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    Why Dan Stevens Left 'Downton' for Film

    Brit actor Dan Stevens, 31, is taking full advantage of his breakout window of opportunity. After ten years of British stage and television he landed the dishy romantic leading man role of Matthew Crowley in TV series "Downton Abbey." And after seeing through his initial three-season commitment, Ste...

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    Watch: Miles Teller Got Very Familiar with J.K. Simmons' Wrinkles and More from 'Whiplash' TIFF Talks

    "Whiplash" writer-director Damien Chazelle and the film's stars, J.K. Simmons and Miles Teller, sat down with Indiewire's Dana Harris for another round of TIFF Talks at the Toronto International Film Festival's Industry Conference.

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    'Ida' Director Pawel Pawlikowski Answers 10 Questions

    Director Pawel Pawlikowski's "Ida" is devastating, and he knows it. The film is now on VOD, and it's the frontrunner for the Foreign Language Oscar.

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    Chris Evans On His Directorial Debut ‘Before We Go,’ Filming In New York, & ‘Avengers: Age Of Ultron’

    There’s little more terrifying in the movie business than directing your first feature film and releasing it into the wild. That fear multiplies by several degrees when you’re already a major movie star. That’s the scenario Captain America himself, Chris Evans, finds himself in with “Before We Go.”

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    TIFF Interview: Kevin Kline Talks Drama 'My Old Lady' And Why He Doesn't Want A Role In 'Star Wars'

    Jumping from drama to comedy with ease, the sixty-six year old Kevin Kline means different things to different moviegoers. For some, he's the actor with pronounced dramatic chops in early films like "Sophie's Choice," "The Big Chill" and "Cry Freedom," while for others he's the comedic genius who wo...

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    Demian Bichir Talks Diversity and Latino Representation in Film and TV

    Demian Bichir sat down to chat with Indiewire before being honored for his eclectic career at FICG in LA.

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    How Joseph Gordon-Levitt Blew Up Frank Miller & Robert Rodriguez's Return to Sin City, 'A Dame to Kill For'

    It's hard to believe that it's been nine years since "Sin City." So much has changed and we're worse off, in many ways, which makes the timing just right to slip back into Frank Miller's deliriously noir hell hole. If anything, "A Dame to Kill For" is bolder yet more cohesive and emotionally involvi...

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    The Indiewire Springboard: 'Dinosaur 13' Director Todd Douglas Miller Digs Up a Directing Career

    Every Friday, Indiewire's Springboard column profiles an up-and-comer in the indie world who made a mark that deserves your attention. Today we talk to director Todd Douglas Miller, whose documentary "Dinosaur 13" comes out today.

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    Check Out Robert Rodriguez vs. Quentin Tarantino in the Director's Chair (VIDEO)

    Old pals Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino, who collaborated on the original "From Dusk Till Dawn" movie (which spawned an El Rey Network TV series) not to mention "Grindhouse," sit down for an hour-long talk on the August 13th installment of “El Rey Network Presents: The Director’s Chair” (9 P...

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