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    VIDEO ESSAY: Gliding Over All: The Cinematography of BREAKING BAD, Season 3

    Dave Bunting Jr.’s video essay on Season 3 of "Breaking Bad" opens with time-lapse landscapes, which are de rigueur establishing shots in TV these days. Here, though, they are uniquely awe-inspiring, in part for their exotic nature, and in part for how they seem to breathe life into everything.

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    Trailer of the Week: Olivier Assayas Starts the Revolution in New Trailer for 'Something in the Air'

    Best known for the intimate and highly personal dramas ("Summer Hours," "Irma Vep") that have won him a following, Olivier Assayas achieved international success on a new level with his last project, the award-winning five-hour epic "Carlos," shown as a miniseries in three parts on the Sundance Chan...

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    Where to Watch the Entire 'Veronica Mars' Series Free Online

    The possibility of a "Veronica Mars" film has the internet buzzing. As we previously reported, the show's creator Rob Thomas made Kickstarter history by creating a page for a 2 million dollar campaign. For those of you loyal fans dying for another taste of the show you love, you can head over to th...

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    Watch: Gangster James Franco Shows Off His Dollar Signs In New 'Spring Breakers' Clip

    Just in case you haven't already seen enough promo for Harmony Korine's neon bikini-filled "Spring Breakers," a new clip has surfaced to give you just one more dose before you embark on beach-side shenanigans.

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    Watch: Tribeca Programmers Talk Their Selections for the 2013 Film Festival

    Check out this video chat, live-streamed on March 12, between Slate film critic Dana Stevens and Tribeca Film Festival chief creative officer Geoffrey Gilmore, and head fest programmers Genna Terranova, Sharon Badal and Frederic Boyer as they discuss their programming process and selections for the ...

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    Watch: A Gang Member Struggles To Hide His Sexuality in Exclusive 'My Brother the Devil' Trailer

    The feature debut from Egyptian Welsh filmmaker Sally El Hosaini, "My Brother the Devil, " follows the all-too-familiar coming-of-age crime drama about youths and gangs. Yet from the looks of our exclusive new trailer, the film appears to be a refreshing approach to the genre with its stunning visua...

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    Exclusive: Watch the Opening Ten Minutes of 'Smashed,' Now Out on Blu-ray/DVD

    Over the course of her relatively short career (she's only 27), Mary Elizabeth Winstead has turned in a string of solid supporting turns in films that never really merited her talents ("Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter," anyone?). That changed last year the release of her Sundance hit "Smashed," now ...

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    Trailer Watch: Top of the Lake - a Mini-Series Directed by Jane Campion

    It's always important to note when something by Jane Campion is about to be released. Next week starts a seven part mini series Top of the Lake written and directed by Campion. It stars Elisabeth Moss as a tough young detective investigating the disappearance of a pregnant teenager in the isolated...

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    Trailers from Hell: Larry Karaszewski on 'Captains Courageous,' Starring Spencer Tracy and Freddie Bartholomew

    Spencer Tracy Week! continues at Trailers from Hell with screenwriter Larry Karaszewski introducing Victor Fleming's 1937 tearjerker "Captains Courageous," starring Tracy as fisherman Manuel and young Freddie Bartholomew as the spoiled ward aboard a New England cod boat.

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    VIDEO ESSAY: Three Reasons: Kazuo Kuroki's THE ASSASSINATION OF RYOMA

    In a time when social media allow us to be constantly inundated with discoveries of unsung heroes and their unappreciated films, please allow me to harangue you with praise for one such director who belongs among the pantheon of Japanese masters.

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