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    Tribeca: Here's Why the Coen Brothers' Films Always Sound Magnificent

    Joel and Ethan Coen's go-to composer Carter Burwell and sound editor Skip Lievsay sat down with Glenn Kiser, the Director of The Dolby Institute, to discuss their respective roles in the brothers' cinematic universe.

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    Coen Brothers Will Lead Cannes Jury

    Cannes has done well by the Coen brothers over the years, and now the Coens will head the competition jury, the first time two people have done so.

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    Coen Brothers to Chair Jury at 68th Cannes Film Festival

    This marks the first time that the prestigious French film festival has selected two filmmakers to serve as the presidents of the jury.

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    Angelina Jolie Loved Problem-Solving 'Unbroken,' Can't Wait to Play 'Cleopatra'

    Telling the story of Olympic athlete and World War II survivor Louis Zamperini seems like a no-brainer for an inspirational and accessible Hollywood Christmas movie. But "Unbroken" brings a host of challenges for any filmmaker. That's why it took 16 years to get made. Did Angelina Jolie pull it off?...

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    Watch: Angelina Jolie Charms Louis Zamperini in 'Unbroken' Featurette

    Let the real Louis Zamperini tell you his story in the latest "Unbroken" featurette from Universal Pictures.

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    Watch: Revisit 'The Man Who Wasn't There' with DP Roger Deakins

    Spend 45 minutes with cinematographer Roger Deakins as he discusses shooting the Coen brothers' classic existential noir 'The Man Who Wasn't There.'

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    "Selma" Lands An Oscar Friendly Date, "Bourne" Moves Out, "Compton" Moves In, and Other Release Schedule Changes

    The Martin Luther King Jr film, "Selma", has been given a limited release date of Christmas Day before going wide on January 9th by Paramount. Also, Universal has slated the N.W.A. biopic "Straight Outta Compton" for August 14th of next year, replacing the latest "Bourne" entry, which moved to 2016...

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    As DreamWorks Preps Next Chapter, Spielberg's Next Two Pics Land Release Dates (UPDATED)

    It looks like we finally have some answers as to what Steven Spielberg is directing next, thanks to an announcement from DreamWorks laying out the release dates for his next project. (UPDATE)

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    Coen Brothers Writing Cold War Thriller For Steven Spielberg & Tom Hanks

    Like most A-list directors, Steven Spielberg has a habit of attaching himself to projects he’ll likely never get around to making (fun fact: Christopher Nolan’s forthcoming “Interstellar” started life as a Spielberg project ) so when the legendary filmmaker began circling a Tom Hanks-starring Cold W...

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    WATCH the Intriguing First Trailer for FX's New Series 'Fargo,' Based on the Coens' Classic

    Set to premiere April 15, FX's new series "Fargo" has its first teaser, and it features Billy Bob Thornton. Watch the intriguingly oblique trailer below.

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