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    The Top 9 Indies To Watch on VOD This April

    Indiewire has weeded through the films hitting VOD this April to bring you the nine indies to look out for. You'll find everything from a found-footage horror film to the latest documentary from Morgan Spurlock that delves into the world of Comic-Con. Here are the nine indie films to watch ...

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    Watch Samuel L. Jackson in Trailer For Suspense Thriller "Meeting Evil" (On VOD May 4th)

    This is the first time hearing of this project. Meeting Evil, directed by Chris Fisher and adapted from the Thomas Berger noir-thriller novel by the same name. The film stars Samuel L. Jackson as a mysterious stranger named Richie, who takes a family man, played by Luke Wilson, on a "murder-fue...

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    Watch Trailer For Vin Diesel's "The Ropes" Series; Season 1 Now Streaming On Netflix

    Here's the trailer for that Vin Diesel web series with Fox Digital Entertainment, titled The Ropes - an original series about the lives of bouncers - I've already alerted you, and which I didn't care for, which in turn attracted several comments (likely from the same person using di...

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    Vin Diesel's "The Ropes" No Longer Web Series; Debuts On Netflix. Watch Season 1 Now

    I learned yesterday, not-so-long after I posted the promo art for it, that Vin Diesel's new web series with Fox Digital Entertainment, titled The Ropes - an original series about the lives of bouncers - is actually no longer a web series, and is now available on Netflix. You can stream it there ...

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    The 10 Indie Films to Watch on VOD This March

    Indiewire has weeded through the films hitting VOD this March to bring you 10 to look out for. You'll find everything from a teen horror film helmed by "American Psycho" director Mary Harron to a quiet music documentary from Jay Duplass, the non-acting half of the Duplass Brothers.

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    1st 10 Films Selected For Sundance Institute Artist Services Program Premiere Today on Netflix ("Lord Byron" Included)

    Recall my post from in January announcing a new distribution initiative from Sundance, offering new streaming distribution options for all Sundance-stamped films, giving life to buried works that may otherwise go unseen?

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    Spike Lee's Initially "X-Rated" Feature Film Debut ("She's Gotta Have It) Now Streaming On Netflix & In HD

    It's about damn time! Not that I haven't already seen the film enough, but I'm always shocked when I run into folks - black folks especially - who claim to be black film lovers, or specifically Spike Lee lovers, who tell me that they haven't seen She's Gotta Have It. 

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    The 10 Indie Films to Watch on VOD This February

    Indiewire has weeded through the slew of films hitting VOD this month to bring you a list of the 10 to look out for. Variety was key in selection, so below you'll find everything from a horror flick headlined by Christian Slater, to a high-school drama starring Adrien Brody, to a romantic comedy set...

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    Exclusive Digital Rights To Alrick Brown's "Kinyarwanda" Acquired By SnagFilms

    SnagFilms (parent company of indieWIRE) has acquired exclusive digital rights to Alrick Brown's Rwandan genocide drama Kinyarwanda, AFFRM's sophomore theatical release last December (how many of you actually saw it?).

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    Christine Vachon Reflects on 'Velvet Goldmine,' Our Blu-ray Pick of the Week

    Todd Haynes is nothing if not versatile. He made his name in 1991 with his Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner "Poison," a highly stylized queer activist hybrid told in three unconnected strands. He's directed only five more projects, but each has been more ambitious and unexpected than the last.

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