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Amid the wash of cellular phones and competitive video gaming, we often forget that South Korea’s history is steeped in #pottery. Meet master potter Lee Kang-hyo, who blends ancient traditional styles with contemporary patterns to produce beautiful onggi vases. +Open Culture’s Colin Marshall explores Lee’s craft and how it relates to human progress. “Form doesn't always have to be straight. It can be beautiful." - Lee Kang-hyo (on advice from his mentor, Koie Ryoji)

http://www.openculture.com/2017/11/how-a-korean-potter-found-a-beautiful-life-through-his-art-a-short-life-affirming-documentary.html

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Game designer/writer Mike Bithell shares the story behind writing the sequel to Subsurface Circular with +Gamasutra's Samuel Horti: “I liked the idea of making something that was more about messy, fallible humans making not-so-great choices, and still trying to tell a coherent story." #indiegame

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Mark & Emma's This Magnificent Cake is a stop-motion anthology following a “troubled king, a middle-aged Pygmy working in a luxury hotel, a failed businessman on an expedition, a lost porter, and a young army deserter.” – +Colossal's +Kate Sierzputowski

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We wish you a sparkling #fourthofjuly! Have a safe and happy #independenceday.
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Filmmaker Magazine's Lauren Wissot sits down with director +Simon Lereng Wilmont to talk about his #comingofage war film, The Distant Barking of Dogs: "I initially planned to make a film about what growing up in the shadow of war does to a child."

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+Billboard features CD Baby's +Tracy Maddux, who delves into +YouTube's impact on #independentartists' exposure and reaching a wider audience: "YouTube is unsettling the order of things everywhere in the music industry. . . ."

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Stop the Breaks’ Hao Nguyen interviews independent #hiphop artist Cameron Hailey, who explains his unique take on where the music industry is heading: "I feel like it could better when it comes to support for the ARTISTS. But it still has its perks."

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Director Geno Tazioli shares the ups and down of being an indie filmmaker with +Chicago Tribune's Daniel Dorfman: "I enjoy the storytelling, the creativity of making movies and delivering that to an audience who will have some sort of emotional reaction." #indiefilm

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Writer/director Bo Burnam talks with ION Cinema’s Dylan Kai Dempsey about Eighth Grade – his debut #featurefilm that was recently acquired by indie studio A24: “The movie is really trying to just explore all of our feelings of confusion with the Internet.”

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What ties families together? Japanese filmmaker Hirokasu Kore-eda breaks down familial bonds in upcoming #indiefilm Shoplifters. – Screen Daily's Liz Shackleton

https://www.screendaily.com/features/palme-dor-winner-hirokazu-kore-eda-on-the-family-ties-that-inspired-shoplifters/5129549.article
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