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    Park City '06: Cho Chang-ho: "I think we're creating all the time in some way... creating is life it

    Every day through the end of the Sundance Film Festival, including weekends, indieWIRE will be publishing two interviews with Sundance competition filmmakers. Sixty filmmakers were given the opportunity to participate in an email interview and each was sent the same questions.

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    PARK CITY '06: Jeff Lipsky: "...That's when my life with films began in earnest. I'd just experience

    Every day for the next three weeks, including weekends, indieWIRE will be publishing two interviews with Sundance '06 competition filmmakers. Sixty filmmakers were given the opportunity to participate in an email interview and each was sent the same questions.

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    PARK CITY '06: Steven Ascher & Jeanne Jordan: "For better or worse, we made these films the way we w

    Every day for the next three weeks, including weekends, indieWIRE will be publishing two interviews with Sundance '06 competition filmmakers. Sixty filmmakers were given the opportunity to participate in an email interview and each was sent the same questions.

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    Vera Farmiga, Miranda July and Phil Morrison: Three Breakthroughs in '05

    [EDITORS NOTE: This is the fourth in a series of 5 articles looking back at some of the notable people, trends and companies of 2005. Additional articles in this series will be published all next week.]

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    5 Questions for Grace Lee, Director of "The Grace Lee Project"

    However much we might deny it, most of us probably fit some stereotype, whether it's through our geographic origin, income level or some physical attribute that we refuse to change through cosmetic surgery. What do you do, however, when people stereotype you as being "nice," "quiet" and "gentle"? An...

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    Defying Categorizations Yet Again, Neil Jordan on "Breakfast on Pluto"

    Here's a shape-shifting filmmaker almost impossible to pigeonhole. After some fifteen films, Irish-born Neil Jordan is still most closely linked with his Oscar-winning masterwork, "The Crying Game" (1992), which meshes mysterious sexuality with the Anglo-Irish "Troubles," and uncorks that twist that...

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    Tackling A Classic: Joe Wright on "Pride and Prejudice"

    So who is this Joe Wright, anyway? One thing's for sure: the director of the hot Brit film "Pride and Prejudice" doesn't come across as very Jane Austen: working class/Cockney accent, floppy hair shoved under a beret, punk good looks. He claims he was dyslexic as a child and has "a lot of catching u...

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    5 Questions for Susan Kaplan, director of "Three of Hearts"

    For more than a year now, Susan Kaplan's "Three of Hearts" -- the story of a 'trinogomous' relationship between two men and a woman -- has been receiving overwhelming acclaim on the film festival circuit. Kaplan explores what might seem like a sensational subject in "Three of Hearts: A Postmodern Fa...

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    5 Questions for Tim Kirkman, Directors of "Loggerheads"

    When we last checked in with Tim Kirkman, back at Sundance this year, he was anticipating his first trip to the Park City festival. At his first screening, he clutched a small camera and snapped a shot of the audience. At age 38, after making a pair of feature docs and even working for years at Mira...

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    Shoot to Kill: Im Sang-soo Gets Down and Dirty With Politics in "The President's Last Bang"

    Aside from Lars von Trier's blowsy America-trashing "Manderlay," "The President's Last Bang," directed by controversy-magnet Im Sang-soo, was the most controversial entry in the 43rd New York Film Festival. Or at least it would have been, if American audiences had even the most passing knowledge of recent Korean politics. "Last Bang" tracks the final 12 hours in the life of Park Chung-hee, the former tyrannical president of South Korea who rose to power in 1961 following a military coup--and was murdered by the Kim Jaekyu, director of the Korean Central Intelligence Agency (KCIA), on October 26, 1979. This monumental incident is played for gr...

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