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    One Hell of a Ride: "Off Jackson Avenue" Director John-Luke Montias

    John-Luke Montias' "'Off Jackson Avenue' is an interwoven crime story set in New York City involving a Mexican woman (Jessica Pimentel) who has been tricked into sex-slavery by an Albanian pimp (Stivi Paskoski) and must find a way to break out; a Japanese hit man (Jun Suenaga) who is in town to do a...

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    Four In Focus: "We Are The Mods" Director E.E. Cassidy

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This is part of a collection of interviews with the filmmakers from Outfest 2009's "Four In Focus" selection, which features work from four first time directors

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    Four In Focus: "Hollywood Je T'aime" Director Jason Bushman

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This is part of a collection of interviews with the filmmakers from Outfest 2009's "Four In Focus" selection, which features work from four first time directors

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    Four In Focus: "Fruit Fly" Director H.P. Mendoza

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This is part of a collection of interviews with the filmmakers from Outfest 2009's "Four In Focus" selection, which features work from four first time directors

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    Four In Focus: "Drool" Director Nancy Kissam

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This is part of a collection of interviews with the filmmakers from Outfest 2009's "Four In Focus" selection, which features work from four first time directors

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    Four In Focus: 7 Questions For Outfest's Newbies

    Outfest 2009 kicked off this weekend, beginning ten days of celebrating LGBT cinema in Los Angeles. The 27th edition of the festival brings 181 films from 25 countries - four of which were selected as Outfest's "Four In Focus," a special designation for the festival's most promising directorial debu...

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    Succinct, Crusty, Reflective and Always the Artist: Agnes Varda Talks "Beaches"

    "The grandmother of the New Wave," Agnes Varda's ("The Gleaners and I") latest documentary returns with a movie that synthesizes 50 years of filmmaking, and 80 years of life. Accoridng to New York's Film Forum, where "The Beaches of Agnes" will open Wednesday, July 1, the film focuses on this early member of the French New Wave. Varda has worked with Chris Marker, Alain Resnais, Jean-Luc Godard, Jane Birkin, Michel Piccoli, Catherine Deneuve and Philippe Noiret -- not to mention Harrison Ford, the Black Panthers and Warhol muse, Viva. Stories of her childhood in Brussels and adolescence in occupied Paris, of Los Angeles in the '60s, and of li...

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    Woman on The Verge: "Surrogate" Director Shalom Ezer Breaks Out In Edinburgh

    Unfortunately, the reason many in the international film world first heard of writer-director Tali Shamon Ezer's "Surrogate" was not because of the film itself, but because of its place at the center of a bit of a storm between director Ken Loach and the Edinburgh International Film Festival. A few...

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    "The debate it starts is incredible": "Afghan Star" Director Havana Marking

    After 30 years of war and Taliban rule, "Pop Idol" has come to Afghanistan. Millions are watching the TV series "Afghan Star" and voting for their favorite singers by mobile phone. For many this is their first encounter with democracy. Havana Marking's "Afghan Star" follows the dramatic stories of f...

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    LAFF | America Unrolling Outside: "Passenger Side" Director Matthew Bissonnette

    Saddled with his own frustrations, the last thing Michael wants to do is spend the day driving his recovering addict of a brother Tobey around Los Angeles. There’s too much history between them, and Michael has his doubts about his brother’s sobriety. Nevertheless, he agrees to pick Tobey up, but wh...

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