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Animation Show of Shows Featuring ‘Piper,’ ‘Pearl’ Coming to Southern California Theaters

14 October 2016 2:30 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The latest edition of the Animation Show of Shows is opening in Southern California on Oct. 21 at the Sundance Sunset in West Los Angeles, Laemmle’s Playhouse 7 in Pasadena and the Frida Cinema in Santa Ana.

This is the second year that the annual collection of animated short films from around the world has played in theatrical release around the U.S., following a successful Kickstarter campaign last year in an effort to bring global shorts to a wider audience.

Ron Diamond of Acme Filmworks has curated the compilation for the last 16 years, and many past offerings have gone on to win awards, including last year’s entry “World of Tomorrow” by Don Hertzfeldt, which won the Annie Award for best short and was nominated for an Academy Award along with fellow Show of Shows alum “We Can’t Live Without Cosmos.”

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- Terry Flores

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Danny Glover Joins Netflix Film Come Sunday With Chiwetel Ejiofor

29 September 2016 3:26 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Danny Glover has joined the cast of Come Sunday – the upcoming Netflix film that tells the true story of evangelical minister Carlton Pearson, who built one of the largest churches in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and then lost everything as a result of his evolving faith. The tale was explored in a 2005 episode of This American Life, and it is this work that Come Sunday will largely use as source material.

Carlton Pearson became a renowned evangelical minister in Tulsa, having been mentored by televangelist Oral Roberts. At the height of its success, during the 1990s, the church that Pearson formed had a congregation estimated at over 6000 people. That congregation began to dwindle, however, when Pearson changed his teachings – asserting that hell did not exist in the traditionally taught sense.

Pearson publicly declared that, rather than being an eternity of pain and suffering, he believed that hell is created during our lifetimes, »

- Sarah Myles

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Mike Birbiglia’s ‘Thank God For Jokes’ (Likely) Headed To Netflix & 8 Other Ama Reveals

25 August 2016 1:40 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Occasioned by the recent release of “Don’t Think Twice,” Mike Birbiglia took to reddit for an Ama yesterday. The biggest reveal is that he’ll (hopefully) be filming a performance from his “Thank God for Jokes” tour for Netflix, though the comedian/actor/filmmaker had plenty else to say as well:


On the interplay between sadness and comedy: “I’m just trying to dig into the sadness and hopefully find some comedy so that hopefully you can too. I mean, that’s the goal. I’m doing my best.”


On people pronouncing his name wrong: “People keep telling me that local NPR ads for Don’T Think Twice keep saying ‘Mike Ber-Beehl-ia’s movie…’ etc. I think some names are never meant to be learned. Sincerely, Mike Birbigilbug”

Read More: SXSW 2016 Review: Mike Birbiglia’s ‘Don’t Think Twice’ is a Wise Meditation on Improv Comedy

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- Michael Nordine

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The ten best… things to do this week

12 August 2016 1:00 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

From The Get Down to No Man’s Sky: your at-a-glance guide to the next seven days in culture across the UK

The Get Down

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- The Guide

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Interview with Mike Birbiglia, writer/director/star of Don’t Think Twice

9 August 2016 11:22 PM, PDT | CinemaNerdz | See recent CinemaNerdz news »

For years, an improve group called The Commune have been the stars of their small New York improv theater. The members of the group, Mile (Mike Birbiglia), Samantha (Gillian Jacobs), Jack (Keegan-Michael Key), Allison (Kate Micucci), Bill (Chris Gethard), and Lindsay (Tami Sagher) entertain audiences night after night by performing as a finely-tuned troop. But, by day, they have to support themselves by working soul-crushing menial jobs.

Then, after they learn that their beloved theater is closing down and a hit comedy television show, ala Saturday Night Live, is looking for talent, the group dynamic begins to fracture and it may be time for the group to stop dreaming and get on with their lives.

Such is the premise of writer/director/star Mike Birbiglia’s new film Don’t Think Twice. While Birbiglia’s first film, Sleepwalk with Me (2012), was based on his work as a stand-up comedian, his »

- Mike Tyrkus

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Mike Birbiglia, Judd Apatow And More Call Suicide Squad’s PG-13 Rating Into Question

5 August 2016 1:47 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

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Task Force X has officially been let loose, and though early reviews threatened to cast a looming shadow over the film’s arrival, Suicide Squad is still tracking for a commendable $140 million haul this weekend.

