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    Review: Forget 'Twilight.' Jim Jarmusch's 'Only Lovers Left Alive' Is the Only Vampire Movie You Need to See

    If the fashionable bloodsuckers of the "Twilight" movies traded their frantic stares for expressions of ennui, they might have something in common with the retro cool vampires at the heart of Jim Jarmusch's "Only Lovers Left Alive."

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    Flying Dog Beer and Sony Classics to Showcase First Full Ralph Steadman Exhibit in NYC in 13 Years

    Flying Dog Beer and Sony Pictures Classics will hold a limited edition exhibit of Steadman's paintings and photography at the Red Bull Academy of Music. The exhibit will coincide with the New York opening of Sony Pictures Classics' Steadman documentary "For No Good Reason."

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    Review: 'The Raid 2' Is One of the Great Action Films of Recent Memory

    "The Raid 2" is grander and superior to its predecessor in every conceivable way.

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    'The Who' Documentary 'Lambert & Stamp' Acquired by Sony Pictures Classics

    Anyone wondering just how 'The Who' came to creation should be delighted at the news of the documentary "Lambert & Stamp," which recently premiere at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival to rave reviews, now having been acquired by Sony Pictures Classics. The distributor has just bought all North America...

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    Sony Pictures Classics Nabs 'Infinitely Polar Bear' Fresh From Sundance

    Sony Pictures Classics has acquired all North American, German, UK, Scandinavian, Eastern European and Russian rights to Maya Forbes’ directorial debut "Infinitely Polar Bear" which recently premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.

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    Sony Classics Acquires Hungary's Oscar Bid, 'The Notebook'

    Sony Pictures Classics has acquired North American rights to "The Notebook," Hungary's entry for Best Foreign Language Film (not the Ryan Gosling-starring weepie). The film, directed by Janos Szasz ("The Witman Boys"), won the top prize at the 2013 Karlovy Vary Film Festival, where it world premiere...

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    Review: Ralph Fiennes Directs Himself As Charles Dickens In Classy 'Invisible Woman,' But It's Felicity Jones Who Shines

    Ralph Fiennes' quasi-modern adaptation of "Coriolanus," which marked the actor's directorial debut, was a sharply experimental take on the source material. For his second effort behind the camera, "The Invisible Woman," the director has taken a more classical approach. Adapting Claire Tomalin's book...

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    Ralph Fiennes On How His Own Celebrity Factors Into 'The Invisible Woman' and How Painful It Was to Edit His Own Performance

    With "The Invisible Woman," Ralph Fiennes proves that his acclaimed directorial debut "Coriolanus" was no fluke. Shot just over a year later, "The Invisible Woman" sees the Oscar-nominee go from playing one of Shakespeare's most divisive protagonists to embodying beloved author Charles Dickens. Show...

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    'The Past' Star Bérénice Bejo on Her Cannes Award Winning Performance and Working With Asghar Farhadi For Half a Year

    Returning to Cannes following her international breakthrough performance in 2011's awards juggernaut "The Artist," directed by her husband Michel Hazanavicius, Oscar nominee Bérénice Bejo returned the Croisette this year with another film to sure to return her to the forefront of awards talk -- Asgh...

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    Watch: Ralph Fiennes as a Philandering Charles Dickens in 'Invisible Woman' International Trailer

    Greeted with warms reviews at both the Telluride and Toronto film festivals, Ralph Fiennes' sophomore film following "Coriolanus," "The Invisible Woman," sees the thesp once again putting himself center stage, this time as legendary author Charles Dickens. A new international trailer has landed for ...

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