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    BYOD Video: Filmmakers Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato Discuss Making 'Being Chaz' and Filming with Cher

    This particular installment sees Timoner talking to Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato, directors of such documentaries as "Party Monster" and "Inside Deep Throat," to talk about their 2011 doc "Being Chaz," which detailed the travails of Chaz Bono's life after his gender reassignment surgery, with Bon...

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    Happy Friday: Be Bro-Choice with Sarah Silverman

    This week has been a huge news week for women's reproductive rights. From the very good-- Wendy Davis standing up and being a hero for women everywhere. To the very bad--Rick Perry attacking Davis for being a teen mother to Ohio passing a new state budget with INSANE abortion restrictions.

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    WATCH: Striking New Trailer for Kidnapping Procedural 'Prisoners,' Starring Jackman and Gyllenhaal

    A new trailer for Denis Villeneuve's "Prisoners" has arrived, and it looks to be a taut, engaging kidnapping procedural featuring stand-out performances from leads Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal. A small-town carpenter (Jackman) endures the unthinkable when his young daughter goes missing, and tak...

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    Watch The New David Lynch-Directed Nine Inch Nails Video (That Comes With a Seizure Warning)

    Nine Inch Nails and David Lynch fans (among whom there's surely considerable crossover) were given a serious treat today with the release of the Lynch-directed video for "Came Back Haunted," the first single off Nine Inch Nails' highly anticipated new album "Hesitation Marks."

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    Watch Xavier Dolan On Stage at MoMA Discussing His New Film, His First Time In Cannes, and His Unabashed Love For 'Jumanji'

    Xavier Dolan's third feature film "Laurence Anyways" is finally making its way to U.S. theaters this weekend, but before you see it (which you most definitely should), check out these three clips of Dolan's chat with the Museum of Modern Art's Rajendra Roy and Indiewire's own Peter Knegt during MoMA...

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    VIDEO ESSAY: LIE BACK AND ENJOY IT by Jessica Bardsley

    What does it mean to watch, and to record, daily life? Can plain, simple documentation, which would seem at times to be anti-lyrical, have its own music?

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    Watch: Here's the First Clip From Lars von Trier's Sexual Epic 'Nymphomaniac'

    Heroine Joe (Stacy Martin; Gainsbourg plays her in her later years) and her friend B (Sophie Kennedy Clark) set their sights on a pair of boys on a train. We can only guess what happens next.

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    WATCH: Ruffalo Plays Sex Addict in Comedy 'Thanks for Sharing,' with Paltrow and Robbins (TRAILER)

    The first trailer for "Thanks for Sharing," the directorial debut "The Kids are All Right" co-writer Stuart Blumberg, has been released. The film, which premiered last year at TIFF, stars Mark Ruffalo as a sex addict and Gwyneth Paltrow as the woman who loves him, with Tim Robbins co-starring.

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    Trailer Watch: The New Black - Directed by Yoruba Richen

    In honor of a historic day in American history, we bring you the new trailer for Yoruba Richen's documentary The New Black which just won the AFI Docs Film Festival Audience Award and played at the Los Angeles Film Festival. The whole team from Women and Hollywood has seen the film and are big fans.

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    Trailer of the Week: Guy Pearce Finds Felicity Jones Too Tempting in Sundance Entry, 'Breathe In'

    Before We Saw the Trailer We Thought: Anything that brings Felicity Jones back to the big screen is a good thing, and if it's with her "Like Crazy" director Drake Doremus, well, all the better. The British actress has appeared in a number of low profile projects since her breakout in the long-distan...

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