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    'Watership Down': Wes Anderson, Guillermo del Toro & More Describe Story's Impact Ahead Of New Miniseries

    The traumatizing children's novel-turned-film has left a mark on some of this generation's most significant writers and directors.

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    Guillermo del Toro Bringing Personal Collection to LACMA — Indiewire's Friday Rundown

    Stay up to date on all of today's buzziest industry news below.

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    Watch: Guillermo del Toro Discusses His 'Crimson Peak' Live at Ebertfest

    The beloved auteur brings his latest film to Roger Ebert's film festival for fresh consideration.

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    'Trollhunters': First Look at Guillermo del Toro's Netflix Animated Series

    The horror project will air later this year; del Toro to teach Master Class at Annecy in June.

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    'The Third Man,' 'Blow Out' and More are Heading to Ebertfest 2016

    Roger Ebert's film festival is returning for its 18th year from April 13-17 in Champaign, Illinois.

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    Watch: The Coen Brothers Go 'Inside Llewyn Davis' With Guillermo Del Toro

    The prolific dark fantasy filmmaker reveals his fandom for the revered directors and opens up about his fascination with the titular character.

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    How the Director of 'Extraordinary Tales' Used Eclectic Animation & Iconic Voices to Reinvent Poe

    Raul Garcia's animated anthology takes five stories by Edgar Allan Poe and transforms them into stylistically distinct shorts that are as visually striking as they are spine-chilling.

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    How Cannes and 'Crimson Peak' Changed Guillermo del Toro's Life

    The filmmaker has ditched a slew of projects to focus on directing films that are as personally satisfying as 'Crimson Peak.'

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