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Debra Granik on the Demand for the Salacious, "for fast, cheap and out of control"

16 July 2014 2:28 PM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Filmmaker Debra Granik earned an impressive four Oscar nominations for 2010's "Winter's Bone," including best picture, actress (Jennifer Lawrence), supporting actor (John Hawkes) and adapted screenplay. Clearly all the talent on display in 2004's "Down to the Bone," which boosted the career of Vera Farmiga, was not a flash in the pan. The question was what the deliberate New York filmmaker, who works closely with producer-writer Anne Rossellini, would do next. I sat down with Granik at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in the Czech Republic, which she attended for the first time along with the backers of "Winter's Bone," Anonymous Content's Steve Golin and Michael Sugar, to get her to take me through that decision-making process. What Granik did make was "Stray Dog," a documentary about U.S. war veterans, inspired by one of the actors in "Winter's Bone," which debuted at the Laff. (Review here.) Your documentary. »

- Anne Thompson

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Debra Granik Goes Rogue with First Doc 'Stray Dog' (Laff World Premiere)

16 June 2014 11:19 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Filmmaker Debra Granik earned an impressive four Oscar nominations for 2010's "Winter's Bone," including best picture, actress (Jennifer Lawrence), supporting actor (John Hawkes) and adapted screenplay. Clearly all the talent on display in 2004's "Down to the Bone," which boosted the career of Vera Farmiga, was not a flash in the pan.  What was the deliberate New York filmmaker, who works closely with producer-writer Anne Rossellini, going to do next? Well, she pursued several promising projects that are yet to come to fruition. Among them were "American High Life," a possible HBO series created by young writer Nicki Paluga, and Granik's film version of Russell Banks' novel "Rule Of The Bone," marking the third part of her unofficial osteo-trilogy, about an abused 14-year-old Jamaican-American who turns to drugs, gets kicked out of his home, and returns to Jamaica to find his father. Banks was optimistic that a cast of »

- Anne Thompson

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