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  1. Russian director Andrei Zvyagintsev won the top prize at the London...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | St.Petersburg Times

    'Leviathan' is being screened in Russia with an 18+ rating and the curse words bleeped out. Photo: Sony Pictures Classics Russian director Andrei Zvyagintsev won the top prize at the London Film Festival for his film "Leviathan," a tale of small-town corruption in Russia.

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  2. Kevin Smith Wrote This Diary Entry Right Before Filming ClerksRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Cinema Blend News

    As part of the indie wave in the early '90s that brought us filmmakers like Quentin Tarantino, Richard Linklater and more, Kevin Smith will long have his own little corner in cinematic history - and it's all because of Clerks . The black-and-white dark comedy about two men in a convenience store earned critical acclaim festival back in 1994, and to celebrate the film's 20th anniversary, it's director has posted a little note about its origins on Twitter: From my CLERKS pre-pro journal, an entry dated 3/4/93 - less than 2 weeks before we started shooting at Quick Stop.

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  3. 'Leviathan' Takes Top Prize at London Film FestRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The St. Petersburg Times

    'Leviathan' is being screened in Russia with an 18+ rating and the curse words bleeped out. Photo: Sony Pictures Classics Russian director Andrei Zvyagintsev won the top prize at the London Film Festival for his film "Leviathan," a tale of small-town corruption in Russia.

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  4. Jim Foley's parents accept award in Portsmouth SundayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | WMUR-TV Manchester

    The parents of slain journalist James Foley accept an award on his behalf at a screening held by the New Hampshire Film Festival. The parents of slain journalist James Foley accept an award on his behalf at a screening held by the New Hampshire Film Festival.

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  5. Feinberg Forecast: The Oscar Landscape Post-Hamptons, Pre-AfiRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Hollywood Reporter

    's awards analyst Scott Feinberg will post an updated "Feinberg Forecast," wherein he presents a summary of major developments since the last update that helped to shape his current opinions and then lists his revised projections. For more about Feinberg and how he arrives at his projections, scroll to the bottom of this post.

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    Sunday | SFGate

    "I have an inner voice or ego, whatever we want to call it, who's a tyrant, a dictator, who's never happy with what I do," says director Alejandro GonzA lez IA A rritu . "Especially in my creative process, which is very tortuous, it's always full of doubts, it's never satisfied.

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  7. 'Fury' blasts 'Gone Girl' from top of box officeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Star Tribune

    "Gone Girl" was tops at the box office for two weeks before Brad Pitt and his rag-tag group of tank mates in "Fury" blasted the film to second place. Sony's "Fury" captured $23.5 million in ticket sales during its opening weekend, according to studio estimates Sunday.

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  8. 'Women & Children' First: 'Men, Women & Children,' 'The Book of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | River Cities' Reader

    The single most definitive shot in director/co-writer Jason Reitman's " Ee-e-eek! The Internet! " melodrama Men, Women & Children is one from the previews, in which Ansel Elgort trudges toward dozens of fellow high-schoolers, all of whom are so fixated on their phones that they can't see anything, or any one, directly in front of them. That shot is Reitman's latest in a nutshell.

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  9. Tanks. A Lot.: 'Fury'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | River Cities' Reader

    Granted, I haven't seen Birdman yet, but it's hard to imagine any movie this year featuring a more kick-ass title character than the one in writer/director David Ayer's Fury . A battered but still indomitable Sherman tank plowing through Nazi Germany at the tail end of World War II - its name imprinted, twice, on the tank's cannon - Fury is both an amazing destructive force and a desperately needed safe haven for its five-man platoon.

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  10. Brad Pitt's New Film 'Speaks To Fatherhood'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Sky News

    Brad Pitt says the making of his latest film Fury made him a better father to the six children he has with Angelina Jolie. "The film focuses on leadership, and when you build someone up and when you need to take them down a notch, and it was this kind of focus which speaks to fatherhood," he said.

