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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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    17 of the Best Filmmakers Over 75: From Jean-Luc Godard to Ridley Scott

    These 17 filmmakers prove you don't have to slow down with age.

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    'Easy Riders, Raging Bulls' Author Peter Biskind Looks Back at the New Hollywood

    Excess – fueled by fame, fortune and self-serving, often-destructive behavior -- often goes hand in hand with success, especially in the movie biz. Few film history books proved that as well as “Easy Rider, Raging Bulls: How the Sex-Drugs-and-Rock ‘n’ Roll Generation Saved Hollywood."

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    SCREEN TALK: Festival Updates, Fall Hopefuls, New Openers from Woody Allen to Zach Braff, Fox vs. Time Warner

    David Fincher is back for the opening night of the New York Film Festival with Ben Affleck-starrer "Gone Girl." What folks really care about, says Indiewire's Eric Kohn on our sixth Screen Talk podcast (now on iTunes!) is that the opening night party is returning to Tavern on the Green. We talk abou...

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    Woody Allen's Next Film Begins Casting, Expected to Shoot in Rhode Island in July

    Woody Allen's films have taken us all over the world these last few years--Paris in 2011, Rome in 2012, San Francisco in 2013 and the French Riviera this year in his new "Magic in the Moonlight"--and his next film will bring us back home, according to some juicy, newly released details.

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    Watch: Woody Allen's Next Film 'Magic in the Moonlight' Has Magically Quirky Trailer

    Fresh off of an Oscar-nomination for "Blue Jasmine" and everything else, Woody Allen wasted no time on his follow up. He wrote and directed "Magic in the Moonlight," which stars a traditionally deep list of stars as most of Allen's movies do. This trailer alone features Emma Stone, Colin Firth, Jack...

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    Arthouse Audit: Two Comedies Score as 'Chef' Beats Out 'Fading Gigolo,' 'Palo Alto' Shows Promise

    Jon Favreau's "Chef" (Open Road) and Gia Coppola's "Palo Alto" (Tribeca) both scored more than $20,000 per screen in limited openings this weekend. Radius/Weinstein veered from its usual pattern with a wider initial release of the food documentary "Fed Up," eschewing VOD for now.

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    Summer Box Office Preview: 10 Indie Films With Breakout Potential

    What might be this summer's "Blue Jasmine"? There's certainly a lot to choose from, though it's notably much harder to predict what indies might break out as opposed to say, how much a superhero film will gross.

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    Emma Stone Will Star Opposite Joaquin Phoenix in Woody Allen's Next Film

    Emma Stone, who stars in Woody Allen's upcoming feature "Magic in the Moonlight," is also now signed on to star in the prolific director's next film, opposite Joaquin Phoenix.

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