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Someone To Watch
Producer Peter Safran has set Kyle Patrick Alvarez to direct thriller "Girls."
He'd been in Los Angeles a year and was working as an assistant to Warren Beatty when Alvarez gave notice, knowing he wanted to focus on trying to get a film made independently.
Not just up-and-coming directors, the Spirit Awards filmmakers "to watch" consistently maintain both an idiosyncratic vision and defiant outsider status, often innovating on the margins of the…
David Williams, the iconoclastic filmmaker of the critically acclaimed indie features "Lillian" and "13," will receive the Someone to Watch Award at the Independent Spirit Awards Saturday.
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