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    Watch: Trailer for 'Dear White People' Explains Why 'Gremlins' is About White People Afraid of Black Culture

    "Dear White People," which was voted as Indiewire's first-ever Project of the Year in 2013, made its debut at Sundance this past January, garnering the Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Talent.

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    It's a Tie! Congrats to Indiewire's 2 Projects of the Year: 'Sleepwalkers' and 'Know How'

    It's a tie! The voting was so close for Indiewire's second-ever Project of the Year, that we, along with our partner, the Tribeca Film Institute, have decided to award the honor to the two films with the most votes: "Sleepwalkers" and "Know How." Each garnered over 4,000 votes to claim the prize, wi...

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    Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions Buy 'Dear White People,' Indiewire's Project of the Year

    Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions have acquired North American rights to Justin Simien’s “Dear White People,” Indiewire’s Project of the Year.

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    It's Time to Vote for Project of the Year!: Send One Film to the Tribeca Industry Meetings

    The TFI Filmmaker and Industry Meetings, which will take place on April 22 and 23, during the festival, are a premier networking forum of one-on-one meetings with members from the industry.

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    Congrats to 'Dear White People,' Indiewire & Tribeca Film Institute's Project of the Year!

    Congratulations to Justin Simien, whose "Dear White People" has been designated the first-ever Indiewire Project of the Year!

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