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    Why 'Project Nim' Tops This Week's 5 Best DVD/Blu-ray Releases

    On DVD and Blu-ray this week: James Marsh's acclaimed follow-up to his Academy Award-winning documentary "Man on Wire;" season two of Britain's favorite import; "The Sunset Limited," directed by Tommy Lee Jones; the latest button-pusher from "Run, Lola, Run" hel...

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    Sundance: James Marsh Talks 'Shadow Dancer,' Circling 'Tinker Tailor' & The Oscar Snub For 'The Interrupters' & 'Senna'

    The culmination of James Marsh's slow-burn thriller “Shadow Dancer” is a change of color and a rather sudden spoiler engulfed in a fireball. But it's also another change in direction for the Oscar-winning director of “Man On Wire” and last year’s “Project ...

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    Director's Guild Of America Names 'The Artist' Helmer Michel Hazanavicius Outstanding Director Of The Year

    It's a decade since the winner of the Director's Guild of America award went on to lose the Oscar -- Rob Marshall picked up the DGA prize for "Chicago" in 2002, only to lose out to Roman Polanski for "The Pianist" at the Academy Awards. Two years before that, DGA winner A...

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    DGA Doc Nominees Give Some Love To 'The Interrupters'; Martin Scorsese, James Marsh & More Tipped

    Every year, it seems the documentary branch of the Academy goes out of their way to embarass themselves, and this year is no exception. When the shortlist for the Oscar nominees landed back in November, it was arguably more notable for what was left off the list than what was included. A number of h...

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    'Project Nim,' 'A Separation' and 'The Artist' Top Best Reviewed Indies of 2011 on Rotten Tomatoes

    In a refreshing change of pace, "Project Nim" beat out awards juggernaut "The Artist" to win the Golden Tomato for best reviewed film in limited release at the 13th Annual Golden Tomato Awards, in which Rotten Tomatoes honors the best-reviewed films of 2011.

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    Wim Wenders' 'Pina,' 'Buck,' 'Paradise Lost 3,' 'Project Nim' & More Make Oscar Documentary Shortlist

    ...and then there were 15. Just like that, the field for the films battling for the five slots at the Oscars for Best Documentary just got a lot smaller. The Academy Of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences announced the shortlist for the award and once again, there is no love for Werner Herzog.

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    In Theaters: 'Horrible Bosses' Or 'The Zookeeper'? You Decide

    Hello my summer chickadees, have your retinas grown back after the assault of "Transformers: Dark of the Moon"? I'm peeping through protective lenses as I type my weekly missive to you. This weekend doesn't hold quite as much bombast in new releases, so if your addiction to explosions and CGI rears its head, you'll have to revisit some of our earlier summer releases. Or just take it down a notch with some low brow comedy. If you like your comedy R-rated, we have "Horrible Bosses." If you want to take a kid (or you have a massive head wound), check out "The Zookeeper" with the maestro of fat man physical comedy, Kevin James. There are also a f...

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    INTERVIEW | Is "Project Nim" Director James Marsh Shaping Up to Be the Next Werner Herzog?

    Is James Marsh shaping up to be the next Werner Herzog? Of course that remains to be seen, but the two revered documentary filmmakers do share one thing in common: They both direct narrative features as well. Marsh, who won the Best Documentary Academy Award for "Man on Wire," has two fiction films ...

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    Interview: James Marsh Talks 'Project Nim' & Says He's Not A Fan Of Tom Hooper's 'The Damned United'

    James Marsh is a rare breed of director that seems equally at ease doing documentaries as he is doing fiction films. He’s probably best known for his Oscar winning documentary “Man On Wire,” about tightrope walker Philippe Petit who illegally performed his high-wire routine between the Twin Towers i...

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