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    WATCH: The High and Very Low Points of the Media's Treatment of Women in 2013

    The Representation Project has created a four-minute supercut of how women fared in the media over the past year. It begins with the high points -- because there were many -- and then moves on to the low points, as a sharp reminder that striving for gender equality must remain a top priority. Watch ...

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    EXCLUSIVE Video: Inventor Tim Jenison Discusses How He Cracked a 350 Year Old Mystery in Oscar Shortlisted Doc 'Tim's Vermeer'

    Magician and filmmaker Teller's wonderfully mind-boggling doc "Tim's Vermeer," on inventor Tim Jenison's goal to unlock the secret behind Dutch master Johannes Vermeer's photorealistic paintings, begins its awards qualifying run today (December 6 in New York; December 13 in LA). The film recently ma...

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    In Memory of Nelson Mandela, Watch These Films About the South African Revolutionary For Free On SnagFilms

    It's indisputable that Nelson Mandela, whose death was announced yesterday, will continue to live on through his ideals and the countless lives he inspired. But his legacy will also endure thanks to the cinematic medium.

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    Watch: A Woman Gets Invited to a Kinky Housewarming Party in Exclusive 'White Reindeer' Scene

    With Zach Clarke's "White Reindeer" opening in select theaters today (it's also available on VOD), Indiewire is pleased to exclusively premiere a scene from the dark comedy.

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    Watch: Errol Morris Explains to Indiewire Why Donald Rumsfeld Was the 'Strangest Interview' He's Ever Done

    After completing his latest documentary feature, Errol Morris professed that the film captured "the strangest interview I’ve ever done." And for Morris, the man famous for the invention of his interviewing machine aptly coined The Interrotron, this conversation with former Secretary of Defense Donal...

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    Stream Them Now: Get Your French New Wave Education with 9 Films Available to Stream on Hulu Plus

    From Wes Anderson to Steven Soderbergh, contemporary filmmakers are often unambiguously influenced by the French New Wave. Through the 50s to 60s the French New Wave brought with it an explosive fountain of art and inspiration that became not merely a pioneering trend in French cinematic culture...

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    We Are Mis-Represented

    Great video from the folks at The Representation Project proving that there is still so much work to do.

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    Watch: 'Is This Really What You Think of Women?' Indie Filmmakers Ask Mainstream Media

    The people at The Representation Project have just released a video that takes a look at how women were portrayed in the media in 2013. While there were a number of popular films and television shows with female leads and women professionals received more recognition for the work they do in certain...

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    Trailers from Hell: Robert Aldrich's 'The Last Days of Sodom and Gomorrah,' with Sergio Leone as Uncredited Second Unit Director

    Sergio Leone Week! continues at Trailers from Hell, with director Brian Trenchard-Smith introducing "The Last Days of Sodom and Gomorrah." Leone was an (uncredited) second unit director on this epic potboiler directed by Robert Aldrich, whose own appetite for lurid scenarios is on full display (it w...

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    WATCH: New Trailer for Spike Jonze's 'Her'

    A second trailer has arrived for Spike Jonze's "Her," starring Joaquin Phoenix as one Theodore Twambly, a writer so heartbroken following the end of a long-term relationship that he strikes up a tech-age romance with a computer operating system, huskily voiced by Scarlett Johansson. Watch below.

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