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    The Science of Spirituality: Michael Pitt on the Visionary "I Origins"

    The often hilarious and always insightful performer talked to us recently about the future of film, what interests him about each new character, and even the importance of spiritual conviction.

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    Interview: Tessa Thompson Talks Emotionally Charged Scenes in 'Selma,' Becoming an Indie Poster Child w/'Dear White People,' & More

    It's a busy time for Tessa Thompson, who appears in two much-discussed films being released later this year, Ava DuVernay's sweeping Civil Rights drama, "Selma," and Justin Simien's highly anticipated racial satire "Dear White People."

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    The Agonies Of "Passing" - Considering the Murder Mystery 'Sapphire'

    Of all of the "passing for white" films, Basil Dearden's 1959 murder mystery 'Sapphire' might be the doozy of the bunch.

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    Philip Seymour Hoffman's 12 Best Performances

    This Friday should have been a cause for celebration: the release of "A Most Wanted Man," an adaptation of John Le Carre's novel by one of our favorite working filmmakers, Anton Corbijn ("Control," "The American"), and starring one of our finest working actors, Philip Seymour Hoffman. Instead, it's ...

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    A Trip Down Memory Lane w/ 1970s Actress Marlene Clark ('Ganja & Hess')

    A rare interview (a fairly comprehensive one too) with the actress.

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    Actress Shanti Ashanti on Embracing Conflict in the Role She Plays in 'Gun Hill' (Re-Airs on BET Tonight, 7:30pm)

    When I auditioned for the original BET movie, "Gun Hill," writer/director Reggie Rock Bythewood asked me, “How would you feel about playing a woman who is half Israeli and half Palestinian?"

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    'Very Good Girls' Cinematographer Bobby Bukowski on Shooting Five Films Back-to-Back

    It's been a busy year and a half for cinematographer Bobby Bukowski. Over the past 18 months, he has shot five indie films, including "Rosewater," Jon Stewart’s directorial debut, Maya Forbes' "Infinitely Polar Bear," Naomi Foner's "Very Good Girls," Remin Bahrani's "99 Homes" and Oren Moverman's "T...

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    11 Actors in Need of an Indie Intervention

    Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton's latest film "And So It Goes" was so bad that we walked out. They, and these 11 other actors, need an indie intervention.

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    Ahead of 'Finding Fela's' Release, Watch Femi Kuti Speak on His Father’s Legacy, Politics & Afrobeat

    At one point, it was rumored that the son would play the father in the Fela biopic that's been set up at Focus Features for many years now.

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