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    ND/NF '08 INTERVIEW | "Valse Sentimentale" Director Constantina Voulgaris and "XXY" Director Lucia P

    In the fifth installment of short interviews spotlighting emerging filmmakers in the current series New Directors/New Films, indieWIRE received remarks from "Valse Sentimentale" director Constantina Voulgaris, about her film that focuses on a summer of love in Athens as well as Lucia Puenzo's film ...

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    ND/NF '08 INTERVIEW | "Slingshot Hip Hop" Director Jackie Reem Salloum and "Water Lilies" Director C

    In the fourth installment of short interviews spotlighting emerging filmmakers in the current series New Directors/New Films, indieWIRE received remarks from "Slingshot Hip Hop" director Jackie Reem Salloum about her film which focuses on the universality of hip hop as well as Celina Sciamma's film ...

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    ND/NF '08 INTERVIEW | "Soul Carriage" Director Conrad Clark and "Japan Japan" Director Lior Shamriz

    In the third installment of short interviews spotlighting emerging filmmakers in the current series New Directors/New Films, indieWIRE received remarks from "Soul Carriage" director Conrad Clark on his story of urbanization set against the backdrop of an evolving China as well as "Japan Japan" direc...

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    ND/NF '08 INTERVIEW | "Wonderful Town" Director Aditya Assarat and "The Toe Tactic Director Emily Hu

    In the second round of interviews spotlighting emerging filmmakers being spotlighted in the New Directors/New Films series in New York, indieWIRE received short responses from "Wonderful Town" director Aditya Assarat and "The Toe Tactic" director Emily Hubley. "Wonderful Town" tells the story of lon...

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    ND/NF '08 INTERVIEW | "Jellyfish" Co-director Etgar Keret and "Munyurangabo" Director Lee Isaac Chu

    In the first of two interviews running over the coming days as part of the spotlight on New Directors/New Films series in New York, indieWIRE received short responses from co-director Etgar Keret's Festival de Cannes Camera'd'Or winner, "Jellyfish" (Meduzot), also directed by Shira Geffen set along ...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "A Four Letter Word" Director Casper Andreas

    Director Casper Andreas' second feature film, "A Four Letter Word," stars Jesse Archer (who co-wrote the film with Andreas) as Luke, a gay man whose promiscuous ways are challenged when he falls for Luke (Charlie David). The film is Andreas' follow-up to 2004's "Slutty Summer," won best feature film...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Towards Darkness" Director Jose Antonio Negret

    Director Jose Antonio Negret's thriller "Towards Darkness" stars Roberto Urbina and America Ferrera in the story of Jose, the son of a Colombian banker living in New York. While visiting his family back home for the Christmas holidays, he is reunited with a streetwise old flame and reacquainted with the casual violence that mars his country. Within days of his return, Jose is beaten and kidnapped, his captors demanding an exorbitant ransom from his parents. Aware that the local police would do more harm than good, Jose's frantic parents enlist the aid of a covert American special operations team to recover their son alive... Peace Arch Entert...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Love Songs" Director Christophe Honore

    Whatever it is that Americans glamorize about Paris, the films of Christophe Honore possess in spades. Stylish, irreverent, gorgeously rendered and unabashedly romantic, his features are both modern and classically Gallic and "Love Songs," a musical that IFC Films opens in the U.S. this Friday theat...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Planet B-Boy" Director Benson Lee

    Director Benson Lee's doc "Planet B-Boy" is set in the international world of B-boying, the urban dance known as "breakdancing." With backdrops in Osaka, Japan, Paris, France, Seoul, Korea and Las Vegas, NV, the film follows the stories of dancers who stlarger society and even their own families. An American dancer in Vegas looks for his big break; a Korean son seeks his father's approval; a twelve-year-old boy in France confronts his family's racism and all the b-boys' lives collide in Germany where their skills are put to the ultimate test: the "Battle of the Year" finals, with crews from 18 nations vying for the title of World Champion. Le...

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    indieWIRE INTERVIEW | "Wetlands Preserved" Director Dean Budnick

    Director Dean Budnick's feature directorial debut, "Wetlands Preserved," is a documentary that details "activist nightclub" The Wetlands Preserve. In 1989, Larry Bloch and his collective opened a nightclub just south of the Holland Tunnel in the then-underdeveloped Tribeca neighborhood of Manhattan. The club had been the first venue for New York performances of bands like Pearl Jam and Rage Against The Machine, and fused music with environmental activism in an entirely unique manner. Budnick's doc portrays a critical moment in recent music history, and is a tribute to a club that closed prematurely on September 10, 2001. Budnick, who is als...

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