come.

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    Futures: 'Les Miserables' Breakout Samantha Barks On Singing Live for Tom Hooper in the Rain and Being "Petrified" of Her Co-Stars

    Why She's On Our Radar: There's no big screen newcomer more buzzed about this holiday season than Samantha Barks, the 22-year-old UK newcomer who beat out Taylor Swift to nab the part of Eponine in Tom Hooper's big-screen adaptation of the hit musical "Les Miserables" starring ...

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    Futures: 'Flight' Breakout Kelly Reilly on Auditioning Opposite Denzel Washington and Why She'll Never Fly With Robert Zemeckis

    Why She's On Our Radar: Already an award-winning stage and screen star in her native Britain best known for appearing opposite Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law in Guy Ritchie's "Sherlock Holmes" re-imagining and its sequel, 35-year-old actress Kelly Reilly takes on her most high profile role to date s...

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    Futures: 'Beware of Mr. Baker' Director Jay Bulger Spouts Off About Morphine, Dead Ostriches & "Charles Dickens' Asshole"

    Jay Bulger suffered a broken nose at the hand of the subject of his first feature-length documentary, "Beware of Mr. Baker," but the injury was clearly worth it.

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