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    What Makes a Film Pop at Sundance? Cinetic Media Talks 2015 Breakouts, Raising 'Boyhood'

    We sit down with Cinetic Media to reflect on 'Boyhood''s year-long journey from Sundance, and the buzzy titles on offer at this year's edition of the festival.

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    'Duke of Burgundy' Director Peter Strickland Wants You to Stop Comparing Him to David Lynch

    One of cinema's most divisive libertines, Peter Strickland dishes about influences, anxiety, S&M and his latest film 'The Duke of Burgundy,' opening January 23.

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    Stewart and Binoche Do a Twisty Tête-à-Tête in the Unforgettable 'Clouds of Sils Maria' (Trailer)

    Watch the new US trailer for Olivier Assayas' terrific psychodrama starring Kristen Stewart and Juliette Binoche.

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    Watch: David Krumholtz Takes On Bubbe Drag for IFC's 'Gigi's Bucket List'

    David Krumholtz effortlessly portrays a 72 year old Jewish granny from Florida in this clip from a potential new IFC series.

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    IFC Acquires Venice Winner 'Hungry Hearts,' Starring Adam Driver

    IFC sews up a deal for the Italian thriller whose stars took home awards for best actor and actress at Venice.

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    Richard Gere Will Wait for Next Year for IFC 'Time Out of Mind' Release

    IFC Films has acquired Oren Moverman's must-see festival hit "Time Out of Mind" for release in 2015, when Gere's naked, restrained performance will surely be a contender in the Best Actor race.

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    Screen Talk: Debating 'Gone Girl,' Foreign & Doc Oscar Contenders, Netflix Movie Moves

    Indiewire critic Eric Kohn and I debate the merits of several New York Film Festival films, from David Fincher's "Gone Girl" to foreign Oscar entries "Saint Laurent" and "Timbuktu."

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    'Boyhood' Star Patricia Arquette Goes Supporting

    The Best Actress Oscar race is weak, as usual. In Toronto, IFC Films chief Jonathan Sehring--who took the gamble on backing Richard Linklater's indie hit "Boyhood" over 12 years--hadn't decided whether to push the film's mother, Patricia Arquette, in Best Actress or Supporting. Well, he confirmed t...

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    IFC Center's 35mm Series Brings Back Woody Allen, Nicholas Roeg Classics

    The "Celluloid Dreams" series gets into seasonal style with horror in October and a cool romance for November.

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