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    Introducing the Double Down

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    Stuart Urban on "Tovarisch": Presto, the Elements of a Movie were There! (Watch It Now)

    At the age of thirteen in 1972, Stuart Urban became the youngest director to have a film shown at Cannes. As an adult, Urban became a successful director of both features and documentary films, winning multiple British Academy Awards. I sat down with Urban to discuss his long gestating documentary, ...

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    Film Critics in Focus, Again: New Theories, No Consensus

    At the arrival of art criticism into a new medium, the sirens inevitably sound. And as the preferred mode for reading film criticism continues to move online and full-time critics for reputable print publications head into the freelancing world, many people, full-time critics and freelancers, who g...

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    18 ND/NF Directors In Their Own Words

    The following is a series of interviews with directors whose films are screening at the New Directors/New Film Festival.

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    FUTURES | "Breaking Upwards" Filmmaker Daryl Wein

    Tisch graduate and life-long New Yorker Daryl Wein is a jack-of-all-trades. Drawn to acting at an early age, the affably appealing Wein began exploring filmmaking when his dad bought him his first camcorder in high school. Since then he's been shifting back and forth between the two, with success th...

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    Things I Learned at Lunch This Week, from Black Swan to Bono

    In recovery from awards season, I'm back to eating the occasional meal with folks like Phoenix Pictures honcho Mike Medavoy, who met me for lunch at Fraiche in Culver City. He brought along production exec David Thwaites (a one-time child actor in Britain who started as assistant with Medavoy) and F...

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    Piling on Sandra Bullock

    I feel so bad for Sandra Bullock that I can barely read another piece of news about Jessegate. It seems that this guy is rivaling Tiger Woods and John Edwards for dooshbag of the year. The Nazi pictures. The girlfriend with more tattoos than him. The fact that he told one girlfriend that he was ...

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    Method Fest Caps with "UrFrenz" & "Tic" Taking Prizes

    California's Method Fest gave out its prizes Wednesday night, maintaining its tradition spotlighting actors with Lily Holleman winning the event's Christie Geraldine Page Award for Best Actress for her performance in "UrFrenz," while Brian Cox took the Time Warner Cable John Garfield Award for Best ...

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    Reverse Shot Talkies #13: Michel Gondry

    Michel Gondry (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) talks to host Eric Hynes about capturing and constructing reality for his new documentary The Thorn in the Heart, contemplates movie trickery, pantomimes fratricide, and plays ping-pong with himself.

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