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Sundance 2014

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    FilmBuff and Participant Media Announce the Multi-Platform Release of 'The Internet's Own Boy'

    FilmBuff and Participant Media will have a multi-platform release of their compelling new documentary, “The Internet’s Own Boy” on Friday, June 27th followed by a broadcast television premiere on Participant’s television network, Pivot, later in 2014

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    Spend Less Using Slow Motion (and Other Filmmaking Hacks) from 'The Signal' Director William Eubank

    Indiewire hopped on the phone with "The Signal" director William Eubank to ask him how he managed to work with a small budget and how DIT experience has helped with directing.

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    'Ping Pong Summer' Packs Feel-Good Retro Vibes

    “Ping Pong Summer” is a satisfyingly predictable feel-good bonanza realized with such careful and loving passion for the past that is hard not to fall for its charm.

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    Aaron Paul On 'Diving Into' 'Hellion' and Why He Wants to Resurrect Jesse Pinkman

    Aaron Paul talks about life post-"Breaking Bad."

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    Laughing At Your Own Pain is Brilliantly Hilarious in ‘Obvious Child'

    Charmingly obscene and hilarious, "Obvious Child" is the most intelligent, female empowering, comedy of the year.

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    'The Case Against 8' Directors on the Intimacy and Stakes of Shooting a Landmark Case For Same-Sex Marriage

    "The Case Against 8" filmmakers sat down with Indiewire to discuss the making of their powerful film. We learned the impetus behind the undertaking of such a vast project, what kept them going for all five years of filming, and how their own relationship to marriage has changed along the way.

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    Why Jenny Slate is Everything and Nothing Like the Comic She Plays in 'Obvious Child'

    Indiewire sat down with "Obvious Child" breakout Jenny Slate in New York the morning after a special screening of the comedy.

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    Cinedigm and Film Arcade Nab 'Song One,' Sundance Drama Starring Anne Hathaway

    "Song One," which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and stars Anne Hathaway, has been picked up by Cinedigm and Film Arcade for a planned Fall release. Theatrically, Film Arcade with distribute the film, and Cinedigm is set to handle all other platforms.

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