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Indie 'it' girls

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Find out who joins indie darling Brit Marling on our listBy Danny MillerSpecial to MSN MoviesAs the star, co-writer and producer of Zal Batmanglij's new film, "The East," about the infiltration of an anarchist group, Brit Marling continues her reign as the current Queen of the Indies. Marling is a unique voice in the world of independent films and joins a long line of talented actresses who have been able to move back and forth between smaller, personal projects and big studio films. In recent years, the lines between the two have begun to blur as studios take on a more diverse range of films, but there's still no confusing the small quirky films indie fans love with their big-budget counterparts. Let's take a look at Brit Marling and some of the other women who have made such a strong mark in independent cinema.Bing: More about 'The East' | Watch the trailerFor more movie news, follow MSN Movies on Facebook and Twitter. "The East" is out in theaters May 31.(Fox Searchlight Pictures)
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