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    David Gordon Green To Direct College Football Project 'Score' Written By & Starring Don Johnson

    While David Gordon Green has a plethora of Lost, Unmade & Abandoned Projects, that's only because the filmmaker tends to have a handful of irons in the fire at any one time, hoping one will spark into his next project. He's certainly not one willing to sit idle for too long. With "Joe" dropping in t...

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    David Gordon Green on Challenging the Audience and Challenging the Character

    "I don’t approach the process of directing movies like I’m the authority. I’m more the ringmaster of the circus. Let’s bring all the animals in the ring, and then let’s get loose."

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    The Lost, Unmade & Abandoned Projects Of Director David Gordon Green

    "I have a sense of humor. I'm not always this lyrical, slow-moving, Southern crybaby." If the hallmark of the film auteur is cultivating and identifying a unique style, former indie wunderkind David Gordon Green has been systematically tearing down his signature status for a few years now.

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    Arthouse Audit: 'Only Lovers Left Alive' Tops Trio of New Big-Name Openings

    The heaviest slate of significant new films to open in one week so far this year, all of which had considerable attention from Cannes to Toronto in 2013, opened to variable results this weekend.

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    The Secret to His Success: David Gordon Green Cinematographer Tim Orr and Finding Beauty in the Brutal 'Joe'

    We talk with DP Tim Orr about his longtime collaboration with director David Gordon Green and their latest work together on "Joe."

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    Five Films to See or Not-to-See This Weekend, from 'Joe' to Jarmusch's 'Only Lovers Left Alive'

    This weekend, don't miss what is arguably the best film of director Jim Jarmusch's storied career, "Only Lovers Left Alive," starring Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston as exquisitely cool, ancient vampires still in love after centuries. That film hits LA and NY, along with David Gordon Green's Nicola...

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    Review: Nicolas Cage Returns to His Naturalist Roots in 'Joe,' Directed by David Gordon Green

    David Gordon Green's "Joe" is a sluggish, slow-burn drama set in poverty-mired Mississippi about the bond that gradually builds between a drifter boy ("Mud"'s Tye Sheridan) and a simmering ex-con (Nicolas Cage). While both Cage and Sheridan are very watchable, especially in the scenes they share tog...

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    Watch: Nicolas Cage Holds Venomous Snake in Scene Breakdown by 'Joe' Director David Gordon Green

    If you've missed Nicolas Cage in his glory days, before he abandoned his intuitive character-driven films for more hollow, outlandish blockbusters, then you're in for a treat.

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    Watch: David Gordon Green Breaks Down A Scene From 'Joe' Starring Nicolas Cage

    After spending a few years in the studio system with comedies like "Pineapple Express" and "Your Highness," David Gordon Green is firmly back in the indie world with the one-two punch of last year's "Prince Avalanche" and the newly released Nicolas Cage-starring "Joe." As the new film opens in selec...

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