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    The 'Boyhood' Team On How to Keep Up the Awards Momentum

    Monday was a very good day for "Boyhood." Luckily for Indiewire, we were able to partake in the celebrations with Richard Linklater and his cast.

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    The Best Things Nathan Lane and Others Said at Elaine Stritch's Broadway Tribute

    All of Broadway came out on a rainy Monday to pay tribute to the icon.

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    'Red Army' Director Spreads Russian Propaganda at New York Premiere

    Indiewire was on the scene at the New York premiere of this likely Oscar contender.

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    Why 'Happy Valley' May Change Your Mind About the Penn State Scandal

    At a New York screening last night, NBC sportscaster Bob Costas introduced Amir Bar-Lev's latest documentary on the Penn State scandal and challenged us all to open our minds to all perspectives of the events that occurred.

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    Why Michael Cera Wasn't Nervous About Debuting on Broadway In 'This Is Our Youth'

    The "Arrested Development" star talks about debuting on Broadway in Kenneth Lonergan's classic play.

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    Michael Keaton and His 'Birdman' Crew Reveal Secrets From the Shoot at Awards Luncheon

    The "Birdman" cast and crew revealed the dark times that lead to the beauty of the Oscar-bound film.

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    Bill Murray Hazes His 'St. Vincent' Director at Film's New York Premiere

    Bill Murray was in fine form at the New York premiere of his latest.

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    'The Good Lie' is Not 'The Blind Side' and Reese Witherspoon is Not the Star

    Indiewire asked the tough questions at the New York premiere of "The Good Lie."

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    NYFF: Eugène Green's 'La Sapienza' Sees the Architecture of All Things

    The mute eloquence of architecture is at the heart of “La Sapienza,” which is a French film from a French director – and dramatist, and educator and authority on French baroque theater – but takes place largely in Rome.

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    Talk Of Big Oil, Car Hacking and More Go Down at NYC Premiere of 'Pump'

    Directors Josh and Rebecca Tickell spoke to Indiewire on the making of the documentary at the film's NY premiere.

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