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    'A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night' Review: Must-See Iranian Vampire Noir

    A strong, exciting voice that emerged from this past Sundance was Ana Lily Amirpour, who brought to the Park City festival what could very well be the first Iranian vampire film, “A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night.” After opening the 2014 New Directors/New Films Festival, the film will be released by...

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    The Indiewire Springboard: 'The Babadook' Writer-Director Jennifer Kent on Telling Horror Stories from a Female Perspective

    Horror fans, meet your new savior. No film in this year's Midnight section at the Sundance Film Festival was more celebrated than Jennifer Kent's debut feature "The Babadook," a horror that centers on a single mother and her troubled young son's battle with the titular monster that's haunting their ...

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    New Directors/New Films Review: Radical, Thrilling 'The Strange Color Of Your Body's Tears'

    Some movies are watched. “The Strange Color Of Your Body's Tears” is a movie you live inside. This new film from directors Helene Cattet and Bruno Forzani touches you repeatedly, inappropriately, from the front and, delightfully, from the rear. To synopsize the film is folly, though it will be fun t...

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    New Directors/New Films Review: Quiet, Introspective And Surprising 'Buzzard'

    It's hard to look away from the face of Joshua Burge: his bug eyes recall Peter Lorre in their constant vigilant paranoia. But his angular femininity that comes from his soft mouth and sleek cheekbones suggest an approachability that contrasts with the sharpness of his more intimidating features. He...

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    Are These the Next Master Filmmakers From Around the World? Lessons From New Directors/New Films

    The program provided a broad international survey of international cinema that's anything but consistent. And that's part of the reason why this was one of its strongest editions in recent memory.

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    The Indiewire Springboard: Joel Potrykus Makes Weird Little Movies In Michigan. Now He’s Fielding Offers From Hollywood. What’s Next?

    Every Friday, Indiewire's new Springboard column will profile an up-and-comer in the indie world who made a mark that deserves your attention. Select profiles will include photography by Daniel Bergeron, exclusive to Indiewire. Today we look at writer-director Joel Potrykus.

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    ND/NF Review: 'Salvation Army' Falls Short of Expectations

    It's hard to pinpoint exactly where director Abdellah Taia's Salvation Army goes wrong, mostly because it had so much going for it to begin with.

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    New Directors/New Films: Comedy, Tragedy and Squeamishness in Iceland's Delightful 'Of Horses and Men'

    When director Benedikt Erlingsson concluded his introduction Monday night with a cheery “Bon appétit,” the audience at Lincoln Center’s Walter Reade Theater said, “Ruh roh.” The movie, after all, is called “Of Horses and Men.” Thankfully, the movie’s Icelandic, not French. Still -- to what culinary ...

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    ND/NF Women Directors: Meet Jessica Oreck

    "I knew I wanted to keep making films about ethnobiology."

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