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    European Film Award Winner Mica Levi on Why Composing 'Under the Skin' Was "Really Mental"

    You won't hear a more gorgeously freaky score this year than Mica Levi's unnerving, scratchy and seductive music for Jonathan Glazer's 'Under the Skin,' now the winner of a European Film Award.

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    Why Gotham Nominee 'Under the Skin' Took a Decade to Make (VIDEOS)

    Filmmaker Jonathan Glazer on why it took him ten years to make "Under the Skin": "I am stubborn, you have to strong have a strong will to do anything really, to stand by what you are trying to do. It's made a lot easier when you are inspired by something."

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    How Jonathan Glazer Got 'Under the Skin' of Scarlett Johansson

    Indiewire spoke with "Birth" director Jonathan Glazer about his new film "Under the Skin," and what it was like working with Scarlett Johansson who plays an alien in the sci-fi shocker.

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    Exclusive: 'Under The Skin' Motion Poster Plus Win Soundtrack Signed By Jonathan Glazer & Mica Levi

    The word "mindblowing" is tossed around a lot, particularly during the summer season when blockbusters bring forth expensive, explosion filled spectacles. But few movies this year will truly define that term, and certainly none of them will be as unique and distinctive as Jonathan Glazer's "Under Th...

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    Specialty Box Office: 'Chinese Puzzle' Shows Promise, 'The Immigrant' Disappoints, and 'Budapest Hotel' Hits $55 Million

    Here's a rundown of the specialty box office this weekend, which saw Cédric Klapisch's "Chinese Puzzle" find a promising debut, James Gray's much more anticipated "The Immigrant" fail to make much of an impression, and "Chef," "Ida," "Belle" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel" all hold on nicely later in...

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    Specialty Box Office: Jon Favreau and James Franco Lead a Strong Indie Weekend With 'Chef' and 'Palo Alto'

    Here's a rundown of the specialty box office this Mother's Day weekend, which saw Jon Favreau and James Franco bring their star power to art houses to the tune of two very strong debuts...

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