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    The 30 Highest Grossing Indies of 2013

    Here's a chart of 2013's twenty-five highest grossing films tracked by Indiewire's box office charts, as of October 28, 2013. The list will be updated on a weekly basis.

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    Indiewire's Mid-Year Box Office Report: 'Mud' and 'Pines' Lead A Strong Year So Far

    Last summer, when Indiewire reported on the indie box office for the first half of 2012, we saw a hopeful turn in comparison to the year prior. A year later, it seems reasonable to suggest that trend has held and that all is generally healthy at the specialty box office so far in 2013.

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    What to Buy/Rent on DVD/Blu-ray This Week: 'Stoker,' 'Rectify,' 'Quartet' and More

    VOD is all the rage right now, and for good reason (check out of June VOD list). But while it's gratifying to know that you can watch pretty much anything with the simple click of a button, there's something comforting about tearing into a DVD/Blu-ray case and popping the disc into your player. That...

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    Indie Box Office Quarterly: The Winners and Losers of 2013 So Far

    The first quarter of 2013 has come and gone, and it's unlikely to have left too many film studio execs in good moods. The overall box office is down 13% from last year, with "Oz: The Great and Powerful" and "Identity Thief" the only new films to break the $100 million mark (though "The Croods" and "...

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    What Are You Seeing This Weekend? 'Gangster Squad' & 'A Haunted House' Headline In Theaters

    There really is no rest for the wicked. Blood and brain matter, lechery, and crude allusion spew out of this weekend's cinematic lineup by the gallon. There's gangster genre violence, imitative violence, monster violence, violence against children, bullying violence, historical violence, and the vio...

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    Review: Dustin Hoffman's 'Quartet' Is An Amiable, Harmless Showcase For Brit Acting Talent

    Dustin Hoffman has taken 45 years as both one of our most acclaimed actors, and as a major box office draw, to step behind the camera. In fact, that's not strictly true; Hoffman was the original director of his terminally underrated 1978 crime picture "Straight Time," but struck by indecisiveness ea...

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    Criticwire Picks: "Flight" Benefits From Fresh Headwind

    Each week, this column takes a look at the way critics in our Criticwire network has been responding to upcoming releases. We've tweaked the format somewhat to go along with our new design, but as always, the column aims to sift through various reactions to give you an idea of your latest movie opti...

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    Watch: Trailer For Dustin Hoffman's Directorial Debut 'Quartet'

    It may have already played at TIFF and the LFF amongst others, but Dustin Hoffman’s directorial debut “Quartet” will be hitting theaters on December 28th and now a trailer for the film has arrived online which you can watch below.

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    Watch: Trailer for Dustin Hoffman's Directorial Debut 'Quartet' (VIDEO)

    The Weinstein Co. has officially released a trailer for Dustin Hoffman's directorial debut, "Quartet," which stars Maggie Smith, Billy Connolly, Tom Courtenay and Michael Gambon as residents of a retirement home for musicians. The comedy had its world premiere at the Toronto Interna...

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    New Photos Of Feelgood U.K. Cinema: 'Song For Marion' Starring Gemma Arterton & Dustin Hoffman-Directed 'Quartet'

    Looking for a couple of movies that will warm your heart and not tax your brain? Well, the ever reliable U.K. film industry has a couple of easy to digest, not too difficult movies that go down nice and smooth and there are some pics from both.

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