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    An Interview With Werner Herzog

    I decided I needed to supplment this article on indieWIRE - which is basically ten quotes from my interview Werner Herzog - with some audio as Herzog's delivery makes his glorious ramblings so much more. After the jump.

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    iW Video | Reverse Shot Talkies: Cédric Klapisch

    "The world that we live in can be very fake, but the stories that we want to tell are real," observed director Cédric Klapisch in a video interview with Reverse Shot's Eric Hynes. "I think that very often I try to show that combination."

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    cinemadaily | John Huston's "Fat City" Re-enters the Ring

    "In production during the period when the existential road film and the hippie western represented the height of Hollywood maverick-ism, John Huston's 1972 'Fat City' was a critical hit—hailed then as the 66-year-old's comeback and obvious now as the rejuvenated director's contribution to the New Wa...

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    Her Own Verse Enemy: Jane Campion's "Bright Star"

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    REVIEW | Succeeding On Her Own Terms: Samantha Morton's "The Unloved"

    Actors directing features at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival tackled wildly different material, but each displayed an attempt to try something ambitious. Maybe hanging around in front of the camera engenders a desire to figure out its boundaries, or perhaps veterans of the set simp...

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    Werner Explains It All: 10 Herzogian Insights

    Werner Herzog has been the subject of much curiosity at the Toronto Film Festival. He has two films - both centered around policeman - screening at the festival in "The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans" and "My Son, My Son What Have Ye Done." The former received considerable media attention...

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    Fincher's Nike Ad

    Check out this David Fincher Nike ad: the art of fiddling with a digital image.

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    Why iTunes, Now More Than Ever

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    Krasinski's 'Hideous Men' Coming to Hulu

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    Oscars: France Picks A Prophet, Spain Misses Broken Embraces

    As expected, France has submitted SPC's Cannes pick-up A Prophet for Oscar consideration. And Spain has not submitted Pedro Almodovar's Broken Embraces. Check out the foreign line-up at The Film Experience, which keeps track of the foreign Oscar race. 21 films have already been submitted.

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