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    Charlie Bucket and Veruca Salt! The "Willy Wonka" Stars Talk for the Film's 40th Anniversary

    This year marks the 40th anniversary of “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,” possibly the finest children's film of the 20th century. Based on the children's book by Roald Dahl and directed by Mel Stuart, it's the story of a young boy named Charlie (Peter Ostrum) who...

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    Charlotte Gainsbourg of "Melancholia" Talks Lars von Trier and Her Latest Album

    Despite what Kirsten Dunst's Cannes Best Actress coup for "Melancholia" would lead you to believe, Lars von Trier's latest drama is essentially a two-handed affair. The film is split into two sections, the first titled 'Justine' (Dunst's character); the second '...

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    Meet Buck Brannaman, the Real-Life Horse Whisperer & Subject of "Buck," Our DVD Pick of the Week

    Revered horse trainer and real-life cowboy Buck Brannaman is used to a busy, road tripping lifestyle. For three decades in clinics all over the U.S., Brannaman has taught horse owners what is commonly referred to as 'natural horsemanship': a philosophy of working with horses based on understanding how horses think and communicate. With this spring's release of "Buck," Cindy Meehl’s documentary on his life and troubled childhood, Brannaman became busier (and more popular) than ever. The film went on to exceed the wildest of expectations, grossing over $4 million at the domestic box office, making Brannaman a star on the doc circuit. It comes o...

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    Happy New Year! indieWIRE @ Hulu Docs Checks out Jewish Portraits

    Rosh Hashanah -- the Jewish New Year -- falls this week, so it's fitting that indieWIRE-curated selections on Hulu's Documentaries page offer a series of portraits of Jewish lives in the past and the present.

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    Charlton Heston's Son on "Ben-Hur": "I thought my dad was a professional chariot driver."

    William Wyler's epic "Ben-Hur," gets the deluxe treatment in Warner Bros.' 50th-anniversary Ultimate Collector's Edition. It hits stores on DVD and Blu-ray today and it's our pick of the week.

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    Joseph Gordon-Levitt on RECollection: Volume 1: "This is the first time that I’ve made something."

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt doesn't seem like he's running a collaborative multimedia studio.

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    Small Screens | Richard Press Talks "Bill Cunningham New York," Our DVD Pick of the Week

    Richard Press' portrait of the massively influential New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham, "Bill Cunningham New York," hits DVD today after breaking box office records at New York's Film Forum when it opened back in March.

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    Small Screens: A 9/11 Widow Talks "Rebirth," Our DVD Pick of the Week

    Shortly after opening in select theaters last month (it hits more markets throughout September), Jim Whitaker's documentary portrait of emotional and physical rebuilding following 9/11, "Rebirth," hits DVD today. It's iW's pick of the week.

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    Talking with Eli Craig, Director of Our VOD Pick of the Week: "Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil"

    Eli Craig's blood-soaked feature directorial debut, "Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil," premiered at Sundance 2010. It's a real comedy-horror hybrid, which may explain why it took a while to get a release. However, its good buzz is well deserved and cult status could follow if it finds its audience on VOD (wh...

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    Small Screens: Pick of the Week Ava DuVernay and "I WIll Follow"

    Ava DuVernay's feature filmmaking debut, "I Will Follow," is a day in the life of a woman at a crossroads following the death of a loved one. It was also the flagship release of the African American Film Releasing Movement, a collaborative that unites black film festivals and gras...

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