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    Review: ‘The Two Faces of January,’ Starring Oscar Isaac and Viggo Mortensen, Is Not Your Typical Patricia Highsmith Adaptation

    Today's pick for Time Warner Cable's Indie Film Month is "The Two Faces of January." Here's our review of the film, which stars Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac.

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    The Best and Worst of Elmore Leonard Film Adaptions

    Today's pick for Time Warner Cable's Indie Film Month is "Life of Crime," the latest film to be adapted from a novel by Elmore Leonard. In honor of the late author's contribution to film, we take a look back at the best and worst film adaptations of his novels.

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    The Films of Kevin Smith, Ranked Worst to Best

    Today's Throwback Thursday pick for Time Warner Cable's Indie Film Month is Kevin Smith's classic comedy "Clerks." Here are all of his films, ranked from worst to best. Guess where "Clerks" falls on the list.

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    Meet Jack O'Connell, the Unknown Actor Angelina Jolie Cast As Her Leading Man

    At 23, Jack O’Connell has been a mainstay in British cinema for close to a decade, but he's about to break out in a big way.

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    Review: Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon Serve up a Plate of Leftovers in 'The Trip to Italy'

    Winterbottom's Italian riff on "The Trip" turns the tables on the characters with a middling sort of conviction.

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    How Cinematographer Bobby Bukowski Shot Five Films in 18 Months

    Veteran cinematographer Bobby Bukowski talks to Indiewire about his latest film to open, "Very Good Girls," and how he manages his insane schedule.

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    Darren Aronofsky, Natalie Portman and Winona Ryder on the Making of 'Black Swan'

    Today's Throwback Thursday pick for Time Warner Cable's Indie Film Month is Darren Aronofsky's Oscar-winning drama "Black Swan." Learn about the making of the film via Aronofsky and his leading lady, Natalie Portman, in this talk from the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival.

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    Jim Jarmusch on Vampires, Music and the Future of Independent Film

    Jim Jarmusch talks to Indiewire about the future of independent film and his latest film, "Only Lovers Left Alive," which is now available to watch on Time Warner Cable Movies on Demand as part of their Indie Film Month.

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    John Turturro on Sex, Religion and Why He'd Work With Woody Allen Again

    Today's TWC Indie Film Month pick is "Fading Gigolo," written and directed by John Turturro. Indiewire spoke with Turturro about his new film and working with the film's star, Woody Allen.

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