Today on indieWIRE, we compiled a guide for Venice 2011, outlined the Project of the Day competition, caught the new 'Alps' trailer from the director of 'Dogtooth,' and much more.
- Venice 2011: A Guide to the Film Festival: It's one of the year's major international cinematic events and indieWIRE will be offering a variety of coverage during the course of the fest.
- Project of the Day: This Is the One Where We Announce the Monthly and Weekly Prizes: Today is kind of a big deal at indieWIRE: We've combined our editorial and our audience to create direct connections that can help filmmakers.
- indieWIRE's Project of the Day: Finding 'MOM' With a Motley Crew of Private Eyes: 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.
- Watch: Teaser for 'Dogtooth' Director's Latest Oddity, 'Alps': If you thought 'Dogtooth' was provocative, just wait till you hear what 'Alps' is about.
- Talking With Eli Craig, Director of Our VOD Pick of the Week: 'Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil': indieWIRE caught up with Eli Craig to dish on his love for horror movies and why he decided to mock them.
- REVIEW | Chinese Fantasy Epic 'Detective Dee' Delivers a Better Ride Than Most U.S. Alternatives: A giant, hollow Buddha that dwarfs a city, spontaneous combustion, uneasy shapeshifting and gravity-defying martial arts: These are the far-reaching pleasures of 'Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame.'
- Talking TIFF: Co-Director Cameron Bailey on the 2011 Toronto Film Festival: Before you head to TIFF 2011, festival co-director Cameron Bailey wants to give you a heads up: It's not the same festival you might have gotten used to.
- iW's Online Video of the Day: Watch Joseph Gordon-Levitt Melt Hearts by Singing in French: Mon Dieu! Today's video is a hot one, featuring a swoon-inducing Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
- Closing Night Film for the London Film Festival: Rachel Weisz in 'The Deep Blue Sea': The 55th BFI London Film Festival will close Oct. 27 with the U.K. premiere of 'The Deep Blue Sea, starring Rachel Weisz and adapted and directed by Terence Davies.
- Who Were the Winners and Losers of the Summer of 2011?: As the summer winds die down with a flat and uninspired whimper, the realization sets in: The summer of 2011 was for the birds.
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