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    IFC Films's Jonathan Sehring on the 'Boyhood' Oscar Battle

    Jonathan Sehring, a driving force behind the massive success of the film "Boyhood," shares what he knows about the business and more in a new interview. We've got the highlights.

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    15 Times the MPAA Got it Wrong

    Happy Birthday, MPAA! In celebration of 46 years of the modern film ratings system, we look back at several films that got screwed over with a misguided rating.

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    Screen Talk: Debating 'Gone Girl,' Foreign & Doc Oscar Contenders, Netflix Movie Moves

    Indiewire critic Eric Kohn and I debate the merits of several New York Film Festival films, from David Fincher's "Gone Girl" to foreign Oscar entries "Saint Laurent" and "Timbuktu."

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    Everything We Know About Richard Linklater's 'Boyhood' Follow-Up

    As the critically acclaimed coming-of-age story attempts to dominate the Oscar season, writer-director Richard Linklater is already gearing up for his next project -- a spiritual sequel to "Dazed and Confused."

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    'Boyhood' Star Patricia Arquette Goes Supporting

    The Best Actress Oscar race is weak, as usual. In Toronto, IFC Films chief Jonathan Sehring--who took the gamble on backing Richard Linklater's indie hit "Boyhood" over 12 years--hadn't decided whether to push the film's mother, Patricia Arquette, in Best Actress or Supporting. Well, he confirmed t...

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    'Skeleton Twins' Scores Best Limited Opening since 'Boyhood'

    The fall season began in earnest this weekend as several top festival films opened well. Fox Searchlight's tough guy thriller "The Drop," starring Tom Hardy and James Gandolfini, landed in sixth place in the Top Ten, opening in over 800 theaters for an excellent gross of $4.2 million. The clear stan...

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