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    The 10 Indies to Watch on VOD This April: 'Joe,' 'Blue Ruin,' 'Filth' and More

    To help you figure out what to watch on VOD this month, we've compiled a list of the 10 best indies new to VOD this month that have yet to open theatrically.

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    The 10 Indies to Watch on VOD This March: 'Nymphomaniac,' 'Veronica Mars' and More

    To help you figure out what to watch on VOD this month, we've compiled a list of the 10 best indies new to VOD this month.

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    The 10 Indies to Watch on VOD This January

    To help you figure out what to watch on VOD this month, we've compiled a list of the 10 best indies new to VOD this month, that have yet to open in theaters. Click on film title to learn more. [Synopses courtesy of distributor.]

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    Queue It Up: Here Are 9 Jane Austen Films Available to Stream (In Honor Of 'Austenland' Opening This Weekend)

    "Austenland" -- out this Friday via Sony Pictures Classics -- stars Keri Russell as Jane Hayes, a single thirtysomething obsessed with Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" who heads off to the titular British resort where the Austen era is re-created.

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    Margaret—DVD review

    I’m a latecomer to Kenneth Lonergan’s 'Margaret', having missed its brief appearance in theaters last year (after a five-to-six year delay) but it’s not too late for me to sing its praises. It has its flaws, but I defy you to find a more intelligent or impassioned American film this year.

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    Revisiting History: Booker’s Place

    So many documentaries come out every year that it isn’t possible to keep up with them all. I watched 'Booker’s Place' (now open theatrically in New York and Los Angeles, and available nationwide On Demand) because I admire its director, Raymond De Felitta, who most recently gave us the piquantly ori...

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