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Director Deon Taylor takes questions at a special screening of his new film, Supremacy, in Los Angeles. Eric Charbonneau/Le Studio Photography hide caption

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Former Basketball Player Scores As A Filmmaker

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At Sundance, 'Project Syria' Puts Viewers In Center Of Conflict

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Antoine-Olivier Pilon plays 15-year-old Steve in Xavier Dolan's Mommy. Shayne Laverdière/Roadside Attractions hide caption

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At Its Core, Warped Family Drama 'Mommy' Is 'A Story Of Love'

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The documentary Red Army profiles Viacheslav "Slava" Fetisov — one of the most decorated athletes in Soviet history. Slava Fetisov/Slava Fetisov/Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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'Red Army' Explores How The Cold War Played Out On Ice

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The Imitation Game, starring Keira Knightley and Benedict Cumberbatch, follows the story of mathematician Alan Turing — from his efforts to break Germany's Enigma code during World War II to his conviction for homosexuality. Jack English/Courtesy of Black Bear Films hide caption

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Benedict Cumberbatch On Alan Turing's Awkwardness And Sherlock's Sex Appeal

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David Oyelowo portrays Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in Selma. He says his experience growing up in Nigeria, without experiencing being a minority, helped him approach the job of playing such an iconic figure with less baggage than an American actor might. Atsushi Nishijima/Paramount Pictures/AP hide caption

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In 'Selma,' British Actor Brings Outsider's Perspective To MLK

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Chris Hemsworth plays hacker and furloughed convict Nicholas Hathaway in Blackhat. Frank Connor/Legendary Pictures and Universal Pictures hide caption

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'Blackhat': A Classic Detective Story For A Brave New World

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Desiree Akhavan plays Shirin in Appropriate Behavior. Akhavan says she chose the name Shirin because it means sweet in Farsi. "Even though she's insane, she has a sweetness," says Akhavan. Desiree Akhavan hide caption

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Alice Howland (Julianne Moore) is a linguistics professor who gets diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's. "Who can take us seriously when we are so far from who we once were?" she asks. "We become ridiculous, incapable, comic. But this is not who we are. This is our disease." Jojo Whilden/Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Julianne Moore: Alzheimer's Makes Us Question 'Our Essential Selves'

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Oscar Nominations Lack Diversity; 'Selma' Snubbed

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Zanta now lives on the outskirts of Beijing. Courtesy of Jocelyn Ford hide caption

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American Film On A Tibetan Migrant Finds Unlikely Success — In China

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The movie Gone Girl fictionalizes and satirizes cable news star Nancy Grace (above). Grace, host of a true crimes and current affairs show on HLN, says she was flattered. Mark Hill/AP hide caption

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Nancy Grace Says 'Gone Girl' Satire Was Flattering, Made Her Laugh Out Loud

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The cast of Boyhood — (from left) Patricia Arquette, Lorelei Linklater, Ellar Coltrane and Ethan Hawke — won the Golden Globe for best motion picture on Sunday. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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The Magic Of The 'Boyhood' Experiment: Time And Patience

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Royal Robbins climbs El Capitan's North American Wall in Yosemite National Park in 1964. Robbins is a climbing purist whose ideas helped shape the sport. Glen Denny hide caption

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A Half-Century Of Battles For The Biggest Rock Walls

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