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    Why TV Movies and Limited Series Are More Diverse Than Feature Films

    From "Bessie" to "Olive Kitteridge," the stories and subjects of this year's Emmy longform contenders are impressively varied. Here's why they're besting feature films.

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    How 'The Slap' Represents Broadcast's Failure to Copy Cable

    After two episodes, it's clear that NBC's new miniseries has turned a complex, nuanced look at family life into a rigid conversation piece about class and parenting.

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    For 'The Slap' Director Lisa Cholodenko, TV Is the Land of Golden Opportunity

    Lisa Cholodenko directs a cable-worthy ensemble cast in the new miniseries.

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    Zoe Kazan on Creating Character and Choosing Costumes for 'Olive Kitteridge'

    In the bleak landscape of the HBO miniseries "Olive Kitteridge," it's Denise (Zoe Kazan) who offers up one of the real rays of light. A young employee of Henry Kitteridge (Richard Jenkins), Denise offers up an alternative to the dour viewpoint of Olive (Frances McDormand), but her story is not spare...

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    Review: 'Olive Kitteridge' Continues the Existential Exploration of 'True Detective'

    The upcoming HBO miniseries, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival, delves into 25 years of a woman's doubts and depressions, anchored by Frances McDormand's sublime performance.

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    Lisa Cholodenko & Frances McDormand's 'Olive Kitteridge' Impresses in Venice

    The biggest positive surprise at Venice is probably Lisa Cholodenko’s HBO miniseries, “Olive Kitteridge.” Starring those national treasures Frances McDormand and Richard Jenkins as the title character and her pharmicist husband, Henry, the four-part series travels through their lives over some 25 ye...

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    Lisa Cholodenko Is Guest Director of the 2014 Los Angeles Film Festival

    The 2014 Los Angeles Film Festival (LAFF) has revealed that filmmaker Lisa Cholodenko ("The Kids Are All Right") will serve as artistic guest director for the upcoming edition of the fest.

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    'Kids Are All Right' Director Lisa Cholodenko Ready To Have A 'Bad Day'

    With the excellent "The Kids Are All Right" sweeping its way through awards season last year earning four Oscar nominations, writer and director Lisa Cholodenko looks to be taking a page from from fellow indie cohorts Wes Anderson, Noah Baumbach and Charlie Kaufman by turning her talents to a childr...

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    'Black Swan' Takes Best Feature, Actress, Director & Cinematographer At Indie Spirit Awards

    The second-to-last hurrah of the movie season took place this afternoon, with the Independent Spirit Awards, the looser neighbor to the big Oscar show tomorrow night. And while it's unlikely "Black Swan" will repeat the feat on Sunday, Fox Searchlight must be very pleased to close off their year in ...

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