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    CANNES '07 ATELIER INTERVIEW | Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige: "It is a film that reasserts our

    A view of war outside and in is the subject of Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige's Atelier project "I Can't Go Home", about a pregnant Lebanese filmmaker stuck in Paris as war breaks out back home, while her doctor husband struggles at the center of it. Directors of numerous short films, Hadjith...

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    CANNES '07 ATELIER INTERVIEW | Pablo Aguero: "My town is in the mythical valley of Argentinean Patag

    From Argentina, Pablo Aguero brings his project "Salamandra" to The Atelier, where as a first-time filmmaker his project will be among the few given priority. Described as a "conjunction of opposites", the story is of a mother struggling to raise her son in Patagonia and uses much of the director's...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Fay Grim" director Hal Hartley

    Picking up over seven years after "Henry Fool", Hal Hartley brings us his version of the sequel. In "Fay Grim" Parker Posey again plays Fay, struggling with her son who is turning out to be much like his arrogant father Henry, missing now for seven years. When she's sent by the CIA to Paris to get...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Day Night Day Night" director Julia Loktev

    Suicide bomber as a tourist? Or a tourist as a suicide bomber? Julia Loktev's artful and haunting feature "Day Night Day Night" sharpens its focus by refusing to take a side. The film follows an anonymous girl (Luisa Williams) as she's loaded with a backpack of explosives, and her suspenseful wal...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Brand Upon the Brain!" Director Guy Maddin

    Canadian director Guy Maddin has had an illustrious career in not only directing but also writing, cinematography, editing and even acting. 2003's "The Saddest Music in the World" won a slew of festival recognitions as did "The Heart of the World" (2000). His latest release, "Brand Upon the Brain!" ...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Away From Her" Director Sarah Polley

    Actor/director Sarah Polley has won accolades both at home in Canada and around the world for her roles in "My Life Without Me," "Lantern Hill," "Go," and "The Sweet Hereafter" among many others. Her latest directing venture, "Away From Her" starring Julie Christie, Olympia Dukakis, Gordon Pinsent a...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Sing Now or Forever Hold Your Peace" director Bruce Leddy

    Bruce Leddy's debut feature, "Sing Now or Forever Hold Your Peace", could be described as the a cappella version of "The Big Chill." The ensemble comedy is about a male a capella group that reunites years later for a long, lost weekend of rehearsal before performing at their friend's wedding. The ...

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    PEOPLE: Daniel Wu, "Heavenly King"

    [This interview first appeared in indieWIRE's sister publication covering film in the Bay Area, SF360. For additional coverage of the San Francisco International Film Festival, visit the SF360 website.]

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Diggers" Director Katherine Dieckmann

    Director Katherine Dieckmann's "Diggers" starring Lauren Ambrose, Josh Hamilton and Paul Rudd is set on Long Island, NY on the cusp of the Ford-Carter U.S. presidential election. Though ads in the local bar talk about a "change coming over America," the local clam diggers are more worried about losi...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Zoo" Director Robinson Devor and Writer Charles Mudede

    Director Robinson Devor's doc "Zoo" delves into an incident that rampaged through the Internet and tabloids alike. In July, 2005, a man was taken to a hospital, dying from a perforated colon. The cause? Having sex with a horse. According to a Sundance Film Festival description, where the film premie...

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