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Watch Stanley Kubrick’s Only Surviving Early Shorts and His Restored Feature Debut

After highlighting his very first published work with thousands of photographs taken in the 1940′s, it’s time to jump a little further in the career of Stanley Kubrick. Before he would make his studio debut with the noir drama The Killing, in the early 1950′s he would embrace the moving image with a trio of shorts […]

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Mastroianni on Fellini, Remembering L.M. “Kit” Carson, Bordwell on ‘Gone Girl,’ Dealing With Grief & More

Dailies is a round-up of essential film writing, news bits, and other highlights from across the Internet. If you’d like to submit a piece for consideration, get in touch with us in the comments below or on Twitter at @TheFilmStage. At RogerEbert, Owen Wilson and Wes Anderson remember L.M. “Kit” Carson: We met Kit twenty […]

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Watch Catherine Deneuve Discuss Her Favorite Films and More In Interview with Charlie Rose

Happy birthday to Catherine Deneuve, an actress whose mark on cinephilia proves as unshakable as it does inimitable. If the work she’s been a part of in recent years has hardly lived up to the standards set by a golden ’60s oeuvre, it’s nothing to do with her — the woman remains as magnificent as […]

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Listen to the Soundtrack For Xavier Dolan’s ‘Mommy’ Featuring Oasis, Dido, Lana Del Rey & More

“[Narratively], all the music in the movie comes from a mixtape the father made before he died, and those are mostly songs from the 2000s, from the Top 10 charts that you hear on the radio,” writer-director Xavier Dolan said in a recent interview, discussing the eclectic, perhaps unexpected mix of songs in Mommy. Including Dido, Celine Dion, […]

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Giveaway: Win Bong Joon-ho’s ‘Snowpiercer’ On Blu-ray

With the arrival of one of our favorite films of the year thus far, Bong Joon-ho‘s Snowpiercer, on Blu-ray this week, we’ve teamed with Radius-TWC to give away three (3) Blu-ray to our readers. Three (3) winners will receive one (1) copy of Snowpiercer on Blu-ray. See how to enter below and all entries must be received by 11:59 PM EST […]

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How ‘Interstellar’ Creates the Universe’s Most Accurate Simulation of a Black Hole

Brief glimpses have been seen in the previews, but there’s only a short time left until we can witness Christopher Nolan‘s simulation of entering into the deep abyss of space. As one is most certainly aware, Interstellar arrives early next month and today we have some insight into the development of the real-life astrophysics applied to the […]

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‘The Simpsons’ Kubrick Parody, Richard Kelly on ‘Ratatouille,’ Steve McQueen’s London Installation & More

Dailies is a round-up of essential film writing, news bits, and other highlights from across the Internet. If you’d like to submit a piece for consideration, get in touch with us in the comments below or on Twitter at @TheFilmStage. Thomas Vinterberg’s next project will be The Commune, written by Tobias Lindholm (The Hunt, A […]

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Patrick Stewart Leads Ensemble of Jeremy Saulnier’s ‘Blue Ruin’ Follow-Up ‘Green Room’

After breaking out with one of the finest independent features this year, the thriller Blue Ruin, as promised writer-director Jeremy Saulnier has begun production on his follow-up. Green Room – we take it he’s embarking on his own Three Colors Trilogy – is now shooting in Portland, Oregon and today brings news of the impressive ensemble. Thanks to […]

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Juliette Binoche Reveals Details of Next Abbas Kiarostami Film, Which She Won’t Be In

When he doesn’t live in Hollywood, doesn’t talk to the press (until some promotion is required), and makes films that could hardly be of less interest to sites seeking out this sort of information, knowing what will come next from Abbas Kiarostami is just about impossible. All the way back in May of 2012, we […]

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Listen: Todd Haynes Discusses ‘Carol,’ ‘Velvet Goldmine,’ and More In Recent 80-Minute Conversation

After embarking on a new take on Mildred Pierce in 2011, Todd Haynes will finally return in 2015 with his first feature since 2007′s I’m Not There, the Cate Blanchett- and Rooney Mara-led Carol. An adaptation of Patricia Highsmith‘s novel, The Price of Salt, the film follows a romance between two New York women in the 1950′s. We […]

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