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    Watch: Gorgeous New Trailer for James Gray's 'The Immigrant' Rudely Welcomes You to America

    Gray's much-awaited new film "The Immigrant" looks like a throwback to the great melodramas of the past, with comparisons from the film's supporters ranging from Roberto Rossellini's Ingrid Bergman collaborations to Elia Kazan.

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    Watch: New U.S. Trailer, Pics & Poster For ‘The Immigrant’ Starring Joaquin Phoenix, Marion Cotillard & Jeremy Renner

    Look, we know not all Photoshop artists were created equally, and perhaps poster art is not the domain for real art these days (folks like Neil Kellerhouse and Drafthouse artisans aside), but this recent poster for James Gray's upcoming indie drama "The Immigrant" is… let’s say politely, something e...

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    Watch: 50-Minute Look At The Making Of James Gray's Directorial Debut 'Little Odessa'

    Late last week came news that James Gray’s “The Immigrant” — which we are quite taken with — would be getting limited theatrical run in a couple of months. What better way to celebrate news of Gray’s latest seeing the inside of movie theatres (instead of languishing on the VOD market) than with a lo...

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    James Gray's 'The Immigrant' Starring Marion Cotillard & Joaquin Phoenix Will Land In Limited Release On May 16

    “I thought there was something very beautiful about exploring a melodrama from a female protagonist's perspective because all of a sudden I would be free from the constraints of, what I would call, macho posturing, male behavior and get straight to the emotional heart of it,” director James Gray sai...

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    Watch the James Gray-Directed First Episode of SundanceTV Drama 'The Red Road' Online Now

    "The Red Road," the second wholly owned original drama from SundanceTV (formerly Sundance Channel), has a pretty excellent pedigree.

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    Four Reasons 2014 Will Be the Year of the Immigrant on Film (VIDEO)

    From reportorial nonfiction to epic drama, from the couch to the art house, immigrants past and present will be at the forefront of 2014's film offerings -- not to mention your cable news network of choice. As the Congressional debate over immigration reform heats up and the midterm election gears b...

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    AMC and Sundance Channel Unveil New Drama Series at TV Critics Panel, 'Rectify' and 'Returned' Are Back

    With two of its signature shows becoming past tense, AMC is reaching even deeper into the past to stake out its future. Meanwhile, sister network The Sundance Channel revealed a spate of original programming during the 2014 Television Critics Association press tour.

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    Watch: Trailer For James Gray-Directed Sundance Channel Series 'The Red Road' Starring Jason Momoa

    While HBO and AMC tend to get all the Golden Age Of TV glory, it might be time to start including Sundance Channel in the mix. Last year's "Top Of The Lake" was one of the best things we saw on either the big or small screen, and if the first teaser for "The Red Road" is anything to go by, it's goin...

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    Sundance Channel Releases Trailer, Premiere Date for Original Drama 'The Red Road,' Directed by James Gray

    Sundance Channel has released a trailer and announced a premiere date for its second wholly owned original series, created by "Prisoners" writer Aaron Guzikowski with a first episode directed by James Gray.

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    Here Are Seven Directing Lessons From 'The Immigrant' Filmmaker James Gray

    James Gray began his Marrakech Film Festival Master Class with a self-deprecatory warning to everyone in attendance at the Salles des Ambassadeurs at the Palais de Congress, including moderator Scott Foundas. "I don't think I have anything to say," he claimed, before embarking on an earnest, enterta...

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