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    The 10 Best Films From This Year's Edinburgh International Film Festival

    The 10 Best Films From This Year's Edinburgh International Film Festival

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    Here Are Indiewire's Top 10 Articles of the Week: Best Films of 2013 So Far, 'Fifty Shades' Gets A Release Date, 'Mad Men' Finale and More

    With few major festivals or independent releases taking up our attention over the course of the week, we took the opportunity to look instead at the best films of the year so far in our annual Criticwire poll, asking critics what at the year's halfway point has impressed them the most. But while the...

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    Here Are the 8 Best Rock Docs According to 'A Band Called Death' Directors Mark Covino and Jeff Howlett

    Rock documentaries are clearly all the rage right now following the Oscar win for "Searching for Sugar Man." The latest to open in theaters today, Jeff Howlett and Mark Covino's "A Band Called Death" profiles an undiscovered band that was doing punk even before the term was coined, pre-dating the Ra...

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    Queue It Up: Here's 11 Best Picture Oscar Winners Now Streaming on Netflix

    The 86th Academy Award nominations won't be announced until January 16th, 2014. Sure, that sounds like a long time from now, but the Oscar season movies are beginning to roll out, whetting our appetites for nominee speculations.

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    Here Are Indiewire's Top 10 Articles of the Week: The 2013 Indiewire Influencers, Remembering James Gandolfini, Our Fall Festival Wishlist and More

    With the release of our first ever industry list with the Indiewire Influencers, it was an undeniably major week for us here at Indiewire. Following the list's Monday release, we turned our attention towards both the Emmy's upcoming nominations announcement and the potential films of the fall festiv...

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    Happy Summer Solstice! Here's 7 Great Summer-Themed Movies

    As far as movie studios are concerned, summer already started seven weeks ago when "Iron Man 3" opened. But technically, summer officially begins this Friday with summer solstice. So Indiewire decided to honor the real first weekend of the season by asking out trusty summer interns -- Casey Cipriani...

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    Here Are the 5 Docs to See from Sheffield, From Scientology to Nipple Play

    While Sheffield Doc/Fest is known for its MeetMarket and great European (especially British) and American industry presence, the festival has also developed an exciting digital media program (which has made its way into the festival's tagline) and a capable main slate of films. Five films, four of ...

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    Queue It Up: 57 of the Best Films of the 00's Now Available on Netflix

    It's June, and you've probably already blown through all your friends' movie recommendations on Netflix. Now what? Watch the B movies that Netflix keeps recommending for you? (No, Netflix, just because I liked "Mean Girls," does not mean I want to watch "Mean Girls 2"). Lucky for you, 57 of Indiewir...

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    Here Are Indiewire's Top 10 Articles of the Week: 2012's Best On Netflix, WGA's Top Shows of All Time, 'Hannibal' and More

    It was a week low on film news and heavy on television as the independent film world largely seemed to take a break for recoupment following last week's closing of the Cannes Film Festival. The Writer's Guild of America announced their choices for the 101 best written television shows of all time, w...

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    5 Great Modern Shakespeare Takes In Honor Of Joss Whedon's 'Much Ado About Nothing'

    Since "King John" became the first Shakespearean film adaptation in 1899, there have been many directors eager to take a crack at interpreting the Bard's words for a new generation. While some films were made by Shakespearean fundamentalists (see Kenneth Branagh's fine body of work), many adaptation...

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