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    Casting: Elisabeth Moss And Luke Evans Join Ben Wheatley's 'High-Rise,' Craig Roberts Visits 'Red Oaks' & More

    A terrific cast is forming around U.K. filmmaker Ben Wheatley's net film, “High-Rise." The movie already stars Tom Hiddleston, Sienna Miller, Jeremy Irons and James Purefoy (HBO’s “Rome”). That’s good enough as it is, but announced last night, joining the cast are “Mad Men” and “Top Of The Lake” sta...

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    Watch: The Best of Scorsese's Quieter Moments in 'The Art of Silence'

    When you think of a Scorsese movie chances are you're envisioning an explosive soundtrack. Take the legend's most recent picture, "The Wolf of Wall Street," for example. Still, as Tony Zhou points out in his short video "The Art of Silence," some of Scorsese's stronger moments are those devoid of so...

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    Watch: New Video Essay On Martin Scorsese And His Use Of Silence

    Tony Zhou, he of the examination of Spielberg’s long takes, is back with another meticulous look at a great director and an underappreciated aspect of his or her work. This time around: Martin Scorsese and silence (an appropriate subject, given that his next film is titled "Silence"—the long-gestati...

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    WATCH: [And Weep] As the Film Industry Remembers the Late Roger Ebert, Beloved 'Soldier of Cinema' in "Life Itself" Trailer

    It's about time Magnolia released a trailer for "Life Itself." Marketing strategies aside Ebert's memory belongs just as much to filmgoers as it does to the film industry.

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    Five Minutes With a Very Busy Corey Stoll at the Tribeca Film Festival

    Corey Stoll is a busy man these days. Lucky for us, he managed to find a few minutes to discuss his latest film "Glass Chin," which costars Billy Crudup and is currently in competition at the Tribeca Film Festival. Modest but powerful, the film is a great showcase for Stoll’s understated, effective ...

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    11 Top Highlights From Thelma Schoonmaker's Tribeca Masterclass on Editing and Making 'Raging Bull'

    Thelma Schoonmaker has edited all of Scorsese's features since 1980, but for "The Cutting Room: An Insight to the Edit Suite," she chose to focus entirely on key sequences in "Raging Bull" and the stories behind them.

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    Watch: 30-Minute Talk Between Jon Favreau & Martin Scorsese In 'Dinner For Five'

    Before his reinvention as a blockbuster director, Jon Favreau hosted a half-hour show for IFC called “Dinner For Five” that found the multi-hyphenate engaged in conversation with four other guests from the film industry over dinner. Though borne of a simple premise, the show was often illuminating, ...

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    WATCH: Martin Scorsese Talks Hitchcock, 'Taxi Driver' and Story vs. Plot with Jon Favreau

    Check out this vintage clip from Jon Favreau's IFC talk show "Dinner for Five" where guest Martin Scorsese talks about approaching story and character, his favorite Hitchcock films and more.

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    Watch: Martin Scorsese Talks Characters & Directors Who Took Bold Risks

    Martin Scorsese knows a thing or two about taking risks—there aren't many 71-year-old directors who stake their reputation on 3-hour depictions of orgiastic financial crime, or on similarly lengthy children's films about the earliest days of cinema and the internal politics of large train stations. ...

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    Watch: Supercut Of Martin Scorsese's Use Of "Gimme Shelter" In 'Goodfellas,' 'Casino' & 'The Departed'

    While there are many recurring motifs, themes and interests one can talk about when discussing the five-decade-plus long career of Martin Scorsese, when it comes to soundtracks, he's long shown an affinity for The Rolling Stones. Close pals with the rock 'n roll legends (he directed their 2008 conce...

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