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    FUTURES | Lawyer-Turned-"Cook County" Director David Pomes

    Houston filmmaker David Pomes was a full-time lawyer not too long ago. Now, with his first feature "Cook County" coming out, and a second film in the can, it doesn't seem like he'll be falling back on his previous career.

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    At 89, Jonas Mekas Is Busier Than Ever. What's His Secret?

    Life can sometimes feel like a Jonas Mekas movie, especially when Mekas is there.

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    Video: Gary Oldman Performed 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy''s Smiley in One or Two Takes

    Still waters run deep. That's the secret behind John LeCarre's master British spy George Smiley as played by Gary Oldman in "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy." The role marks a sharp turn from wild and crazy character actor ("Dracula," "The Professional," "Ai...

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    Hope You Like Synths: The Best Scores & Soundtracks Of 2011

    Way back in the day, The Playlist started as a site focused principally on the places where movies and music met, and in particular, on scores and soundtracks. We've widened our net in the intervening years simply because that sole focus felt too small and we're movie lovers just as much as ...

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    AARON ARADILLAS: Taking Aim: Oliver Stone's JFK @ 20

    Released in 1991, JFK is the first official film of the ‘90s. Director Oliver Stone, a dramatist first and foremost, uses the defining moment of the second half of the 20th century – the assassination of President John F. Kennedy – to try to figure out what exactly went so wrong in the wake of Ameri...

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    10 Questions With Rashaad Ernesto Green (Writer/Director "Gun Hill Road")

    Yes, the series still lives; some of you have asked me about it recently. I unloaded several at once a few weeks ago, and haven't posted any since then. More are coming, so don't worry :)

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    Honor Roll 2011 | Glenn Close and Janet McTeer On the Unsung Heroes of 'Albert Nobbs'

    "Albert Nobbs" is known as the Glenn Close Passion Project, the One Where She Plays a Man, but the film is a much more complicated construction. It's the story of, yes, one Albert Nobbs (Close), a waiter who works in a 19th-century Dublin hotel. Albert is also a woman living a very cir...

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    Filmmaker Cedric Klapisch Researched the 1% for 'My Piece of the Pie'

    "My Piece of the Pie," the latest from director Cedric Klapisch ("L'Auberge Espagnole") is a timely contemporary dramedy that touches upon the economic crisis that's crippled much of the world. The film concerns a single mother (Karen Viard) who's forced to becom...

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    From Bloody Murders To Bridesmaid Speeches: The 25 Best Movie Moments Of 2011

    The great Howard Hawks once famously said that what makes a good film is "three great scenes, and no bad ones." While we'd argue that that's not an absolute hard-and-fast rule, he wasn't far off. With 2011 providing a number of above-average films, there've been plenty of m...

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    Honor Roll 2011 | "Drive" Director Nicolas Winding Refn: "Lars von Trier is getting old"

    By the middle of this year's Cannes Film Festival, everyone was talking about Lars von Trier. Then another Danish filmmaker came to town and stole some of his thunder: Nicholas Winding Refn, in competition with the ultra-violent Ryan Gosling vehicle "Drive," premiered his crowdpleasing...

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