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'Valentine Road': A Path To Teen Tragedy

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With Don Jon, the actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who stars as the titular porn-addicted Jersey boy, adds writer and director to his resume. Relativity Media hide caption

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt, On Life And The Lenses We Look Through

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In one of the four intertwining storylines of the brutal Chinese drama A Touch of Sin, a young receptionist (Zhao Tao) must resort to violence to defend herself. Kino Lorber hide caption

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A Brutal Movie From China, Ripped From The Headlines

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Alfre Woodard as Mistress Harriet Shaw and Lupita Nyong'o as Patsey in 12 Years a Slave. Fox Searchlight Pictures hide caption

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'12 Years' Star Alfre Woodard: 'You're Never Too Young For The Truth'

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Women aren't permitted to travel unattended in the streets of Saudi Arabia, so Wadjda director Haifaa Al Mansour worked from inside a van, communicating with her crew via walkie-talkie. Tobias Kownatzki /Razor Film/Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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'Wadjda' Director: 'It Is Time To Open Up'

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Isaiah Washington (left) plays a sort of fatal father figure to Tequan Richmond's Lee in Blue Caprice. The characters are inspired by the so-called Beltway snipers, who killed 10 people in and around Washington, D.C., in 2002. IFC Films hide caption

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Isaiah Washington, Taking On A Killer Of A Character

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Stuart Blumberg has written several films, but Thanks for Sharing is his first directorial effort. Anne Joyce /Lionsgate/Roadside Attractions hide caption

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Stuart Blumberg Really Wants To Talk About Sex

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Don Cheadle is known his roles in Hotel Rwanda, Crash and Ocean's Eleven. Eric Charbonneau/AP hide caption

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'House Of Lies' Star Don Cheadle On How To Make It In Hollywood

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Saudi's First Female Film Director Says Women Aren't Victims

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Autism: Film Shows Education Challenges For Young Adults And Families

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Chaos, panic and disorder: Rebecca Hall stars as a barrister whose assignment leads to all kinds of bad things in the security-state thriller Closed Circuit. Jay Maidment/Focus Features hide caption

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Rebecca Hall, Finding New Thrills In The Family Business

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Martin Freeman (from left), Paddy Considine, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Eddie Marsan star as five old high school friends who reunite to finish an epic pub crawl in The World's End, directed by Edgar Wright. Laurie Sparham/Focus Features hide caption

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An Epic Pub Crawl Gone Wrong Culminates In 'World's End'

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Ziyi Zhang plays martial artist Gong Er in the new film The Grandmaster. The Weinstein Co. hide caption

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'Grandmaster' Ziyi Zhang: 'I Can Do Better Than Just Kicking Ass'

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Reggie Shaw killed two men while he was texting on a Utah highway. He now speaks to groups about the dangers of texting and driving. ShareATT/YouTube hide caption

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Herzog Plumbs Guilt And Loss Wrought By Texting And Driving

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'Lovelace': A Sex Superstar's Struggle To Show Herself

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