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    The Indiewire Springboard: How 'Uncertain Terms' Director Nathan Silver Stays Inspired

    Nathan Silver has already complete four features, but chances are you're not familiar with his name unless you're a film festival junkie. That's bound to change soon.

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    Los Angeles Film Festival: Sundance-Winning College Satire 'Dear White People' Challenges Audiences (INTERVIEW)

    "Dear White People" was one of those first features we often see at the Sundance Film Festival that charges out of the gate exploding with all the things the young filmmaker wants to say. This week, it plays the Los Angeles Film Festival.

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    ‘Obvious Child’ Director Gillian Robespierre & Jenny Slate Talk Boundaries In Comedy, Naturalism, Improv, More

    Razor-sharp writing, taut direction, and a stellar central performance by Jenny Slate anchor Gillian Robespierre’s debut directorial feature “Obvious Child.” You’ve likely heard otherwise, its treatment of abortion dominating conversation and even the film’s promotional material, but while Robespier...

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    Emmanuelle Seigner On Roman Polanski's 'Venus in Fur': 'I Have to Be Much Better Than Another Actress Because I'm His Wife.'

    Paris-born Emmanuelle Seigner, who started out as a model at 14, has already proved herself as a talented performer in films like "La Vie en Rose" and "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly." Still, her lead turn in "Venus in Fur," a tense two-hander adapted from David Ives Tony-nominated play by Seigne...

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    Meet Joanna Hogg, the British Filmmaker Who Discovered Tom Hiddleston and Deserves Your Attention

    When Kino Lorber opens Joanna Hogg's new film "Exhibition" in select U.S. theaters this Friday, June 20, many audiences will get their first look at a markedly original talent.

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    Debra Granik Goes Rogue with First Doc 'Stray Dog' (LAFF World Premiere)

    Filmmaker Debra Granik earned an impressive four Oscar nominations for 2010's "Winter's Bone," including best picture, actress (Jennifer Lawrence), supporting actor (John Hawkes) and adapted screenplay. Clearly all the talent on display in 2004's "Down to the Bone," which boosted the career of Vera ...

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    The Man Inside the Bird: Caroll Spinney and Filmmakers Look Back on 45 Years of 'Sesame Street'

    A new documentary examines the life of Caroll Spinney, who plays Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch on "Sesame Street."

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    Why David Michôd Steered Clear of Hollywood to Shoot 'The Rover' with Pearce and Pattinson (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

    After Oscar-nominated "Animal Kingdom" hit Hollywood, Australian director David Michod was the talk of the town, doing rounds of meetings and reading stacks of scripts. One day he told his agents: "I want to stop reading, I'm not getting any work done." That film, which debuted at Cannes as a midnig...

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    'The Rover' Cinematographer Talks Filming Pearce and Pattinson--"he's a natural" (VIDEO)

    The Rover," the Australian dystopian crime drama from director David Michod ("Animal Kingdom") is a fascinating cross between a western and neo-noir. And the pairing of Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson is an intense psychological study of abuser and enabler. For Argentinian cinematographer Natasha Br...

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    The Indiewire Springboard: Teen Actor Josh Wiggins Tears Up the Screen in 'Hellion' Opposite Aaron Paul

    Many teen actors would kill for the opportunity to act opposite Emmy winner Aaron Paul. 14-year-old Houston native Josh Wiggins got to do it on his very first feature film. In Kat Candler's "Hellion" (which opens in select theaters today and is currently available to watch on video-on-demand platfor...

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