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    VIDEO ESSAY: From SLACKER to BOYHOOD: Cinematography in the films of Richard Linklater

    You can feel the heat in the Austin of "Slacker"; you can smell the chalkdust in "School of Rock"; you can feel the night breeze in "Dazed and Confused." And yet the camera here isn’t the aggressive, probing presence of a Scorsese or an Allen or a Lynch.

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    Watch: 'Boyhood' Makes the Late Night Circuit on 'The Daily Show' and 'The Tonight Show'

    Richard Linklater and Ellar Coltrane are making the rounds to promote "Boyhood," Linklater talking with Jon Stewart and Coltrane with Jimmy Fallon

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    Listen: The Post-Beatles ‘Black Album’ From Richard Linklater's ‘Boyhood’

    If you’re at all a fan of the Beatles, or hell, even contemporary pop music, chances are you’ve made this mixtape-like album on your own at some point in your life. I know I have. The Beatles released arguably 12 classic, must-own albums: almost everything from A Hard Day's Night through Let It Be. ...

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    Richard Linklater Confirms 'Boyhood' Is Coming To The Criterion Collection With Special Features

    “Boyhood,” “Boyhood,” “Boyhood,” “Boyhood,” “Boyhood.” The chatter about the Richard Linklater indie has been omnipresent in the last two weeks, but for good reason: if you somehow haven’t heard, it’s really something else. At almost 3 hours, “Boyhood” is a film shot over twelve years documenting a ...

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    13 Smart Movies That Make Us Feel Dumb

    With Mike Cahill's second feature "I Origins" slated for a Friday release, we decided to take a look at some of the most intelligent indies out there. The following films, with their highly abstract plots and difficult-to-follow-themes, are some smart indies that make us feel incredibly dumb.

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    How 'Boyhood' Editor Sandra Adair Helped Shape The Film's 12-Year Evolution

    Indiewire speaks to Sandra Adair, the editor of "Boyhood," about what it's like to work on a film over a period of 12 years.

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    Read an Interview Between Richard Linklater and Matthew McConaughey

    Considering their relaxed, easygoing personas, why wouldn't a conversation between longtime friends Richard Linklater and Matthew McConaughey be genial and delightful?

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    Interview: Richard Linklater Examines 'Boyhood,' Memory, Time & Perspective

    Richard Linklater says making "Boyhood" was "unlike any film ever," and it's hard to disagree with him. Plenty of movies have spent more than a decade stuck in turnaround, but there's nothing in the history of fiction film to match the unique process of "Boyhood," shooting several days each year for...

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    Patricia Arquette on Why She Needed to Make 'Boyhood' and Why It Was So Weird to Finally Watch It

    Indiewire sat down with Patricia Arquette in New York days before "Boyhood" exploded at the box office, to discuss her journey of making the film and what it was like to see 12 years of her life's work up on screen for the first time.

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    Richard Linklater's BOYHOOD Recreates the Experience of Reading

    If I say that watching Richard Linklater’s remarkable new film "Boyhood," which traces the life of a boy named Mason from age 6 to 18 in rapidly changing segments, is like reading a book, I need to clarify.

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