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    The Coen Brothers, Carey Mulligan and Justin Timberlake Go Behind-the-Scenes of 'Inside Llewyn Davis'

    "Inside Llewyn Davis" substitutes the bluegrass music found in "O. Brother Where Art Thou" for folk music to tell a similar "Odyssey"-like tale of a musician struggling to get by through life as an artist. Taking place over the course of several days, Oscar Isaac (in a breakthrough performance sure ...

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    'Inside Llewyn Davis' Breakout Oscar Isaac on Working with the Coens and His Crazy Journey Post Cannes

    The Guatemalan-born, Julliard trained actor and singer-songwriter Oscar Isaac ("Drive," "Sucker Punch") has been acting professionally for over a decade but chances are only true film buffs know who the guy is. That's all about to change over the next few weeks as the Joel and Ethan Coen's latest, "...

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    The Coen Brothers and T-Bone Burnett on Reuniting for 'Inside Llewyn Davis' Soundtrack and Whether It Can Match Success of 'O Brother'

    "If it's never new and doesn't get old, it's a folk song," a melancholy Llewyn Davis tells his audience in Joel and Ethan Coen's latest film, "Inside Llewyn Davis." And if said song is part of a soundtrack tied to a Coen brothers film, then it could be a huge hit.

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    Bruce Dern On Why Working on Alexander Payne's 'Nebraska' Was the Event of a Lifetime

    Several months after winning Best Actor honors at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, 77-year-old acting veteran Bruce Dern is still basking in the glow of a career best turn in Alexander Payne's wry and sad character study "Nebraska," which opens this Friday in select theaters after touring the festival...

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    Alexander Payne Explains Why He Shot 'Nebraska' in Black and White and Cast Will Forte as His Dramatic Lead

    For Payne this marks the first time he's helmed a feature he didn't have a hand in writing. As he revealed at the film's press conference immediately following the first screening, Payne, a Nebraska native (he grew up in Omaha), had come across Bob Nelson's script nine years ago. "I had read the scr...

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    Roman Polanski on Rescuing 'Weekend of a Champion' From Obscurity and His Advice to Filmmakers

    In light of the upcoming November 22 theatrical release of Roman Polanski's restored and re-cut 1972 documentary "Weekend of a Champion," last week's New York City screening paid tribute to the film's decades-long journey by following with a rare press conference that included Polanski himself via S...

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    'Blue is the Warmest Color' Filmmaker Pens Enraged Open Letter; Slams 'Spoiled,' 'Opportunistic' Star Lea Seydoux

    With the Palme d'Or-winning epic lesbian drama "Blue is the Warmest Color" opening in theaters stateside this Friday, director Abdellatif Kechiche has hit the web, penning an enraged open letter (titled "To Those Who Sought to Destroy 'Blue is the Warmest Color'") at website Rue89, slamming his outs...

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    'Blue Is the Warmest Color' Contains Graphic Lesbian Sex, But What's It Really About? Director Abdellatif Kechiche Explains Himself

    Four and a half months after Cannes, Kechiche sat down for an interview in a downtown Manhattan hotel looking the opposite of his celebratory Cannes moment. He was dead serious, reserved and seemingly afraid to offer beyond a few words of insight about his movie at a time. More than anything else, K...

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    J.C. Chandor on Why 'All Is Lost' Didn't Compete at Cannes and Making a Film That Needs to Be Seen in the Theater

    Few filmmakers surprised this year more than J.C. Chandor. An Oscar-nominee for his debut, the financial thriller "Margin Call," Chandor did an about-face with his anticipated follow-up "All Is Lost," starring Robert Redord as a man lost at sea. The film was a question mark up until it world prem...

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