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    Watch: Indie Spirit Nominee Jenny Slate on Sex and Standup in 'Obvious Child' (Exclusive)

    Stand-up comic and Indie Spirit 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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    'The Sleepwalker' Writers on Balancing Filmmaking with Baby-Making

    Real-life couple Brady Corbet and Mona Fastvold are taking their working dynamic from 'The Sleepwalker" to "The Childhood of a Leader."

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    Mica Levi on Why Composing 'Under the Skin' Was "Really Mental"

    You won't hear a more gorgeously freaky score this year than Mica Levi's unnerving, scratchy and seductive music for Jonathan Glazer's 'Under the Skin,' now the winner of a European Film Award.

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    John Leguizamo on Dirty Old New York, 'Fugly' and Faking Orgasms

    John Leguizamo gets candid about sex, clowns and the city. Then Spike Lee calls him. Just a normal day, really.

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    Eddie Redmayne on His 'Frustrating' Performance in 'The Theory of Everything' and Why He Never Wants to Sing Again

    Eddie Redmayne's transformation into Stephen Hawking is one of Indiewire's favorite performances of the year. Here's how he did it.

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    'Garfield' Creator Jim Davis On His Creation and Why Bill Murray Would Do Another Movie

    "Garfield" creator Jim Davis knows why Saturday morning cartoons have disappeared.

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    Why Felicity Jones Isn't Just the Loyal Wife in 'The Theory of Everything'

    Much like Jane Hawking's influence on Stephen Hawking's career, Felicity Jones' performance in "The Theory of Everything" isn't one that's just a supporting role.

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