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    This Week's Indies: Hector Searches For Happiness, Mia Makes Tracks and Justin Long Sings 'I Am The Walrus'.

    Well it's certainly an interesting assortment of indie titles this week. There's a psychiatrist turned globe trekker, a rock legend's 20,000th day on earth, Drew Barrymore's ex with walrus tusks and a trip across the Australian outback. Something for everyone (hopefully).

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    12 Films To See In September

    Do you hear that sound? No, it’s not studio bean counters digging in their office couches for a few extra quarters, wondering what happened to their box office this summer. One of the slowest seasons at theaters in quite some time—despite it being a pretty strong one in terms of quality—has come to ...

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    September 2014 Film Preview

    Films about mental illness, vampiric teachers, style icons over age 60, and 1700-mile treks with only four camels and a dog for company.

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    Weinstein Co. Awards Plans Come Into Focus: What Are Their Oscar Frontrunners?

    Dating a film says a lot about a distributor's plans. So the later the film comes out--in the thick of the most congested season of the year-- the more willing the company is to step up and promote. It means they have skin in the Oscar game. There's no other reason to put out a limited-release movie...

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    Summer Box Office Preview: 10 Indie Films With Breakout Potential

    What might be this summer's "Blue Jasmine"? There's certainly a lot to choose from, though it's notably much harder to predict what indies might break out as opposed to say, how much a superhero film will gross.

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    Weinstein Release Calendar Reveals Awards Itinerary, But Don't Place Any Bets Just Yet

    The Weinstein Company has announced Fall release dates for three of the most anticipated films on the 2014 docket, all of which have been strategically placed in the thick of awards season. But is the calendar written in ink? Don't bet on it.

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    The 10 Indie Films You Must See This May

    Here are 10 indies you should check out this May...

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    Mia Wasikowska and Adam Driver Make Love Among the Outback in New 'Tracks' Poster

    Though Venice Film Festival favorite "Tracks" won't be hitting theaters until May 23, get a taste of the wilds of the outback with a new poster for the film starring Mia Wasikowska and Adam Driver.

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    Trailer Watch: Mia Wasikowska in New Tracks Video

    Wasikowska travels 2000 miles across the Australian desert by camel.

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