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    Watch: Music Videos For Mary Elizabeth Winstead's "Did We Live Too Fast" & Gia Coppola Directed Blood Orange Spot

    Following in the relatively recent footsteps of Scarlett Johnasson and Zooey Deschanel, Mary Elizabeth Winstead has moved into the music world as part of the duo Got a Girl alongside celebrated hip-hop producer Dan the Automator. The twosome recently released their single and a black-and-white Winst...

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    Watch: This Gia Coppola-Directed Music Video is Almost as Good As a Jane Fonda Workout Tape

    In addition to the dreamy mood, wonderful performances and bold direction, a major highlight of Gia Coppola's "Palo Alto" is Devonté Hynes' and Robert Schwatzman's (Jason's bro) beautiful soundtrack. Things clearly worked out behind-the-scenes because Coppola has once again teamed up with Hynes, who...

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    Watch: Gia Coppola, Jack Kilmer, Emma Roberts and James Franco Get Playful While Making 'Palo Alto'

    The dreamy "Palo Alto," directed by Gia Coppola and based on the short stories by James Franco, was a surprisingly insightful look at our formative years. It looked beautiful, sounded great and boasted fantastic performances by its young cast. To get a glimpse out how everything came together, VICE ...

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    Arthouse Audit: Two Comedies Score as 'Chef' Beats Out 'Fading Gigolo,' 'Palo Alto' Shows Promise

    Jon Favreau's "Chef" (Open Road) and Gia Coppola's "Palo Alto" (Tribeca) both scored more than $20,000 per screen in limited openings this weekend. Radius/Weinstein veered from its usual pattern with a wider initial release of the food documentary "Fed Up," eschewing VOD for now.

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    Palo Alto - Aimlessly Youthful

    Based on several shorts stories by the man that never sleeps, James Franco, Palo Alto centers around three high schoolers growing up and making mistakes in this affluent Californian town.

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    Review: 'Palo Alto' Starring James Franco & Emma Roberts Is A Strong And Soulful Debut From Gia Coppola

    Cinema's just about old enough at this point that we've seen a few three-generation acting dynasties—the Fondas, the Hustons, the Barrymores. But if there's a family that's produced three generations of directors, they're certainly escaping us right now. But enter Gia Coppola. The 26-year-old is, as...

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    The Indiewire Springboard: 'Palo Alto' Director Gia Coppola Lives Up To Her Family's Legacy

    Gia Coppola has quite a legacy to live up to, but her new film "Palo Alto" shows that she’s a talent worth watching in her own right.

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    Five Films to See, or Not-to-See, This Weekend, from 'Neighbors' to 'The Double'

    This movie weekend offers unexpected pleasures -- as well as a few clunkers -- for all cinematic tastes, including the very R-rated "Neighbors," modestly scaled indies "Palo Alto," "The Double" and "Chef," and a potently disturbing food doc, "Fed Up."

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    Review: How Gia Coppola Turns James Franco's Short Stories Into Cinematic Teen Angst With 'Palo Alto'

    Borrowing liberally from the likes of "Kids" and "Elephant," first-time feature director Gia Coppola's "Palo Alto" is a largely familiar portrait of teen angst, but it's also a fairly accomplished one.

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    Gia Coppola's 'Palo Alto' Takes the Festival Tour (VIDEO)

    On the first day of shooting Gia Coppola was feeling her nerves. "I was so eager to do it," she says. "It had fallen apart so many times, that it reached a point, on the first day of shooting, I didn't believe it. I had gone through all the emotions, believing it would fall apart again: 'Oh my god, ...

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