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    Steve McQueen Developing Epic BBC Drama Series About Black Life In Britain

    After delivering one of the most raw and bracing looks ever at American slavery with "12 Years A Slave," Steve McQueen is eager to continue detailing the black experience, but this time he's turning his lens to his native Britain, continuing the trend of directors heading to TV.

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    Steve McQueen To Make "Epic" BBC Drama On Black Experience In The UK From 1968 To 2014

    Gee I wonder what Armond White will say about this?

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    'Fela Kuti' Project No Longer Set Up At Focus; Previous Director Steve McQueen Says It's Dead

    'Fela Kuti' Project No Longer Set Up At Focus; Previous Director Steve McQueen Says It's Dead

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    Directors Round Table: McQueen, Greengrass, Holofcener and Jonze Talk Success, Failure, Casting, and Unlearning Film School Wisdom

    The LA Times Directors round table, as part of the Envelope Screening Series, assembled Steve McQueen ("12 Years a Slave"), Paul Greengrass ("Captain Phillips"), Nicole Holofcener ("Enough Said"), Spike Jonze ("Her"), JC Chandor ("All Is Lost") and John Lee Hancock ("Saving Mr. Banks"). Highlights f...

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    American Horror Stories: Why 'The Wolf of Wall Street' Should Be Drawing Comparisons to '12 Years a Slave'

    Two very different-looking movies have more in common than meets the eye.

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    New York Film Critics Circle Apologizes to Steve McQueen and Fox Searchlight for Armond White Heckling, White Defends Himself (UPDATE)

    For pure shock value, Adele Exarchopoulos’ legs were the main event at Monday’s New York Film Critics Circle awards dinner, barely contained as they were in a man’s shirt disguised as a dress. Armond White? There’s not a lot of shock value left: When we sat down to eat, someone at our table said, “L...

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    Directors Guild Nominations 2014 Reveal the Five Oscar Frontrunners

    The Directors Guild of America's five nominees for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in a Feature Film for 2013 make clear the top five contenders for the Oscar. Along with the SAG, PGA and WGA nominations, the DGA is usually a strong bellwether for where things are going.

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    Directors Guild Award Nominations Include Alfonso Cuaron, David O. Russell & Martin Scorsese But No Coens

    The Coens might want to hold on putting down that deposit for a tuxedo, as it seems their wonderful "Inside Llewyn Davis" is not registering with voters. After being shut out of the Producers Guild and Writers Guild awards nominations, the directorial duo have once again been left in the cold, this ...

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    Listen To Harry Belafonte’s New York Film Critics Circle Awards Speech On Race & Cinema

    Listen To Harry Belafonte’s Stirring New York Film Critics Circle Awards Speech On Race & Cinema

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