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    What’s Next about Next: Sundance

    Making a part of the Sundance Film Festival a part of the festival tapestry in L.A. is a natural “next” step, in line with festivals’ growth patterns worldwide.

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    Watch: Robert Redford Fights for Survival Alone at Sea in Riveting 'All Is Lost' Trailer

    Robert Redford walked away from this year's Cannes Film Festival with some of the best notices of his career, not for his directing, but for his acting in "All is Lost," "Margin Call" writer-director J.C. Chandor's follow-up to his Oscar-nominated debut. The film played out of competition, so Redfor...

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    The 10 Indies to Watch on VOD This August: 'The Canyons,' 'Lovelace,' 'Ain't Them Bodies Saints' and More

    With summer soon coming to an end, what better to do during this last hot month than stay inside a cool air conditioned space and catch up on some must see indies available on VOD? To help you figure out what to watch, we've compiled a list of the 10 best indies to watch on VOD this month. Click on...

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    Strand Releasing Picks Up Cannes Winner 'The Missing Picture'

    Strand Releasing announced today it has acquired U.S. Rights to "The Missing Picture," Rithy Panh's documentary that took home the top prize in Cannes' Un Certain Regard program this past May. The company is planning for a spring 2014 release, and hopes to place the film in various festivals this fa...

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    Kristin Scott Thomas on the Meaning of 'Bitch' and Going For Broke in 'Only God Forgives'

    "She has no problem turning on the bitch switch," Nicolas Winding Refn said of Kristin Scott Thomas at Cannes earlier this year where his latest "Only God Forgives" world premiered in competition (it comes out in theaters and on VOD this Friday). No kidding.

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    Sexy Cannes Winner 'Blue Is The Warmest Color' Set For Fall Release (But It Won't Get a Foreign Language Oscar Nod)

    Sundance Selects has set an October 25th release date for Abdellatif Kechiche's Palme d'Or winning lesbian romance "Blue Is The Warmest Color," but it won't be met with hopes for a foreign language Oscar bid.

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    Interview: Ryan Gosling On Not Understanding All of 'Only God Forgives' and How He's 'Highly Influenced By Violence'

    Nicolas Winding Refn is back in theaters (and on VOD) this Friday with "Only God Forgives," his second film to star his "Drive" muse and good buddy Ryan Gosling as another largely silent and morally corrupt protagonist in a film as equally violent as its wildly popular predecessor. Set in Bangkok, t...

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    Octavia Spencer On Why 'Fruitvale Station' is the 'Biggest Movie' She's Ever Done and Going Indie After Winning Her Oscar

    Since winning her Oscar for her scene-stealing turn as the feisty Minny Jackson in the box-office juggernaut "The Help," Octavia Spencer has distanced herself from studio fare to focus on films than mean a great deal to her. In James Ponsoldt's affecting indie "Smashed" she played a recovering alcoh...

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    The Biggest Indie Breakthroughs of 2013, So Far (The Complete List)

    It's been just over six months since we said goodbye to 2012 and hello to 2013, and already we've seen a slew of promising indie talent breakthrough in big ways thanks to the Sundance, SXSW and Tribeca film festivals (among many others), and theatrical releases that caught on with the movie-going pu...

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    The Biggest Indie Breakthroughs of 2013, So Far (Part 2)

    It's been just over six months since we said goodbye to 2012 and hello to 2013, and already we've seen a slew of promising indie talent breakthrough in big ways thanks to the Sundance, SXSW and Tribeca film festivals (among many others), and theatrical releases that caught on with the movie-going pu...

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