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    Watch: Werner Herzog Explores a Cold Wilderness in Trailer for 'Happy People: A Year in the Taiga' (VIDEO)

    Fresh from playing Tom Cruise's nemesis in the Christmas blockbuster "Jack Reacher," Werner Herzog is back in theaters this month with his latest documentary, "Happy People: A Year in the Taiga." Music Box films today released the first trailer for the film, which opens in se...

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    Watch: EXCLUSIVE Sundance Trailer for Suspenseful Polish Drama, 'Lasting' (VIDEO)

    Polish director Jacek Borcuch, whose "All That I Love" played Sundance and was Poland's Oscar entry in 2011 is back in Park City this year with his latest, "Lasting." Ahead of its world premiere at the festival, Indiewire has the exclusive trailer.

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    Best Director Oscar Nominee Benh Zeitlin Talks 'Beasts of the Southern Wild' and its New Orleans Roots [Video Interview]

    What a year it's been for Benh Zeitlin's "Beasts of the Southern Wild." The indie has received four Oscar nominations, including Best Picture, Director, Actress and Addapted Screenplay. Watch my interview with Zeitlin below...

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    Watch: Frenetic and Stylish Trailer for Danny Boyle's 'Trance,' Starring James McAvoy and Rosario Dawson (VIDEO)

    The recently unveiled trailer for Danny Boyle's hotly anticipated Fox Searchlight thriller "Trance" hints at a film that aims to put you in the state described in the title. Propelled by a score from Underworld's Rick Smith, lensed just as playfully as "Slumdog Millionaire&quo...

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    Watch: Umbrellas Need Love Too in Pixar's Rainy Short Film, 'The Blue Umbrella'

    Pixar's animated short film "The Blue Umbrella" will debut in front of "Monsters University" when it hits theaters June 21.

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    New Trailer: Ginger & Rosa - Directed by Sally Potter

    Sally Potter's gorgeous Ginger & Rosa was one of my favorite films from last year's AFI Film Festival. A coming of age story, set during the Cold War, best friends Ginger (Elle Fanning) and Rosa (Alice Englert) are inseparable until both step outside of their assigned roles within their ...

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    Hot & Cold War Comedy! week continues at Trailers from Hell with TV writer Alan Spencer introducing "The Nude Bomb," a belated attempt to turn "Get Smart" into a feature film that was a surprise hit at the box office.

    Hot & Cold War Comedy! week continues at Trailers from Hell with TV writer Alan Spencer introducing "The Nude Bomb," a belated attempt to turn "Get Smart" into a feature film that was a surprise hit at the box office.

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    VIDEO ESSAY: Gangster Culture in the Movies

    "He used to be a big shot." That's how a gangster's girlfriend describes him as she cradles his corpse at the end of "The Roaring Twenties." But the line could be plugged into any gangster film that ends with a tough-talking, two-fisted, hot-tempered alpha male cooling his heels in prison, frying in...

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    Watch: Trailer for Michael Bay's '90s Set 'Pain & Gain' with Wahlberg, Johnson & Mackie

    Oh, Michael Bay. Keep milking the pockets of teenage boys and overgrown manchildren as long as you can, because one day--there is hope--the dominating movie tastes will change. In Bay's upcoming "Pain & Gain," out April 26, Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson and Anthony Mackie star...

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    VIDEO ESSAY: Steadicam Progress - the Career of Paul Thomas Anderson in Five Shots

    With The Master winning the Best Cinematography award from the National Society of Film Critics over the weekend, here's a look at the evolution of Paul Thomas Anderson's approach to his films' camerawork over his first five features

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