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    In the Works: Mid-80s Indie Music Rocks "Losers"

    In this week's production column, "Losers Take All" sees director Alex Steyermark revisit his musical roots with a tale that chronicles the rise of a band in the 1980s American indie rock scene. The documentary "From Baghdad to Brooklyn," meanwhile follows a gay Iraqi re...

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    In the Works: "Vamps," Decimated Village, Laughing at Cancer, Gay/Black Marriage

    In this week's in-production column, "Vamps," from "Fast Times at Ridgemont Hight" director Amy Heckerling, a group of vampires indulges in New York nightlife. Also in the works this week, a stylized story of a desecrated village, a comedic take on cancer, and documentar...

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    In the Works: Cutting in "Perfection," Personal/Economic Crisis, Quiet Riot, "The Next Cassavetes"

    In this week's in production column, we speak with writer/director/actress Christina Beck about her Adrienne Shelly grant-winning film "Perfection," about the difficulties of moving to image-obsessed southern California. We also take a look at a fiction feature about a man who mus...

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    In the Works: Doc-A-Month Sparrow Songs, Asexuality Movement, Volcano Life, & Sierra Leone Civil War

    This week's in production column takes a look at Sparrow Songs, a project where two filmmakers, Alex Jablonski and Michael Totten, make a short documentary each month. Also profiled are two projects from Kickstarter: Angela Tucker's documentary on the American asexuality movement and a ...

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    In the Works: Vega-Starrer "Summer Song," Flower Taxi, Depression, Domestic Violence, Martel Adapted

    This week's profile of work in production profiles 21 year-old second time filmmaker Aram Rappaport's "Summer Song," starring Alexa Vega and John Savage in a dark coming-of-age drama that finished shooting in Mass. last weekend. Also in production are a slew of films from Indi...

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    In the Works: A Conservative Playground, Plympton Profile, Vietnam Protesters, and Grammy Camp

    The phenomenon and tribulations of one of America's biggest entertainment capitals - Branson, MO - are the subject of veteran doc filmmaker AJ Schnack and True/False Film Festival's David Wilson's latest film, currently in production. Also profiled this week are projects from Kickst...

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    In the Works: Star-Studded "Idiot Brother," "NYC B&B," Sweaty Bombay, Immigrant Musician & Puppets!

    Today's In the Works column profiles Jesse Peretz's new film, "My Idiot Brother," starring Zooey Deschanel, Elizabeth Banks, and Emily Mortimer as sisters whose lives are disrupted by their brother (played by Paul Rudd). Also this week, two from IFP labs and two from IndieGoGo...

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    In the Works: Gray's "Jack," Midwestern Drama, LA Queers, "Glee" for Adults, & "Art Machine"

    Production moves forward in the hot summer, with Bradley Rust Gray ("The Exploding Girl") and cast & crew braving the East Coast heat wave with his latest, "Jack and Diane" with Juno Temple and Riley Keough. Also "In the Works" are four projects trying to get your (tax-deductible?) $$$ from Kickstar...

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    In the Works: Silva & Peirano's "Old Cats," Gaza Love, Havana to Miami, Crematory & Rubberband Music

    This week, indieWIRE's in-production column tackles the new project from the star and director of last year's Golden Globe-nominated "The Maid." We put the spotlight on four projects currently being churned through the IFP labs, from life in Gaza, to children headed from Cuba ...

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    In the Works: Rodney Evans' Jazz Stories, Rwandan Conflict, Widower, Sweetness at 17 & Transylvania

    This week, indieWIRE's production column spotlights Rodney Evans about his second feature film, "Day Dream." iW also explores four works-in-progress that went through IFP labs: narratives about the Rwandan genocide, a man dealing with life as a widower, a New York coming-of-age ta...

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