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    Anthony McCarten and the Art of Trying Harder: The Screenwriter of 'The Theory of Everything'

    “I used a clumsy image of a triple helix. The first thread would be this one of a kind love story, with all the little unorthodox changes in course. The second thread would be the physics that would tell us something about the birth of time and the nature of time. The third element would be the horr...

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    Oscar Isaac Talks About Pragmatism, Morality and Putting Yourself On the Line

    I would ask [J.C.] all these questions--"What’s he feeling here, what’s he going through?"--and he would say, "The hair’s going to be amazing." And I’d be like, "What?" [Laughs] Then, "What’s going on inside…?" He’s like, "The suits, you got to take a look at the suits! The suits are not about fashi...

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    Talking with Ted Melfi About Saints, Compassion, and Survival in Hollywood

    “I’m an instigator and an aggravator. I ask questions people don’t want to ask. I’m fascinated with people. I think it’s what we’re here for.”

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    Margaret Nagle's Long Path to THE GOOD LIE

    Whether immersed in a discussion with Margaret Nagle or in her film "The Good Lie," one seems to forget the materialistic obsessions of our culture.

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    Tim Sutton Talks About MEMPHIS as the Doorway to Enlightenment

    "In my filmmaking I’m completely in the present. I’m completely where I probably can’t be in my real life. That’s my dream life, to be constantly in the present."

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    Kevin Kline on MY OLD LADY, THE LAST OF ROBIN HOOD, and His 26-Year-Old Self

    "I was 26 years old in "The Three Sisters," which may be my favorite play in this world to this day! I was having a go at it. John Houseman was backstage, saying “Don't do that melancholy Midwestern thing!”

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    John Lithgow on Process, His Past and Playing an Artist in LOVE IS STRANGE

    "Darkness and devils! Saddle my horses; call my train together. Degenerate bastard! I'll not trouble thee. Yet have I left a daughter!"

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    Peter Sarsgaard: On NIGHT MOVES, Marine Biology, and Blowing Up Dams

    "I would like to sail across the Atlantic. I would like the experience of being that far away from land."

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    Atom Egoyan Discusses Seeking Truth with DEVIL'S KNOT

    "Every actor has a different temperament. Part of my job is to know what those boundaries are. The actor has to know you’ll be there at the other end, that you’re trying to represent them in the best light, who they are as they’re harnessing these roles."

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    David Gordon Green on Challenging the Audience and Challenging the Character

    "I don’t approach the process of directing movies like I’m the authority. I’m more the ringmaster of the circus. Let’s bring all the animals in the ring, and then let’s get loose."

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