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    Exclusive Video: Ron Howard, Jonathan Glazer and Jason Bateman Tell You How to Get Your Film Made

    Movies On Demand and Indiewire partnered up at the Toronto International Film Festival to interview some of the highest profile filmmakers with films at the event and ask them: "What advice would you give to aspiring filmmakers who one day dream of premiering a film at the festival?"

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    Watch: Trailer for James Franco's Sal Mineo Biopic 'Sal'

    Long after playing the festival circuit in 2011, Tribeca Film has released the trailer for James Franco's directorial effort "Sal" ahead of its Fall debut. The biopic chronicles the final day in the life of actor Sal Mineo (Val Lauren), the 1950s teen idol and Academy Award nominee for his roles in ...

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    Trailer of the Week: Judi Dench Searches For Her Long Lost Son In 'Philomena'

    Before the Trailer, We Thought: Though we know Steve Coogan can serve up funny in his travel comedies, the idea of Coogan in a true story drama as BBC correspondent Martin Sixsmith helping an Irish woman (Judi Dench) search for the illegitimate son she gave up for adoption in the U.S seems a bit o...

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    VIDEO ESSAY: Gliding Over All: The Cinematography of BREAKING BAD, Season 5.2

    The final episode of "Breaking Bad" was a tender goodbye. The great Heisenberg went out with a sigh of contentment, rather than a roar of pride.

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    Trailer Watch: New Trailer for Philomena - Starring Judi Dench

    Philomena, starring Judi Dench, has taken the festival circuit by storm--receiving critical praise at Toronto and nabbing the Best Screenplay award at Venice.

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    Matt Porterfield Shares a Scene From His Award-Winning 'I Used To Be Darker,' Featuring Palme d'Or Winner Adèle Exarchopoulos

    Matt Porterfield is back following his critically acclaimed sophomore feature "Putty Hill," with the affecting drama "I Used to Be Darker," which premiered at Sundance this year before playing at Berlin and winning Best Narrative Feature at the Atlanta Film Festival. The Baltimore-set film stars Kim...

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    Jennifer Hudson Channels Olivia Pope In Funny Or Die's Affordable Care Act Plug, 'Scandalous'

    With a government shutdown looming, thanks to a face-off between Congress and the president over government spending, as a new fiscal year begins tomorrow - with Obamacare (aka the Affordable Care Act) the most contentious of issues on the spending bill - the folks at Funny Or Die have released a ne...

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    Trailer Watch: Full Trailer for Black Nativity - Directed by Kasi Lemmons

    Kasi Lemmons' Black Nativity is based on Langston Hughes' infamous retelling of the Nativity story with an all black cast.

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    Trailers from Hell: Larry Karaszewski on Joseph Losey's 'Secret Ceremony,' Starring Taylor, Farrow and Mitchum

    The Dark Side of Sanity! kicks off at Trailers from Hell, with screenwriter Larry Karazsewski introducing "Secret Ceremony," which he calls "nobody's favorite Joseph Losey film," starring Elizabeth Taylor, Robert Mitchum and Mia Farrow. Losey is bettter known for deftly angst-ridden titles like 1951...

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    Watch The Hilarious 'SNL' Spoof of 'Girls,' With Tina Fey Playing The New 'Girl'

    There's a new girl on "Girls." Her name is Blerta and she's from Albania. She's actually played by Tina Fey in a hilarious parody of "Girls" on "SNL." As an outsider and newcomer to the "Girls" group, Blerta has keen insight into the quirky group of friends and their relatively petty problems.

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