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    The Top 10 Movies Starring Kids, According to the Directors of 'I Declare War'

    Drafthouse Films' latest "I Declare War" is an all-out action film sure to appeal to lovers of the genre. The twist? The characters are all 12-year-old kids. With the film opening in theaters this Friday, August 30th (it's also currently available on iTunes and VOD), we asked the filmmakers, Jason L...

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    Catch Up On Last Week's *Hot* Shadow & Act Posts Before The New Week Begins...

    As you settle in this Sunday evening, after what I hope was a wonderful weekend, why not get caught up on (or revisit) last week's 5 most popular S&A posts? Popular as in posts published last week, with lots of activity in terms of comments, Facebook *likes*, Facebook *shares*, Twitter tweets, a...

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    Where Is Black Film Today? This Chart Showing Annual Number Of Black Films Released May Help

    A second tease. I know, you hate teases. Just bear with me. Your patience will be rewarded!

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    Here Are Indiewire's Top 10 Articles of the Week: Amanda Seyfried Talks 'Lovelace,' 'Her,' The Heroines of Cinema and More

    Republished for this week's release of "Lovelace," our interview with actress Amanda Seyfried was the highest viewed article of the week, as the actress discussed portraying the film's pornstar subject following the film's Sundance premiere. Elsewhere, in a follow up to last month's "Heroines of Cin...

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    Here Are Indiewire's Top 10 Articles of the Week: Heroines of Cinema, 'The Canyons,' 'American Hustle' and More

    Even as Toronto continued to add to its 2013 lineup and anticipation of the final season of "Breaking Bad" reached a fever pitch, the week seemed to belong largely to Paul Shrader and Bret Easton Ellis, whose controversial Hollywood-set drama "The Canyons" finally premiered after months of bad publi...

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    The 7 Films You Must See This August

    August is here and about to offer quite the selection to movie-goers, and not just if you're into superheroes and sequels. As the final monthly extension of our summer movie preview, Indiewire is offering another summer indie "must-see" lists to make cinematic decision-making as easy as possib...

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    The 10 Indies to Watch on VOD This August: 'The Canyons,' 'Lovelace,' 'Ain't Them Bodies Saints' and More

    With summer soon coming to an end, what better to do during this last hot month than stay inside a cool air conditioned space and catch up on some must see indies available on VOD? To help you figure out what to watch, we've compiled a list of the 10 best indies to watch on VOD this month. Click on...

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    Here Are Indiewire's Top 10 Articles of the Week: Remembering Dennis Farina, Toronto and Venice Lineups, the Heroines of Cinema and More

    It was a week full of festival news, as both the Venice Film Festival and Toronto International Film Festival released their first batch of films for their 2013 installments, bringing along all of the suspected surprises ("The Zero Theorem," "The Wind Rises") and omissions ("Nymphomaniac," "Her") th...

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    Spike Lee's Essential List Of Films For Filmmakers (What's Missing? How Many Have You Seen?)

    The one thing that immediately jumped out at me in looking over this list from Spike Lee, is the near-absence of films by black filmmakers. I counted 3 total: Charles Burnett's Killer Of Sheep, John Singleton's Boyz N The Hood, and Michael Schultz's Coolie High.

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    Spike Lee's List of Films All Aspiring Filmmakers Must See

    Spike Lee (who writes everything in title case but won't tell you the title of the film he's raising money for on Kickstarter) has just posted a list of the films every aspiring director must see to his Kickstarter campaign. It's the list he gives to all of his students on the first day of classes ...

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