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    The Best Things Said to Indiewire in 2014

    Indiewire spoke with many of this year's top film and TV talent over the course of 2014. Here are some of the best things they told us.

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    How Christoph Waltz Got 'Big Eyes' Made

    After a decade, screenwriters Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski, who first met in the 1980s at USC film school, thought their Margaret Keane biopic "Big Eyes" would never get made. They were used to their delightfully idiosyncratic outsider tales not being deemed commercial by the studios.

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    Amy Adams On Making 'Big Eyes' With Tim Burton and Being a 'Try-Hard'

    Five-time Oscar nominee Amy Adams is back in theaters this holiday season in Tim Burton's "Big Eyes," the crazy but true story of painter Margaret Keane (Adams), whose husband (Christoph Waltz) claimed credit for her works in the 1960s. Indiewire spoke with the actress about working with Burton, the...

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    How Lapine and Marshall Turned Sondheim's 'Into the Woods' Into a Movie Musical (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

    Marshall and Lapine talk about turning the beloved Stephen Sondheim musical "Into the Woods" into a Disney princess movie. No worries, Sondheim fans. It isn't Disneyfied.

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    'Selma' Star David Oyelowo Gets Frank About Race in Hollywood

    British actor David Oyelowo reunited with his "Middle of Nowhere" director Ava DuVernay to portray Martin Luther King, Jr. in "Selma," the ecstatically-received civil rights drama that opens Christmas Day. Indiewire spoke with Oyelowo about the struggle to complete the long gestating project, and ab...

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    'Winter Sleep' Director Nuri Bilge Ceylan Explains Why He's OK With a Small Audience For His Films

    The director of this year's Palme d'Or winner knows that his films aren't for everyone. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't check them out.

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    Meet the Director of Foreign Oscar Frontrunner 'Timbuktu'

    "Timbuktu" could win the foreign Oscar; so far it has made the shortlist of nine. Why? Director Abderrahmane Sissako, an elegant filmmaker who was educated in Moscow and has lived in Paris for decades, went home to film this simple, intimate and immediate story set in Timbuktu, which was overrun by ...

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    The Genius of Mike Leigh's System: Leigh & Cast on Gorgeous 'Mr. Turner'

    Last May at Cannes I sat smack in the middle of the Palais Lumiere and reveled in the most gloriously beautiful movie I had ever seen. It was Mike Leigh's "Mr. Turner," which went on to win best Actor for Timothy Spall in the title role.

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