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    Trailer Watch: The Patience Stone

    The Patience Stone was the movie in Toronto that two separate women told me I needed to see. And boy was it worth it. It is basically a monologue performed brilliantly by Iranian actress Golshifteh Farahani to her husband who is lying in a coma after being injured in war. The woman is unnamed, as...

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    Trailers from Hell: Josh Olson on Coens' Neo-Gangster Nonpareil 'Miller's Crossing'

    "Coen Brothers Week!" continues at Trailers from Hell, today with screenwriter Josh Olson introducing the brothers' brilliant neo-gangster-noir tale of Prohibition-era heavies, featuring a shockingly bad-ass Albert Finney and an elegantly wind-blustered fedora.

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    Latest Trailer for 'The Hobbit' -- Bilbo and the 13 Dwarves

    Check out the latest trailer for Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey," which doesn't add an unexpected amount of new info to the mix, but does focues on the comedic element of 13 dwarves whose names all sound alike.

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    Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg Direct Knuckleball

    Who says women can't direct sports movies?  Stern and Sundberg who directed the amazing documentary on Joan Rivers, Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work have set their sights now on the world of baseball and the maligned pitchers who are known as knuckleballers.  They get these guys to open up...

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    Richard Gere Talks Indie Filmmaking, 'Arbitrage' and VOD (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

    At 63, Richard Gere is still a bankable global film star. But that means his presence in a project helps to get it made--not that he'll make serious dough. Those days are over, as they have been for most movie actors for some time.

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    Watch: Jennifer Lawrence Sings (Well!) in Music Video for 'House at the End of the Street' (VIDEO)

    Over the course of her brief career, Jennifer Lawrence has fended off meth addicts, morphed into a sexy blue-skinned seductress and weilded a bow and arrow with aplomb. Now with the release of her first foray into horror, "House at the End of the Street" (opening wide September 21), the Os...

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    Burton, Cast & Crew Talk 'Frankenweenie' in New Featurette

    Watch a new featurette on Tim Burton's "Frankenweenie" below. The director, producer, voice actors and more talk about the film's main characters, Victor and his dog Sparkie. We saw the awesome Art of Frankenweenie exhibition at Comic-Con; you can check out pictures and video here....

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    Jennifer Lawrence Talks 'Silver Linings Playbook,' Russell, 'Hunger Games' and Prepping for that Money Scene (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

    As soon as "Silver Linings Playbook" played in Toronto it became the front runner for the Oscar. This is something its Oscar handlers were seeking to avoid, but the film then went on to win the coveted TIFF audience award nabbed by such past crowd-pleasers as Oscar-winner "Slumdog Millionaire." Yes,...

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    VIDEO ESSAY: Mapping the Long Take: Béla Tarr and Miklós Jancsó

    Bela Tarr is considered one of the supreme directors of our generation and an all-time master of the long take. But he didn't come from out of nowhere. Here's a comparison of his technique with that of his mentor, Miklos Jancso, using maps to track their camera movements.

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    Trailers from Hell: 'Blood Simple,' The Arrival of The Coen Brothers

    It's the beginning of Coen Brothers Week at Trailers from Hell and Josh Olson is starting us off with the trailer for 1984's "Blood Simple."

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