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    Exclusive Video: Pablo Berger Discusses Bringing Back Snow White for Spain's Foreign Language Entry 'Blancanieves'

    After screenings in Toronto, Rotterdam, and BFI's London Film Festival among many others, the U.S. release of the silent, black-and-white Snow White fable (Spain's official Oscar submission last year) "Blancanieves," is right around the corner. In anticipation of the release we have an exclusive vid...

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    Jamie Foxx, Kerry Washington On Race, the N-Word & 'Django Unchained' (Video Interview)

    When I asked Jamie Foxx and Kerry Washington if they had refused anything that director Quentin Tarantino asked them to do or say in Django Unchained – you can imagine that these very smart African-American actors, playing slaves, might tell their white director where to draw the line -- ...

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    Christoph Waltz on Quentin, Race in America, and 'Django Unchained' (Video Interview)

    Django Unchained proves that Christoph Waltz’s amazing performance as a Nazi in Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds was no fluke. He is every bit as vivid, and sly in a completely different way, in Tarantino’s latest film about slavery, violence and pre-Civil War America....

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    Can Tap Dancing Save Your Life? Whit Stillman On The Retro-Utopia of Damsels in Distress

    Once glance at Damsels in Distress reminds you that Whit Stillman is a true original. This delicious, sharp, sometimes daffy film give us a benign coven of flower-named college students - Violet, Lily, Rose and Heather – in a story that is technically set in the present but actually exist...

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    Video Interview: Edward Burns On His Small-Budget Charmer, "Newlyweds"

    Edward Burns’ latest film, Newlyweds, is a delightfully witty, sharply observed romance that comes with its own amazing origin story. Although you wouldn’t guess it from the film’s clear, bright look, it was shot for a pittance -- around $9,000, yes that’s thousand &nda...

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    Gary Oldman Talks About "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy" (Video Interview)

    How do you take a 1974 spy novel, already famous as a 1979 miniseries, and make it new without changing the setting? The key to Tomas Alfredson’s fresh take on Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy is Gary Oldman’s powerfully solid yet edgy performance as George Smiley, the British intellige...

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    Elizabeth Olsen and John Hawkes, Together Again On "Martha Marcy" (Video Interview)

    In Martha Marcy May Marlene, the names say a lot. Elizabeth Olsen plays Martha, a young woman who is taken into a cult-like commune where she is renamed Marcy May by its eerily comforting yet sinister leader, Patrick (and what’s his real name?) played by John Hawkes. Writer-director Sean Durkin’s fi...

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    Director Sean Durkin on Martha Marcy ... Dont Use the Word Cult

    Writer-director Sean Durkin’s Martha Marcy May Marlene is one of the most haunting films of the year. The story begins with Martha (Elizabeth Olsen) escaping from a cult-y commune in upstate New York, only to find that she has carried the psychological scars back to civilization. Its portrait of a y...

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    Martha Marcy's Extraordinary Hugh Dancy On Playing An Ordinary Guy (Video Interview)

    With leading-man looks and serious talent, Hugh Dancy is an actor with options. He’s one of the stars of Hysteria (opening later this year) as the 19th century doctor who invented the vibrator, and is currently in previews in the two-character Broadway play Venus in Fur. So what’s he doing in the fr...

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    Breakout Director Jeff Nichols on "Take Shelter" and Fear Fatigue (Video Interview)

    Jeff Nichols may not be a familiar name, but no young writer-director - he's 32 - is better poised to make a leap from the unknown. His second film, Take Shelter, which Sony Pictures Classics will release on Friday, is simply one of the smartest, most gripping indies to come along in a while.

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