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    John Williams, Gustavo Santaolalla and Gustavo Dudamel Take The Academy Behind the Score

    If you're a music buff, especially one in Los Angeles, the names John Williams, Gustavo Santaolalla and Gustavo Dudamel are practically sacred.

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    Trailer Watch: Dan Stevens Plays an Unexpected Visitor in 'The Guest'

    Dan Stevens rocked the fan boat when he departed "Downton Abbey," with loyal Downton-ers shocked and dismayed at the death of his character, Matthew, the Abbey's heir.

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    Chicago Wins Bid for Billion-Dollar George Lucas Museum

    It's official: Chicago has beat out San Francisco and Los Angeles to be the site of an interactive museum that will house "Star Wars" creator George Lucas's sizable collection of art and moviemaking mementoes.

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    Adapted from a Scam: Rania Attieh & Daniel Garcia on 'Recommended by Enrique'

    Displaying tonally perfect performances by the protagonists, “Recommended by Enrique” is awkwardly hilarious and downright original. Modern trends inhabit a strange world of makeshift stardom, obscure intentions, and traditional Mexican spooky legends for an indie movie experience unlike many out th...

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    Kerry Brougher Opens Up About Academy Museum, Challenges Ahead

    What exactly is a film museum? It's a question without a clear answer, but one upon which some $300 million is riding as the Academy Museum lopes towards the goal of a 2017 opening.

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    'Violette' by Martin Provost

    Violette , in French, subtitled in English, follows the strange and compelling story from the World War 2 years through the 1960s of trailblazing bisexual French feminist novelist Violette Leduc (Emmanuelle Devos, Kings and Queen) and her struggle to find her voice as a writer. Scarred by both a chi...

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    LA Film Festival Reveals 2014 Lineup, Includes Eastwood's 'Jersey Boys,' 'Dear White People,' 'Two Faces of January' and More

    The Los Angeles Film Festival has revealed its lineup for the 2014 edition of the fest. Included is the premiere of Clint Eastwood's "Jersey Boys" (as the closer), and gala screenings of Ira Sachs' "Love Is Strange," Justin Simien's "Dear White People" and Hossein Amini's Patricia Highsmith adaptati...

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    Water & Power- The Mythology of Barrio Lyricism

    Richard Montoya's "Water & Power" is a fusion between experimental Neo Noir and darkly humorous crime saga. It plays with language in a cheeky and tonally perfect manner. Rapid-fire dialogue with a hundred local references per second and endless puns that allude to the protagonists nicknames, all bl...

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