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Co-founded by Todd Haynes, Christine Vachon and Barry Ellsworth in 1987, the movies of Apparatus Productions represent a crucial moment in independent film. With two programs of newly restored short films opening at Metrograph on Friday, we're unlocking Paul Dallas' article on the early days of Apparatus and IndieCollect's restoration efforts on their work.

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This video from Blank on Blank animates excerpts from an interview with Francis Ford Coppola that touches on death, solitude and — on a lighter note — changing critical response to "Apocalypse Now" over time.

Watch: “Francis Ford Coppola on Solitude” | Filmmaker Magazine

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Kelly Daniela Norris and T.W. Pittman's "Nakom," an Independent Spirit nominee, went through a difficult shoot in Ghana. The co-directors tell Taylor Hess about how they respected the privacy of the village they shot in, their concept of political filmmaking and shooting through malaria season: "Trav got malaria two weeks after we arrived when it was just the two of us. We gave ourselves ample...
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Filming During Malaria Season: Kelly Daniela Norris and T.W. Pittman on Nakom | Filmmaker Magazine

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12/06/2016 at 21:54. Facebook
Our December VOD calendar is finally up, and the featured film of the month (not available until the 27th) is "American Honey."

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12/06/2016 at 21:02. Facebook
The shorts lineup for next year's Sundance Film Festival includes Kristen Stewart's first narrative short as a director, a new short by "Beyond Clueless" director Charlie Lyne, and the newest film from Jim Cummings, who won the Grand Jury Prize last year with "Thunder Road."

Sundance Film Festival 2017 Announces Short Film Lineup | Filmmaker Magazine

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12/06/2016 at 20:10. Facebook
"A parallel doesn’t need to be made [between now and the present]; it’s just present, it’s ever-present. The issue of race in America has existed for over 200 years and it will probably exist for another hundred years after I’m gone." Documentary director Sam Pollard tells Erik Luers about his new film "Two Trains Runnin'," which connects the dots between the civil rights movement and some...
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“There’s No Such Thing as a Post-Racial America”: Sam Pollard on Two Trains Runnin’ | Filmmaker Magazine

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12/06/2016 at 19:04. Facebook
David Ehrlich's popular annual video essay counting down his choices for the 25 best films of 2016 is here.

Watch: “The 25 Best Films of 2016: A Video Countdown” | Filmmaker Magazine

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12/05/2016 at 21:47. Facebook
In partnership with IFP, Filmmaker‘s parent organization, the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment has announced this year’s ten projects to be chosen for Made in NY Fellowships.

“Made in NY Fellowships” Recipients Announced by Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment in Partnership with IFP | Filmmaker Magazine

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12/05/2016 at 21:02. Facebook
Today's Sundance announcement covers premiere, midnight and more, with new films from Michael Almereyda and Dee Rees, among others.

Sundance Announces 2017 Premieres, Midnight, Kids, Spotlight and Special Events Slates | Filmmaker Magazine

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12/05/2016 at 20:13. Facebook
Beware of spoilers for "The Walking Dead" in Dan Schoenbrun's latest column, which connects the dots between that show and Donald Trump — yes, there's actually a direct connection.

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12/05/2016 at 19:09. Facebook
Werner Herzog's dramatic German-accented narration is a key element to his documentary filmmaking, but it wasn't always something highlighted in his films' U.S. marketing. Stephen Garrett examines the history of marketing Herzog in the U.S., tracing the evolution of his voiceover across more than a half dozen films.

How Do You Market a Madman? On the Trailers of Werner Herzog | Filmmaker Magazine

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12/03/2016 at 21:08. Facebook
As "Westworld" gears up for its season finale tomorrow night, here's a podcast interview between filmmaker Alix Lambert and the show's stunt coordinator, Mike Watson. It's a great talk full of material on getting into the stunt business, what makes a good fight scene, and much more.

Podcast: Alix Lambert Interviews Westworld Stunt Coordinator Mike Watson | Filmmaker Magazine

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12/02/2016 at 19:35. Facebook
Opening today at New York's Cinema Village before rolling out to other cities in the days ahead is Garrett Zevgetis's lovely documentary, "Best and Most Beautiful Things." It's about a legally blind young woman with Asperberger's Syndrome who finds acceptance within the kink community. It's poetic and unforgettable. Lauren Wissot interviews Zevgetis.

“There is a Certain Freedom to Being an Outsider”: Garrett Zevgetis on Best and Most Beautiful Things | Filmmaker Magazine

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12/02/2016 at 17:41. Facebook
Sophia Takal's highly recommended psychological thriller "Always Shine" opens in 16 cities today, and we sat down with her to discuss inspirations, the size of her tiny crew, her love for slow zooms, and how she feels about independent filmmaking after the recent election.

Writer Director Sophia Takal on Persona, Female Aggression and Her Psychological Thiller, Always Shine | Filmmaker Magazine

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12/01/2016 at 21:01. Facebook
Sundance has announced the New Frontier slate for 2017, which includes new work from Terence Nash, Jem Cohen and Travis Wilkinson.

Sundance Film Festival Announces the 2017 New Frontier Slate | Filmmaker Magazine

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12/01/2016 at 20:22. Facebook
Unlocked from our winter issue, it's Vadim Rizov talking to Mia Hansen-Løve about her excellent new "Things to Come," writing screenplays in order and how her films connect to each other: "I could link between all of my films in different ways. They are all meant to be portraits. To me, it ends up being like a gallery portrait."

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12/01/2016 at 19:50. Facebook
"During my officer schooling, I was responsible for 30 people who could die, so it was a huge responsibility. In comparison, a film is no responsibility. If the film is bad, who cares?" Taylor Hess talks to Rachel Lang, whose "Baden Baden" has been playing for the past week at Anthology Film Archives. Its final screenings there are tonight.

“The Military System and a Movie Set are Similar”: Rachel Lang on Baden Baden | Filmmaker Magazine

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Sundance has announced the competition and NEXT lineups for its 2017 edition.

Sundance Film Festival Announces 2017 Competition and NEXT Lineup | Filmmaker Magazine

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DP Natasha Braier tells Matt Mulcahey about shooting "The Neon Demon" with Nicolas Winding Refn, loving Xtal Express lenses and how she learned to embrace shooting in chronological order: "When I meet other directors now about movies and I ask, 'Are you going to shoot chronologically?' they look at me like, 'No, we can’t do that. We don’t have the money.' And I’m like, 'We did it [on 'Neon...
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“I’m Like a Flare Hunter”: DP Natasha Braier on The Neon Demon | Filmmaker Magazine

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"Did you hear anything yet? I hear that so-and-so heard two weeks ago that they got in." From Austin, Sean Malin reports on the anxiety of filmmakers waiting to hear if they got into Sundance.

In Austin, Building Community While Waiting for Festival Acceptance — or Rejection — Letters | Filmmaker Magazine

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