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    Kit Harington on His 'Naughty' 'Game of Thrones' Cast and Going Full-Blown Romantic for 'Testament of Youth'

    "Testament of Youth" offers Kit Harington the rare chance to smile and recite poetry.

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    Why Movie-Lover Anthony Bourdain's 'Parts Unknown' Is So Good

    I ate lunch with Anthony Bourdain, the creator/star of CNN's Peabody and Emmy-winning show "Parts Unknown," at a meet-and-greet with his chef pal Roy Choi at Pot, his Koreatown restaurant.

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    Tony Nominee Carey Mulligan Talks Independence, Film vs. Theater, 'Far from the Madding Crowd,' 'Skylight' and 'Suffragette'

    Classically trained British actress Carey Mulligan, 29, has picked wisely since her 2009 breakout "An Education." As she puts it, she hasn't made that many films. In fact she's up for a Tony for hit Broadway drama 'Skylight.'

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    How Steven Soderbergh Made 'The Knick' Must-See TV, and More

    Michael Sugar of Anonymous Content has been Steven Soderbergh's manager for six years; he walks us through why the director has rejected movies in favor of must-see Cinemax series "The Knick," starring Clive Owen. And more.

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    How Lucy Walker and Marianna Palka Faced Fear as They Made 'The Lion's Mouth Opens'

    "The Lion's Mouth Opens" from two-time Academy Award nominated director Lucy Walker airs on HBO June 1.

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    'Carol' Producer Christine Vachon Talks Being Queen of the Croisette

    Producer Christine Vachon has been to Cannes before. But it wasn't ever like coming to the festival with "Carol," which was a popular hit and won a shared Best Actress prize for Rooney Mara.

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    Jennifer Connelly: Gender Equality in Film and Society Are 'Inseparable,' One Needs the Other

    The "Aloft" star and her director Claudia Llosa discuss the magical film and the state of women in the industry.

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    Cannes's Thierry Fremaux Takes on the Women Question: "Attack the Oscars, not the festival!"

    As Cannes Film Festival General Delegate, Thierry Fremaux is accustomed to the limelight. But over the past few years he has been constantly on the defensive on the issue of the numbers of women directors in the Cannes Official Selection.

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    Cannes: 'The Lobster' Director Yorgos Lanthimos Explains Why Name Actors Need to See His Films Before Working With Him

    On Rachel Weisz and Colin Farrell: "There's this different chemistry between them that we hadn't thought about before. Then someone comes in and they're much funnier than you expect, or more serious, and it changes the tone."

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    Cannes: Directors from Fincher to Scorsese Revisit Truffaut's Famous Interview with Hitchcock

    New York Film Festival director Kent Jones' documentary "Hitchcock/Truffaut" debuts at Cannes Classics this Tuesday. It's a must-see for film wonks, expanding the original conversation to some insightful next-generation directors.

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