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    'Queen of Earth,' Starring a Gloriously Unhinged Elisabeth Moss, Goes to IFC

    Moss goes next-level mental in Alex Ross Perry's unsettling psychodrama.

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    Disney Goes Indie with Alex Ross Perry Take on Live-Action 'Winnie the Pooh'

    Yes, you read that right.

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    Alex Ross Perry Needs Help Saving 'Listen Up Philip's' Acclaimed Cat, Fluffy

    Alex Ross Perry has never crowdfunded a film. But he's asking for help to keep one of "Philip's" stars alive.

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    Berlin Review: 'Queen of Earth' Stars Elisabeth Moss Going Next-Level Insane

    'Queen of Earth' is a chilling, instantly iconic departure into 'Repulsion' and 'Persona' territory for writer/director Alex Ross Perry.

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    Listen: Eerie Exclusive Track from Alex Ross Perry's 'Queen of Earth,' Starring Elisabeth Moss

    Ahead of Berlin, listen to a menacing exclusive track from the film starring Elisabeth Moss.

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    Berlin: Elisabeth Moss on Going Mental for Alex Ross Perry in 'Queen of Earth'

    The "Mad Men" star talks to Indiewire about reuniting with Alex Ross Perry for her wildest role yet.

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    Alex Ross Perry's 'Queen of Earth,' Starring Elisabeth Moss, Will World Premiere at Berlinale 2015

    The Berlin International Film Festival bolsters its lineup with new films from Perry and 'A Most Wanted Man' director Anton Corbijn, and the international premiere of 'Selma.'

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    Hammer to Nail Awards Hail 'Listen Up Philip,' 'A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night' and More

    The Hammer to Nail Awards go to the best films produced for $1 million or less that were released commercially in the calendar year.

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