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    NOT FADE AWAY

    Some filmmakers invite more open-mindedness than others. As creator of 'The Sopranos' and writer of other high-quality TV shows, David Chase has earned the right to aim high in his ambitious directorial debut feature…

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    Jack Huston on Playing 'Boardwalk Empire' Masked Fan Favorite Richard Harrow and Making Peace With the Possibility of Getting Killed Off

    Since his first appearance halfway through season one of "Boardwalk Empire," Jack Huston's disfigured Richard Harrow has been a fan favorite. Whether its the way his loyalty to Jimmy Darmody (Michael Pitt) has led him to take care of the man's son Tommy in the wake of his shocking ...

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    David Chase, Steven Van Zandt, Jack Huston, More Talk Rock'n'Roll at the 'Not Fade Away' NYFF Press Conference

    On Friday, New York Film Festival audiences finally got a look at "The Sopranos" creator David Chase’s feature directorial debut, “Not Fade Away.” After the initial press screening, Chase, music supervisor Steven Van Zandt, producer Mark Johnson and several cast members (including John Magaro, Bella...

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    NYFF: David Chase & Steve Van Zandt Talk The Music That Drove Them To 'Not Fade Away'

    As the movie entered common film-buff conversation, talk persisted that David Chase’s directorial debut “Not Fade Away” was autobiographical. The creator of “The Sopranos” had crafted a nostalgic tale set in the era in which he came of age, with a young group of mavericks dreaming of stardom from th...

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    NYFF Review: Rock 'N' Roll Dreams Are Fleeting & Familiar In David Chase's Uneven 'Not Fade Away'

    For a film that’s ostensibly set to the vibrant pulse of early ‘60s rock 'n' roll and blues -- The Rolling Stones, the early Beatles, Bo Diddley, etc. -- David Chase’s directorial debut, “Not Fade Away,” sure has a curious, circuitous and eventually long-winded tempo. Set in 1964, just a few months ...

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    New York Film Festival Review: David Chase's Directorial Debut 'Not Fade Away' Pays Homage to an Era, Without a Purpose

    Relishing the sights and sounds of the early '60s with a self-indulgence that makes "Mad Men" look restrained, "The Sopranos" creator's feature debut reaches for a grand statement and instead simply channels nostalgia. Using a typical coming-of-age mold, Chase turns cultural ephemera into formula.

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    'Not Fade Away' Will Open 2012 Austin Film Festival, 'Flight,' 'Silver Linings,' and 'Fitzgerald Family Christmas' to Follow

    The Austin Film Festival released this year's full feature-length film line-up Wednesday. Now in its 19th year, AFF will open its roster of more than 60 titles with "Sopranos" auteur David Chase's feature film debut "Not Fade Away," which will have its world premiere Octo...

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    New Images: 'The Way, Way Back' With Steve Carell & Sam Rockwell; 'Not Fade Away,' 'Flight' & 'Fun Size'

    So what happens when you win an Oscar? Your long-developing project gets the kick in the pants it needs to get made. And that's just what happened for "The Descendants" writers Nat Faxon and Jim Rash. Originally set for director Shawn Levy ("Real Steel") in 2007, "The Way, Way Back" was first delaye...

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    David Chase's Period-Based Music Movie Now Titled 'Not Fade Away'

    Formerly called "The Twylight Zones," then going without a title for a while, it looks like the upcoming period-based music movie from "The Sopranos" creator David Chase has a fresh moniker, and it's one keeping very much in line with the backbeat of the film.

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    Is David Chase's Untitled Rock 'N' Roll Coming-Of-Age Film Aiming For A Cannes Premiere?

    Jack Huston Says Film's Fictional Band, The Twylight Zones, May Play The CroisetteWe've only just found out about the film's fall release date next year but could David Chase's directorial debut, a rock 'n' roll coming-of-age film previously going by the tentative title of "The Twylight Zones," be u...

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