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    Watch: How 'Canopy' Director Aaron Wilson Pulled Off a Night Scene in the Middle of a Tropical Storm

    Director Aaron Wilson explains, in his own words, how he shot a specific scene for his film "Canopy." Check out the scene and then read his detailed account below. "Canopy" opens in New York today.

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    Watch as Seth Rogen Tells Producers to Never Give Up if They Have a Good Story

    Video at the Produced By Conference this past June. Outgoing Producers Guild Co-President Mark Gordon led a panel with Seth Rogen, his partner Evan Goldberg. While many reporters and bloggers exploited Rogen and Goldberg's comments, aspiring producers instead found great tips on getting ahead and se...

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    How 'Girl on a Bicycle' Director Juggled Four Languages in One 2-Minute Scene

    Writer-director Jeremy Leven shares a scene from his new film "Girl on a Bicycle," as well as insight into the complexities of editing a multi-lingual film. The film opens in select theaters this Valentine's Day.

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    Leland Orser Shares the Scene That Scares Him Most From His Debut 'Morning,' Starring Laura Linney and Jeanne Tripplehorn

    Actor Leland Orser ("Se7en," TV's "Scandal") makes his directorial debut with the tender drama "Morning," starring his wife Jeanne Tripplehorn, and Laura Linney. Below, Orser shares a scene from his film, which is currently playing in select theaters. The film centers on the five days in the life of...

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    Matt Porterfield Shares a Scene From His Award-Winning 'I Used To Be Darker,' Featuring Palme d'Or Winner Adèle Exarchopoulos

    Matt Porterfield is back following his critically acclaimed sophomore feature "Putty Hill," with the affecting drama "I Used to Be Darker," which premiered at Sundance this year before playing at Berlin and winning Best Narrative Feature at the Atlanta Film Festival. The Baltimore-set film stars Kim...

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    In His Own Words: 'GMO OMG' Filmmaker Shares a Dreamy Scene From His Bracing Food Documentary

    Director Jeremy Seifert's agriculture documentary "GMO OMG" follows Seifert (director of the 2010 short "Dive!"), who in the aftermath of the 2010 Haitian earthquake decided to explore why the people of Haiti burned 475 tons of seeds donated by the agricultural corporation Monsanto. The film's focu...

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    In His Own Words: Sundance NEXT Winner Chad Hartigan Shares a Scene From 'This is Martin Bonner'

    Writer/director Chad Hartigan's second feature (after 2008's "Luke and Brie are on a First Date") "This is Martin Bonner" received plenty of attention at Sundance this year, where it won the Audience Award for Best of NEXT.

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    'Absence' Director Jimmy Loweree Defends Found Footage Horror and Explains Why It's Here to Stay

    In Jimmy Loweree’s striking horror feature debut "Absence," doctors are baffled when a young expectant mother Liz (Erin Way, "Alphas"), wakes to find her nearly-to-term pregnancy disappear overnight. The police are investigating the situation as a missing child case and only her husband, Rick (Eric ...

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    Slamdance Co-Founder Dan Mirvish Takes You Behind the Scenes of 'Between Us' Starring Julia Stiles and Taye Diggs

    Below, Slamdance Film Festival co-founder Dan Mirvish shares a scene from his indie "Between Us," currently out in select theaters, and starring Julia Stiles, Melissa George, David Harbour and Taye Diggs. Go here for the trailer.

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    'The Attack' Director Ziad Doueiri Shares an Exclusive Scene From His Intense Drama, Based on the Best-Selling Novel by Yasmina Khadra

    Winner of two awards at San Sebastian, Ziad Doueiri's "The Attack," based on the bestselling novel by Yasmina Khadra, opens in theaters on June 21 from Cohen Media Group. Below, Doueiri shares one of his favorite sequences from the film.

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