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    Watch: The Scene From Noah Baumbach's 'Frances Ha' That Took 42 Takes To Get Right

    Earlier this week we dropped our 15 Most Anticipated Indie Films Of The Summer, not only to give some attention to the movies that will be flying a bit more under the radar, but as a reminder that there is plenty of great stuff to see that doesn't involve superhero underoos and explosions. And one f...

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    'Frances Ha' Q & A: Greta Gerwig, Noah Baumbach on Collaborating, Shooting Black-and-White in NY (TRAILER)

    On Monday night, Film Independent at LACMA screened the wonderful new black-and-white indie "Frances Ha," and director Noah Baumbach and stars Greta Gerwig and Mickey Sumner appeared for a Q and A.

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    Details Revealed About Noah Baumbach's 'Frances Ha' Follow-Up With Greta Gerwig, Also Has Animated Movie In Development

    Even after the quick and quiet production of his Greta Gerwig-starring dramedy “Frances Ha,” it's unlikely that director Noah Baumbach is taking on a new, J.J. Abrams level of secrecy to his projects. However, his latest film still does seem to mark a new chapter in the filmmaker's career, with its...

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    Exclusive: Noah Baumbach Says 'While We're Young' With Ben Stiller Will Shoot This Fall; Cagey About New Untitled Film He Is Shooting Now

    We recently had the good fortune to speak with filmmaker Noah Baumbach as he starts the long, winding road of press for the upcoming release of his latest film, the sublime black-and-white character piece and uproarious comedy "Frances Ha," starring Greta Gerwig (who also co-wrote the screenplay wit...

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    Trailer of the Week: A Pleasurable Irony in the New Trailer for Baumbach's 'Frances Ha'

    Black and white gem "Frances Ha," the latest feature from Noah Baumbach, appeared on our radars to much surprise last July just ahead of its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.

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    Watch: Play Fight With The New Trailer For Noah Baumbach's 'Frances Ha' Starring Greta Gerwig

    How long has it been since we've had a movie like this? After a long Oscar season, and lots of serious movies and discussions, a new trailer for Noah Baumbach's "Frances Ha" has appeared like a spring breeze.

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    Review: Noah Baumbach's 'Frances Ha,' Starring Muse Greta Gerwig (VIDEO)

    Noah Baumbach's "Frances Ha" (May 17) follows a young woman drifting through the generous definition of "coming of age" that has become en vogue with the advent of Mumblecore and American indie films over the past decade. Frances Halliday (Greta Gerwig, who co-wrote the film and also starred in Baum...

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    Greta Gerwig Shines in First Poster and Clip from Noah Baumbach's New Comedy 'Frances Ha'

    Since becoming an audience favorite at last year's Telluride, Toronto, and New York Film Festivals, word has been relatively quiet on Noah Baumbach's latest feature film "Frances Ha." But along with distributor IFC Films' announcement of the film's release date, the film's first clip and poster have...

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    First Poster & Clip From Noah Baumbach's 'Frances Ha' Starring Greta Gerwig

    Shot in damn near-complete secrecy and announced to the world as part of last year’s TIFF line-up, Noah Baumbach’s newest film “Frances Ha” hits theaters later this year and a new poster and clip have arrived online.

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    Heroines of Cinema: An A-Z of Women in Film in 2012

    Given the difficulty in characterising a single year in film, even through a specific prism such as gender, I have opted for the catalogue format of an A-Z review.

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