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    'Paradise Lost' Trilogy Co-Director Bruce Sinofsky Dies at 58

    The news was broken by Sinofsky's longtime directing partner Joe Berlinger.

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    Harmony Korine Remembers Late 'Gummo' Actor Bryant Crenshaw

    The Nashville local was struck by a car on Thursday night.

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    Richard Attenborough, Actor and Oscar-Winning Director of 'Gandhi,' Dies at 90

    The "Jurassic Park" actor and Academy Award-winning director has died.

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    Critic's Notebook: How Robin Williams' Snuck His Genius Into Movies

    Even in his comedy work, the late actor was more than just a funnyman.

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    R.I.P. Robert L. Drew, the Father of American Cinéma Vérité

    The family of documentary filmmaker Robert L. Drew issued this statement on his passing.

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    Gordon Willis, Legendary 'Godfather' Cinematographer, Dead at 82

    Academy Award-nominated cinematographer Gordon Willis, who helped define the look of 70s cinema and worked closely with Francis Ford Coppola, Woody Allen and Alan Pakula, died on Sunday at 82.

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    Report: Malik Bendjelloul, 'Searching for Sugar Man' Director, Committed Suicide

    Academy Award-winning documentarian Malik Bendjelloul ("Search for Sugar Man"), 36, was found dead in Stockholm on Tuesday.

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    Bob Hoskins' Last Great Performance

    The 2007 drama "Go Go Tales" showed Hoskins doing what he did best.

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    Obituary: Harold Ramis Was a Serious Filmmaker Who Made Us Laugh

    It’s appropriate that Harold Ramis played the straight-faced, data-crunching member of the Ghostbusters, because he had all the big ideas. More than just the nice guy from the Second City class that defined American movie comedy post-1980 both behind and in front of the camera, Ramis was a serious f...

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    Critic's Notebook: How Philip Seymour Hoffman Rescued American Movies

    Nobody could mess with a Philip Seymour Hoffman performance.

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