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    Maryland Film Festival Releases First Dozen Films From This Year's Lineup

    In anticipation of its 15th annual iteration taking place May 8-12, the Maryland Film Festival has unveiled the first batch of films from this year's lineup, expanding its run to five days and including over 50 feature films and 10 short-film programs.

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    14 Films We've Already Reviewed at SXSW 2013

    Indiewire is heading down to Austin today for the kickoff of 2013's SXSW Film Festival, which starts today and goes until Saturday, March 16th. While we've already chronicled ten films that we can't wait to see for the first time, the packed slate of exciting films also brings a ton of already estab...

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    Watch: Wonderfully Weird Teaser Trailer For Andrew Bujalski's Sundance Award Winning 'Computer Chess'

    With his previous effort nearly five years behind him, news regarding any future Andrew Bujalski projects had been scant to say the least. The indie filmmaker, who’s been given the dubious distinction as being called “the godfather of mumblecore,” is finally back in the limelight w...

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    SXSW 2013 Line Up Adds 'Before Midnight,' Joss Whedon' 'Much Ado About Nothing,' Sundance Hits & More

    Put on the extra-loose pants and get ready for some BBQ. Austin is fixing to welcome the cinematic world in March with the SXSW Film Festival, and today they've dropped their full slate of features. And adding to a line up that already includes "Evil Dead," "Spring Breakers" and "The Incredible Burt...

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    'Fruitvale' Takes Grand Jury & Audience Award Prizes At Sundance Film Festival

    ...and just like that, the Sundance Film Festival has closed for another year, and tonight at Park City, the awards were handed out with one hotly buzzed film taking two major titles.

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    New Images From 'A Single Shot' With Sam Rockwell & William H. Macy, Film Added To Berlin Film Festival Lineup

    Here's the thing about film festival season. While it brings with it numerous high-profile titles that bloggers and movie fans have been following since day one, there is also a handful of strong movies we simply forgot about. Case in point: "A Single Shot." The long-developing picture...

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    Sundance 2013: 5 Exclusive Animated GIFs From Andrew Bujalski's 'Computer Chess'

    Writer-director Andrew Bujalski is making his first trip to the Sundance Film Festival this month, with his NEXT <=> section comedy “Computer Chess.” The film will have its world premiere Jan. 21, at 5:30 pm at the Library Center Theatre, and Indiewire has some exclusive clips from...

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    Meet the 2013 Sundance Filmmakers #23: Andrew Bujalski Captures the Dawn of the Digital Age in 'Computer Chess'

    Harvard film grad Andrew Bujalski wrote and directed "Funny Ha Ha," "Mutual Appreciation" and "Beeswax," all of which have appeared on the New York Times’s “Best of the Year” lists. He's in Sundance this year with his NEXT entry, "Computer Chess."

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    Andrew Bujalski Crowd-Funding His Next Film, The 1980s-Set 'Computer Chess'

    Though he's cited as the "godfather" of the mumblecore movement, very rarely will you hear the films of Andrew Bujalski being discussed or written about. The Bostonian's three fantastic, cream-of-the-crop features unfortunately get the short straw when it comes to conversation and respect; instead, film critics spend time writing overwrought dissertations on third-rate mumblies or one of the twelve Joe Swanberg movies that are in production per season. In 2009, the filmmaker dropped "Beeswax," a quiet yet oddly tense story about twin sisters, one of which is getting wrapped up in legal troubles. Unlike his brood, Bujalski has the patience to ...

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