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    Honor Roll 2011 | "Melancholia" Star Kirsten Dunst Talks von Trier, Cannes and Her Comeback Year

    At 29, Kirsten Dunst has more than 25 years' experience. But nothing can quite compare to shooting "Melancholia" with Lars von Trier, the Danish bad-boy auteur who's almost as well known for eliciting career-best performances from his actresses as he is for igniting controversy. ...

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    IN THE WORKS: Bejo Goes Brit, Coppola's Burglar Bunch

    Bérénice Bejo has landed a role in the UK's "The Scapegoat," based on Daniel Pennac's French novel, "Au Bonheur des Ogres." Raphaël Personnaz and Emir Kusturica will costar.

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    Diablo Cody Says 'Sweet Valley High' Movie Will Be "Hard R" & More From The Writer, Director & Stars Of 'Young Adult'

    Diablo Cody Says 'Sweet Valley High' Movie Will Be "Hard R" & More From The Writer, Director & Stars Of 'Young Adult'

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    Awards Season Backlash—Already!

    Every year, it seems, some good movies suffer from what I call Awards Season Backlash. Because the season started earlier than usual this year—and intensified when the New York Film Critics decided to vote right after Thanksgiving—the bounce-back has already begun, I’m sorry to say...

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    Madonna Premieres "W.E." in NY: "No one has gotten me a glass of champagne like they did in Venice and Toronto. So I’m sober and I hope I like the film."

    After screening her decidely ambitious historical romance "W.E." to less than stellar reviews in Venice, Toronto and London, Madonna brought her baby to MoMA Sunday night for the premiere in the city where she got her start, New York. With Madonna in attendance, the crowd for the Cine...

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    INTERVIEW: Jason Reitman Made Unmakeable Young Adult for $12 Million

    Jason Reitman is in a different place than he was during the release of "Up in the Air," when he pushed and pushed to gain entrance into the Oscar club. It crushed him on Oscar night  when adapted screenplay went to Geoffrey Fletcher for "Precious." Was Reitman too young, to...

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    Director Tomas Alfredson Says 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy' Sequel Will Happen "At The Right Moment" & "For The Right Reasons"

    Director Tomas Alfredson Says 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy' Sequel Will Happen "At The Right Moment" & "For The Right Reasons"

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    Rejected By Sundance, Profile #1 - Watch Michael Fequiere's Short Film "Traum"

    Last week, after the Sundance festival committee announced its 2012 slate, I posted an entry requesting all those who submitted films to the festival, whose films were rejected, to email me and introduce themselves and their films, so that I can, at the very least, take a look at their work, an...

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    Honor Roll 2011 | "We Need To Talk About Kevin" Director Lynne Ramsay: "This is not an issue movie"

    Lynne Ramsay is back. The Scottish director first made a name for herself with her acclaimed 1999 debut "Ratcatcher," which she followed with the similarly well-received 2002 effort "Morvern Callar," a Directors' Fortnight entry.

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    Jon Bowermaster on his film "SoLa, Louisiana Water Stories"

    Jon Bowermaster on his film "SoLa, Louisiana Water Stories"

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