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    iPOP | Felicity Jones at the Gothams and Other Pics From the Week

    It's been a big week for "Like Crazy" star Felicity Jones. On Monday, the British beauty beat out some fierce competition (including "Martha Marcy May Marlene"'s Elizabeth Olsen) to snag Best Breakthrough Performance. And on Thursday, the National Board of Review awarded her with their Breakthrough ...

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    Honor Roll 2011 | Mike Mills on "Beginners," a Love Letter to his Father

    "As a filmmaker, I don't really believe in objectivity or fiction or documentary," "Beginners" director Mike Mills told Indiewire. "All those categories I find are more professional categories than real things. As a son of a man who pretended to be one thing for 33 years...

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    Joshua Spencer on his film "The Fight For Water"

    In his film, "The Fight For Water" - available in its entirety at the bottom of this page courtesy of SnagFilms - filmmaker Joshua Spencer takes a look at the untold story of contamination in the Amazon.

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    Rachel Weisz on Working with Malick

    Rachel Weisz on Working with Malick

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    Weekend Preview: Sex & Power Dominate The Box Office: Shame, Sleeping Beauty, Coriolanus, Outrage, The Lady

    Forget feel-good holiday movies: themes of sex and power dominate this weekend's newcomers. Feast on the dark side before more heartwarming Christmas fare hits multiplexes--"War Horse" will loosen your tear ducts and we can assume 9/11 drama "Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close&...

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    A New Home For Old Movies

    At a recent Hollywood screening a film buff I’ve known for many years asked why he couldn’t find some vintage titles in my newest annual Movie Guide. I asked if he’d looked in our companion volume, 'Leonard Maltin’s Classic Movie Guide', and he told me he didn’t know there was such a thing. Arrghhh!...

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    How "Kinyarwanda" Director Alrick Brown Found Power in Nonviolence

    Alrick Brown's 2011 Sundance World Cinema Audience Award Winner "Kinyarwanda" is a complex portrait of love, loss and forgiveness during the Rwandan genocide. The film is named for one of the many languages spoken in the country. Brown envisioned a story that would capture the essence ...

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    Roman Polanski Interview by Le Figaro: Misses Hollywood and Nicholson, Wants to Do Film About Aging

    The French newspaper "Le Figaro" sat down for an interview with director Roman Polanski, whose new film, "Carnage," based on Yasmina Reza's French play "God of Carnage," was released in France yesterday.

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    Steven Soderbergh On Gina Carano In 'Haywire': "It's So Satisfying Watching Her Beat The Shit Out Of The Cast"

    With Steven Soderbergh's next next next film being announced earlier in the week as psychological thriller "The Bitter Pill" his next, "Haywire" (shot before "Contagion," but released after, although still ahead of the just-wrapped "Magic Mike") is getting...

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