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    Why Gia Coppola Was Embarrassed to Show Her Family 'Palo Alto'

    It seems that at a certain point in the Coppola family you’re given a camera and a typewriter and tasked to go out and make your own film.

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    Here Are the Best Indie Posters of 2014...So Far

    2014 has been a strong year for independent movies, and the only thing as memorable as the films themselves has been their effective posters. As we head into the second half of the year, we look back to the best indie posters of 2014 so far.

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    Watch: This Gia Coppola-Directed Music Video is Almost as Good As a Jane Fonda Workout Tape

    In addition to the dreamy mood, wonderful performances and bold direction, a major highlight of Gia Coppola's "Palo Alto" is Devonté Hynes' and Robert Schwatzman's (Jason's bro) beautiful soundtrack. Things clearly worked out behind-the-scenes because Coppola has once again teamed up with Hynes, who...

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    The Indiewire Springboard: Actor Nat Wolff On Playing The Bad Guy in 'Palo Alto' and The Blind Guy in 'The Fault In Our Stars'

    With scene-stealing roles in Gia Coppola's "Palo Alto" and Josh Boone's "The Fault In Our Stars," Nat Wolff is an actor to watch.

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    Watch: James Franco Talks 'Palo Alto,' Bring His Book To The Big Screen & More In 30-Minute Interview

    On the page, "Palo Alto" seems like the most James Franco of James Franco projects. It's a coming-of-age tale based on a book of short stories by Franco, adapted for the big screen by Gia Coppola (of course), with Franco taking a role in the movie too (obviously). But put those assumptions aside, be...

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    Specialty Box Office: Kelly Reichardt's 'Night' Has Decent Moves; Sebastian Junger's 'Korengal' Stronger

    Here's a rundown of the specialty box office this weekend, which saw Sebastian Junger's doc "Korengal" top openers in its exclusive engagement debut, narrowly beating out the per-theater-average of Kelly Reichardt's "Night Moves," which was in one more theater. News wasn't quite so good for other op...

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    Watch: Gia Coppola, Jack Kilmer, Emma Roberts and James Franco Get Playful While Making 'Palo Alto'

    The dreamy "Palo Alto," directed by Gia Coppola and based on the short stories by James Franco, was a surprisingly insightful look at our formative years. It looked beautiful, sounded great and boasted fantastic performances by its young cast. To get a glimpse out how everything came together, VICE ...

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    Specialty Box Office: 'Dance of Reality' Leads Underwhelming Debuts; 'Chef' and 'Belle' Push Their Breakout Potential (UPDATED)

    Here's a rundown of the specialty box office this weekend, which saw Alejandro Jodorowsky's "The Dance of Reality" find the promising debut amidst a group of underachievers, while "Chef," "Belle," "The Immigrant," "Ida" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel" all tried to make up for it with strong performan...

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    Specialty Box Office: 'Chinese Puzzle' Shows Promise, 'The Immigrant' Disappoints, and 'Budapest Hotel' Hits $55 Million

    Here's a rundown of the specialty box office this weekend, which saw Cédric Klapisch's "Chinese Puzzle" find a promising debut, James Gray's much more anticipated "The Immigrant" fail to make much of an impression, and "Chef," "Ida," "Belle" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel" all hold on nicely later in...

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    Arthouse Audit: Two Comedies Score as 'Chef' Beats Out 'Fading Gigolo,' 'Palo Alto' Shows Promise

    Jon Favreau's "Chef" (Open Road) and Gia Coppola's "Palo Alto" (Tribeca) both scored more than $20,000 per screen in limited openings this weekend. Radius/Weinstein veered from its usual pattern with a wider initial release of the food documentary "Fed Up," eschewing VOD for now.

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