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    How the Director of ‘Escape From Tomorrow’ Made a Crazy Guerrilla Movie In Disney World – And Got Away With It 

    If you heard about “Escape From Tomorrow” after the dark comedy/horror became one of the most talked about films at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, then you also probably know a few key facts: that it was shot in a guerilla-style manner at Walt Disney World and Disneyland without the permission ...

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    'Escape From Tomorrow' Will Ensure You'll Never See Disney World the Same Way Again

    A labyrinthine descent into the grotesque extremes of a Disneyfied society, "Escape From Tomorrow" is surreal for many reasons and wholly original because of them. It's also a daring attempt to literally assail Disney World from the inside out.

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    Adam Scott Talks Being an 'A.C.O.D.,' Playing Jerks and Taking Left Turns

    For decades Adam Scott has successfully played bad boys, historical figures, jerks and nice guys in both television and film. Days before the premiere of "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" at the New York Film Festival, where Scott plays yet another jerk, he sat down with Indiewire to discuss his lea...

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    Watch: America's Christian Right Embarks on a Radical Campaign in Exclusive 'God Loves Uganda' Trailer

    One of the most powerful documentaries to play at this year's Sundance Film Festival, Roger Ross Williams' "God Loves Uganda," finally opens in select markets October 11, and Indiewire has the exclusive first trailer for the film.

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    David Sedaris On The First Film Adaptation of His Work: "It was painful to be reminded of how pretentious and horrible I was."

    Kyle Patrick Alvarez's "C.O.G." is opening in theaters this wekeend, officially giving it the distinction of being the first cinematic adaptation of a work by beloved essayist and humorist David Sedaris.

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    Trailer of the Week: A Lesbian Housewife Leads a Sexy Double Life in 'Concussion'

    Before We Saw the Trailer, We Thought: Critically praised at Sundance earlier this year where it world premiered, Stacie Passon's hot blooded debut "Concussion" attracted a fair bit of attention for its lesbian sex scenes and provocative subject matter. The film failed to net an award at the fest, ...

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    Exclusive: 'A Teacher' Flirts With Her Hot Male Student in Scene From Racy Indie

    Lindsay Burdge plays an attractive suburban Texas high school teacher engaged in a heated affair with a male student (Will Brittain).

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    Sundance Winner Jill Soloway On Getting Messy With 'Afternoon Delight' and Why TV Doesn't Differ That Much From Film

    Jill Soloway, a well known producer for hit HBO shows like "Six Feet Under" and "United States of Tara," made a splash at Sundance this year where her feature directorial debut, the racy and provocative dramedy "Afternoon Delight," won her the Dramatic Directing Award over some tough competition.

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    Exclusive Video: Jane Lynch, Josh Radnor, Kathryn Hahn and Juno Temple Discuss 'Afternoon Delight' With Indiewire

    Jill Soloway's debut feature "Afternoon Delight" premiered late at this year's Sundance Film Festival and was a surprise winner for the Dramatic Directing Award, garnering solid word of mouth for its off-kilter plot and strong ensemble, led by the underutilized-until-now Kathryn Hahn, in her first l...

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    Watch: Robin Wright Beds Her Best Friend's Son in a NSFW 'Adore' Clip

    The subject of much derision at this year's Sundance Film Festival, Anne Fontaine's English language debut "Adore" (previously titled "Two Mothers") features a premise that's sure to raise more than a few eyebrows.

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