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    Adam Elliot, "Mary and Max": Flaws, Limitations, and Possibilities

    EDITORS NOTE: This is part of a series of interviews, conducted via email, profiling dramatic and documentary competition and American Spectrum directors who have films screening at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

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    The Silent Side of Male Sexuality: "The Lost Coast" Director Gabriel Fleming

    "The Lost Coast," Gabriel Fleming's second feature as a director, premiered at SXSW last year and has since won the best feature prize at NewFest. The film follows high school friends who reunite for Halloween in San Francisco and confront experiences of the past that no one has yet dared to explore...

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    Frazer Bradshaw, "Everything Strange and New": Light, Experimentation and Circumstance

    EDITORS NOTE: This is part of a series of interviews, conducted via email, profiling dramatic and documentary competition and American Spectrum directors who have films screening at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

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    Cherien Dabis, "Amreeka": Ohio, Jordan, Arab-American

    EDITORS NOTE: This is part of a series of interviews, conducted via email, profiling dramatic and documentary competition and American Spectrum directors who have films screening at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

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    Peter Bratt, "La Mission": Patriarch, Homosexual and Change

    EDITORS NOTE: This is part of a series of interviews, conducted via email, profiling dramatic and documentary competition and American Spectrum directors who have films screening at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

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    Doug Pray, "Art & Copy": Highest End, Hip and Artists

    EDITORS NOTE: This is part of a series of interviews, conducted via email, profiling dramatic and documentary competition and American Spectrum directors who have films screening at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

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    Honor Roll '08: Some of the best of the year

    1 - Lance Hammer: "Success as a filmmaker probably has something to do with being restless and dissatisfied and perpetually interested in peeling away one more layer to get a little closer to some essential human truth."

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    Plumbing the Depths of "Revolutionary Road": Sam Mendes on Yates, Kate, and the Pressures of Awards

    "The book is such a kind of cult classic," "Revolutionary Road" director Sam Mendes said of his new film's source material, Richard Yates' 1961 novel. "It was terrifying. The most common comment from friends of mine who had read the book was, 'don't fuck it up.' That was basically all they said, 'd...

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    "This Was a Gift": "The Visitor"'s Richard Jenkins

    "I never looked at this as ever leading to anything," actor Richard Jenkins said about making "The Visitor." "I trained myself years ago not to do that because I know how disappointing it all can be. So even though it's hard not to with people saying, 'Oh you're gonna get this, you're gonna do that.' But you just can't. You have to just do the work and be thankful that people respond to it. That's what you have to do." It's been well over a year since "The Visitor" premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, and it's quite evident people have responded to it. When it was released in theaters this past April, it quickly became one...

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    On The Verge Between Reality, Fantasy and Dreams: "Waltz With Bashir" Director Ari Folman

    A trio of naked soldiers stride slowly through the sea past a floating corpse toward a Beirut of high-rise buildings luridly lit by orange flares. This hallucinatory image repeats like a leit motif throughout "Waltz with Bashir," an animated documentary by Israeli Ari Folman about war and memory. At last year's Cannes no one was busting down doors to watch a handful of Israeli soldiers reconstruct their experiences in the first Lebanon War of the early 80's, an event barely familiar to most Americans -- though the informed will recall the genocidal massacre of Palestinians that occurred in the Shatila refugee camps. Yet "Waltz with Bashir"...

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