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    What Makes a Film Pop at Sundance? Cinetic Media Talks 2015 Breakouts, Raising 'Boyhood'

    We sit down with Cinetic Media to reflect on 'Boyhood''s year-long journey from Sundance, and the buzzy titles on offer at this year's edition of the festival.

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    Happy Birthday, 'Boyhood'! Linklater and Company Reflect on the Year Their Movie Grew Up

    It took 12 years to complete, but when "Boyhood" premiered at Sundance almost exactly 12 months ago, its story was just beginning.

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    'Duke of Burgundy' Director Peter Strickland Wants You to Stop Comparing Him to David Lynch

    One of cinema's most divisive libertines, Peter Strickland dishes about influences, anxiety, S&M and his latest film 'The Duke of Burgundy,' opening January 23.

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    Stewart and Binoche Do a Twisty Tête-à-Tête in the Unforgettable 'Clouds of Sils Maria' (Trailer)

    Watch the new US trailer for Olivier Assayas' terrific psychodrama starring Kristen Stewart and Juliette Binoche.

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    Watch: Get Naked and Take to the Streets in 'Free The Nipple' Trailer

    The new film from "LOL" director Lina Esco is inspired by the social movement of the same name.

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    Oscar Doc Contender 'Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia' Shows the Literary Lion's Intimate Side

    Nicholas Wrathall met Gore Vidal for the first time at the Beverly Hills Hotel. They had brunch on an Easter Sunday while a life-size bunny gallivanted about the restaurant—a “surreal” experience, according to the director—but quickly connected over a discussion about the politics of Wrathall’s nat...

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    IFC Films Acquires Richard Gere's 'Time Out of Mind'

    Oren Moverman's festival darling about New York City homelessness will be released in 2015.

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    Richard Gere Will Wait for Next Year for IFC 'Time Out of Mind' Release

    IFC Films has acquired Oren Moverman's must-see festival hit "Time Out of Mind" for release in 2015, when Gere's naked, restrained performance will surely be a contender in the Best Actor race.

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