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  • Exclusive Interview: Crispin Glover talks “The Bag Man” and working with John Cusack and Robert DeNiro

    Throughout the eighties, Crispin Glover’s filmography looked fairly standard for the young actors rising to prominence at the time. Credits included the horror franchise (Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter), the blockbuster Back to the Future, and the angsty crime film At Close Range. In the over twenty years since, Glover has continued to distinguish himself, balancing work in studio films (Charlie’s Angels, Alice in Wonderland), and auteured works including The Doors, Even Cowgirls Get the Blues, and Dead Man. [...]

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  • “Divergent” trailer #2 Being Marketed as the Next “Hunger Games”

    If “Divergent” is in fact the next “Hunger Games,” which is still up for debate, then is Shailene Woodley possibly the next Jennifer Lawrence? Check out the trailer above and tell  us what you think. Does Woodley have the same star appeal as Lawrence?

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  • Exclusive Interview: “At Middleton” Press Day Andy Garcia & Vera Farmiga Talk “Game Changers,” Parenting and the Good Old College Days

    Andy Garcia and Vera Farmiga are actors to rarely, if ever, disappoint. Their latest film together, “At Middleton” is no exception. And it could be argued that their performances are what make this film. Set in small town America anywhere, Middleton, the film catches George (Andy Garcia) and Edith (Vera Farmiga) at a pivotal moment in each others lives while on a college tour for their kids. Gerrad Hall had the pleasure of sitting down with Garcia and Farmiga to [...]

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  • Exclusive Interview: Jackson talks with Michael Galinsky and Suki Hawley Jumps on the Phone “Who Took Johnny”

    In the fall of 2011, I interviewed Michael Galinsky of the RUMUR production team about Battle for Brooklyn, a film which went on to be Oscar-shortlisted in the race for Best Documentary Feature, and I later named the film the fourth film best of the year. Since then, team RUMUR has been hard at work at a number of projects in various media, with their latest, the documentary film Who Took Johnny, having just played successfully at Slamdance. They are [...]

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  • Exclusive Interview: Hany Abu-Assad talks “Omar” and the Oscars

    Palestine filmmaker Hany Abu-Assad received global acclaim for his 2005 film Paradise Now, which won numerous awards including the Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film and an Oscar nomination in that category. Although a film about two childhood friends being recruited for a suicide bombing in Tel Aviv would seem like a natural lighting rod for controversy, one of the most heartbreaking aspects of an already socially and politically charged Oscar season (Brokeback Mountain, Capote, Crash, Transamerica, etc.), was [...]

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  • Writer/Director Brett Haley — “The New Year” — Is Making His Next Film. And You Can Be a Part of It.

    One of our favorite films to date to come out of LAFF is writer/director Brett Haley’s “The New Year.” Staring the unforgettable Trieste Kelly Dunn, who has since been busy working on the Cinemax series Banshee playing Siobahn Kelly.

    Haley has a new feature film in the works. “I’ll See You In My Dreams” is scheduled to shoot in LA in March and stars Blythe Danner (“The Lucky One”) and Martin Starr (“This Is The End”), and you can be a part of it. As fans [...]

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  • Exclusive Interview: David Landsberg Talks Making Film for Fun

    David Landsberg is a prolific writer, director, producer, and actor on stage, radio, and screens big and small. Some of the highlights of his prolific career include playing Recruit Skolnick on “CPO Sharkey,” producing “Herman’s Head” and “Cosby,” and co-writing and starring in Detective School Dropouts. After several decades of working within the studio system (which was predated by serving in the army after being drafted), Landsberg decided to end his career by independently writing and producing Sex Tax, a [...]

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  • CHRISTIAN BALE, DIRECTOR SCOTT COOPER HEAT UP THEATERS WITH “OUT OF THE FURNACE”

    Scott Cooper cites a quote from one of his self-proclaimed cinematic heroes, Francis Ford Coppola, as a guiding force in his decisions as a writer and director: “If you aren’t taking the highest, greatest risk, then why are you a filmmaker?”

    For Cooper, who admits he could’ve taken a “much less risky path” following the success of his first film, 2009’s Crazy Heart, which earned an Oscar® for its star, Jeff Bridges, another for T Bone Burnett and Ryan Bingham’s original [...]

