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    Career Watch: Natalie Portman Decides to Go Big or Go Home

    Whether pursuing roles as Jacqueline Kennedy and Ruth Bader Ginsburg or directing her first feature, the Oscar winner has an edge, and her upcoming slate of projects suggests she's not afraid to use it.

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    The Orchard Acquires Tribeca Documentary 'Crocodile Gennadiy'

    Terrence Malick produced the acclaimed documentary about drug-addicted children in the Ukraine.

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    Seeing Ryan Gosling's 'Lost River' Through Composer Johnny Jewel's Eyes (STREAM SOUNDTRACK)

    Johnny Jewel takes us on a tour of 'Lost River,' Gosling, Refn, anxiety and influences, and reveals how he may or may not end up in a Terrence Malick movie.

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    'The Dark Horse' Joins '99 Homes,' 'Eden' and More in Broad Green Pictures' Impressive Inaugural Slate

    Other recent acquisitions include "I Smile Back," starring Sarah Silverman, and French comedy-drama "Samba."

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    13 Indie Directors Who Should Take On Disney Live-Action Remakes

    Live-action adaptations of Disney films are getting green-lit by the handful. Here's who we think should hop on board next.

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    Watch: An Unsettling Mash-Up of Terrence Malick's 'Days of Heaven' and Woody Allen's 'Manhattan'

    Terrence Malick and Woody Allen would seem to make a rather odd pair, but the reality is that, as this piece by Vince Di Meglio shows, the two have more in common than one might think.

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    Watch: How Can Music Shape a War Film?

    Just as war is inexplicable, music is inexplicable. We can describe both: one is violent, savage, sometimes needless, uneven; the other operates by relationships between sounds that simply work, remaining in our memory for reasons we can't pinpoint. It makes sense, then, that music would be importan...

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