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    Video & Interview: "Blue Valentine" Director On the Mysteries of Love

    This interview was originally published during indieWIRE's coverage of the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival. "Blue Valentine" director Derek Cianfrance sat down to chat with Eugene Hernandez at the Filmmaker's Lounge during the festival. Below is the interview, along with the video recording...

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    HONOR ROLL 2010 | "12th & Delaware" Directors Grady & Ewing

    After nearly four decades since the Supreme Court legalized abortion, the debate continues to rage on in the United States about when life begins and just how much power a woman has over her own body. The broader controversy is told in a personal doc, "12th & Delaware," from veteran filmmakers Heidi...

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    HONOR ROLL 2010 | "Enemies of the People" Director Rob Lemkin

    Rob Lemkin and Thet Sambath's searing doc "Enemies of the People," premiered at this year's Sundance Film Festival and walked off with the World Documentary Special Jury Prize. Since the win, the film has continued its winning streak by collecting gongs and critical accolades at Full Frame, True/Fal...

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    HONOR ROLL 2010 | "Biutiful" Actor Javier Bardem

    For over two decades Spain's hottest male export, Oscar-winner Javier Bardem, has used his imposing figure, roguish good looks, and bracing machismo to play a slew of varied roles that showcase his penchant for taking risks.

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    HONOR ROLL 2010 | "Certified Copy" Actress Juliette Binoche

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This is part of a daily December series that will feature new or previously published interviews, profiles and first-persons of some of the year's most notable cinematic voices. This edition is republished from indieWIRE's coverage of the New York Film Festival.

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    In "The Illusionist," Chomet's Hat Tip to Tati

    This article was originally published during indieWIRE's coverage of 2010 Berlinale. Sylvian Chomet's "The Illusionist" hits theaters tomorrow, December 25.

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    The Blue Trio: Cianfrance, Gosling & Williams on Their "Valentine"

    "Blue Valentine" is a film so vivid, so raw and close to the edge it begs the question of what we become in watching it. The fourth wall is retained, yet the membrane separating viewer and the images on screen has been stripped away. You leave the theater both shaken and elated. Nurtured by director Derek Cianfrance over a twelve year period, "Valentine" is the history of a marriage, from the early days of giddy love and ecstatic sex (shot in 16 mm), to the couple's doomed effort in a cheesy motel to restore a connection that has turned toxic (shot in digital). The story is told in shuffled time, currently fashionable in indie romance, but wh...

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    "Somewhere" Director Sofia Coppola: "I enjoy extreme settings"

    It wasn't quite homesickness, but director Sofia Coppola felt a yearning for Los Angeles when she wrote her latest film "Somewhere," opening in the U.S. Wednesday. After the over the top posh environs and Baroque/Roccoco palate that permeated her previous film, "Marie Antoinette," set in the trappin...

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    For Your Consideration: 60 Women That Defined "The Year of the Actress"

    It is a remarkable shame that when this awards season is all said and done, only ten actresses will be left standing with Oscar nominations, and only two with actual Oscars. Because while last year at this time Kathryn Bigelow's potential directing Oscar had the blogosphere declaring 2009 "the year ...

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    22 Classic Westerns We Love

    There are two genres that every filmmaker wants to tackle: the musical and the western. Having flirted with the latter a number of times, the Coen Brothers, undoubtedly one of the foremost filmmaking teams of their generation, have finally delivered their first full-flung oater with "True G...

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