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    Why Its UK Influence Has Allowed BBC America to Be Ahead of the Curve as a 'Very Auteur-Oriented Channel'

    In the first installment of an ongoing interview series with network heads, Indiewire catches up with BBC America's Perry Simon.

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    Series Producer Lois Vossen Talks The New Season of 'Independent Lens' and the Current Conversation About Donors and Public Broadcasting

    PBS documentary series "Independent Lens" announced its fall line-up today, so Indiewire hopped on the phone with founding and series producer Lois Vossen at ITVS to talk about the new season.

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    The Fine Brothers Just Passed 1 Billion Views On Their Main Channel; What's Up With Their New Series 'MyMusic'?

    Three things do well on YouTube: music, comedy and the Fine brothers.

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    Interview: 'Drinking Buddies' Star Jake Johnson Talks Rules of Improv, Working With Joe Swanberg & Frustrations With Network TV

    Two attractive couples, their difficulties in life, work, and romance, a sly glance toward the other person's partner as a possible solution... It may seem like the rote set-up for your standard romantic comedy but filmmaker Joe Swanberg (“Hannah Takes The Stairs,” “All The Light In The Sky”) knows ...

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    Interview: 'Breaking Bad' Writer/Producer George Mastras Talks Wrapping Up The Series & Much More

    Now that "Breaking Bad" has entered the home stretch, we've been doing as much as anyone to celebrate the conclusion of the beloved series. Earlier this week, we sat down with writer/producer George Mastras, the man responsible for unforgettable episodes like "Crazy Handful of Nothin," "Grilled," "M...

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    Gillian Jacobs Talks Working With First-Time Filmmakers, Her New Short and the Relationship Between 'Community' and Its Online Following

    As Greendale Community College student Britta Perry, Gillian Jacobs has transformed over the four seasons (so far) of "Community" from a reluctant love interest for Jeff Winger (Joel McHale) to a character more complicated, funny and flat out weird than anyone would have expected when, in order to g...

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    Keri Russell On Jane Austen, Russian Spies, and Why She Can't Be Wonder Woman

    Central to "Austenland"'s success is actress Keri Russell, who at 37 is having a fabulous year. She is in her prime, as Miss Jean Brodie would say.

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    'Clear History' Director Greg Mottola Talks Working With Larry David, Directing 'The Newsroom' and Why He Still Wants to Make Big Screen Features

    In HBO's "Clear History," Larry David plays a former marketer for an electric car company who quits his job over a dispute with his boss (Jon Hamm) only to watch the company grow extraordinarily rich shortly afterward.

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    'The White Queen' Writer Emma Frost on Sex, Historical Accuracy and Making 'The Real 'Game of Thrones''

    "The White Queen," a 10-part period drama premiering on Starz tomorrow, August 10 at 8pm, looks at a well-chronicled moment in history through the perspective of the characters whose stories are not often told -- the women.

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    Mark Strong on Playing the Same Character Twice in 'Low Winter Sun' and Not Using Detroit for 'Ruin Porn'

    Mark Strong is getting a chance to do something few actors ever have the opportunity to -- to appear in the same role twice, in different contexts. He first played Frank Agnew in 2006 for the British "Low Winter Sun," a dark, two-part drama about two Edinburgh policemen who commit and then try to co...

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