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    The Amazing Race: Our Predictions For The 2012 Spirit Awards

    This weekend isn't just about the Oscars, for the record. Saturday night, as is traditional, sees the warm-up for the big show with the 2012 Spirit Awards, Film Independent's antidote to the Academy Awards, intended to honor the best of independent cinema. With recent winners of the top prize includ...

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    (PDATED!) Watch Sean Durkin's 'Mary Last Seen' Short

    Updated 7:00PM EST: You can now view the film! Grab your redemption code and go here to watch it.

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    (UPDATED!) Live From Lincoln Center: Sean Durkin Answers Your Questions and Screens His Prequel to 'Martha'

    Updated 7:00PM EST: You can now view the film! Grab your redemption code and go here to watch it. Updated 6:30PM EST: Live streaming of the event will begin in just 30 minutes right below. See below video for details on how to participate and view the film. For those of you who have already ...

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    Join Indiewire at Lincoln Center to See What Inspired Sundance Breakout 'Martha Marcy May Marlene' and Meet the Filmmakers

    If you're in New York and want to see the film that inspired Sundance breakout "Martha Marcy May Marlene" that made a star out of Elizabeth Olsen, then come to the Film Society of Lincoln Center on Monday, February 20 for a special talk hosted by the Indiewire and The Playlist. "M...

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    Sean Durkin's 'Mary Last Seen' Short Screens For Free On February 20th In New York

    First time feature-length filmmaker Sean Durkin made a huge splash last year with his haunting Sundance debut “Martha Marcy May Marlene.” About a damaged woman who struggles to re-assimilate into her family after fleeing an abusive cult, the poignant drama instantly placed Durkin and lea...

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    From 'Drive' To 'Melancholia,' Here's Why 2011 Marked a Shift In the History of Cinematography

    The first movie I saw in theaters in 2011, aside from a couple of press screenings, was "Hugo." Yes, that's correct: I went nearly 11 months without bothering to see a new release. The reason? Honestly, there was nothing I felt couldn't wait until the DVD release.

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    From 'The Tree of Life' to 'The Color Wheel,' Winners React to Topping the Indiewire Poll

    In the wake of Monday's announcement about the winners of Indiewire's year-end poll, several people responsible for films at the top of various lists provided reactions to the news.

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    From Bloody Murders To Bridesmaid Speeches: The 25 Best Movie Moments Of 2011

    The great Howard Hawks once famously said that what makes a good film is "three great scenes, and no bad ones." While we'd argue that that's not an absolute hard-and-fast rule, he wasn't far off. With 2011 providing a number of above-average films, there've been plenty of m...

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    For Your Consideration: We Need To Talk About Women In This Year's Oscar Race

    Last year around this time, we published an article highlighting "the year of the actress." 2010 was an exceptional year for female performances both from the U.S. and around the world. From Natalie Portman in "Black Swan" and Lesley Manville in "Another Year" to Julian...

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    2011's Breakthrough Performances: Indiewire's Interviews with the Gotham Nominees

    Every year, the Gotham Awards nominate five up-and-coming actors for their breakthrough performances from the year's indie films. Here are Indiewire's interviews with all five nominees, each of which were previously published as part of our FUTURES column for hot new talent.

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