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Interview: Wim Wenders & Juliano Ribeiro Salgado on "Salt of the Earth"
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The co-directors of "Salt of the Earth" talk about their uneasy partnership to tell the story of the remarkable Brazilian photographer Sebastiao Salgado, creating a darkroom where he could speak to all his experiences through the photos he took, why Wenders continues to make nonfiction films about fellow artists and how they had to essentially remake the film from scratch midway through.
Added by on 3/27/15
Career Review: Paul Thomas Anderson
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A review and ranking of Paul Thomas Anderson's career from his debut film 'Hard Eight' to his most recent hilarious and drug-filled film 'Inherent Vice.'
Added by on 3/26/15
Interview: David and Nathan Zellner Keep Track of "Kumiko: The Treasure Hunter"
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The brothers behind "Kid-Thing" and "Goliath" talk about their epic new adventure starring Rinko Kikuchi as a woman who travels to the Midwest in search of the fortune she saw in "Fargo."
Added by on 3/26/15
X-Men: Apocalypse is Jennifer Lawrence's last X-Men film | Den of Geek
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Since she was cast in the role of Mystique for Matthew Vaughn's X-Men: First Class, it would be fair to say that Jennifer Lawrence's career has taken off somewhat. She has an Oscar on her mantelpiece for Silver Linings Playbook, and she's become one of the biggest movie stars in the world, courtesy of The Hunger Games series.
Added by on 3/24/15
Alan Parker: I won't direct another film | Den of Geek
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Tagged: Alan Parker
Across Sir Alan Parker's career, he's made some very strong films. Birdy, The Commitments, Mississippi Burning, Fame, Angel Heart and Bugsy Malone instantly spring to mind. And heck, we've got a soft spot for The Road To Wellville, too.
Added by on 3/24/15
The top 25 underrated screen villains | Den of Geek
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When you think of your great villains, your Darth Vaders, your Jokers and Hannibal Lecters, what stands out? It boils down to one thing: showmanship. Whether it is in terms of appearance, personality, or action, characters like these hog the spotlight — when they are onscreen you cannot take your eyes off them.
Added by on 3/24/15
Sally Field: 'They Don't Write Roles for women of age and women of color'
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Sally Field
Sally Field spoke candidly about the lack of roles for women -- particularly older women and women of color -- in Hollywood during a recent interview with Variety.
Added by on 3/23/15
'Like Reading a Diary You Wrote as a Teenager': Britni West on 'Tired Moonlight'
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Tagged: Tired Moonlight, Britni West
Since taking home the Grand Jury Prize at Slamdance, most reviews have charged Britni West's naturalistic narrative Tired Moonlight with the "documentary-like" or "hybrid" stamp of approval, but more than anything else, the film seems to suggest that such classifications were meant to be broken.
Added by on 3/23/15
As Robert Durst Is Arrested, 'The Jinx' Finale Takes Viewers on a Voyeuristic Thrill Ride
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The concluding episode of HBO's true-crime documentary walked a strange line between investigative reporting and pure sensation.
Added by on 3/23/15
10 episodes of A Different World that redeemed the topical sitcom
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Bill Cosby chose a college campus—the fictional, historically black Hillman College—as the first character of his Cosby spin-off, rather than the students attending it. Here's a deep analysis of the show.
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Added by on 3/23/15
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