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    In the Works: Marston in Albania, Pixelated Feature, Club Closure, Desaparecido & Popcorn Ice Cream

    indieWIRE's production column takes a look at a film from "Maria Full of Grace" filmmaker Joshua Marston as well as a hearty batch of IndieGoGo projects. Included in that mix are: a pixelated story of a washed-up rock group, a chronicle of a closed club, the story of one of the Ar...

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    In the Works: "Dirty Girl," Teenage Magellan, Anti-Coal Granny, Serbian Brass Fest, Women in Rodeo

    indieWIRE production column takes a look at a film with a top notch lineup of actors from relative newcomer Abe Sylvia and four doc projects looking for funding on Kickstarter. Included in the mix are docs about a fourteen year old who wants to circle the world, a Serbian brass festival, a gran...

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    In the Works: Ross Bros' NOLA, Independence Night, Super-Heroines, LGBT Roadtrip & Tea Leaves

    indieWIRE's production column this week checks in with the Ross Brothers (SXSW 2009 Documentary Jury Winner, "45365") to find out about their new documentary, and profiles four other upcoming projects, including the adaptation of the first major work of a Pulitzer-Prize nominee, a documentary about ...

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    In the Works: Borrowed Bodies, Gay Intimacy, High School Jesus, Dante in Motion & Dream "House"

    This week's "In the Works" speaks with "Shortbus"'s John Cameron Mitchell and Howard Gertler and noted graphic novelist Dash Shaw to check in on their new project, "The Ruined Cast," also offering the world premiere of the film's demo teaser; the column...

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    In the Works: Housing Horror, Wandering Skater, "Badass" Texan, Adult Artists & Soccer Impact

    Three of the films profiled in this week's "In the Works" coincidentally deal in some way with the home foreclosure crisis, beginning with Richard Ledes' horror thriller, the aptly titled "Foreclosure," starring Michael Imperioli, Wendell Pierce, and Bill Raymond; as well as documentaries-in-progres...

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    In the Works: Tilda In "Kevin," 24-Hr Musicals, Free Radio, Gay Celebs & ATL Stripper

    This week's production column, "In the Works," takes a closer look at Lynne Ramsay's new film, "We Need to Talk About Kevin," starring Tilda Swinton, John C Reilly, and rising star Ezra Miller; then turns the spotlight on four interesting new projects seeking crowdfunding success on Kickstarter and ...

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    In the Works: Chinese Champs, Latino Coming of Age, Lazarus Hipsters, Dual Prisons & Finding Haven

    This week's production column, 'In the Works', checks in with acclaimed producer Peter Wintonick ("Manufacturing Consent," "Earthkeepers") on his new project with "Up the Yangtze" director Yung Chang, “China Heavyweight,” then profiles a few upcoming films featured on crowd-funding website IndieGoGo...

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    In the Works: Eerie "Inn," Crude Story, Quiet Hunt, Immigrant Mess, Microloan Impact & Hip Hop "Ma"

    This week in our production column, 'In the Works', indieWIRE checks in with Ti West – the maker of recent horror smash "The House of the Devil" – about his new project, “The Innkeepers,” then takes a look at a number of documentaries with crowdfunding campaigns on Kickstarter.

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    In the Works: “Detroit” Hustlers, Misfit Wanderer, Single Moms, Immigrant's Return & WWII Sci-Fi

    iW begins this week's production column, 'In the Works', by talking with Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady – the makers of acclaimed documentaries “Jesus Camp” and “12th and Delaware” – about their new project, “Detroit Hustles Harder,” then profile a few upcoming films featured on crowd-funding websites...

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    In the Works: Overlooked "Rockers," Damaged Souls, Mothers & Sons, Eccentrics, and Tragedy

    This week's column begins with an in-depth look at "Lost Rockers," the new documentary by the makers of "American Hardcore," and moves on to profile a number of projects featured on crowdfunding websites IndieGoGo and Kickstarter.

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