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    Review: Why 'Happy Christmas' is Joe Swanberg's Most Accessible Work

    From the first frame of Joe Swanberg's "Happy Christmas," there's an immediate sense of change afoot.

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    The 25 Highest Grossing Indies of 2014 (A Running List)

    Here's a chart of 2014's twenty-five highest grossing films (so far, clearly) tracked by Indiewire's box office charts.

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    FX Passes on Charlie Kaufman TV Pilot 'How & Why.' Is the Writer Too Smart for TV?

    The comedy and drama genre bender will not air on the awards-hungry cable network, despite the prestigious names involved.

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    Check Out This DIY Slow Motion, But Don't Try It At Home

    DIY filmmaker and special effects guru Joey Shanks recently rented the Casio EX-F1 for a week and captured this really cool slow-mo.

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    Watch: Bend Time in Twisted 'Predestination' Trailer with Ethan Hawke

    "Predestination" is written and directed by Michael and Peter Spierig (the Spierig Brothers), who also made the Ethan Hawke starring "Daybreakers" in 2009, and premiered at SXSW.

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    Fox's 'Gracepoint': 5 Things We Learned From David Tennant, Cast and Crew

    "Gracepoint," one of Fox's most buzzy new dramas for the Fall 2014 season, took its time on stage at the TCA tour to make a serious push for critics to appreciate the show on its own merits, despite the fact that the show is a remake of the series "Broadchurch," which was a monster hit in Britain.

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    Watch: James Franco Releases the 25-Minute Test Reel He Made for 'Blood Meridian'

    Based on what he calls his favorite novel, James Franco shot a 25-minute test reel for an adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's "Blood Meridian" a couple of years ago, releasing it now to correspond with the release of "Child of God."

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    Watch: BBC America Brings Up More Questions Than Answers in 'Intruders' Trailer

    This thriller series is based on the book of the same name by Michael Marshall Smith about a secret clan who in pursuit of immortality by taking over the bodies of others.

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    How to Survive a Zombie Outbreak According to the Movies

    Each and every zombie movie seems to add its own flourish to the preexisting mythology. Sometimes, after rising from their earthy graves, zombies shamble slowly; other times they sprint. Sometimes they're nearly indestructible, other times they're soft and squishy. A24's charmingly lovesick "Life Af...

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