Why You Can’t Miss Michael Fassbender: 10 of His Best Movies

Posted 03/27/2015 1:06 PM by
Why You Can’t Miss Michael Fassbender: 10 of His Best Movies

British actor Michael Fassbender has managed a career that doesn’t depend at all on his smoldering good looks. Instead, he’s committed himself to playing hard-to-pin-down characters in movies like “12 Years as a Slave” and “Inglourious Basterds,” that go against the grain.

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Category: Film

Out of the Sundance Theatre Lab: “Fun Home” Hits Broadway

Posted 03/27/2015 10:00 AM by
Out of the Sundance Theatre Lab: “Fun Home” Hits Broadway

Pronounced “a beautiful, heartbreaker of a musical” by the New York Times, Fun Home is a Sundance Theatre lab project and the groundbreaking new Broadway musical based on Alison Bechdel’s best-selling graphic memoir. Music for Fun Home is by four-time Tony® Award nominee Jeanine Tesori, with a book and lyrics by Tony® Award nominee Lisa Kron.

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Category: Culture

SundanceTV Wins Six CableFax Awards

Posted 03/26/2015 2:45 PM by
SundanceTV Wins Six CableFax Awards

SundanceTV won six CableFax Awards at the Digital, Tech and Trailer ceremony today — picking up honors for the THE RED ROAD, THE HONORABLE WOMAN and RECTIFY.

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Category: Culture

10 Controversial Movies that Came Out of Sundance

Posted 03/26/2015 1:13 PM by
10 Controversial Movies that Came Out of Sundance

The Sundance Film Festival has been an annual haven for some of cinema’s most controversial entries for decades. From “Catfish” to “Kids,” here are the movies that set tongues wagging.

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6 Questions with “Finding Neverland” Choreographer Mia Michaels

Posted 03/26/2015 10:00 AM by
6 Questions with “Finding Neverland” Choreographer Mia Michaels

Although she’s best known for her work as a judge and choreographer on the hit reality TV competition “So You Think You Can Dance,” Mia Michaels began her career on stage. Bringing her unique style to Broadway has been a long-held dream, and now she’s doing just that as choreographer for the soon-to-open “Finding Neverland.”

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6 Questions with “THE RED ROAD” Executive Producer Sarah Condon

Season 2

Posted 03/25/2015 12:28 PM by
6 Questions with “THE RED ROAD” Executive Producer Sarah Condon

THE RED ROAD’s executive producer, Sarah Condon, discusses casting Jason Momoa, dividing her time between THE RED ROAD and Looking, and exploring unique subcultures.

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Category: The Red Road

SundanceTV’s New Original Series “BEHIND THE STORY WITH THE PALEY CENTER” Announced

Posted 03/25/2015 11:13 AM by
SundanceTV’s New Original Series “BEHIND THE STORY WITH THE PALEY CENTER” Announced

The newest non-fiction series from SundanceTV, BEHIND THE STORY WITH THE PALEY CENTER, will premiere on Tue., Apr. 7 at 8/7c. The six-episode series will feature in-depth discussions with the stars, writers and producers of the biggest shows on TV today, including Amy Poehler (“Parks & Recreation”), Jim Parsons (“The Big Bang Theory”) and Jon Hamm (“Mad Men”).

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Category: Behind the Story

10 Movies That Prove It’s Still Hard Out There for Women

Posted 03/24/2015 6:02 PM by
10 Movies That Prove It’s Still Hard Out There for Women

While the topic of women’s rights doesn’t have the box office draw of a bunch of dudes getting wasted at a bachelor party, say, or a bride-to-be getting diarrhea in the middle of the street, there are many excellent movies that cover various aspects of the war on women (either directly or metaphorically)—workplace discrimination, violence against women, restricted access to abortion, sexual harassment, and all that fun stuff.

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Category: Film

5 Ways to Prep for “THE RED ROAD” Season 1 Marathon this Saturday

Season 1

Posted 03/24/2015 12:27 PM by
5 Ways to Prep for “THE RED ROAD” Season 1 Marathon this Saturday

Whether a Jason Momoa superfan or a fan of THE RED ROAD, we know you’re counting the days until the series’ return, Apr. 2 at 10/9c on SundanceTV. And because we know you can’t wait, we’ve prepared a few things to keep you busy, including a Season 1 marathon to tide you over. Watch back-to-back episodes of THE RED ROAD Season 1 Sat., Mar. 28 6/5C-Noon/11c, then vote for your favorite episode and check out the following:

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Category: The Red Road

6 Questions With “Orphan Black” Creator John Fawcett

Posted 03/24/2015 12:00 PM by
6 Questions With “Orphan Black” Creator John Fawcett

Orphan Black co-creator and director John Fawcett discusses writing retreats, his multiple collaborations with Tatiana Maslany and glue guns.

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Category: Series

The Doctor Is In: Thought-Provoking Advice From Movie Therapists

Posted 03/23/2015 5:31 PM by
The Doctor Is In: Thought-Provoking Advice From Movie Therapists

Dysfunctional families, abusive relationships, suppressed anger and just plain effed up…we’ve seen it all in movies like Donnie Darko and Antwone Fisher, but which onscreen shrink has helped us get through the toughest of times? Here’s our list ranking 10 movie therapists by the advice they give.

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Category: Film

What Movies Got Bought at SXSW 2015

Posted 03/23/2015 1:12 PM by
What Movies Got Bought at SXSW 2015

South By Southwest’s annual film festival is an increasingly important presence in the world of indie cinema and this year was no exception. Established distributors and emerging forces alike snapped up everything from docs to comedy over the weekend in Austin.

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6 Questions With “Orphan Black” Creator Graeme Manson

Posted 03/23/2015 1:00 PM by
6 Questions With “Orphan Black” Creator Graeme Manson

“Orphan Black” creator and head writer Graeme Manson talks channeling his mother to write a favorite character, his personal sci-fi fandom, and the right way to kill off a character.

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Growing up ’80s: The Decade with the Greatest Teen Movies

Posted 03/23/2015 12:11 PM by
Growing up ’80s: The Decade with the Greatest Teen Movies

In the 1980s that the teen movie really took off. The leading purveyor of adolescent angst and embarrassment was John Hughes, who pretty much dominated the decade with a series of brilliant comedy dramas that explored every aspect of growing up. However, he wasn’t alone. Here are seven titles, from “The Breakfast Club” to “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” (all featured in 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die), that offer up a portrait of being young in Reagan’s America.

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6 Questions With “Orphan Black” Make-Up Artist Stephen Lynch

Posted 03/23/2015 12:00 PM by
6 Questions With “Orphan Black” Make-Up Artist Stephen Lynch

“Orphan Black” make-up artist Stephen Lynch discusses signature cosmetics, the challenge of differentiating the series’ male clones, and behind-the-scenes hijinks on “Queer As Folk.”

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