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    Que(e)ries: 10 Highlights From a Landmark Year For LGBT People and the Movies

    10 highlights from a landmark year for LGBT people and the movies.

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    Heroines of Cinema: Reed Morano, The Next Big Thing in American Cinematography

    Thirty-six-year-old Reed Morano is fast becoming one of independent cinema’s most exciting cinematographers.

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    Que(e)ries: Why 2013 Has Been a Pretty Harsh Year For Cinematic Same-Sex Couples

    The privileged part of this world where lesbians and gays can increasingly decide whether or not to put a ring on it gave us a rather remarkable output of queer cinema this year. But there were certainly no same-sex weddings up on those screens. Quite the opposite, actually.

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    For Your Consideration: 10 Underdog Actors That Deserve Oscar's Attention This Year

    Last week, this column took the first in a two-part break from Oscar-related dish to profile 10 deserving underdog actresses from this year's batch of films.

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    Is Jack Kerouac Unfilmable? 'Big Sur' is the Latest to Raise the Question

    It's understandable why Kerouac has eluded cinematic adaptation. He was king of the Beats, immortalized in his own characters Sal Paradise and Jack Duluoz, founder of a literary movement, creator of an aesthetic style, and perpetrator of a physically and spiritually ecstatic lifestyle.

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    Specialty Box Office: '12 Years' Gets Off To Strong (But Not Huge) Start

    After a month of essentially non-stop Oscar buzz and critical acclaim building off of its debuts in Telluride and Toronto, Steve McQueen's "12 Years a Slave" hit 19 North American theaters this weekend, and the results were expectedly quite strong.

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    Kill Your Darlings

    Director Krokidas and his production team effectively evoke the look and feel of New York City.

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    Review: Is 'Kill Your Darlings' the Best Performance of Daniel Radcliffe's Post-'Potter' Career?

    It's the very idea of the British, typically genial Radcliffe embodying the brooding Ginsberg that stands out as a kind of dreamlike oddity, primarily because the actor is actually pretty good at it.

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    Breakout Dane DeHaan Talks 'Kill Your Darlings,' 'The Place Beyond the Pines,' Metallica Through the Never,' 'Spider-Man 2' (TRAILERS)

    Moviegoers are starting to pick up on what Hollywood already knows: Dane DeHaan is going to be a movie star. Remember when theater-trained actress Jessica Chastain kept being cast in movie after movie? That's what's been happening to DeHaan, who is 27, ever since he broke out in the HBO series "In T...

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    Review: 'Kill Your Darlings' Starring Daniel Radcliffe, Dane DeHaan, Elizabeth Olsen & More

    When any filmmaker decides to chronicle a largely undocumented or unknown corner of history revolving around famous cultural figures, a question that can raise its head is: what's underneath the surface that compels the director to make the story?

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