That’s a healthy debut by any stretch, though it’s the movie’s PG-13 rating that has been called into question by some notable industry folk – specifically, Mike Birbiglia, Judd Apatow and Don’t Think Twice producer Ira Glass.

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Referencing SXSW darling Don’t Think Twice as an example – Birbiglia’s pic was deemed edgy enough to warrant an R rating, despite only containing strong language and some mild drug use – the creators in question believe that the Motion Picture Association of America was too lenient when it comes to Warner Bros.Suicide Squad.

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- Michael Briers

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Mike Birbiglia Slams PG-13 ‘Suicide Squad’ Rating, Citing Film’s Extreme Violence

4 August 2016 6:28 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Read More: Mike Birbiglia and Ira Glass Reveal Why Making ‘Don’t Think Twice’ is Even Harder Than Improv (Video)

Mike Birbiglia has one of the biggest indie hits of the summer with “Don’t Think Twice,” but he’s not too happy at the moment. In a statement released to his Twitter page yesterday afternoon, the comedian blasted the MPAA for assigning a PG-13 rating to the upcoming blockbuster “Suicide Squad” despite its extreme violence. “Don’t Think Twice,” a small comedy-drama about a tight-knit group of improv comedians, is rated R, even though it only features a couple of scenes where the characters smoke pot.

Suicide Squad has machine gun killings and bombings and got a PG-13 rating. @Dontthinkmovie gets an R because adults smoke pot. Confusing?

Mike Birbiglia (@birbigs) August 3, 2016

Birbiglia certainly has a point here, and he’s one of many directors in recent years to »

- Zack Sharf

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11 Questions: Ira Glass on doing magic tricks, Brad Pitt, and Emerson, Lake & Palmer

2 August 2016 7:32 AM, PDT | | See recent The AV Club news »

In 11 Questions, The A.V. Club asks interesting people 11 interesting questions—and then asks them to suggest one for our next interviewee.

At this point Ira Glass and his voice are synonymous with This American Life. But radio isn’t his only medium these days. He’s also a film producer. In 2006 his name was on the pre-Bridesmaids Paul Feig comedy, Unaccompanied Minors, based on a This American Life segment. Since then, however, he’s mainly worked on Tal storyteller Mike Birbiglia’s directorial efforts: 2012’s Sleepwalk With Me, which he co-wrote, and the recently released Don’t Think Twice. Don’t Think Twice follows the members of a team of improv comedians as they navigate their careers, their friendships suffering friction as they achieve varying degrees of success. It’s one of the few movies Glass has seen more than once, thanks to his ...


- Esther Zuckerman

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Arthouse Audit: ‘Indigination’ Leads Strong Openers

31 July 2016 10:36 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Three Sundance premieres are boosting the late summer specialty box office as “Indignation” (Roadside Attractions), “Equity” (Sony Pictures Classics) and “Gleason” (Amazon/Open Road) lead openers. Several more including Woody Allen’s “Café Society” (Amazon/Lionsgate) are holding well with positive results beyond just initial dates.

Several documentaries getting play continue to impress, and two more beyond “Gleason” scored initial New York attention: “Hieronymus Bosch: Touched by the Devil” (Kino Lorber) and “Miss Sharon Jones!” (Starz).


Indignation” (Roadside Attractions) – Metacritic: 83; Festivals include: Sundance, Berlin, San Francisco, Seattle 2016

$89,072 in 4 theaters; PTA: $22,268

After a long career as a producer-screenwriter (Ang Lee’s”Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” and “Brokeback Mountain”) and distributor (Focus Features before Universal revamped the company), James Schamus directed his adaptation of Philip Roth’s early 1950s Oberlin-set story of a Jewish working class kid trying to adapt. After his earlier run of success, the reaction to his debut is gratifying. »

- Tom Brueggemann

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Come Sunday: Chiwetel Ejiofor, Robert Redford to star in Netflix's latest

26 July 2016 8:15 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Nick Harley Jul 27, 2016

Upcoming Netflix drama Come Sunday attracts director Joshua Marston, and stars Chiwetel Ejiofor and Robert Redford.

Chiwetel Ejiofor and Robert Redford are the latest actors taking their talents to Netflix. The pair are set to star in the faith-based drama Come Sunday for the streaming service.

Come Sunday is the story of Carlton Pearson (Ejiofor), an evangelical preacher from Tulsa, Oklahoma who creates a storm of controversy when he declares to his congregation that there is no hell after a personal realisation. After losing everything, Pearson has to rebuild his church and repair his family while learning to embrace his own personal faith. 

