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    The New York Times Names 20 Directors to Watch: Includes Indie Favorites Sarah Polley and Sebastian Silva

    The New York Times has named "20 Directors to watch," with film critics Manohla Dargis and A.O. Scott making the selection from a crop of international filmmakers.

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    WATCH: Lynn Shelton Talks 'Touchy Feely' for NY Times Anatomy of a Scene

    Check out this "Anatomy of a Scene" video feature from the New York Times, where director Lynn Shelton talks a pivotal scene from her new film "Touchy Feely," starring Rosemarie DeWitt, Ellen Page, Allison Janney and Josh Pais.

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    New York Times Launches First Ever Indie Online Film Festival, Curated by Film Independent (TRAILERS)

    Today, the New York Times launches its first ever Indie Online Film Festival, a free series of four films curated by the nonprofit Film Independent. The films are available to watch from September 3 to October 2.

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    'It's like a drug, but I get to control it': Seven Highlights From the 'House of Cards' TimesTalk With Kevin Spacey, Robin Wright and Beau Willimon

    "History will not remember those who had nothing to offer but stagnation," "House of Cards" showrunner Beau Willimon said as he set the tone for last night's live streamed New York Times panel discussion about the Netflix series that stretched from binge viewing to the congressional inefficiencies o...

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    WATCH: Edgar Wright Talks 'The World's End' Opening Sequence for NY Times

    Check out this "Anatomy of a Scene" video feature from the NY Times, where director Edgar Wright discusses the opening sequence for his upcoming apocalypse comedy "The World's End."

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    Early Orson Welles Film to Premiere This Fall, Plus Watch Welles' First Short Film, 'The Hearts of Age' (VIDEO)

    As the New York Times' Dave Kehr points out in a recent highlight piece, Orson Welles' filmmaking debut came seven years before 1941's "Citizen Kane," with an eight-minute short titled "The Hearts of Age." Teenager Welles made the film with a friend from school, William Vance. In this early endeavor...

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    NYT Op-Docs Series to Offer Filmmaker Competition and Expand Screenings

    The New York Times's Op-Docs, a series of short documentaries run by the newspaper's editorial department, is set to reach more audiences and filmmakers than ever before, as it has added a filmmaker competition and a series of screenings.

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    New York Times Op-Docs Series Unveils Live-Pitch Competition: Winner Will Premiere Doc on NYTimes.com

    The New York Times's Op-Doc series, a forum for short, opinionated documentaries with wide creative latitude, is extending an open invitation to US documentary short filmmakers to apply to Op-Doc's first live-pitch competition in North America. The prize is the opportunity to produce an Op-Doc for t...

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    Cam and Mitch May Finally Wed on 'Modern Family' after Supreme Court Ruling (UPDATE)

    Americans love Cam and Mitch, from Barack and Michelle Obama to Anne and Mitt Romney. The two men aren't just the funniest duo on ABC's hit sitcom "Modern Family," they're easily the most visible fictional gay couple in the U.S--and perhaps the nation's most visible gay couple, period. Along with ...

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    Melissa McCarthy Talks Co-Starring with Sandra Bullock in 'The Heat,' That Notorious Rex Reed Review and More

    Talented funnywoman Melissa McCarthy has been on a roll for the past couple of years. She won an Emmy for CBS comedy "Mike and Molly" in 2011, stole the show and received an Oscar nomination for box office hit "Bridesmaids" in 2012, and then proved her headliner appeal alongside Jason Bateman in poo...

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