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Ryan Lattanzio

Ryan Lattanzio is the staff writer and film critic for TOH! He studied English at UC Berkeley and has also penned film criticism for the San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Bay Guardian, SF Weekly, The Daily Californian, Frontiers, Complex and Eat Drink Films. In 2012, Ryan served on the Cannes Film Festival Critics' Week jury. A member of GALECA, the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association, he now lives in Los Angeles. Follow him on Twitter.

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    'Lolo' Interview: Julie Delpy on Directing Her Sixth Feature: "I Have All the Problems You Can Possibly Imagine"

    The French writer-director-actress gets candid about sex, neurosis, 'Lolo' and being a woman in the film industry.

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    'The Automatic Hate': A 'Romeo and Juliet' Story Turns Incestuous

    We talk to Justin Lerner and Katharine O'Brien about this taboo tale of family dysfunction.

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    Watch: Tilda Swinton and Matthias Schoenaerts Make 'A Bigger Splash' in Sexy New Trailer

    Ralph Fiennes and Dakota Johnson also star in Luca Guadagnino's take on the chic 1969 French drama of sexual jealousy, 'La Piscine.'

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    Foreign Oscar Nominee Tobias Lindholm Invites Sympathy for a War Criminal in 'A War'

    For his intense followup to 'A Hijacking,' the Danish writer/director herded real soldiers and refugees from Afghanistan.

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    Jacques Audiard Wants Magic, Not Realism, in His César Nominee 'Dheepan'

    Audiard talks his émigré drama, which missed the cut for France's foreign Oscar submission but now leads the Césars with nine nominations.

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    No One Believed Sebastian Schipper Could Make 'Victoria' in One Take

    Not even the director himself, who unpacks the unique challenges of making the film that took him to the "mystical island" of the One-Take Movie. Adopt Films and Kino Lorber are releasing the film on Blu-ray and DVD March 8.

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    Fox Pushes Argentine Hit 'The Clan' to March

    After missing out on an Academy Award nomination, U.S. audiences will have to wait another two months for the hugely entertaining true story.

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    WATCH: Joshua Oppenheimer on Reinventing Documentary for Oscar-Nominated 'The Look of Silence' (EXCLUSIVE)

    The director, nominated in consecutive years for his examination of the Indonesian genocide of the 1960s, discusses the challenges of mounting his follow-up to the groundbreaking 'The Act of Killing.'

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    Review: Alex Gibney Doesn't Pander to Steve Jobs in His Unsparing New Doc

    The late Apple icon gets the Gibney treatment in this insightful, less-than-adulatory deconstruction of a genius and his ego.

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