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    Mournful New 'A Most Violent Year' Poster Speaks to Present Day Uncertainty

    It's not so much a question of what J.C. Chandor is saying about the past in his upcoming film "A Most Violent Year," but rather what he is saying about the present.

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    Watch: Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac Have 'A Most Violent Year' in Trailer for J.C. Chandor's Thriller

    A24 has revealed the first poster and trailer for J.C. Chandor's "A Most Violent Year."

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    Watch: 'A Most Violent Year' Teaser, Release Date & Poster Finally Arrive

    J.C. Chandor's hotly anticipated crime drama "A Most Violent Year," starring Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac, will open December 31 in NY and LA from A24 Films. Check out the sexy first teaser and poster below.

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    FIRST LOOK: Jessica Chastain in J.C. Chandor's 1981-Set Crime Drama 'A Most Violent Year'

    More images have arrived via Entertainment Weekly of Jessica Chastain in "All Is Lost" director J.C. Chandor's newest endeavor, "A Most Violent Year." The period crime drama is now in post-production.

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    Jessica Chastain Will Go 'Blonde' for Andrew Dominik as Marilyn Monroe: What's Next?

    Two-time Oscar nominee Jessica Chastain has a most busy year coming up. This Fall, we'll see her in Christopher Nolan's ambitious sci-fi "Interstellar" (November 7) and, hopefully on the festival circuit at least, in director Liv Ullman's Strindberg adaptation "Miss Julie." Also in post-production i...

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    Screenwriters on Writing: NY Times Asks Linklater, Polley, Holofcener, Delpy, Gerwig and More About the Art of the Film Script

    The New York Times queried 14 talented screenwriters, asking simple questions like "What's the trick to writing realistic dialogue?," and many of the responses are fascinating. A highlight of responses below, from Richard Linklater, Greta Gerwig, Nicole Holofcener, Sarah Polley, Ethan Hawke, Julie D...

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    Watch: 'Making A Story' Short Films With Cate Blancett, Greta Gerwig, Bradley Cooper & More Directed By Janusz Kaminski

    When Janusz Kaminski isn’t lensing his often Oscar-nominated work on a batch of Steven Spielberg’s finest films, including “Schindler’s List," “Saving Private Ryan," and most recently “Lincoln," the cinematographer also occasionally settles into the director’s chair. Three films (including the under...

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    'All Is Lost' Is Far from Silent, Even with No Dialogue (VIDEO)

    In space or on the ocean, no one can hear you scream. Comparisons abound between solo adventures "Gravity" and "All Is Lost," but unlike space, the ocean is far from silent. Even though J.C. Chandor's remarkable open-water survival thriller starring a 77-year-old Robert Redford boldly stepping out o...

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    WATCH: Robert Redford and 'All Is Lost' Director J.C. Chandor on Charlie Rose

    Robert Redford and his "All Is Lost" director J.C. Chandor appeared on Charlie Rose last week, talking about what inspired them during the making of the film -- and the significance in casting a familiar face to play the aging sailor who encounters an unexpected and life-threatening accident while a...

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    J.C. Chandor on Why 'All Is Lost' Didn't Compete at Cannes and Making a Film That Needs to Be Seen in the Theater

    Few filmmakers surprised this year more than J.C. Chandor. An Oscar-nominee for his debut, the financial thriller "Margin Call," Chandor did an about-face with his anticipated follow-up "All Is Lost," starring Robert Redord as a man lost at sea. The film was a question mark up until it world prem...

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