Donald Rumsfeld, shown here on a 2006 visit to Iraq, was the Secretary of Defense during the beginning of the U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Errol Morris spent over 30 hours interviewing Rumsfeld for his latest documentary. USMC/Getty Images hide caption

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One Documentary Later, Rumsfeld's Inner World Remains 'Unknown'

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In The Missing Picture, director Rithy Panh uses clay figurines to recall his experience of the genocide in Cambodia at the hands of the Khmer Rouge in the 1970s. Strand Releasing hide caption

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Cambodia's 'Missing Pictures' Molded From Director's Own Life

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The heavens open on Russell Crowe, as Noah, in the new Bible-based film. Niko Tavernise/Courtesy of Paramount Pictures hide caption

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In Biblical Blockbuster, Aronofsky Rocks Noah's Boat

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'Vivian Maier' Zooms In On Nanny Who Was An Amazing Photographer

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Michael Peña plays Cesar Chavez in the film about the activist. Courtesy of Lionsgate hide caption

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In 'Cesar Chavez,' A Reluctant Hero Fights For 'La Causa'

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For Actor Michael Peña, A Transformative Role As Cesar Chavez

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'Flaco And Max' Keep A South Texas Musical Tradition Thriving

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Director Bertrand Tavernier (center) with Thierry Lhermitte and Raphael Personnaz on the set of The French Minister, a comedy about a dervish of a diplomat trying to head off a war. Sundance Selects hide caption

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Bertrand Tavernier, Playing Geopolitics For Laughs

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Russell Crowe, the lead in Darren Aronofsky's forthcoming biblical epic Noah, may have received a quick blessing from Pope Francis at a recent public audience, but the movie is drawing criticism in some quarters. Niko Tavernise/Paramount Pictures Classics hide caption

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When Scripture Hits The Screen, Filmmakers Say Their Prayers

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Artwork created for Dune by British science fiction artist Chris Foss. Courtesy of Chris Foss/Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Doomed 'Dune' Was Generations Ahead Of Its Time

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Shailene Woodley, pictured at this year's Independent Spirit Awards, stars in the forthcoming Divergent, a big-screen adaptation of the first book in Veronica Roth's dystopian trilogy. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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From Action Hero To Teenage Nerd, Shailene Woodley Has Range

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Jason Bateman took cues from Arrested Development in portraying the profoundly unsympathetic character Guy Trilby. Sam Urdank/Courtesy of Focus Features hide caption

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Jason Bateman, Taking A Turn As The Big Bad

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Nick (Jim Broadbent) and Meg (Lindsay Duncan) have a couple days full of tension, tiffs and a touch of romance in Le Week-End. Nicola Dove/Courtesy of Music Box Films hide caption

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'Le Week-End': A Story Of Feuding Couples On Screen And Off

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Rapper, Mother, Superstar: Ana Tijoux Finds Her Words

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In the movie, Veronica Mars (Kristen Bell) is a recent law school grad living in New York when an old flame — Logan Echolls — calls her back to her home town of Neptune, Calif. Robert Voets/Courtesy of Warner Bros. Entertainment hide caption

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Forget Nancy Drew: Thanks To Fans, 'Veronica Mars' Is Back On The Case

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