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Best of the Week: AFI Fest, ‘Selma,’ ‘A Most Violent Year’ and More

TOH!'s Top 20 Stories of the Week

Big Eyes
Review: Tim Burton’s Soulless Oscar Would-Be Stars Amy Adams

“Every
Last Child” Probes a Public Health Crisis “Far More Virulent Than
Ebola”

“Interstellar”
Less Starry in Final Figures; “St. Vincent” Also Slips

Selma
and “American Sniper”: One Sings, the Other Doesn’t

10
Commandments That Led Christian Bale to “Exodus: Gods and Kings”

AFI FEST
2014 Unveils Jury and Audience Awards Winners

AFI
Review: “The Gambler” Remake Aims High, Falls Short

Bennett
Miller Unpacks “Foxcatcher” in-Depth (Six TIFF Videos with Tatum,
Ruffalo, Carell)

Cinema
Eye Honors Nonfiction Awards Nominees Help to Focus Documentary Contenders

Dana Brown Shoots Daredevils in
Motocross Doc “On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter”

How European Film Award
Nominee “10,000 KM” Captures Love in the Modern World

How the
“Interstellar” VFX Team Built Wormholes, Black Holes and Alien
Planets

Mad
Women, Closet Queens and Jon Stewart: What to See and Skip This Weekend

Things I
Learned on the Awards Circuit (Governors Awards Videos)

Watch:
“Rosewater”‘s Jon Stewart and Gael Garcia Bernal Talk Purposeful
Inauthenticity

Why
“Goodnight Mommy” Is an Arthouse Shocker Best Seen Cold

Why
“Interstellar” Disappointed and “Big Hero 6” Topped Box
Office

Why AFI Opener “A Most
Violent Year” Isn’t an Oscar Contender

Why
Shocking “Kids for Cash” Is the Best Oscar Doc Contender You Haven’t
Seen

Why
Starz Original Series “The Missing” Might Save Us from Drama Fatigue

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