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    Amy Berg Got a Kick Out of Jumping from Docs to Fiction

    Many fine documentary filmmakers want to make the transition to feature filmmaking. But it isn't always so easy.

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    Watch: Elizabeth Banks Investigates Dakota Fanning in Chilling 'Every Secret Thing' Trailer

    Amy Berg's feature-length debut, starring Elizabeth Banks and Dakota Fanning, hits theaters and iTunes this May.

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    Julianne Moore Is Perfect for Nicole Holofcener's Next Film

    The 2015 Oscar winner is set to star in Holofcener's memoir adaptation 'Can You Ever Forgive Me.'

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    13 Indie Directors Who Should Take On Disney Live-Action Remakes

    Live-action adaptations of Disney films are getting green-lit by the handful. Here's who we think should hop on board next.

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    Ted Hope Q & A on Indie Memoir 'Hope for Film' & Much More

    Ted Hope has led the exemplary indie producer's life: from Good Machine through Ang Lee and Nicole Holofcener and Michel Gondry to his experience at the San Francisco Film Society and Fandor, he has a sharp picture of the evolving film industry, which he shares in his new memoir "Hope for Film." We ...

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    Book Excerpt: How Nicole Holofcener Got Her Debut Feature, 'Walking and Talking,' Made

    "If everyone sees that the producer is so dedicated that he’s serving the food, the crew is more likely to put their heart and soul into it, too."

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    Nicole Holofcener Announces Follow-Up to Enough Said

    Holofcener's sixth movie will be an adaptation of Ted Thompson's novel 'The Land of Steady Habits.'

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