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    11 Reasons Why 'The Blacklist' is Worth $2 Million an Episode

    The NBC drama starring James Spader might not be on your radar, but Netflix thinks it's worth millions -- and you might end up thinking so as well.

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    Watch: Jake Gyllenhaal Tracks Down His Doppelganger In The Trailer For Denis Villeneuve's Thriller 'Enemy'

    Teaming up once more with his "Prisoners" director Denis Villeneuve, Jake Gyllenhaal takes on another riveting suspense thriller entitled "Enemy." The film premiered alongside "Prisoners" at last year's Toronto International Film Festival and looks to be as enthralling, if more abstract, a collabora...

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    Isabella Rossellini on Her Newest Nature-Themed Shorts Series 'Mammas' and Making Films for the Web

    Isabella Rossellini is a dauntless actress and a famous beauty descended from film royalty, which makes it all the more wonderful that her work as a director has been so delightfully silly. Working with Sundance Channel, Rossellini has produced multiple series of nature-themed short films for the we...

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    Isabella Rossellini Will Follow Up 'Green Porno' With New Wacky Web Series 'Mammas'

    Isabella Rossellini charmed the world with "Green Porno," the strange, funny and idiosyncratic short film/web series she did for the Sundance Channel in which she donned costumes to enact the mating rituals of a dragonfly, spider, bee, praying mantis, firefly, worm, snail and housefly...

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    TIFF '11 Review: Guy Maddin's 'Keyhole' Beautiful And Brassy...But Frustratingly Sealed

    Let us pause, then, to contemplate the fate and fortunes of the director who does not have his or her eye set on the five-picture deal, the glossy franchise, the production wing in the bungalow offices of some major studio; what becomes of the director who only wants to make art and make it well? Canada's Guy Maddin clearly has no eye on commercial success -- rumor has it that his next feature might actually be in color -- and instead prefers to stand at the edge and peer into the abyss to look for what's next. This is a unique vantage point, to be sure, but it's also perilous if one should fall; "Keyhole" is both too much and too little, a c...

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    Venice '11 Review: 'Persepolis' Follow-Up 'Chicken With Plums' Is Amiable & Pretty, But Twee & Thin

    It can be difficult to shift from animation to live-action direction; the processes are very different, and even an accomplished animation helmer can sometimes be undone once they're faced with cameras, actors and the breakneck schedule of a feature film shoot, as opposed to the multi-year process that produces a feature cartoon. Some have managed it, Tim Burton being the most obvious example (at first, anyway...) and Pixar dons Brad Bird and Andrew Stanton are both hoping to make the leap in the next few months. But it's got to be even harder to go from working in graphic novels, to animation, to live-action, but that's been the path for Mar...

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