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Alejandro Gonzales Inarritu

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    Spirit Nominee AG Iñárritu Took Risks on 'Birdman' (Video)

    Alejandro González Iñárritu's festival favorite "Birdman" is an indie hit and serious awards contender: it dominated the Indie Spirit nominations with six, including feature, director, actor, supporting actor and actress and cinematography. Watch our exclusive video interview.

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    Watch: Oscar Contenders Keaton and Norton Dissect Acting in 'Birdman' at AFI Fest

    Michael Keaton and Edward Norton sat down at AFI Fest in Los Angeles to field 'Birdman' questions and reveal their anxieties as actors. Watch two clips from the conversation here.

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    Cronenberg, Iñárritu, Godard and More Stun Mexico's 2014 Morelia Film Fest

    Highlights from the 12th annual Morelia International Film Festival, currently unspooling in Mexico through October 26.

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    How 'Birdman' Got Made: Fox Searchlight and New Regency Partners Tell All (Keaton, Norton, Stone VIDEOS)

    Two companies that financed and produced Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's just-opened "Birdman," Fox Searchlight and New Regency, also collaborated on "12 Years a Slave." The 20-year Searchlight executive who runs production, Claudia Lewis, and New Regency president and CEO Brad Weston, who has spearhe...

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    Great Job, 'Birdman,' But 'The X-Files' Did It First

    There's no question that what director Alejandro González Iñárritu and cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki achieved with the Michael Keaton starrer is a masterwork. But let's take a moment to remember that "X-Files" creator Chris Carter, on a TV budget, pulled off a comparable feat in the year 1998.

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