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    RADiUS Acquires Mark Duplass Thriller 'Creep' and Its Planned Two Sequels

    RADiUS-TWC has partnered with the Duplass Brothers and Blumhouse Productions (the company behind the "Paranormal Activity," "Purge" and "Insidious" movies) to distribute the SXSW thriller "Creep," and its planned two sequels. The first installment stars and was co-written by Mark Duplass. His co-wri...

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    Enter to Win a Gorgeous 'Enemy' Poster, Signed by Director Denis Villeneuve

    With Denis Villeneuve's new thriller "Enemy" out in theaters and available on VOD, Indiewire is offering you the chance to possibly take home an alt poster for the film, signed by the Oscar-nominated filmmaker behind "Incendies" and last year's "Prisoners."

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    Jake Gyllenhaal On His Evolution As An Actor and Why He Feels More 'Alive' Than Ever

    There's no denying Jake Gyllenhaal is a heartthrob, but meeting the actor in person, it's also clear that the 33-year-old is first and foremost an artist. It's evident in his recent choice of roles, and in the passionate and thoughtful way he speaks about his craft.

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    A Southerner's Defense of Bayou Gothic 'True Detective'

    Emily Nussbaum may be my favorite critic working today -- her New Yorker column is my North Star of trusted opinion in the televisual wilderness. But she gets "True Detective" wrong, wrong, wrong.

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    Crispin Glover on Playing With His Public Persona and How He Goes About Forming His Oddball Characters

    There was no one quite like Crispin Glover when he broke out onto the scene in 1986's award-winning "River's Edge" -- and the same rings true today.

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    Too Insane To Ignore: Marjane Satrapi On Her Fascinating Sundance Horror-Comedy 'The Voices'

    Naturally charming and sporting a fantastically dry sense of humor, Iranian-born French filmmaker Marjane Satrapi seems to have the perfect set of sensitivities and artistic vision to make a film like "The Voices". Starring Ryan Reynolds in one of the best performances he has ever delivered, the fil...

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    Watch: New Trailer for John Sayles' 'Go For Sisters'

    Independent filmmaker John Sayles returns to crime thriller territory with his upcoming film "Go For Sisters." Check out the new trailer.

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    Review: 'Captain Phillips,' Starring Tom Hanks And Directed By Paul Greengrass, Is a Proficient Thriller With a Sly Political Agenda

    The saga of Captain Richard Phillips, the Massachusetts seafarer kidnapped by four Somali pirates during a routine cargo ship gig in 2009, took place under media scrutiny and played out like a high seas suspense movie unfolding in real time. Plans for a feature-length adaptation were inevitable as s...

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    Elijah Wood and Eugenio Mira Talk About Their Musician Thriller 'Grand Piano' And the Appeal of Making Movies Outside Hollywood

    After stints on a variety of projects as camera operator, assistant director, writer, composer, producer and director, Eugenio Mira's third feature, "Grand Piano," utilizes all of his skills simultaneously. The director and star Elijah Wood discuss their process and expectations for the future.

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