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    Watch: Reactions to Spike Jonze's Latest in The Creators Project's 'HER: Love in the Modern Age'

    The Creators Project presents "Her: Love in the Modern Age," a short documentary directed by Lance Bangs featuring interviews from the likes of Olivia Wilde, James Murphy and Bret Easton Ellis, among countless other artists, to shed some light on both the film and the themes it depicts.

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    Watch the Directorial Debut From LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy, a Short Film About a Man Returning Home to Japan

    Since LCD Soundsystem disbanded in 2011, frontman James Murphy has crafted a presence for himself in the cinematic medium. The band's final show became the subject of the acclaimed doc "Shut Up and Play the Hits," and Murphy played a supporting turn in Rick Alverson and Tim Heidecker's "The Comedy."

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    Watch: LCD Soundsytem's James Murphy's Meditative Debut Short Film 'Little Duck' Plus Odd Future's Horror Movie

    As anyone who saw the LCD Soundsystem concert doc “Shut Up And Play The Hits” can attest, frontman and producer James Murphy needs to stay busy to stay happy, and since the band's end in 2011, he's done just that: an acting role in Rick Alverson's caustic film “The Comedy”, a collaboration with Gori...

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    Exclusive: Jacques Audiard Says English-Language Western Might Be Next, Wants James Murphy To Write Songs For Musical Project

    The emergence of French filmmaker Jacques Audiard on the world scene has been one of the great cinematic pleasures of the last decade or so. Although he's been in the business for years (winning the Cesar for best debut for 1994's "See How They Fall"), it was 2005's excellent "The Beat That My Heart...

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    Full 3.5 Hour LCD Soundsystem Madison Square Garden Show Confirmed To Feature On 'Shut Up And Play The Hits' DVD

    Eschewing the normal rock-doc mythmaking benchmarks for an intensely focused record of electro-rock outfit LCD Soundsystem’s final Madison Square Garden show, “Shut Up and Play The Hits” was indeed a hit when it first premiered at Sundance, as well as the one-night-only screenings held nationwide fo...

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    How 'Shut Up and Play the Hits' Provides Closure for LCD Soundsystem Fans

    At a pivotal moment in "Shut Up and Play the Hits," James Murphy cries.

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    LCD Soundsystem Frontman James Murphy Could Have Taken A Major Role In Noah Baumbach's 'The Corrections'

    We were pretty much champing at the bit to see "The Corrections," an adaptation of the book by Jonathan Franzen, acclaimed by many as one of the greatest Great American Novels of the last couple of decades. Under the shepherding hand of super-producer Scott Rudin, with a home at quality-fa...

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    James Murphy & 'Shut Up And Play The Hits' Filmmakers Say Full 4 Hour Madison Square Concert Will See The Light Of Day

    We can't remember the last time a concert movie caused quite as much excitement as "Shut Up And Play The Hits." But given that the film is a document of the final gig of James Murphy's LCD Soundsystem, one of the most acclaimed bands of the last decade, it's easy to understand. Despite reaching a po...

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