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    Exclusive Clip From Acclaimed Doc 'We Could Be King' (On VOD Today)

    'We Could Be King' tells the story of what happens when two long time rival Philly high schools are forced to merge, and how a football team inspires the school to transcend its problems and conflicts.

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    'Palo Alto,' Now on iTunes/VOD, Plants First-Timer Gia Coppola Firmly in the Family Business

    "Palo Alto," the impressive debut of 27-year-old filmmaker Gia Coppola, toured the fest circuit, from Venice and Telluride to Toronto, Tribeca and San Francisco, where grandfather Francis turned out, before hitting theaters earlier this year and becoming a modest hit. Now it's on iTunes/VOD.

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    Review: Afro-Colombian Coming of Age Drama 'La Playa D.C.' Is Now On VOD

    Though it isn't perfect, this story signals something we need more of, portraying people who have existed and survived in a country where their stories, like the Afro-Colombian soundtrack, ring loud and distinct.

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    SnagFilms Free Movie of the Week: 'Wakaliwood' Uncovers an Action Studio in the Slums of Uganda

    SnagFilms' free movie of the week "Wakaliwood: The Documentary" chronicles Ben Barenholtz's journey to the slums of Walkaliga, Uganda.

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    SnagFilms Free Movie of the Week: 'Broke*' Asks If It's Possible for an Artist to Break

    "Is it possible for an artist to break?" Following on-the-verge artist Will Gray through the recording of his debut album (featuring production by Grammy Award-winning producer, T Bone Burnett), "Broke*" chronicles the stories of artists and executives searching for ways to thrive in the face of tod...

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    How to Survive a Zombie Outbreak According to the Movies

    Each and every zombie movie seems to add its own flourish to the preexisting mythology. Sometimes, after rising from their earthy graves, zombies shamble slowly; other times they sprint. Sometimes they're nearly indestructible, other times they're soft and squishy. A24's charmingly lovesick "Life Af...

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    9 Films to See in Theaters or Stream at Home This Weekend, From 'I Origins' to 'The Immigrant' (TRAILERS)

    What will you be watching this weekend? Here are nine ideas.

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    Stream This: Ari Folman's Soaring, Ambitious 'The Congress,' Starring Robin Wright as Many Versions of Herself

    At long last, Ari Folman's "The Congress," the Israeli auteur's half-animated followup to his fully animated "Waltz with Bashir" (2008), is available to stream. This electrifying fantasy about an actress (Robin Wright) who sells her soul to the studio system offers plenty of visual derring-do and op...

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    What to Watch in Theaters and on VOD This Weekend

    What to see, or not to see? That is the question this weekend, from theaters to VOD and set-top streaming alternatives. Here's what we recommend.

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    As 'Snowpiercer' Hits VOD, the Industry's Divided on Distribution's Future

    Indiewire reached out to other veterans in the distribution and exhibition space to gather more opinions on the viability of the approach.

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