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    Animated Movies Are Growing Up, and That's a Great Thing for Cinephiles

    When adult dramas are at the core of animated family fare, the results are as profound as they are powerful.

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    Watch: Jack Black Pillow Fights And Sings K-Pop In Totally Normal Clips From Totally Normal TV Show

    The actor participated in some hilarious challenges as part of the Korean program "Infinity Challenge."

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    'Anomalisa' Filmmakers on Animated Sex, Their 'Impossibly Low' Budget, and the Sad Impatience of the Studio System

    Co-directors Duke Johnson and Charlie Kaufman and producer Rosa Tran discuss the painstaking craft that went into their adult-oriented stop-motion Oscar contender.

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    'The Boy and the Beast' Dir. Mamoru Hosoda on Shared Fatherhood & Why His Films Deal with Two Worlds

    Hosoda opened up about his marked interest in identities composed of what’s on the surface and what lies beneath, the concept of shared fatherhood, and the films that inspired him to work in this medium.

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    Charlie Kaufman on the Meaning Behind 'Anomalisa' at PSIFF: 'See the film'

    Charlie Kaufman’s first venture into animation, co-directed by stop-motion wizard Duke Johnson, is the story of an alienated, married, mild-mannered, middle-aged customer-relations guru on a business trip to Cincinnati.

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    'The Little Prince' Set to Make U.S. Premiere at Santa Barbara Film Festival

    Mark Osborne's "The Little Prince," based off Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's 1943 novel of the same name, will sees its long-awaited U.S. premiere at the 31st Santa Barbara International Film Festival.

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