Redford will co-star as famed American controversial television evangelist Oral Roberts. Roberts served as Pearson’s mentor in real life.

Come Sunday is based on a This American Life episode from 2005, and This American Life host Ira Glass and producer Alissa Ship will produce »

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Arthouse Audit: ‘Don’t Think Twice’ Is More Than Alright

24 July 2016 10:26 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Mike Birbiglia’s “Don’t Think Twice” (The Film Arcade) is the latest mid-summer hit, joining the recent turnaround in art house fortunes. Following his template for “Sleepwalk With Me,” Birbiglia & Co. boosted box office via frequent appearances at their New York cinema. The already strong film surged to a huge initial $90,000 number with many sold out shows on multiple screens.

Woody Allen’s “Cafe Society” (Lionsgate) continued to improve on the director’s recent performance, and could end up besting two other recent strong openers. “Captain Fantastic” (Bleecker Street) and “Hunt for the Wilderpeople” (The Orchard) continue to have strong expansions; both could end up over $10 million as well.

Asian wide-audience commercial releases are performing well in domestic play, with entries from South Korea, India, the Philippines along with China continuing to deliver strong niche results.


“Don’t Think Twice” (Film Arcade) – Metacritic: 83; Festivals include: South by Southwest, »

- Tom Brueggemann

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'BoJack Horseman' creator breaks down the year's best episode of television

24 July 2016 4:00 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

BoJack Horseman, one of the very best shows on television, returned for a wonderful — and, somehow, darker than ever — third season on Friday, and Netflix ordered a fourth season later that day. I'll have an episode-by-episode breakdown later this week, but I'm first pleased to bring you this long conversation with BoJack creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg. (Note: We did this a week and a half ago, prior to the renewal announcement, so his last answer refers to the show's fate being up in the air, even as he talks about plans for what he wants to do next with it.) Originally, I had intended to only ask questions about the season's remarkable fourth installment — one of the best episodes of TV I've seen all year — a largely dialogue-free installment set underwater, where BoJack's attempt to promote Secretariat at a film festival on the ocean floor goes awry. But then I realized »

- Alan Sepinwall

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Mike Birbiglia and Ira Glass Reveal Why Making ‘Don’t Think Twice’ is Even Harder Than Improv (Video)

22 July 2016 2:35 PM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Ira Glass thinks it’s crazy for anyone to make a film. Ever.

But when his “This American Life” contributor Mike Birbiglia wanted to follow their 2012 collaboration “Sleepwalk with Me” with a film about an improv comedy troupe, Glass went along for another ride.

“It’s very hard for anybody who tries to make things for a living,” Glass said in our video interview at SXSW the morning after the film’s rousing premiere. “It’s hard to make anything that’s good… It struck me even more this time how many things have to go right, in every scene, every sound cue, it’s almost like every minute of the film is another 15 things that you can screw up.”

But Birbiglia, who learned a lot writing, directing, starring, and releasing “Sleepwalk with Me,” was up for the challenge. “It’s like nine art forms — you’ve got photography, acting, »

- Anne Thompson

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Mike Birbiglia and Ira Glass Reveal Why Making ‘Don’t Think Twice’ is Even Harder Than Improv (Video)

22 July 2016 2:35 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Ira Glass thinks it’s crazy for anyone to make a film. Ever.

But when his “This American Life” contributor Mike Birbiglia wanted to follow their 2012 collaboration “Sleepwalk with Me” with a film about an improv comedy troupe, Glass went along for another ride.

“It’s very hard for anybody who tries to make things for a living,” Glass said in our video interview at SXSW the morning after the film’s rousing premiere. “It’s hard to make anything that’s good… It struck me even more this time how many things have to go right, in every scene, every sound cue, it’s almost like every minute of the film is another 15 things that you can screw up.”

But Birbiglia, who learned a lot writing, directing, starring, and releasing “Sleepwalk with Me,” was up for the challenge. “It’s like nine art forms — you’ve got photography, acting, »

- Anne Thompson

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‘Don’t Think Twice’ Stars Gillian Jacobs and Kate Micucci On How to Maneuver The Wilds of Hollywood

22 July 2016 10:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Give most any performer half a chance, and they’ll tell you how hard it is to be in show business. There’s the constant rejection, soul-crushing survival jobs and the unique hell of internet trolls. But Gillian Jacobs and Kate Micucci aren’t any performers. As they chiseled eccentric paths through the contemporary comedy landscape, both actresses have managed to keep their spirits high. And with the new showbiz dramedy “Don’t Think Twice,” the delightful duo finally had a chance to share the screen, much to our collective good fortune.

