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    In His Own Words | David M. Rosenthal Shares a Scene From "Janie Jones," Starring Abigail Breslin

    Below director/writer David M. Rosenthal ("See This Movie") shares a scene from his personally inspired father-daughter rock film "Janie Jones," starring Abigail Breslin, Alessandro Nivola and Elisabeth Shue. The Tribeca Film release opens in limited release October 28.

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    In Their Own Words | "The Swell Season" Co-Directors Share a Scene From Their "Once" Doc

    Fans of "Once" will no doubt be curious to check out "The Swell Season," a documentary that offers a candid behind-the-scenes look at the real-life couple behind the film's Oscar-winning music. Below co-directors Nick August-Perna, Chris Dapkins and Carlo Mirabella-Davis share an exclusive scene fro...

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    In Her Own Words: Ami Canaan Mann Shares a Scene From Her Debut, "Texas Killing Fields"

    "Texas Killing Fields" is a film inspired by the phenomenon of crime that has occurred just outside Texas City, Texas since 1969 – 50-some bodies have been found dumped in various scrub brush tracts along I-45. Some prostitutes, some children, some mothers, some men. Most of them victims of sexual a...

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    In His Own Words | Jim Loach Shares a Scene From "Oranges and Sunshine" Starring Emily Watson

    Below first-time feature filmmaker Jim Loach (son of Ken Loach) shares an exclusive scene from "Oranges and Sunshine," his drama starring Emily Watson and Hugo Weaving. The film opens in limited release Friday, October 21.

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    In His Own Words | Dennis Lee Shares a Scene From "Fireflies in the Garden" Starring Julia Roberts

    Below director Dennis Lee shares one of his favorite scenes from his debut feature "Fireflies in the Garden," starring Ryan Reynolds, Julia Roberts, Willem Dafoe and Emily Watson. The film opens in limited release Friday, October 14.

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    In His Own Words: Darryl Roberts Shares a Scene From His Obesity Doc "America the Beautiful 2"

    Below director Darryl Roberts opens up about the genesis of his obesity doc "America the Beautiful 2: The Thin Commandments," his follow-up to "America the Beautiful," which examined the nation's obsession with beauty. Also included is an exclusive scene from the film, which opens at New York's Quad...

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    VIDEO | "The Way" star Martin Sheen: "God forgive me for playing a Republican!"

    Below, Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez talk making "The Way" with indieWIRE in Toronto during the '11 edition of the festival. This article was originally published during indieWIRE's coverage of the '11 festival where "The Way" first world premiered. Included below is a just-released video from the...

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    In His Own Words | Jeff Phillips Shares a Scene From His Social Networking Teen Drama "@urFRENZ"

    Below director-writer Jeff Phillips shares a scene from his social networking teen thriller "@urFRENZ." The film is currently available On Demand. Go here to find out how to watch it.

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    In His Own Words | "Finding Joe" Director Shares a Scene From His Joseph Campbell Doc

    Below director Patrick Takaya Solomon shares a scene from his documentary "Finding Joe," a film that delves into the studies of famed philosopher-mythologist Joseph Campbell. "Finding Joe" opens in limited release this Friday, September 30 through Balcony Releasing.

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    In Her Own Words | Margaret Whitton Shares a Scene From "A Bird of the Air"

    Below director Margaret Whitton shares a scene from her feature directorial debut, "A Bird of the Air." The romantic dramedy comes out in limited release this Friday, September 23.

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