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    Watch: John Lithgow, Star of Gotham Nominee 'Love Is Strange'

    There are so many coming-of-age stories every year that it's rare to see a mature love story. Even though Ira Sachs' "Love is Strange," which debuted at Sundance and earned a Best Feature nomination for the Gotham Awards, is about two gay men who get married, it's more about aging love. It's touchin...

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    Watch: Gotham Nominee Jenny Slate Talks Sex and Standup in 'Obvious Child' (Exclusive)

    Stand-up comic and Gotham Award nominee Jenny Slate didn't go from zero to breakout overnight. 'Obvious Child' suited her talents perfectly, as writer-director Gillian Robespierre carefully crafted this star vehicle that became the toast of Sundance 2014.

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    Watch: 'Nightcrawler' Star Jake Gyllenhaal Looks Into Eyes of Coyote

    One dark horse awards candidate to emerge from the Toronto Film Festival is Dan Gilroy's Jake Gyllenhaal vehicle "Nightcrawler" (October 31). Watch my video interview with the busy actor, who is heading for Broadway--and a possible second Oscar nomination.

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    Watch: How Martin Scorsese Juggles Projects Like 'The 50 Year Argument'

    Director David Tedeschi knows how to get the busiest man in showbiz, Martin Scorsese, to pop his head into his editing room--play some music. Scorsese, who is always juggling projects at his New York office, inevitably joins him. Fest hit "The 50 Year Argument," on New York Review of Books, plays NY...

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    Watch: Viggo Mortensen Loves Patricia Highsmith in 'Two Faces of January'

    Viggo Mortensen talks about how he chooses projects and worked with rookie director Hossein Amini and his costars Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac on "The Two Faces of January," a delightfully twisted "chess game" of a triangle relationship.

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    Watch TIFF Talk: 'Good Kill' Team Ethan Hawke & Andrew Niccol Explore Drone Warfare

    TIFF Talk: Ethan Hawke and Andrew Niccol collaborate for the third time on drone warfare expose "Good Kill." See Q &A, videos, clip and new poster.

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    TIFF Maverick Julie Taymor Creates Hybrid Theater/Film with 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' (VIDEO)

    One of the high points of the recent Toronto International Film Festival was not only watching the world premiere of Taymor's latest Shakespeare film--shot by her "Frida" cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto, combining her recent acclaimed Brooklyn live theater production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" wi...

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    WATCH: Portrait of Hamas Informant 'The Green Prince' (TRAILER)

    Check out the new trailer for timely Sundance world documentary audience award winner "The Green Prince," based on Mosab Hassan Yousef's bestselling memoir "Son of Hamas," which will open September 12th in New York and in Los Angeles and then slowly expand to select cities nationwide.

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    Mel Gibson Talks Return to Directing, Shia LaBeouf, Vikings at Karlovy Vary (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

    Mel Gibson talks returning to directing and the price of being a movie star at Karlovy Vary (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO).

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    Linklater on Unique Time Travel Fiction 'Boyhood,' with Coltrane, Hawke & Arquette EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

    How often do we get to see a movie that is utterly unlike anything we have ever seen before? It is rare. For his entire career, from the start with his Sundance breakout "Slackers" in 1991, Austin filmmaker Richard Linklater has worked outside the box. I interview Linklater as well as Ethan Hawke, ...

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