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    Why 'The Raid' Tops Indiewire's 6 DVD/Blu-ray Picks This Week

    This week on DVD and Blu-ray: the foreign action film that puts its American counterparts to shame; one of the most gruesome films ever to come out of Australia; Ben Wheatley's critically acclaimed follow up to "Down Terrace"; a Cuban zombie blast; a black-and-white vampire oldie; and a harrowing fi...

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    FUTURES: 'The Snowtown Murders' Director Goes Home To Tell a Grisly True Story

    Why He's On Our Radar: Australian filmmaker Justin Kurzel didn't hold back with his feature directorial debut "The Snowtown Murders," a grisly true account of one of the worst serial killer cases in the country's history. Kurzel's no-holds-barred approach paid off. The film opens this Friday via IF...

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    Does "The Snowtown Murders" Get a Little Too Personal With Killer Rage?

    The 1999 serial murders that took place in a sleepy town in Southern Australian don't just provide the inspiration for "The Snowtown Murders," Justin Kurzel's nightmarish directorial debut. The movie embodies the murdering process with undeniably frightening results that call the f...

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    'Out of Bounds' Takes Golden Star Grand Prize in Marrakech

    Frederikke Aspöck's "Out of Bounds" snagged the Golden Star grand prize at the Marrakech International Film Festival this weekend.

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    Toronto Announces Midnight Madness, City To City, Vanguard and TIFF Kids Programs

    The Toronto International Film Festival added over 50 new titles to its lineup this morning, including films in its Midnight Madness, Vanguard, City to City and TIFF Kids programs.

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    IFC Midnight Takes North American Rights to "Snowtown" at Cannes

    IFC Midnight today took North American rights to the psychological thriller "Snowtown" in Cannes. The film marks the directorial debut of Australian filmmaker Justin Kurzel.

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