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    Watch: Viggo Mortensen Loves Patricia Highsmith in 'Two Faces of January'

    Viggo Mortensen talks about how he chooses projects and worked with rookie director Hossein Amini and his costars Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac on "The Two Faces of January," a delightfully twisted "chess game" of a triangle relationship.

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    The Indiewire Springboard: 'Eleanor Rigby' Director Ned Benson On Learning From the Film's Flaws

    The first-time director of "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby" talks to Indiewire about his stellar debut, starring Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy.

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  • The Playlist
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    Four Reasons Why Clark Terry Doc 'Keep on Keepin' On' Is Oscar Bait

    Festival circuit favorite "Keep on Keepin' On" is the kind of heart-tugging documentary that could win awards this season. It has four main advantages in its favor.

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    How Kevin Kline Helped Israel Horovitz's 'My Old Lady' Film Debut

    At the ripe young age of 75, award-winning playwright Israel Horovitz has transitioned from a life in the theater to the magic of the movies. After warming up with a handful of produced screenplays --"The Strawberry Statement" (1970), "Author! Author! (1982) –he makes his feature film debut with "My...

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    Jessica Chastain is Slumming It and Loving It

    Jessica Chastain discusses how she's managed the crazy expectations placed upon her. Actors, take note!

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    Dan Stevens on Leaving 'Downton Abbey' and Taking On Hollywood

    Indiewire sat down with "The Guest" star Dan Stevens to speak about the wacky film, his departure from the universally beloved "Downton Abbey" and his booming career.

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    TIFF Maverick Julie Taymor Creates Hybrid Theater/Film with 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' (VIDEO)

    One of the high points of the recent Toronto International Film Festival was not only watching the world premiere of Taymor's latest Shakespeare film--shot by her "Frida" cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto, combining her recent acclaimed Brooklyn live theater production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" wi...

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