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    Project of the Day: A Cult Leader Asks for It to Be "As It Is in Heaven"

    Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite. In the meantime: Is this a movie you’d want to see? Tell us in the comments.

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    Watch: Ashley Judd Speaks Up for the Elephants in 'The Eyes of Thailand' Trailer

    Actress and activist Ashely Judd made headlines last week when she took on the media for speculation over her 'puffy' appearance, inspiring people the world over to cry foul over what she deemed a misogynistic attack on women. In the documentary "The Eyes of Thailand," making it wo...

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    Tribeca Announces 2012 Jury; Michael Moore, Dakota Fanning, Kim Cattrall & Brett Ratner Among 39 Members

    Two days before opening night, the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival has announced the 39 members of its jury, headed by this year's Jury President Irwin Winkler. The jury is divided among the six competitive festival categories, and will name the winning films, filmmakers and actors at the closing cer...

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    'Mad Men': Pete Campbell Takes One to the Chin and Another to His Pride

    As Joan so astutely observed while patching up a bruised post-fight Lane, "Everyone in this office has wanted to do that to Pete Campbell." And in "Signal 30," last night's episode of "Mad Men" (named for a 1959 driving safety film that was a precursor to the "...

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    Kevin Kline on Shooting Independent Films, His Mumblecore Resentment and Making 'Darling Companion'

    Actor Kevin Kline has had a long career in Hollywood, but some of his greatest collaborations have been with director/writer Lawrence Kasdan. Together, the two have worked on six films including "The Big Chill," "Silverado," "I Love You to Death," "Grand Canyon,&qu...

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    Meet the 2012 Tribeca Filmmakers #29: 'Town of Runners' Director Jerry Rothwell

    Prior to becoming a documentary filmmaker, "Town of Runners" director Jerry Rothwell trained briefly in news before working for 15 years as a 'community video artist,' which enabled him to explore "people’s authorship of their own stories" and achieve "a deeper intimacy with its subjects over a long...

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    Meet the 2012 Tribeca Filmmakers #28: 'Ballroom Dancer' Directors Christian Holten Bonke and Andreas Koefoed

    "Ballroom Dancer" is the directorial debut for Christian Holten Bonke and Andreas Koefoed. It had its world premiere as the opening film of CPH:DOX and heads to Tribeca this week. The story of a champion dancer who's now struggling with an aging body and an intense anger management problem that keep...

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    Project of the Day: An Exchange Student Story Takes a Turn in 'Pembroke Circle'

    Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite. In the meantime: Is this a movie you’d want to see? Tell us in the comments.

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    'The Day He Arrives' and 'Oki's Movie' Are the Paragons of Hong Sang-Soo's Filmmaking

    "Not many people have seen my films," says the impulsive filmmaker at the center of "The Day He Arrives," the characteristically rambling character study from Korean director Hong Sang-soo. In one of many cases where art imitates life in a Hong movie, Seongjun's complaint reflects the general unfami...

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    Meet the 2012 Tribeca Filmmakers #27: 'First Winter' Director Benjamin Dickinson

    "Authenticity" is the key word in Benjamin Dickinson's film "First Winter." Cast and crew were forced to live together in a single house for the entire shoot, actors fasted when characters were supposed to be starving, and only natural lighting was used. Dickinson has been called a method directo...

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