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    The Indiewire Springboard: 'The Babadook' Writer-Director Jennifer Kent on Telling Horror Stories from a Female Perspective

    Horror fans, meet your new savior. No film in this year's Midnight section at the Sundance Film Festival was more celebrated than Jennifer Kent's debut feature "The Babadook," a horror that centers on a single mother and her troubled young son's battle with the titular monster that's haunting their ...

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    Jonathan Glazer on Getting 'Under the Skin' of Scarlett Johansson and Why He Reads His Bad Reviews

    It's been a decade since iconic music video helmer Jonathan Glazer's entrancing sophomore feature "Birth," a film that drew both boos and applause at its world premiere in Venice. That film has since amassed a cult following. His third feature "Under the Skin" drew the same response in Venice last y...

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    10 Things Abbas Kiarostami Said at Syracuse

    Indiewire was present at the screening of the Palme D'Or-winning "Taste of Cherry" at Syracuse University. Here are ten highlights from Kiarostami's post-screening Q&A.

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    Jonathan Glazer Explains Why 'Under the Skin' Took a Decade to Make: "I'm stubborn" (VIDEOS)

    Filmmaker Jonathan Glazer on why it took him ten years to make "Under the Skin": "I am stubborn, you have to strong have a strong will to do anything really, to stand by what you are trying to do. It's made a lot easier when you are inspired by something."

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    Jude Law On Saying Goodbye to Vanity in Order to Play 'Dom Hemingway'

    On screen, Jude Law is a very pretty man. In person, the actor doesn't disappoint. At 41, he still looks like Dickie Greenleaf, the bronzed, handsome playboy he played to cocky perfection in 1999's "The Talented Mr. Ripley." So it's therefore alarming to see him as the titular goon in this Wednesday...

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    Mike Judge Talks 'Silicon Valley' and What's So Funny About The Tech World

    Before he was an animator, before he created "Beavis and Butt-head" and "King of the Hill," before he directed cult comedy classics "Office Space" and "Idiocracy," Mike Judge was an engineer working in the Bay Area.

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    Interview: Juliette Binoche Talks 'Words and Pictures' (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO, New Trailer)

    Oscar-winner Juliette Binoche ("The English Patient") is the best reason to see Fred Schepisi's "Words and Pictures." Watch my video interview with her from the 2013 TIFF, plus the film's new trailer.

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    'Cesar Chavez' Star Rosario Dawson on the Importance of Slowing Down

    Rosario Dawson has been enjoying some downtime from acting for past the past year, but you wouldn't know it after glancing at her IMDb profile. The actress who broke out in Larry Clarks' "Kids" back in 1995, had "Gimme Shelter" open this year, and has a new film coming out this Friday, Diego Luna's ...

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    'Orphan Black' Co-Creator Graeme Manson Talks Nature Vs. Nurture and Cronenberg Influences In His Clone Drama

    Graeme Manson, the co-creator and -showrunner of "Orphan Black," talks the new season of BBC America's hit clone drama.

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