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    Jesse Eisenberg Explains Why He Hasn't Seen 'To Rome With Love,' Now Out on DVD

    It only seemed like a matter of time before Jesse Eisenberg would fall under Woody Allen's radar. The New York-born 28-year-old Oscar-nominee has, over the course of his short career, proved himself to be one of the best actors of his generation at conveying a charming neurosis commonly associated w...

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    Catching Up With Foreign Language and Documentary Feature Nominees

    Three categories - Foreign Language Film, Documentary Feature and Animated Feature - frequently have nominees that have received little or no U.S. theatrical play, and even sometimes no set playdate ahead. Things look better this year, but still not ideal for those who want to see all the nominees p...

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    Sony Pictures Classics Acquires Woody Allen's 'Blue Jasmine'

    In its sixth collaboration with Woody Allen, Sony Pictures Classics has acquired all North American rights to his latest film "Blue Jasmine," which marks the New York auteur's return to his native environs. The distributor also released "To Rome with Love" and Allen's best-performing film to date, O...

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    Woody Allen's Latest Is Titled 'Blue Jasmine,' Film Acquired By Sony Pictures Classics

    As day follows night, 2013 will bring another Woody Allen-directed film with an all-star cast. And barely a week into the new year, word is firming up on the director's latest. We knew already that the film, the first by the filmmaker to be mostly set in San Francisco, stars Cate Blanchett along...

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    Woody Allen's 'Blue Jasmine' Grabbed By Sony Pictures Classics

    Sony Pictures Classics is staying in the Woody Allen game. The specialty distributor has acquired North American rights to its sixth Allen film, “Blue Jasmine,” which stars Alec Baldwin, Cate Blanchett, Bobby Cannavale, Louis C.K., Andrew Dice Clay, Sally Hawkins, Peter Sarsgaard and Mic...

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    Watch: Gael Garcia Bernal Dethrones Augustus Pinochet in 'No' Trailer (VIDEO)

    Pablo Larraín's "No" -- which took the top prize at Cannes' 44th Directors' Fortnight sidebar and is Chile's official entry at the Academy Awards -- packs quite a punch, by the looks of its recent trailer. Gael García Bernal stars in the true story as Rene Saavedra, an advertising executive who has ...

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    Arthouse Audit: 'Hitchcock' and 'Rust and Bone' Fight for Attention

    In a weekend that had adult audiences flocking to theaters in numbers rarely seen apart from Christmas and New Year's weeks, core specialized theaters struggled to get their normal share of the action. Three potentially award-contending films opened, all with the kind of pedigree expected to make th...

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    Watch: New Trailer for Michael Haneke's 'Amour' Features Praise from Critics (VIDEO)

    A new trailer has been released for Michael Haneke's Palme d'Or-winning "Amour," the story of a married couple, Georges (Jean-Louis Trinignant) and Anne (Emmanuelle Riva), whose love for one another is strained and tested after Anne has an attack.

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    'West of Memphis' Director Amy Berg Talks New Evidence in Arkansas Case UPDATE: New Trailer

    "It's a living, breathing thing," says director Amy Berg of The Sony Pictures Classics film "West of Memphis" (December 25), backed by producer-financeers Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh, which revisits the 18-year imprisonment of the innocent “West Memphis 3”: Damien Echols, Jason Baldwin and Jessie M...

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    Hurricane Sandy Hurts NYC Indie Film World: Studios, Rep Theatres

    As if independent film isn't up against enough already. The indie film world in New York City has taken a battering since the violent arrival of Hurricane Sandy earlier this week, with various Manhattan-based headquarters wading through flooding and power outages at the moment when Oscar se...

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