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    Movie Lovers We Love: Interactive Guru Ingrid Kopp Says Filmmakers Need to Think About User Experience

    Imagine if Frederick Wiseman, the Maysles brothers, or Errol Morris started making films in the twenty-first century. Would their documentaries need an interactive component: an iPad app, separate from the iPhone app, which links to the Facebook page? Imagine "Titticut Follies" as a role-playing gam...

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    Movie Lovers We Love: From Venereal Diseases to Cafeteria Manners, It's the 24,0000 Wonderful and Weird Films of A/V Geeks' Skip Elsheimer

    Growing up, Skip Elsheimer collected baseball cards, coins, comic books and fossils. As an adult, he would continue to be an ardent collector and de facto historian of educational films -- especially venereal disease films.

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    TV Lovers We Love: Pop Culture Pirate Elisa Kreisinger

    While she calls herself a pirate, she's not doing anything illegal. Video remix artist Elisa Kreisinger has made three videos remixing scenes from the run of "Sex and the City" to explore the possibilities of Carrie's same-sex attraction. She's created a video made up of televi...

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    Movie Lovers We Love: Bollywood Anthropologist Tejaswini Ganti Explains Why There's No Indie Industry in India

    "I've always been a big fan and viewer of Hindi cinema as a child," Bollywood anthropologist Tejaswini Ganti recently told Indiewire.

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    Movie Lovers We Love: David Bordwell & Kristin Thompson Are Rock-Star Film Scholars

    Husband-and-wife film studies team David Bordwell and Kristin Thompson, now retired from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, have published editions of their "Film Art" textbook since 1976. It's a classroom standard, one that freshmen often react to with some eye-rolling derision: Cer...

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    Movie Lovers We Love: New York's Queer|Art|Film Heads to LA

    In 2009, when Rachel Chanoff had just begun programming at the 92Y Tribeca in New York, she asked Ira Sachs (the director of the '12 Sundance hit "Keep the Lights On" and '05 Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner "Forty Shades of Blue") if he'd be interested in programming...

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    Movie Lovers We Love: Nathan Chase and Jeremy Thompson of Movie-Ranking Site Flickchart

    "Ice Age" or "Hangover"? Two movies, one choice. The only thing to do is pick. That’s the driving force behind Flickchart, a film website launched by Nathan Chase and Jeremy Thompson in late 2009. “The whole premise behind the site is that you’re having to make this hard choice between two movies an...

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    Movie Lovers We Love: Little Joe Magazine Cultivates, Redefines and Enriches the Queer Film Canon

    Sam Ashby was a busy graphic designer who wanted to put his skills to work on a magazine. And then one night, while watching Paul Morrissey's "Flesh" starring Warhol favorite "Little"Joe Dallesandro, he found his muse.

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