Written and directed by Mike Birbiglia, “Don’t Think Twice” centers on the improv The Commune. After years working together in a supportive and silly environment, the group and their dynamic are threatened as their comedy club is closing down, and one of their number gets a big break on a certain Saturday night sketch comedy show. Too »

- Kristy Puchko

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Oscilloscope Buys David Byrne’s ‘Contemporary Color’ Documentary

30 June 2016 8:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired North American rights to Bill and Turner Ross’ “Contemporary Color,” the documentary produced by David Byrne.

Contemporary Color” won awards at the Tribeca Film Festival in April for best documentary cinematography by Jarred Alterman and for best documentary editing by Bill Ross. Oscilloscope will release the film in theaters in 2017 followed by a release across ancillary platforms.

The movie was shot in 2015 at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center to celebrate the creativity of Color Guard, which includes synchronized dance routines involving flags, rifles and sabers. Byrne recruited performers including St. Vincent, Nelly Furtado, Dev Hynes, Zola Jesus, Ad-Rock, tUnE-yArDs and Ira Glass to collaborate on original pieces with 10 color guard teams.

The film’s camera operators included documentary directors and cinematographers, such as Jarred Alterman, Sean Price Williams, Robert Greene, Amanda Rose Wilder, Jessica Oreck, Wyatt Garfield and Michael Palmieri.

“The teams and the musicians created this glorious, »

- Dave McNary

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The Los Angeles Film Festival Embraces Its City and Finds a Niche

3 June 2016 3:21 PM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

The transition of Film Independent’s Los Angeles Film Festival continues. Geographically, the fest has moved away from downtown to multiple Arclight locations. Opening night in Hollywood, Ricardo de Montreuil’s coming-of-age East L.A. drama “Lowriders,” starring Demián Bichir and Theo Rossi as father and estranged ex-con son, signaled the fest’s mission: Provide a diverse program directed by rising filmmakers: among the 42 competition films, 87% are first-and-second-timers, 43% are women and 38% are people of color, while 90% of the 58 total festival films are world premieres.

Developed by Imagine Entertainment’s Brian Grazer, “Lowriders” (written by Cheo Hodari Coker, Joshua Beirne-GoldenElgin James, and Justin Tipping), finally got made when the budget dropped—under Universal’s low-budget producing partner,  Jason Blum—from $20 million to $5 million. The grittiness helps the scruffy, colorful movie, which Laff head Stephanie Allain loved for being “so Los Angeles, so culturally rich,” she told the Arclight crowd. “Made by filmmakers of color, ‘Lowriders’ embodies our mission.” (The film will go out under a Universal label that remains to be seen, per Blum.)

Since Allain took over in 2014, the festival has lost some of its key programming talent (David Ansen, Doug Jones, Maggie McKay); the sprawling program is now commandeered by film professor Roya Rastegar (Bryn Mawr College). Very much in charge is Laff’s high-powered director, studio-trained producer Allain (“Boyz ‘n the Hood,” “Hustle & Flow”), who has pulled her friend Elvis Mitchell into a role as year-round “curator,” which basically means hosting Q & As at Film Independent-programmed events at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

As Laff becomes more local, eclectic, multi-cultural, and interactive, the Laff seeks to occupy a niche and grow its audience via a more populist, less international festival.

Truth is, only a few top-ranked film festivals a year are must-attend destinations packed with high-end world premieres and star attendees. Sundance, Cannes, Berlin, Toronto, Venice, New York, and Telluride top the list. So there’s some logic to opting out of that competitive arena. Increasingly, fests like Tribeca and SXSW are pushing outside the area of indie film to create alluring events for audiences, from interactive transmedia showcases and TV series premieres to high-profile panels, Q & As, and “Master Classes.” So it makes sense to brand Laff with an identifiable niche.

Giving people awards and tributes is another route pursued by awards-friendly fests like Santa Barbara and Palm Springs, hence Saturday Laff will award “Selma” director Ava DuVernay as well as her distribution company Array Releasing (her own “Middle of Nowhere” plus “Ashes and Embers,” “Mississippi Damned,” “Kinyarwanda,” and “Restless City”) with the annual Spirit of Independence Award given to members of the independent film community who “advance the cause of independent film and champion creative freedom.” Last year, Array bought La Film Festival Us Fiction award-winner “Out of My Hand” for distribution, along with “Ayanda.”

