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    Bernardo Bertolucci on Returning to the Director’s Chair and Why He’s Excited About the Digital Future

    Bertolucci's first movie in 10 years provides him with an excuse to discuss the state of his country's cinema and what he plans to do next.

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    Emmanuelle Seigner Delivers for Husband Roman Polanski in Two-Hander 'Venus in Fur'

    Roman Polanski's latest play-to-film "Venus and Fur" opened at the end of last year's Cannes Film Festival because it was the only day its star Emmanuelle Seigner could get away to the Riviera. Thus the film was a bit of an afterthought at the fest. It finally arrives via IFC stateside with terrific...

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    How Social Media Helped An Old Sundance Hit Find a New Life

    After an auspicious premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in 2008, Alex Rivera's "Sleep Dealer" failed to find an audience. Now, thanks to an innovation distribution platform and social media support, it's getting a second chance.

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    John Waters on Hitchhiking Across America for 'Carsick': 'I think my street cred went up'

    Indiewire caught up with John Waters in Provincetown to discuss the crazy journey of writing "Carsick."

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    8 Things John Waters Learned About David Cronenberg at the Provincetown Film Festival

    Here are eight things John Waters learned about David Cronenberg at the 2014 Provincetown International Film Festival.

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    How Must-See 'The Case Against 8' Took Five Years to Make, from HBO Docs Czar Nevins to Its 'Fairy Tale Ending' (TRAILER)

    The charged opening sequence of "The Case Against 8" witnesses former Solicitor General Ted Olson in the thick of a dress rehearsal.

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    WATCH: Jenny Slate Talks Sex and Standup in Her Breakout Role in 'Obvious Child' (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

    Stand-up comic Jenny Slate didn't go from zero to breakout overnight. Typically, like many performers, she's had wins and losses--like losing her gig on Saturday Night Live. It wasn't a good fit, she admits now. Clearly, indie "Obvious Child" suited her talents perfectly, as writer-director Gillian ...

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    Why Sebastian Junger Made and Self-Released 'Restrepo' Sequel 'Korengal,' New HBO Doc (VIDEO)

    Vanity Fair writer Sebastian Junger is well-known not only for "The Perfect Storm" (which was made into a George Clooney action movie) and his intrepid war reporting--which he ended after the untimely death in Libya of his long-time partner, British Vanity Fair photographer and cinematographer Tim H...

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    The Indiewire Springboard: How 'Uncertain Terms' Director Nathan Silver Stays Inspired

    Nathan Silver has already complete four features, but chances are you're not familiar with his name unless you're a film festival junkie. That's bound to change soon.

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