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    Watch: Xavier Dolan, Sam Rockwell and Lynn Shelton Chat it Up for Indiewire's TIFF Talks

    This year at the Toronto International Film Festival, Indiewire sat down to chat with the stars and filmmakers behind some of the most talked about films. Check out our series of TIFF Talks at the Festival's Industry Conference with actor-director Xavier Dolan, Sam Rockwell and "Laggies" director Ly...

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    Watch: Sam Rockwell is Not Contagious and More From 'Laggies' TIFF Talk

    "Laggies" director Lynne Shelton and star Sam Rockwell sat down with Indiewire's Nigel M. Smith at the Toronto Film Festival for another round of TIFF Talks at the Festival's Industry Conference.

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    The Big O: 2015 Oscar Preview: Expect Reese to Rise Again and a Woman to Crash the Directing Category

    Angelina Jolie and Ava Duvernay are both prime candidates to become the fifth female director nominated for an Oscar.

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    Lynn Shelton's Laggies Sold at Sundance

    Two days after its Friday premiere at Sundance, The Hollywood Reporter revealed that director Lynn Shelton's arrested-development dramedy "Laggies" had been bought by A24.

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    Sundance: Lynn Shelton and Keira Knightley Debut Their Delightful 'Laggies'

    "This is the first film I made -- and I've made six now -- that I didn't write myself so it was a big leap for me personally and I'm really glad that I did," director Lynn Shelton said at the world premiere of "Laggies" last night, and audiences and critics alike are already really glad too.

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    Indiewire’s Critic On Sundance 2014: Why the Absence of Hype Is a Blessing For the Festival

    The thirtieth edition of the Sundance Film Festival started not with a celebration but its absence: an Oscar snub for festival figurehead Robert Redford, in “All Is Lost,” with a similar lack of support for its writer-director, J.C. Chandor.

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    Sundance 2014 Reveals Premieres Lineup; New Films by Lynn Shelton, Ira Sachs and Alex Gibney Make Cut

    Last week saw the Sundance Institute reveal a slew of films playing at next year's event including the competition titles and Park City at Midnight entries. Today the Institute unveiled the anticipated Premieres lineup.

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    Lynn Shelton's Family Close-Up, 'Touchy Feely'

    As we know from moisturizer commercials -- and are reminded by an unlikely source, Lynn Shelton's Touchy Feely -- extreme close-ups of skin are not pretty, full of cracks and lines and bumps. We see these shots because Rosemarie De Witt plays Abby, a massage therapist whose emotional life is qu...

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    September Film Preview

    As we head out of a strong August for women directed and centric films, we go straight into a Septemeber filled with varied and interesting projects from new and veteran women filmmakers.

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