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iW ROUND UP | Tuesday, October 28th

iW ROUND UP | Tuesday, October 28th

indieWIRE’s snapshot of news and views from around the web on Tuesday.

Remembering Andrew Johnson
At the age of 40, film critic Andrew Johnston died over the weekend after a long battle with cancer. Comments about Andrew are at The House Next Door. [NY Observer]

Big Movies in Oscar Spotlight
Cieply & Barnes on this year’s Oscar hopefuls, “Shrinkage in the small-film business has left more room for big studios to play the Oscar game.” [NYT]

Werc Werk Work and Tarr
Indie company Werc Werk Work is backing Solondz and Tarr. [HR]

New FCC Head Eyed
Pondering how the election will affect leadership at the FCC. [VAR]

“Milk” Day
Is Focus keeping “Milk” under the radar, asks Steve Zeitchik. The film is having its world premiere tonight in San Francisco. He follows up with a blog post on the same topic. [HR]

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