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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "The Exiles" Presenters, Charles Burnett and Sherman Alexie

    Usually, when established artists place their names on another work, their involvement in its release is somewhat arbitrary (see "Quentin Tarantino Presents," for example). The purpose of Charles Burnett and Sherman Alexie presenting Milestone Films' re-release of "The Exiles," however, has a stronger reasoning that's both practical and profound. Last year, Milestone released Burnett's great unheralded classic "Killer of Sheep," a 1977 film that deals with race issues not unlike the ones at the core of "The Exiles." Alexie, an established Seattle-based writer and poet with a few films to his name, focuses exclusively on issues facing modern N...

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    LAFF '08 INTERVIEW | "I'll Come Running" Director Spencer Parsons and "HottieBoombaLottie" Director

    [EDITOR'S NOTE: indieWIRE is profiling the Narrative and Documentary Competition filmmakers who are screening their films at the Los Angeles Film Festival as world premieres.]

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Tell No One" Director Guillaume Canet

    It's not exactly clear when the trend started, but French filmmakers are currently making the best old-style Hollywood thrillers. The caffeinated pace, requisite chase scenes, intricate plots are all there. But Gallic filmmakers bring something more to the party: distinctive camera work along with a social critique and complex characters who resonate with the over-thirteen crowd. Claude Lelouche's recent thriller "Roman de Gare" plumbed the darker corners of the fame game and a writer's ego. Now comes "Tell No One" from actor-turned-director Guillaume Canet, a major hit in France and winner of two Cesars. Adapted from the novel by Harlan...

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    LAFF '08 INTERVIEW | "Must Read After My Death" Director Morgan Dews

    [EDITOR'S NOTE: indieWIRE is profiling the Narrative and Documentary Competition filmmakers who are screening their films at the Los Angeles Film Festival as world premieres.]

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    LAFF '08 INTERVIEW | "Boogie Man: The Lee Atwater Story" Director Stefan Forbes

    [EDITOR'S NOTE: indieWIRE is profiling the Narrative and Documentary Competition filmmakers who are screening their films at the Los Angeles Film Festival as world premieres.]

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    LAFF '08 INTERVIEW | "Thing With No Name" Director Sarah Friedland

    [EDITOR'S NOTE: indieWIRE is profiling the Narrative and Documentary Competition filmmakers who are screening their films at the Los Angeles Film Festival as world premieres.]

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    LAFF '08 INTERVIEW | "Trinidad" Co-Directors Jay Hodges and PJ Raval

    [EDITOR'S NOTE: indieWIRE is profiling the Narrative and Documentary Competition filmmakers who are screening their films at the Los Angeles Film Festival as world premieres.]

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    LAFF '08 INTERVIEW | "Loot" Director Darius Marder

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    LAFF '08 INTERVIEW | "Prince of Broadway" Director Sean Baker

    [EDITOR'S NOTE: indieWIRE is profiling the Narrative and Documentary Competition filmmakers who are screening their films at the Los Angeles Film Festival as world premieres.]

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "All In This Tea" Directors Les Blank and Gina Leibrecht

    Co-directors Les Blank and Gina Leibrecht have collaborated on the documentary "All In This Tea." The film follows David Lee Hoffman, a man more passionate about tea than any other. Travelling with him to the most remote regions of China, Blank and Leibrecht detail Hoffman's search for the best ha...

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