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    Listen: Indiewire's Eric Kohn and Anne Thompson Debate 'Jersey Boys,' 'Boyhood,' the Telluride/Toronto Face-Off and More in 'Screen Talk'

    In the latest edition of "Screen Talk," Indiewire's new podcast, chief film critic Eric Kohn and Thompson on Hollywood's Anne Thompson delve into the results of our recent critics poll of the best movies released so far this year while anticipating one movie likely to show up on many critics' top 10...

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    As Fall Fests Loom, Distributors Must Choose Between Telluride and Toronto (UPDATE)

    The fabulously curated Telluride Film Festival has been on a roll of late. Founded forty years ago, the festival has been riding high on its prescient pre-Oscar bookings, from "Slumdog Millionaire" and 'The King's Speech" to "Argo." But last year, the combo of "12 Years a Slave" and "Gravity" broke ...

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    Strategic Partners Announces Project Exchange With Los Cabos / SP Application Deadline Fast Approaching

    Strategic Partners – Los Cabos Film Festival will be unveiling their first Co-production Forum (November 11 – 16, 2014) and a feature film project from this year's Strategic Partners will be invited to participate.

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    Toronto International Film Festival 2014

    The Toronto Sales Office folks, Justin Cutler and Christoph Straub and SydneysBuzz met and discussed changes for this upcoming Toronto International Film Festival to be held this September 4 - 14.

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    'Violette' by Martin Provost

    Violette , in French, subtitled in English, follows the strange and compelling story from the World War 2 years through the 1960s of trailblazing bisexual French feminist novelist Violette Leduc (Emmanuelle Devos, Kings and Queen) and her struggle to find her voice as a writer. Scarred by both a chi...

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    First Person: 'When Jews Were Funny' and Alan Zweig's Style of Personal Filmmaking

    Director Alan Zweig explains why he made the documentary "When Jews Were Funny" and how it's different than his previous personal documentaries.

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    'Proxy' Director Zack Parker on Playing with Audience Expectations and Conscious (and Unconscious) Influences

    Indiewire sat down with Parker to talk about his penchant for slow-burning tension, his influences, and how he planned to subvert audience expectations.

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    10 Films Not Heading To Cannes (But Sure To Hit Venice and/or Toronto)

    The 2014 Cannes Film Festival lineup is out, and while it certainly includes enough highly anticipated films to fulfill any cinephile's dreams between now and the festival's May 14th kick-off, there were a few films that didn't end up making the cut -- some bigger surprises than others.

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