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    'Gone Girl' Rosamund Pike On Nailing the Part of a Lifetime (Spoilers)

    David Fincher's "Gone Girl" Rosamund Pike talks to Indiewire about working with the filmmaker and why the project spoke to her.

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    11 Things We Learned About Paul Thomas Anderson at the New York Film Festival

    Paul Thomas Anderson opened up about his influences at NYFF over the weekend.

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    What We Learned About Paul Thomas Anderson's 'Inherent Vice' at the New York Film Festival

    Paul Thomas Anderson and his "Inherent Vice" cast address the press at the New York Film Festival.

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    Watch: Alfred Hitchcock Gets High-Res in 'Jamaica Inn' Restoration

    Having world-premiered at Cannes's Classics 2014 program, Alfred Hitchcock's last UK film, "Jamaica Inn," is now touring the country after receiving a 4K restoration. Check out the exclusive trailer below.

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    How a Rikers Island Inmate Became a Star at the New York Film Festival

    The star of an acclaimed new drama is stuck behind bars. But that didn't stop him from giving us a call.

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    Mathieu Amalric On Directing 'The Blue Room': 'I Must Be Afraid of Sexuality'

    The veteran French actor steps behind the camera for an erotic thriller that he says he had to make.

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    'Gone Girl' is the Film of the Year For Reasons That Might Surprise You

    From its critique of our media-obsessed times to its cynical view of marriage, "Gone Girl" takes on several familiar targets.

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    What's the Future of Storytelling? 'Unknown Spring' Provides Some Answers

    In March 2011 Jake Price, a freelance producer for the BBC, journeyed to Tohoku, Japan to document the devastation left in the wake of the Pacific tsunami. The result of his trip is evident in his powerful and beautiful immersive web documentary, "Unknown Spring," which was awarded the World Press P...

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