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    Toby Jones Talks the 'Twisted Love Story' of 'The Girl' and Finding Hitchcock Under Four Hours of Prosthetics

    Before Anthony Hopkins unveils his interpretation of the iconic filmmaker in the upcoming Fox Searchlight film "Hitchcock," Toby Jones will offer up his in "The Girl," which premieres on HBO Saturday, October 20, at 9 pm. Directed by Julian Jarrold ("Becoming Jane,...

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    Rory Kennedy on Offering an Inside Look at America's Most Famous Political Family in 'Ethel'

    "Ethel" is a documentary about director Rory Kennedy's ("Ghosts of Abu Ghraib") mother. But it also, of course, covers a tumultuous swath of U.S. politics from a unique perspective -- Ethel Kennedy, née Skakel, married into America's most famous family in 1950, whe...

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    Founder Terence Gray Explains How The New York Television Festival Works

    While film festivals are a well-established way for independent films to get noticed by audiences and members of the industry, the idea of a similar structure for indie TV projects to be shown to networks is a relatively new one. The New York Television Festival, which was launched in 2005 and kicks...

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    Jared Harris Looks Back at 'Mad Men' and the Tragedy and Humor of Lane Pryce

    The interview below contains plot details from the most recent season of "Mad Men" -- anyone who hasn't seen it and would prefer to avoid spoilers is advised to come back to it after getting a chance to catch up.

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    Hitchcock Interviewed by Cavett, from Childhood Trauma and 'The Lodger,' to 'Psycho,' 'The Birds' and Beyond

    As HBO prepares to debut "The Girl," which is set during the filming of "The Birds," and Fox Searchlight is about to open "Hitchcock," set during "Psycho," herewith (thanks to @mikewhite) Dick Cavett's five-part interview with Alfred Hitchcock, taped on Ju...

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    The Daughters of James Bond: Barbara Broccoli and Hilary Saltzman on Their Producer Fathers, Their Films and 50 Years of 007

    October 5th, 2012 has been declared Global James Bond Day in honor of the 50th anniversary of the release of "Dr. No," the first film adaptation of Ian Fleming's series of novels about the legendary superspy. Directed by Terence Young and starring Sean Connery as the premiere...

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    Danny Huston on Finding Compassion for the Villains While Playing a Spectacular One on 'Magic City'

    Danny Huston has played his share of memorable villains in his career, from the cartoonishly sinister Styker in "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" to the philosophically brutal Arthur Burns in "The Proposition" to the mundanely malevolent bureaucrat Sandy Woodrow in 'The Constant Gar...

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    Felicia Day Talks the New Season of Her Hit Web Series 'The Guild' and the Hazards of Being a 'Girl Gamer'

    If you get on the internet for anything other than email, you would be hard-pressed not have heard of Felicia Day. An actress seen on shows such as "Eureka," "Supernatural" and "House," Day is the multifaceted creator, writer, producer and star [as Guild Priestess Codex...

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    Navid Negahban Talks Playing 'Homeland' Boogieman Abu Nazir and Moral Gray Areas

    After watching the first season of "Homeland," it can be surreal to speak to Navid Negahban over the phone. His performance as Osama Bin Ladin archetype Abu Nazir is both memorably ominous while embodying the shifting sense the Showtime drama gives viewers of complicated villains that coul...

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    'Breaking Bad' Director of Photography Michael Slovis Talks About Shaping the Look of the Most Cinematic Show on Television

    When it comes to ambitious television, we tend to talk about the showrunner as the equivalent of the auteur in a film. But the original meaning of that term was more about director imparting his or her visual imprint on a work. And on a show as visually perceptive and imaginative as "Breaking B...

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