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    Oscar Predictions 2015

    As the fall festivals unwind, here are some possibilities for Oscar consideration for 2015.

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    'Gone Girl' and 'St. Vincent' Form the Core of the Zurich Film Festival Lineup

    A selection of prominent gala premieres have been announced for the Zurich Film Festival, which runs from Sept 25-Oct 5 this year.

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    The Indiewire 2014 Fall Preview: The 21 Films We've Already Seen That You Need To

    The third and final of our three Fall Movie Previews highlights the films we've been lucky enough to see this year that you can't miss.

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    Watch: The Trailer Park Boys Oppose Legal Pot in Exclusive Clip from 'Don't Legalize It'

    The 'Trailer Park Boys' oppose the Canadian legalization of marijuana, but not for the reasons you might think.

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    Pornhub Sexes Up the Emmys With Parodies of 'House of Cards,' 'The Big Bang Theory' and 'Mad Men'

    What do porn and the Emmys have in common? For once, the answer has nothing to do with "Game of Thrones."

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    Watch: Mira Sorvino on Speaking 5 Languages, Comedy and Her Role in BBC America's Drama Series 'Intruders'

    Indiewire's Casey Cipriani chatted with Oscar-winner Mira Sorvino as part of Apple's "Meet the Actor" series.

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    Watch: James Franco's 'The Sound and the Fury' Clip Features Award-Worthy Scott Haze

    Creating tension in a single clip, out of context, is an art. And in this clip, Franco and his marketing representatives nailed it.

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    How the Director of 'No Cameras Allowed' Turned Crashing Music Festivals Into a Documentary

    Marcus Haney didn't grow up watching a lot of movies, and never went to concerts. Yet by age 25, he managed to tour as a photographer with Mumford and Sons, and his first feature-length music documentary, "No Cameras Allowed," just had its broadcast premiere on MTV.

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    TIFF: 9 Actors Who Directed Films Playing at This Year's Festival

    Here are nine well-known actors with films playing in this year's Toronto International Film Festival that they directed.

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    TIFF: The 12 Films With The Most Oscar Potential at This Year's Festival

    A slew of Oscar winners have premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival over the years, including "Slumdog Millionaire," "The King's Speech" and "Crash." With this year's edition launching on Thursday, we take a look at the films screening at the event that stand the best chance at enterin...

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    Screen Media Acquires Chris Messina's Directorial Debut 'Alex of Venice'

    "Alex of Venice" premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival earlier this year and will continue to screen at festivals throughout the fall.

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    Telluride Review: 'Merchants of Doubt' Takes Lobbyists to Task and Falls Short

    The director of "Food, Inc." sets his sights on a new target with mixed results.

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    Watch: Greta Gerwig and Al Pacino Square Off in 'The Humbling' Trailer

    Based on the trailer, Barry Levinson's latest film appears to revel in its decadence to say the least.

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    Review: ‘The Two Faces of January,’ Starring Oscar Isaac and Viggo Mortensen, Is Not Your Typical Patricia Highsmith Adaptation

    Today's pick for Time Warner Cable's Indie Film Month is "The Two Faces of January." Here's our review of the film, which stars Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac.

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    Telluride Review: Nick Broomfield's Powerful 'Tales of the Grim Sleeper' Puts a Serial Killer in Unique Light

    Four years ago, a notorious serial killer in South Los Angeles was finally captured. But filmmaker Nick Broomfield argues that the story hasn't ended yet.

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    Telluride Review: Ethan Hawke Discovers a Brilliant Mind in 'Seymour: An Introduction'

    In his first documentary, the actor-director explores the Zen-like approach of under-appreciated piano master Seymour Bernstein.

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    7 Reasons ‘Party Down’ Is Your Next Must-See Series (That You’ve Hopefully Already Seen)

    Today, truly, is a magic day for fans of television comedy.

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    Venice Review: South Korea Gets a Firm Critique (As Does the World) in Kim Ki-Duk's 'One on One'

    The South Korean provocateur offers one of his weaker efforts, but his revenge thriller isn't devoid of a purpose.

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    Telluride Review: Reese Witherspoon Finds Nature, Catharsis in the Sentimental 'Wild'

    Jean-Marc Vallée's adaptation of the bestselling hiking tale has beautiful visuals and a great central performance, but doesn't trust those ingredients to carry the story.

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