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    7 Highlights From AFI Fest's Young Hollywood Roundtable, From Embarrassing YouTube Videos To Facebook Stalking Jessica Chastain

    Brie Larson, Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan, Dane DeHaan, and Greta Gerwig took part in the AFI Fest's 2013 Young Hollywood Roundtable Friday night. The group discussed their new found success, including the films they all put out to much acclaim in 2013, and dug into what they want from the future...

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    Watch: Live Video For Arcade Fire's "Afterlife" With Greta Gerwig, Directed By Spike Jonze & More

    So last night, Google launched their first and presumably annual YouTube Music Awards mostly because if the world needs anything, it's another music awards show. And it probably has nothing to do with YouTube's plans for a music subscription service to launch by the end of the year. But we digress...

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    In the Works: Mia Hansen-Love Heads Into Production on 'Eden,' Starring Greta Gerwig and Brady Corbet

    French director Mia Hansen-Love ("Goodbye, First Love," "The Father of My Children") is currently at work on her next project, "Eden," which centers on the electronic music craze of the early '90s. Greta Gerwig and Brady Corbet are set to star.

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    Mia Hansen-Love Helming Dance World Saga 'Eden' Starring Brady Corbet and Greta Gerwig

    Seemingly every generation's zeitgeist-capturing musical movement has its correlating cinematic interpretation (usually about an arty director with some experience in said movement). Whit Stillman's “The Last Days of Disco” attempted to be that film for the early '80s and the waning days of the '70s...

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    Criterion Announces New Dual-Format Editions, Slate of Titles for November Release That Includes 'Frances Ha,' Complete Zatoichi Set

    The Criterion Collection has announced its slew of releases for the month of November and, in typical Criterion fashion, the films could not be more eclectic and diverse.

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    Need Another Reason To See 'Frances Ha'? The Criterion Collection Adds The Film To Their November Lineup

    It isn't often that The Criterion Collection goes contemporary, and when they do, certain corners of the internet clutch their pearls, and cry in a cinematic rage (remember when Lena Dunham's "Tiny Furniture" dared to be granted a wacky C?). Well, we're sure someone is going to fume that [insert ran...

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    Greta Gerwig Talks Making 'Frances Ha,' Comparisons To 'Girls,' The Brewing Animated Movie With Noah Baumbach & More

    In case you hadn't noticed by now, we really, really like Noah Baumbach's "Frances Ha." The movie has stuck with us since we first caught it at Telluride last year, and with the picture officially landing in theaters this summer, it has placed on our list of 2013 Best Films Of The Year...So Far. And...

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    5 Reasons You Should Go See Noah Baumbach & Greta Gerwig's 'Frances Ha,' Plus All The Music In The Film

    It's been out for a few weeks, and has been doing very nicely in limited release (with the third-best screen average of the year so far in its first weekend), but this weekend sees Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig's "Frances Ha" expand to even more theaters.

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    Greta's New Wave: Frances Ha

    Noah Baumbach, who made an impressive directorial debut with "The Squid and the Whale," continues to blaze his own trail with an effervescent little film called "Frances Ha," which he wrote with its star, Greta Gerwig.

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    Review: Endearing & Buoyant ‘Frances Ha’ Marks A Terrific Gear Shift For Director Noah Baumbach

    Loose, limber and driven by a fierce energy and staccato/pause rhythm we haven't seen previously from this filmmaker, Noah Baumbach's sublime "Frances Ha" is a fresh and vivacious near-reinvention of the director/writer's comedic milieu. An enchanting riff on friendship and the late-20-something ri...

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