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  11. 'Birdman' astounds in limited box office debut, but how high can it fly?Read the original story

    Sunday | Boston Herald

    "Birdman" soared at the art houses this weekend with the show business satire enjoying a smashing debut that could help it travel beyond the cinephile crowd. The quirky comedy from Fox Searchlight picked up $415,000 in just four theaters, making it the year's second highest grossing film from a per-screen average standpoint.

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  12. 'Fury' blasts - Gone Girl' from top of box officeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Detroit News

    'Fury' blasts 'Gone Girl' from top of box office Sony's "Fury" captured $23.5 million in ticket sales during its opening weekend Check out this story on detroitnews.com: http://detne.ws/1wdQo40 From left, Shia LaBeouf as Boyd "Bible" Swan, Logan Lerman as Norman, Brad Pitt as Sgt. Don "Wardaddy" Collier, Michael Pena as Trini "Gordo" Garcia, and Jon Bernthal as Grady "Coon-Ass" Travis, in Columbia Pictures' "Fury."

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  13. 'Leviathan' named best picture at unflinching London Film FestRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The China Post

    Movies about corruption, gang violence, honor killing and war took prizes Saturday as the London Film Festival recognized cinema that confronts the harsh realities of our world. Andrey Zvyagintsev's "Leviathan," a tragic satire of small-town Russian corruption, was named best picture.

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  14. 'Fury' rolls at the box office, 'Birdman' takes offRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | USA Today

    Brad Pitt's WWII tank film 'Fury' rolls to a box office victory with $23.5 million, while 'Birdman' soars for Michael Keaton in a limited opening. Brad Pitt's 'Fury' rolls to a box office win Brad Pitt's WWII tank film 'Fury' rolls to a box office victory with $23.5 million, while 'Birdman' soars for Michael Keaton in a limited opening.

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  15. 'Strange Rumblings' in surf adventureRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | USA Today

    USA Today's Bryan Alexander speaks to the director of "Stange Rumblings" about the search for the ultimate surf spot. 'Strange Rumblings' in surf adventure USA Today's Bryan Alexander speaks to the director of "Stange Rumblings" about the search for the ultimate surf spot.

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  16. 'Next to Her' wins top prize at Haifa film festivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Jerusalem Post

    The film Next to Her won the top prize in the Best Israeli Feature Film competition at the 30th Haifa International Film Festival, which concluded on October 18. The movie, directed by Asaf Korman, tells the story of a young woman caring for her severely disabled sister. The film, which was shown in Cannes and which will be the opening-night film for the Israel Film Festival in Los Angeles on October 23, won a screenplay award for Liron Ben-Shlush, who also plays the lead role in the film.

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  17. TV This Week: 'Treehouse of Horror' on 'The Simpsons'; 'The Walking Dead'; 'Grimm';...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Oregonian

    "The Walking Dead" Season 5 continues tonight, bringing more adventures for the survivors. Pictured, left to right: Michael Cudlitz as Abraham, Danai Gurira as Michonne, Josh McDermitt as Dr. Eugene Porter and Chandler Riggs as Carl Grimes.

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  18. 'Mad Men' star, indie filmmaker, find common purposeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Pocono Record

    ... of acclaimed television shows. Until last year, Perry was a Brooklyn twentysomething who had made a couple of indie movies, largely with his friends. Yet the pair have formed an unlikely partnership, shooting two films together and making plans for ...

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  19. Box Office: Brad Pitt's 'Fury' Edges Out 'Book of Life,' 'Gone Girl'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Philly.com

    ... ($127.5 million) as Fincher's highest-grossing domestic release. Water cooler effect achieved. "It's one of those movies that it's so provocative that if you haven't seen it yet, you have to in order to be part of the conversation," said Chris ...

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  20. L.A. Film Critics to honor Gena RowlandsRead the original story

    Sunday | Boston Herald

    The Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. will present Gena Rowlands with its career achievement award, the group announced on Saturday.

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