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    Tribeca '09 Interview: "Seven Minutes in Heaven" Director Omri Givon

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This is one of several interviews, conducted via email, with directors whose films are screening at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival.

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    "In A Dream" Director Jeremiah Zagar: "Movies were my refuge and my religion"

    Director Jeremiah Zagar's doc "In a Dream" is described as a "a stunning portrait of love and betrayal and the strength of family bonds." a son sets out to make a portrait of his eccentric father but instead ends up exposing the secrets of his entire family. Fixtures in the South Philadelphia art sc...

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    Exploring Hypocrisy: Kirby Dick's "Outrage" Aims to Expose Closeted U.S. Politicians

    [Editor's Note: This interview with "Outrage" director Kirby Dick was first published in indieWIRE for the lead-up to the film's Tribeca Film Festival premiere. Magnolia Pictures opens the film in select cities Friday May 8.]

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    Derick Martini, "Lymelife": Artistic Honesty, Perfection, and Success

    EDITORS NOTE: This interview was originally published as part of indieWIRE's coverage of the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

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    "Make It On Time, Make It On Budget and Make It Good: "The Escapist" Director Rupert Wyatt

    EDITORS NOTE: This interview was original published as part of indieWIRE's coverage of the 2008 Sundance Film Festival.

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    "Shades of Ray" Writer/Director Jaffar Mahmood (interview + exclusive clip)

    In Jaffar Mahmood's "Shades of Ray," American-born Ray Rehman comes home one night to find his Pakistani father on his doorstep. Ray's Caucasian mother threw him out. It's an awkward time for his father to move in as Ray just proposed to his Caucasian girlfriend—who hasn't given him an answer. While trying to get his parents back together, Ray meets a South Asian girl of mixed descent, just like him, and must decide where his identity truly lies. The film, which received the Audience Award at the 2008 South Asian International Film Festival, has been released exclusively on Amazon VOD (available here). indieWIRE offers our own exclusive clip ...

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    Lee, Levinson To Screen Latest During Tribeca's Talks Series

    The 2009 Tribeca Film Festival has announced the line-up for its two discussion programs - the Tribeca Talks Series and "Behind the Screens: Films and Conversations about Truth, Clarity and Responsibility" - which will include the world premiere of Barry Levinson's "Poliwood," and a special screenin...

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    Shattered Love & Strained Relationships: "Guest of Cindy Sherman" Directors Paul H-O and Tom Donahue

    EDITORS NOTE: This interview was originally published as part of indieWIRE's coverage of the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival.

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    Interview With "They Killed Sister Dorothy" Director Daniel Junge

    Daniel Junge's documentary "They Killed Sister Dorothy"—which received the Grand Jury and Audience awards for Best Documentary Feature at the 2008 SXSW Film Festival—examines the circumstances surrounding the murder of Dorothy Stange, a 73-year-old nun from Ohio living in Brazil, who was shot six ti...

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    iW Interview | "The Great Buck Howard Director Sean McGinly

    In Sean McGinly's "The Great Buck Howard," which opened over the weekend via Magnolia Releasing, Buck Howard had spent his days in the limelight. His mind-boggling feats as a mentalist extraordinaire - not to be confused with those of a mere magician - earned him a marquee act in Vegas and 61 appearances on Johnny Carson's Tonight Show. In his own humble opinion, his talents go far beyond simple sleight of hand - he can read minds and hypnotize not just a single soul but an entire room of people! But nowadays, it's clear to everyone but Buck that his act has lost its luster; he performs in faded community centers and hasn't sold out a theater...

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