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  • What Was Shared and Learned on Parenting at the “Delivery Man” PC

    The latest Vince Vaughn vehicle, Delivery Man, stands out as an oddity and cinematic curiosity, yet is ultimately a rewarding and affecting experience. With Delivery Man, Vince Vaughn finally stars in a film that’s a departure from his signature work alongside Owen Wilson and Will Ferrell in films such as Wedding Crashers and Old School that earned them the group designation of “The Frat Pack.”  Despite this, Vaughn doesn’t attempt to take on a dramatic turn as pronounced as Robin [...]

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  • Exclusive Interview: Joel Allen Schroeder talks “Dr. Mr. Watterson: An Exploration of Calvin & Hobbes

    Certain characters, stories, lines, and ideas from a variety of media can seep into our daily lives with or without us realizing it. They become part of the everyday experience in a way that is, if not universal, feels that way within popular culture. For better or worse, the fragmentation of media and digitization of information means that we may not again experience something with the same collective awe that we did Lucy’s ill-fated stint at the chocolate factory, the [...]

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  • “Divergent” trailer #2 Being Marketed as the Next “Hunger Games”

    “Divergent” trailer #2 Being Marketed as the Next “Hunger Games”

    If “Divergent” is in fact the next “Hunger Games,” which is still up for debate, then is Shailene Woodley possibly the next Jennifer Lawrence? Check out the trailer above and tell  us what you think. Does Woodley have the same star appeal as Lawrence?

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  • Writer/Director Brett Haley — “The New Year” — Is Making His Next Film. And You Can Be a Part of It.

    Writer/Director Brett Haley — “The New Year” — Is Making His Next Film. And You Can Be a Part of It.

    One of our favorite films to date to come out of LAFF is writer/director Brett Haley’s “The New Year.” Staring the unforgettable Trieste Kelly Dunn, who has since been busy working on the Cinemax series Banshee playing Siobahn Kelly.

    Haley has a new feature film in the works. “I’ll See You In My Dreams” is scheduled to shoot in LA in March and stars Blythe Danner (“The Lucky One”) and Martin Starr (“This Is The End”), and you can be a part of it. As fans [...]

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  • Trailer Premiere: “Kill Your Darlinigs”

    Trailer Premiere: “Kill Your Darlinigs”

     

    First time feature director, John Krokidas, is someone that I have had my eyes on for a while. I had caught his short “Same No More” at a festival screening back in 1999 in San Francisco. The film stuck with me as I loved the wayKrokidas structured it. You can imagine that I was excited to hear that he had completed his first feature film, and the fact that the film stars some great talent certainly does not hurt the film: Daniel [...]

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  • Trailer: “Inside Llewyn Davis” – Coen Brother’s Film Hits Theaters Dec. 6th

    Trailer: “Inside Llewyn Davis” – Coen Brother’s Film Hits Theaters Dec. 6th

    For me a new Coen brother’s film equals Christmas. Art and entertainment at its best. The holiday season audiences will be treated to “Inside Llewyn Davis” on December 6th. And from the looks of the second trailer I would described the film as a Coen version of “Once.” The film features Oscar Isaac, Carey Mulligan, John Goodman, Garrett Hedlund and Justin Timberlake.  The film took the Grand Prix at Cannes 2013.

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    INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS follows a week in the life of [...]

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  • “UNSALTED”:  Linda Lovelace, Female Sexuality, and Porn

    “UNSALTED”: Linda Lovelace, Female Sexuality, and Porn

    We have been working on an exciting new project here at TATM —  an original series, “Unsalted” – Movie Talk, Freshly Popped. We are teaming up a panel of movie friends: Gerrad Hall of The Seven Sees, Tara McNamara of Kids Pick Flicks, Dan Deevy of The Cinema Source, Courtney Howard of Very Aware and Sasha Perl-Raver, entertainment reporter NBC discussing all things film related.  A talk show like no other . No dry, intellectual conversations happening here [...]

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  • Trailer: “Enough Said” — James Gandolfini, Toni Collette, Catherine Keener and Julia Louis-Dreyfus

    Trailer: “Enough Said” — James Gandolfini, Toni Collette, Catherine Keener and Julia Louis-Dreyfus

    James Gandolfini’s final film ,”Enough Said,” gets its first trailer. And we get a peek at his final film. Playing opposite Ganolfini is Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Catherine Keener and Toni Collette. You couldn’t ask for a better cast. The film looks to be everything I would expect and hope: honest, funny and real. As a huge fans of Gandolfini’s work I am sure watching the film will be as bittersweet as catching the first glimpse of the film in this trailer.

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