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    Watch: Clive Owen Continues to Be a Cad in 2 Clips From 'The Knick' Episode 3

    These two clips from tomorrow night's episode of Cinemax's "The Knick" put Clive Owen in a difficult position.

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    WATCH: Sexy, Haunting New 'White Bird In A Blizzard' Trailer Stars Shailene Woodley

    Writer/director Gregg Araki sheds his new-wave queer cinema roots for this Shailene Woodley vehicle about a 17-year-old girl whose sexual awakening coincides with the disappearance of her mother, played by Eva Green.

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    Who Will Pick Up Spike Lee's Kickstarter Horror Comedy 'Da Sweet Blood of Jesus'?

    Following Spike Lee's June 22 debut of his Kickstarter project "Da Sweet Blood of Jesus" as the closing night at the American Black Film Festival, where it earned middling reviews, Lee is in talks to find the right distributor. Where is the horror comedy going to end up? Lee has screened the film fo...

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    Cannes is Waiting for Nollywood. Will Nollywood Answer?

    Except for Newton Aduaka, Ngozi Onwurah, Andrew Dosunmu and Akin Omotosho, no other Nigerian filmmaker has taken up the challenge to compete on the world stage of the major international film festivals, and until Nollywood movies can compete at the highest levels in the world, from Cannes to the Osc...

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    Interview: Michael Winterbottom Talks Reteaming With Steve Coogan & Rob Brydon For 'The Trip To Italy'

    Michael Winterbottom has had one of the most diverse and unpredictable careers of any director working: across 22 films in 20 years, he’s tackled virtually every genre, with films set all over the world, working with everyone from A-list stars like Angelina Jolie, to non-professional actors. And thi...

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    David Yates Returns To The World Of Harry Potter To Direct 'Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them'

    Never say never. After four films in the world of "Harry Potter," David Yates seemed to have moved on. He's now directing "Tarzan," and was involved in the early stages of the FX series "Tyrant." But it appears J.K. Rowling has worked her magic on him once again, as Yates is going back to the world ...

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    First AMERICAN HORROR STORY, Now TRUE DETECTIVE: Why Award Nominations Say More Than You Think

    No matter how TV-literate we may fancy ourselves, the anthology series retains the capacity to surprise us in ways (kind, quality, and frequency) that a traditional drama can’t match.

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    Taylor Swift Didn’t Do It Alone: 13 Film Directors Who Dabbled in Music Videos

    In honor of director Mark Romanek's work on Taylor Swift's latest music video, we're taking a look at other film directors who've worked in the field.

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    'The Iron Ministry' and 'Horse Money': Of Non-Places and Men

    New movies from Pedro Costa and J.P. Sniadecki find themselves everywhere and nowhere.

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    New York Film Festival's Projections Lineup Promises 3 Days of Experimental Film

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center has pulled back the curtain on the New York Film Festival's Projections lineup, a slate of experimental films unspooling October 3-5.

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