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How Laura Poitras avoided being tracked by government during 'Citizenfour'
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Category: Production
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Two years ago, filmmaker Laura Poitras knew international authorities wanted to snoop on her. At the time she was filming her Oscar-winning documentary, "Citizenfour," which documented NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden as he fled to Hong Kong in 2013.
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The True Story Behind 'True Story'
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Christian Longo's tale is not just about deception. It's the horrifying reality of a man who murdered his wife and children.a
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How the Team Behind 'Unfriended' Pulled Off the most Ingenious horror film in years
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"Unfriended" has been earning rave reviews for its bracingly modern storytelling device. Here's how the filmmakers shot the film on Skype.
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  Dark secrets of the sex robot: Alex Garland talks A.I., consciousness and why "the gender stuff" of 'Ex Machina' is only one part of the movie's big idea
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Category: Cast & Crew
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The writer-director of the provocative sci-fi hit "Ex Machina" on why the movie's sexualized A.I. is its real star
Source: www.salon.com
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Frank Whaley on acting, directing, and getting yelled at by Samuel L. Jackson and Oliver Stone
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From the late '80s onward, Whaley has been a regular presence on television and in motion pictures, including leading roles in Career Opportunities, The Doors, and the short-lived CBS series Buddy Faro as well as smaller but still highly memorable appearances in films like Field Of Dreams, Pulp Fiction, and Vacancy. In addition to his work in front of the camera, Whaley is also an accomplished writer and director, talents that are currently on display in his fourth film, Like Sunday, Like Rain.
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  David Spade remembers "Tommy Boy" and Chris Farley: "One of the all time funniest mother f**kers"
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It's been 20 years since their 1995 comedy classic, "Tommy Boy"
Source: www.salon.com
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  Oscar Isaac's dance scene in "Ex Machina" is the most surprisingly delightful scene of the year
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Tagged: Ex Machina
"Ex Machina" is a terrifying, hauntingly atmospheric film about artificial intelligence, human consciousness and mechanized femininity (read Andrew O'Hehir and director Alex Garland's great discussion of the film's knotty "gender stuff" here). And occasionally — unlike many other movies that cover similar thematic territory — it's also laugh out loud funny.
Source: www.salon.com
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Interview: Steve Hoover and Danny Yourd on Capturing "Crocodile Gennadiy"
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The director and producer behind this action-packed documentary about a Ukranian priest who plays by his own rules in cleaning up the city streets talk about shooting a film without understanding the language, following Gennadiy into extremely tense situations and finding the connective tissue of the film in a fairy tale.
Added by on 4/25/15
Interview: Kate Lyn Sheil & Zachary Treitz on Bracing Themselves for "Men Go To Battle"
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The writer/actress and director of this intimate Civil War drama talk about the basis in Treitz's family history, making the weight of history feel so light, and doing something that can never be repeated.
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Interview: Desi Van Til and Sean Mewshaw on the Climb Up to "Tumbledown"
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The writer and director of the Rebecca Hall/Jason Sudeikis romantic dramedy talk about how the film was inspired, the difficulty of mounting an independent film and recreating the New England feel of Van Til's youth.
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