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Freedom! Hollywood Fights for Scotland

Hollywood has been beguiled by this romantic quest for liberation, offering a tantalizing glimpse at the leading role the film industry could play in an independent Scotland.

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John Travolta Doesn’t Regret a Thing

The iconic actor of films like Saturday Night Fever and Pulp Fiction discusses his new film, The Forger, the media, and those allegations.

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Clooney In Downton Abbey Episode

Clooney’s appearance comes after he became friends with Hugh Bonneville, who plays Lord Robert Grantham, during the filming of the movie The Monuments Men.

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Kristen Wiig’s Difficult Welcome to Me and More: TIFF Dispatch One

Film writers Fariha Roísín and Sara Black McCulloch are covering the Toronto International Film Festival this year as a series of conversations about the festival and its programming. The first dispatch includes Clouds of Sils Maria, Welcome to Me, Infinitely Polar Bear, and Frailer. Read more…

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Spider-Man Takes On the Housing Crisis

The actor sat down with Marlow Stern at the Toronto Film Festival to discuss his latest, 99 Homes—a commentary on the housing crisis, the 99 percent, and greed.

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Kevin Smith’s Marijuanaissance

The outspoken filmmaker sat down with Marlow Stern to discuss his wacky walrus horror film ‘Tusk,’ his upcoming film with Johnny Depp starring their daughters, his love of weed, and more.

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Disposable Life

Launched in January 2014, the histories of violence “Disposable Life” project interrogates the meaning of mass violence and human destruction in the 21st Century. Inviting critical reflections from renowned public intellectuals, artists and writers, this three year project will feature a series of monthly filmed reflections from our illustrious list of participants. The eighth contribution to our reflections series is provided by Professor Max Silverman who is renowned for his work on trauma, memory, race and violence. For Silverman, “disposable lives” does not simply refer to the killing of people.

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Lars von Trier Breaks His Vow of Silence

The reclusive—and controversial—filmmaker vowed to never speak publicly after his ‘Nazi’ scandal at Cannes. But he broke it to discuss the uncut version of Nymphomaniac at the Venice Film Festival (kind of).

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‘The Quiet Kennedy’ on Vietnam vs. Iraq

Rory Kennedy, acclaimed filmmaker—and daughter of the late Sen. Robert Kennedy—on her latest documentary chronicling the U.S.’s exit from Vietnam, and more.

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Viral Vid: Jon Stewart’s Directorial Debut

A trailer for ‘Daily Show’ host’s first film is out

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Jail Won’t Stop Russia’s Anti-Gay Psycho

The conviction of the man known as The Hatchet, infamous for filming himself torturing gay people, is good news. But the violence won’t end until homophobia stops being legal in Russia.

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London Theater Bars Jewish Film Festival

A Jewish film festival has backed out of the Tricycle Theater after the venue refused to accept money from the Israeli government. Now, accusations are flying.

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Octavia Spencer: My Oscar Fixed Nothing

The ‘Get On Up’ actress on why TV is more diverse than film, and how life has changed since winning her Oscar for ‘The Help.’

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ScarJo Vs. the Faceless Men of Color

As smart as ‘Lucy’ is about its Scarlett—an almost meta reflection on her seemingly infinite capabilities—it falls for the same xenophobic stereotypes that plague dumber films.

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Jonathan Demme On Gaza and Transphobia

The Oscar winning filmmaker behind the celebrated films Stop Making Sense, Married to the Mob, The Silence of the Lambs, and more discussed his first feature in six years, A Master Builder, and much more.

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Viral Vid: ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Trailer

A first look at the film adaptation of your favorite dirty book

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Woody Allen Speaks

The ‘Magic in the Moonlight’ filmmaker discussed his latest romantic comedy, the late Elaine Stritch, his desire to make a movie starring himself and Louis C.K., and more.

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The Secrets of ‘When Harry Met Sally’

On the film’s 25th anniversary, Rob Reiner opens up about how they crafted the orgasm scene, who almost played Harry and Sally, and much more.

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The Tearjerker of the Year

‘Life Itself’ chronicles the life of revered film critic Roger Ebert, from his days as a boozy newspaperman to his heroic battle against cancer—and how he saved Martin Scorsese.

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