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    Watch: Lance Armstrong Lies to Alex Gibney in Trailer for 'The Armstrong Lie'

    Alex Gibney's latest documentary "The Armstrong Lie" tells the unfolding story of famed professional cyclist Lance Armstrong's life and career over the last four years. Once considered one of the greatest sports figures of all time by beating cancer and winning the Tour de France seven times, Armstr...

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    Joseph Gordon-Levitt's 5 Best hitRECord Shorts and How They Formed His Vision For 'Don Jon'

    While we're still a few days away from Joseph Gordon-Levitt's feature-length directorial debut "Don Jon," you can watch his first efforts behind the camera right now.

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    Everything You'd Ever Want to Know About Toronto 2013: Here's All Of Indiewire's Coverage

    The 2013 Toronto International Film Festival ended on Sunday with "12 Years a Slave" winning the Blackberry People's Choice Award. Indiewire was on the scene for the 37th edition to report on the latest acquisitions, review the anticipated titles, and interview many of the artists. Below find all of...

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    Watch: The Punch Brothers and Oscar Isaac Perform Songs From the Coen Brothers' 'Inside Llewyn Davis' At Telluride

    The movies will arrive soon enough, but on Wednesday, the Telluride Film Festival kicked off its 40th edition with music.

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    Watch: Go Behind Behind the Scenes of Watergate in Exclusive 'Our Nixon' Scene

    "Our Nixon," Penny Lane's acclaimed documentary that premiered at International Film Festival Rotterdam in January and went on to play at SXSW and New Directors/New Films, opens in select theaters this Friday, August 30th. The film is comprised of archival interviews and rediscovered Super 8 home mo...

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    Watch: 'Spectacular Now' Stars Shailene Woodley and Miles Teller Appear in the Latest Alamo Drafthouse 'Don't Talk' PSA

    The Alamo Drafthouse has come up with a clever way of dealing with the very pressing and contemporary problem of people using their phones during a movie, employing a plethora of actors to get the message out via playful public service announcements.

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    Watch: Clip From HBO Doc 'Casting By' Illustrates the Importance of the Casting Director

    Finding the right actors to play a part is a task that viewers don't see, but has the invaluable influence and potential to literally make or break a film. In "Casing By," Tom Donahue's new documentary screening as part of the HBO Doc Summer Series, a light is shed on the crucial role of the casting...

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    Watch: Oprah Busts a Move in New Clip from 'The Butler'

    Although the film is called "Lee Daniels' The Butler," a good amount of attention and coverage has gone to neither to director Lee Daniels or Forest Whitaker, who assumes the title role. Instead, Oprah Winfre has been getting plenty of press for her involvement, as the media mogul is tackling her fi...

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    Dustin Hoffman Brought to Tears While Eloquently Explaining Why 'Tootsie' Was "Never a Comedy"

    In the clip below from the American Film Institute's archives, Dustin Hoffman reflects on why and how he pursued the 1982 film, "Tootsie." The video starts with Hoffman emphatically asking the question he found central to the film, and ends with a poignant moment of realization. The content is best ...

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