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    'Independent Ed' by Edward Burns a Primer for Riding the Industry Waves

    Edward Burns created the DIY model back in the 90s with 'The Brothers McMullen,' and returned to it when conventional studio financing faded away; he also made iTunes his friend. Now he's written a must-read memoir and guide for emerging filmmakers and beyond.

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    Attention, Filmmakers: Ron Howard's Tips on How to Win His Trailer Contest

    The winning trailer will be made into a short film produced by and starring Josh Hutcherson. Ron Howard shared these filmmaking tips with Indiewire.

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    Michael Connelly & Titus Welliver on What 'Bosch' Says About Police Post-Ferguson

    "Is it reflective of what's going on in New York or Ferguson? I don't know. [...] Maybe."

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    Sebastian Silva on Why Toronto Rejected 'Nasty Baby' and How 'Quirk is Bad'

    "I think it's a very asexual sort of thing, quirkiness."

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    Why Oscar Nominee Felicity Jones Isn't Just the Loyal Wife in 'The Theory of Everything'

    Much like Jane Hawking's influence on Stephen Hawking's career, Felicity Jones' performance in "The Theory of Everything" isn't one that's just a supporting role.

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    Watch: Zimmer, Elfman and More Talk Composing in Upcoming Doc 'SCORE' (Exclusive)

    Hans Zimmer, Oscar-nominated for 'Interstellar,' is the latest composer to join the feature-length portrait of the power of film music.

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    Berlin: Christian Bale Finds More Spontaneity Making Indie Movies

    Bale discussed working with Terrence Malick for a second time, Los Angeles and his debut role.

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    Hugh Grant Says He Finds Most Romantic Comedies 'Repugnant' at 'The Rewrite' Premiere

    "Here, the romantic comedy part of it is only a small part; it's about this broken guy who mends himself," Grant said of "The Rewrite."

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