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    Oscar Winner Julianne Moore on What She Learned Making ‘Still Alice’

    Julianne Moore’s performance as an accomplished career woman, wife and mother diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s disease in 'Still Alice' was an awards season talking point since its TIFF premiere, finally winning her her first Oscar.

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    'Independent Ed' by Edward Burns a Primer for Riding the Industry Waves

    Edward Burns created the DIY model back in the 90s with 'The Brothers McMullen,' and returned to it when conventional studio financing faded away; he also made iTunes his friend. Now he's written a must-read memoir and guide for emerging filmmakers and beyond.

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    Sundance: Alexander Skarsgard, Bel Powley and Director Marielle Heller on Bringing 'Diary of a Teenage Girl' to Life

    How do you adapt a beloved graphic novel about a teenager who has sex with her mom's boyfriend? Here's what writer-director Marielle Heller and the stars of the Sundance hit "Diary of a Teenage Girl" had to say...

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    Sundance: Blythe Danner and Sam Elliott Play 70ish Leads in Bleecker Street Pickup 'I'll See You in My Dreams'

    We talk to the two leads of Brett Haley's Sundance entry "I'll See You in My Dreams," which could prove an arthouse sleeper. Bleecker Street thinks so, as they acquired worldwide rights with their first big Sundance buy.

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    Springboard: Meet the Breakout Star of the Sundance Hit, 'Diary of a Teenage Girl'

    Bel Powley, the breakout star of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival film, discusses her daring role and being the "it" girl.

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    Jude Law on Books, Dating and Bulking Up for Submarine Thriller 'Black Sea'

    Jude Law's new film "Black Sea"opened on January 23, before which he sat down with Indiewire to chat.

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    Why You Shouldn't Say Hi to 'Low Down's' John Hawkes on the Street

    John Hawkes plays troubled jazz musician Joe Albany in Jeff Preiss' "Low Down." Hawkes sat down with Indiewire to chat about his musical roots and his new found fame.

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