Today on indieWIRE, 'The Descendants' earned itself a spot on the New York Film Festival's lineup, Anna Hathaway showed off her rapping skills, and much more.

  • San Sebastian Festival Adds International Titles to New Directors Section: The world premiere of Kim Ki-duk's 'Amen,' along with Oren Moverman's 'Rampart,' round out the 59th San Sebastian Film Festival's competition section in additions made Wednesday. Also joining the festival's Zabaltegi-Pearls section are titles from Steve McQueen, Johnnie To and Nicolas Provost.
  • In My Own Words: Jeff Warrick Shares a Scene From 'Programming the Nation?': Over seven years ago when I first decided to do a documentary on the alleged history of subliminal messaging in America, it's important to note that I first approached the subject matter with a bit of skepticism.

    • Anne Hathaway: A Shockingly Adequate Rapper: Don't worry, she still retains adorability and even a dose of her Oscar-hosting cheekiness. In response to being hounded by the paparazzi after the announcement of her prowling role in 'The Dark Knight Rises,' the 'Love and Other Drugs' and 'One Day' star rapped about her relationship with the camera-toting set on 'Conan' Tuesday night.

    • Viola Davis Goes Big Time: Viola Davis, fresh off her great and potential Oscar-nominated performance in 'The Help,' is taking her "klout" score to the bank as she should.

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