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    Why Oscar Nominee Toni Collette Doesn't Consider Herself To Be a Movie Star

    Chances are you probably know Toni Collette as an Australian Oscar-nominated actress, and not as a singer-songwriter. As it turns out, she has one album under her belt titled "Beautiful Awkward Pictures," that she released in 2006 and recorded with her husband, musician Dave Galafassi.

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    Cannes Review: 'Footloose' In Ireland? With 'Jimmy's Hall,' Ken Loach Matches History With Entertainment

    The 77-year-old Ken Loach explores the story of a man who brought jazz and culture to provincial Ireland in this entertaining Cannes premiere.

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    Cannes Review: Is Xavier Dolan's 'Mommy' His Best Film?

    Xavier Dolan's fifth feature has a vitality and movement that goes beyond craftsmanship to illustrate the filmmaker's evolution as an artist.

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    Why Marion Cotillard Could Finally Win a Cannes Award

    Following this morning's world premiere of Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne's "Two Days, One Night" at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, Marion Cotillard is now unquestionably a front-runner for an award from this year's jury led by Jane Campion.

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    Cannes Review: Channing Tatum Anchors Bennett Miller's Icy 'Foxcatcher,' But the Revelation is Steve Carell

    Bennett Miller's story of a professional wrestler and the deranged man who financed him before turning to murder gives Steve Carrell his first great dramatic role.

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    Marion Cotillard on Learning a Whole New Language to Play a Polish Prostitute in ‘The Immigrant’

    Marion Cotillard is never one to back down from a challenge, as with her most recent role in James Gray's "The Immigrant."

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    'The Immigrant' Director James Gray Tells His Critics To 'Go F*** Themselves' and Explains His Deeply Personal Connection to the Film

    Indiewire sat down with a chatty James Gray the day following the film's premiere in Cannes to discuss the mixed reaction to the drama, what inspired him to write it with his "Two Lovers" collaborator Ric Menello, and whether he would ever consider taking a break from his emotionally bruising films ...

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    Here Are 10 Indies to Watch With Your Mother This Mother's Day

    If you're lucky enough to be spending time with your mother this Sunday and want nothing more than to watch some great films together, then Indiewire has you covered. Here are 10 mommy-centric indies sure to deepen your bond this Mother's Day.

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    Review: How Gia Coppola Turns James Franco's Short Stories Into Cinematic Teen Angst With 'Palo Alto'

    Borrowing liberally from the likes of "Kids" and "Elephant," first-time feature director Gia Coppola's "Palo Alto" is a largely familiar portrait of teen angst, but it's also a fairly accomplished one.

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    Review: Why Even Philip Seymour Hoffman Can't Save John Slattery's Directorial Debut, 'God's Pocket'

    John Slattery, best known for his role as the debonair "Mad Men" star Roger Sterling, makes the shift from actor to director with his feature length debut.

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