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    IFC Films to Distribute Kristen Stewart Guantanamo Bay Drama 'Camp X-Ray'

    IFC Films has announced that they will distribute Peter Sattler's "Camp X-Ray" throughout North America. The film, which stars Kristen Stewart as a rookie guard at Guantanamo Bay and Peyman Moaadi ("A Separation") as a detainee she develops a friendship with, debuted at Sundance this year in the U.S...

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    Exclusive! Watch the First Five Minutes of 'A Case of You' Starring Justin Long and Evan Rachel Wood

    In the age of Facebook, the quest for love is complex. That's the premise of "A Case of You,"a romantic comedy (unrelated to the Joni Mitchell ballad) about a writer who subscribes to the "likes" of his love interest.

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    Sundance: IFC Films Acquires Jim Mickle's 'Cold in July' Starring Michael C. Hall

    IFC Films has acquired North American rights to Jim Mickle's Sundance thriller "Cold in July," starring Michael C. Hall, Don Johnson and Sam Shepard. The Dramatic Competition contender will open in theaters and on VOD this summer. The film marks Mickle's follow-up to his acclaimed remake of "We Are...

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    Watch: A Woman Gets Invited to a Kinky Housewarming Party in Exclusive 'White Reindeer' Scene

    With Zach Clarke's "White Reindeer" opening in select theaters today (it's also available on VOD), Indiewire is pleased to exclusively premiere a scene from the dark comedy.

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    Review: 'White Reindeer' Is a Sad, Subversive Christmas Tale, But Not Devoid of Warmth

    Zach Clark delivers a solemn twist on the holiday movie formula that simultaneously inhabits the genre and turns it inside out.

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    Parents Television Council Threatens to Make IFC Center's Decision to Allow Teens Into NC-17 Rated 'Blue' a 'National Issue'

    It was only a matter of time before the Parents Television Council, a non-partisan educational organization that advocates for "responsible entertainment," addressed New York's IFC Center's decision to admit teens to the NC-17 rated Palme d'Or winner "Blue is the Warmest Color."

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    IFC Center Will Admit High Schoolers to NC-17 Rated 'Blue is the Warmest Color'

    Abdellatif Kechiche's racy Palme d'Or winner "Blue is the Warmest Color" is, unsurprisingly, rated NC-17 for its frank (and lengthy) depictions of lesbian sex between a teenager (Adèle Exarchopoulos) and her older lover (Lea Seydoux), but that won't stop New York's IFC Center from admitting teenager...

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    IFC Midnight Acquires Rights to Zachary Donohue's High-tech Horror 'The Den'

    IFC Midnight, the genre arm of IFC Films, announced today that it has acquired U.S. rights to Zachary Donohue's debut film, "The Den." Co-written by Donohue and Lauren Thompson, the film stars Melanie Papalia, David Schlachtenhaufen, Adam Shapiro and Matt Riedy. "The Den" follows a young woman, who,...

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