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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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    The Biggest Indie Breakthroughs of 2013, So Far (Part 1)

    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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    Allison Janney on Playing a Motormouth in 'The Way, Way Back,' Her Upcoming CBS Sitcom 'Mom,' and What She Binge Watches

    Allison Janney, the perennial scene stealer still best known to this day for her four-time (!) Emmy wining performance as C.J. Cregg on "The West Wing," appears as a supporting player in the Sundance smash "The Way, Way Back" (in theaters this Friday), yet walks away with the film thanks to a feroci...

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    Review: 'The Way, Way Back' Cost Fox Searchlight $10 Million. Was It Worth It?

    If there's one positive result from distributor Fox Searchlight's decision at the Sundance Film Festival to pay nearly $10 million for "The Way, Way Back," it should be this: It will remind people about "Adventureland," a far superior movie about an awkward, frustrated teen spending his summer worki...

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    Trailer of the Week: Kathryn Hahn Adopts Juno Temple in Sexy, Funny Trailer for Sundance Winner 'Afternoon Delight'

    Before We Saw the Trailer, We Thought: A surprise winner at this year's Sundance Film Festival where it nabbed the Dramatic Directing Award, Jill Soloway's debut feature "Afternoon Delight" premiered late in the festival, garnering solid word of mouth for its off-kilter plot and strong ensemble, led...

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    Watch: 'Reno 911!' Guys Try To Do 'Scary Movie' Right in Their New Trailer for 'Hell Baby'

    Choosing to see a horror movie spoof is almost as risky as seeing a regular horror movie. The sheer number of films representing each genre is daunting enough, but the success rate is almost sickeningly low.

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    For Your Consideration: A Mid-Year Stab At The Oscar Race

    It's been roughly four months since Indiewire's coverage of the mammoth 2012-2013 awards season came to an end. Our For Your Consideration column has laid dormant ever since, its most recent edition an year-in-advance stab at what might become of the next awards season. But with the Venice Film Fest...

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    Trailer of the Week: See Why Miles Teller and Shailene Woodley Won Sundance Acting Honors in 'The Spectacular Now' Trailer

    "The Spectacular Now," James Ponsoldt's follow-up to "Smashed," emerged as one of the most acclaimed titles to play at this year's Sundance Film Festival, where it nabbed an acting award shared by both of the film's lead stars, Shailene Woodley and Miles Teller, and a hot buyer in A24 Pictures, the ...

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    '20 Feet From Stardom' Rising Star Judith Hill On Singing With Michael Jackson and Her Whirlwind Experience on NBC's 'The Voice'

    Morgan Neville's moving tribute to background singers, the documentary "20 Feet From Stardom," opened last Friday in select theaters and in turn brought a lot of overdue attention to the artists profiled in the film. While audiences for the most part are likely unfamiliar with the majority of singer...

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    Investigative Reporter Jeremy Scahill On Putting Himself Front and Center in 'Dirty Wars' and Dealing With Being Labeled an 'Al-Qaeda Lover'

    Post 9/11, war docs have become a mainstay on the indie film circuit. Angry, passionate, revelatory and provocative, these films -- like "Restrepo," "Fahrenheit 9/11" and "Armadillo" -- have changed how we view the war on terror. Richard Rowley's shocking "Dirty Wars" is the latest to do so.

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