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    Sundance: Werner Herzog on His Movie About the Internet—Which He Hardly Uses (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

    We corner the filmmaker at Sundance as his latest documentary, 'Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World,' sells to Magnolia Pictures, to learn about his limited digital diet and his attitude toward his subjects: "I love them all."

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    Foreign-Language Oscar Nominee 'Embrace of the Serpent' Filmed on the Amazon in 35 mm

    By honoring local customs and gods, the Colombian production found smoother sailing than its western explorer subjects, said director Ciro Guerra, who shot in glorious black-and-white: "It’s an imagined Amazon, not the real Amazon."

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    'Anomalisa' Filmmakers on Animated Sex, Their 'Impossibly Low' Budget, and the Sad Impatience of the Studio System

    Co-directors Duke Johnson and Charlie Kaufman and producer Rosa Tran discuss the painstaking craft that went into their adult-oriented stop-motion Oscar contender.

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    Remembering Eagles Guitarist Glenn Frey's First Film, 'Let's Get Harry'

    Former Houston Post film critic Joe Leydon interviewed Frey, who died Monday at the age of 67, during a promotional tour for the film, co-starring Robert Duvall and Gary Busey. Read an excerpt from his 1986 profile below.

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    WATCH: Best Actress Nominee Saoirse Ronan on Instinct, Insecurity, and Meaty Roles for Women: "It's getting better"

    The actress shines as an Irish immigrant torn between two homes, and two suitors, in 1950s-set Best Picture nominee 'Brooklyn,' from director John Crowley and Best Adapted Screenplay contender writer Nick Hornby.

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    WATCH: How Best Director Contender George Miller Made Oscar-Nominated 'Mad Max: Fury Road' (EXCLUSIVE)

    It came to him in a dream, and he made it real. It was neither inevitable nor easy, and the hard work paid off: the film received 10 Oscar nominations Thursday, second only to 'The Revenant.'

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