Ryan Coogler (“Fruitvale Station”) is the 2016 Festival’s Guest Director; he’s offering a master class on sound design for “Creed.” And Nate Parker hosted a screening of Sundance Oscar contender “Birth of a Nation.” This weekend also brings a panel of women cinematographers.

The question is whether Allain’s quest for diversity will coincide with choosing the best movies, ones that create buzz for must-see titles—so far, actress Amber Tamblyn’s directing debut, “Paint It Black,” debuting Friday night at Lacma, has earned the most advance word of mouth. Established fest circuit titles such as Roger Ross Williams’ autism doc “Life, Animated,” closing night border film “Desierto” from Jonás Cuarón (“Gravity”), starring Gael Garcia Bernal and Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Mike Birbliglia and Ira Glass’s latest collaboration, improv comedy “Don’t Think Twice,” starring Keegan-Michael Key, are all worth seeing.

But for many of the unknown titles unspooling this week, audiences and buyers will just have to check them out and spread the word, good or bad. Otherwise, they’ll disappear into the ether.

Here are Indiewire’s Laff picks so far.

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- Anne Thompson

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Success, Jealousy, and New York Comedy Meet In Trailer for Mike Birbiglia’s ‘Don’t Think Twice’

20 May 2016 11:33 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Mike Birbiglia continued his writing-directing-acting exploration of the comedian’s life and process by following 2012’s Sleepwalk with Me — one of the clearer recent examples of “far better than you’d have any right to expect” — with Don’t Think Twice, a dramedy concerning the world of New York City improv, late-night comedy, and the resentment that jealousy can breed among friends. Lending this story a bit of additional authenticity, Birbiglia surrounded himself with a row of genuine comedic talent: Keegan-Michael Key, Gillian Jacobs, Mike Birbiglia, Kate Micucci, Chris Gethard, and Tami Sagher.

Don’t Think Twice begins its theatrical run this summer, ahead of which there is now a trailer. At Tribeca, we were complimentary of the picture, saying, “As in his directorial debut, and comedy in general, Birbiglia — who, as well as writing the screenplay, serves as producer alongside Ira Glass — is astute in blending humor with life’s hardships. »

- Nick Newman

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7 May 2016 11:17 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

Chicago – Exclusive! Free festival 7-packs! In the latest Hookup: Film, we have 50 pairs of guaranteed festival 7-packs up for grabs to the fourth-annual 2016 Chicago Critics Film Festival at the Music Box Theatre from the Chicago Film Critics Association!

Michael Peña and other stars will be in attendance at Q&As!

The festival runs from Friday, May 20, 2016 to Thursday, May 26, 2016 at the Music Box Theatre. Created by the Chicago Film Critics Association in 2013, the Ccff offers a selection of films comprised of recent festival favorites. It also features as-yet-undistributed works from a wide variety of filmmakers ranging from award winners to talented newcomers chosen by members of the organization. The Ccff is the only current example of a major film critics group hosting its own festival. It brings together an eclectic array of films ranging from raucous comedies and foreign-made dramas to thought-provoking documentaries, midnight genre films and shorts programs. »

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Tribeca awards announced by Anne-Katrin Titze - 2016-04-23 13:17:03

23 April 2016 5:17 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

David Byrne is all smiles as Bill Ross lV and Turner Ross' Contemporary Color captures two awards Photo: Anne-Katrin Titze

Contemporary Color, under Dp Jarred Alterman and with the Beastie Boys' Adam Horovitz, Devonté Hynes, Nelly Furtado, Nico Muhly, Ira Glass, St. Vincent, Money Mark, Holly Laessig and Jess Wolfe, providing some of the music to David Byrne's color guard extravaganza, has scored twice at this year's Tribeca Film Festival awards.

Us Narrative Competition winners

Dean, directed by Demteri Martin; Actor Dominic Rains in Ian Olds' The Fixer; Actress Mackenzie Davis in Sophia Takal's Always Shine; Cinematography - Michael Ragen for Justin Tipping's Kicks; Screenplay - Ingrid Jungermann for her Women Who Kill. The Nora Ephron Prize - Rachel Tunnard for Adult Life Skills; Albert Maysles Award - David Feige for Untouchable. Best New Narrative Director - Priscilla Anany for Children Of The Mountain. »

- Anne-Katrin Titze

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