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“The global unboxing event (which sounds like something out of a Don DeLillo novel) was having an unintended effect on me. I love Star Wars, I really do. But how is it that I’m already behind on it, when it isn’t out yet?”

“The global unboxing event (which sounds like something out of a Don DeLillo novel) was having an unintended effect on me. I love Star Wars, I really do. But how is it that I’m already behind on it, when it isn’t out yet?”

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Conan Doyle Estate Vs. Mr. Holmes Settled

Conan Doyle Estate Vs. Mr. Holmes Settled

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Andrew O’Hehir Talks The Politics And Ethics Of Steve Jobs With Portraitist Alex Gibney

Andrew O’Hehir Talks The Politics And Ethics Of Steve Jobs With Portraitist Alex Gibney

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Kevin Smith Talks About The Talking That Pays For His Pictures

Kevin Smith Talks About The Talking That Pays For His Pictures

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On Biographing Sue Mengers

On Biographing Superagent Sue Mengers

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“As a person with MD, I’m relieved to know this will be the first Labor Day weekend of my adult life without a muscular dystrophy telethon.”

“As a person with MD, I’m relieved to know this will be the first Labor Day weekend of my adult life without a muscular dystrophy telethon.”

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Wim Wenders On The Music Of His Movies

Wim Wenders On The Music Of His Movies

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“What does Gibney have to say about this much-worshipped visionary, whose death was a global event? That he was basically an asshole. He treated his family, his workers, and his society like shit. He cared more for his products than his children, he bullied employees who dared to challenge his authority, and he thought the kind of philanthropy that Bill Gates is known for was a complete waste of time and money. Take everything you can and give nothing back—that was the heart and soul of this man.”

“What does Gibney have to say about this much-worshipped visionary, whose death was a global event? That he was basically an asshole. He treated his family, his workers, and his society like shit. He cared more for his products than his children, he bullied employees who dared to challenge his authority, and he thought the kind…

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Anne Billson “In Praise Of Evil Tiger Lady”

Anne Billson “In Praise Of Evil Tiger Lady”

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Director-Actor Paul Quinn Ws 55

Director-Actor Paul Quinn Was 55

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How Chicago Shaped Stephen Colbert

How Chicago Shaped Stephen Colbert

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Anthony Daniels On Life As C-3P0

“When I got the script, it was typed in black on paper of the deepest red so you couldn’t photocopy it. I got a hangover just reading it.” Anthony Daniels On Life As C-3P0

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“It’s a Hollywood trope, that’s what we need to discuss. It happens in many movies across the board, and that’s definitely open for discussion. At least in Irrational Man it’s brought attention to. I’ve been in other movies where attention is not brought to it at all.”

“It’s a Hollywood trope, that’s what we need to discuss. It happens in many movies across the board, and that’s definitely open for discussion. At least in Irrational Man it’s brought attention to. I’ve been in other movies where attention is not brought to it at all.”

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“In the U.S. alone, nearly 100 tech start-ups are currently considered unicorns, valued at $1 billion or more”

“In the U.S. alone, nearly 100 tech start-ups are currently considered unicorns, valued at $1 billion or more” 

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A Dispatch From The Last Audiocassette Factory

A Dispatch From The Last Audiocassette Factory vid

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Galloway & Feinberg Launch Awards Toe-To-Toe With Telluride Murmuring

Galloway & Feinberg Launch Awards Toe-To-Toe With Telluride Murmuring Following – Todd McCarthy’s Sooth-Say Of Shallow Pickings For Plaudit Time

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Hou Hsiao-hsien Describes The Long Process Of Making The Assassin

Hou Hsiao-hsien Describes The Long Process Of Making The Assassin

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Fracking Chronicle Gasland The Rare Doc That Can Demonstrate Immediate Impact

Fracking Chronicle Gasland The Rare Doc That Can Demonstrate Immediate Impact

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FBI Shows Interest In Sundance-Prized T(error), Told From An Informant’s POV

FBI Shows Interest In Sundance-Prized T(error) Doc, Told From An Informant’s POV

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Summer HK B.O. Up 33% On U. S. Hits Like Minions, Inside Out And M:I-RN

Summer HK B.O. Up 33% On U. S. Hits Like Minions, Inside Out And M:I-RN

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“For me, the first draft is a really glorious ride, and it’s the next 17 that are like pulling teeth. There’s a great thing that happens after you’ve spent a morning writing, and you think, I haven’t got anything there, not anything, and then you go away and become depressed, and when you come back, you find a good sentence or a good speech buried somewhere in the yards you’ve written. It’s in those hours of writing crap where you find a little thing that’s worth it, that makes you believe in the process of writing.”
~ Emma Thompson On Screenwriting

“The core fear is what can happen to you, personally. Your body. That’s what horror films deal with, precisely. We are a very thin skin wrapped around a pumping heart and guts. At any given moment it can come down to that, be it diseases, or somebody’s assault, or war, or a car wreck. You could be reduced to the simple laws of physics and your body’s vulnerability. The edged weapon is the penultimate weapon to disclose that reality to you.”
~ Wes Craven, 1996, promoting Scream

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