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    WATCH: THR's Writers Round Table with Holofcener, Delpy, Clooney, Ridley and More (VIDEO)

    The Hollywood Reporter continues their round table series with a top-rate assembly of writers. Included in the mix are Julie Delpy ("Before Midnight"), Nicole Holofcener ("Enough Said"), John Ridley ("12 Years a Slave"), Danny Strong ("Lee Daniels' The Butler"), Jonas Cuaron ("Gravity") and George C...

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    Watch: 50-Minute Writers Roundtable Talk With George Clooney, Julie Delpy, Jonas Cuaron & More

    We're in the thick of the awards season, which means long gone are the conversations about how long it took to set up a big VFX shot or what it was like playing [insert superhero]. Instead, movie lovers can now actually have substantive talks about, well, movies, and more importantly, so to can film...

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    Q & A: Indie Hit 'Enough Said' Is Oscar Race Dark Horse

    Nicole Holofcener is one of those respected specialty players who has never crossed over to the mainstream. Now may be her time. With rave reviews and strong box office and an awards push from Fox Searchlight (which developed the project from a pitch), "Enough Said" could wind up a strong contender ...

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    Arthouse Audit: 'Enough Said' Scores Big for Searchlight, 'Rush' Decent for Universal

    The race to open films shown at the Telluride and Toronto film festivals began with two significant platform releases. This sets the pattern from now until the end of the year. Leading the way was Fox Searchlight's "Enough Said," with a surprisingly stellar gross, driven by rave reviews and curiosit...

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    Specialty Box Office: More Than 'Enough' Turn Out For Nicole Holofcener's Latest As It Scores $60,000 PTA

    Nicole Holofcener's "Enough Said" soared well beyond expectations on its opening weekend, grossing a massive $240,000 from just 4 theaters in New York and Los Angeles (giving it a total of $294,000 since opening Wednesday). That gave the film -- which features one of the late James Gandolfini's fina...

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    Interview with Nicole Holofcener - Writer and Director of Enough Said

    A Toronto International Film Festival sit down with Nicole Holofcener, writer and director of Enough Said. In theatres now.

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    Julia Louis-Dreyfus On Returning To Film Work, Her Love For Nicole Holofcener and the New Season of 'Veep'

    A week after it made its very well received debut at the Toronto International Film Festival, Nicole Holofcener's fifth feature film "Enough Said" is hitting theaters. With that comes the first major film role for television icon Julia Louis-Dreyfus since 1997's "Deconstructing Harry."

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    Summer Talk: The Film Society of Lincoln Center Adds Final Discussion with 'Enough Said' Director Nicole Holofcener

    Writer-director Nicole Holofcener will participate in The Film Society of Lincoln Center's final Summer Talk, in which she will discuss her upcoming comedy "Enough Said," The Film Society announced today.

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    TIFF 13- Dispatch 1: Mid-Life Women in Crisis

    This is my third Toronto Film Festival and I am starting to understand how to manage it. It is an endurance test. You need to go whole hog one day and then back off a little the next in order to make it a whole week. Also it takes a while to put into words what you are seeing.

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    TIFF Review: Gandolfini's Farewell Performance in Holofcener's 'Enough Said'

    The departure of James Gandolfini will never seem as poignantly premature as it does during “Enough Said,” Nicole Holofcener’s lovely heartbreak of a comedy starring the late actor and Julia Louis Dreyfus, as late-inning love interests. Holofcener’s latest rumination on modern manners would be tart ...

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