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Ellar Coltrane in "Boyhood"

Growing Up On Camera :: Talking 'Boyhood' with Richard Linklater & Ellar Coltrane

By Fred Topel | Jul 21
Actor Ellar Coltrane was 6 when he started making "Boyhood." Now he's 19 & the film he's the center of has been released to rapturous reviews. EDGE spoke to Coltrane & director/writer Richard Linklater about this unique movie.

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Features

James Franco Talks Gay Films

By Jason Parsley | Jul 20
Ever since James Franco emerged in Hollywood, gay men around the country have been infatuated with the actor, who Salon.com named the sexiest man alive in 2009.

A still from 'Anatomy of a Love Seen'

Marina Rice Bader's 'Anatomy of a Love Seen' Premieres at Outfest

By Winnie McCroy | Jul 16
Marina Rice Bader screens her new film, "Anatomy of a Love Seen" at the 32nd Annual Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival.

Clint Eastwood

Clint Eastwood :: Very, Very Lucky With His 'Jersey Boys'

By Brett Michel | Jul 14
Days before the release of "Jersey Boys," Clint Eastwood led his casts of largely unknown actors in a discussion of his latest film.

Gary Oldman and Andy Serkis in "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes"

Gary Oldman and Andy Serkis :: Man vs. Ape in Latest Franchise Sequel

By Fred Topel | Jul 11
Gary Oldman and Andy Serkis play leaders of warring tribes - one human, one comprised of apes - "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes." EDGE spoke to the actors about the acclaimed sequel.

Tilda Swinton in a poster for "Snowpiercer"

Is That Snaggletoothed Bureaucrat Really Tilda Swinton?

By Fred Topel | Jul 8
When Tilda Swinton read the script to "Snowpiercer," she didn’t see a role she could play. Some creative brainstorming with the film’s director led the British actor to come up with one of her most original creations to date.

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Movie Reviews

Zach Braff stars in 'Wish I Was Here'

Wish I Was Here

By Kevin Taft
Zach Braff's Kickstarter-fueled follow-up to his indie hit "Garden State" is a sweet film despite it's uncertainties.

Alive Inside

By Kilian Melloy
Elders suffering dementia, and younger people medically institutionalized thanks to mental illness or degenerative diseases, are at risk of simply being medically warehoused. But they still have the potential for rich inner life -- and music could be key.

Romain Duris and Audrey Tautou star in 'Mood Indigo'

Mood Indigo

By Kilian Melloy
Gondry might be offering a vision of how time chews everything to bits, or how anxiety and despair infect youthful happiness. In any case, this filmic fairy tale is as colorful, unexpected, grim, and yet energetic as anything in the canon of film.

Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel star in 'Sex Tape'

Sex Tape

By Jake Mulligan
There's a moment here where Diaz is lambasting Segal, both of them stretching their faces in some weird attempt to approximate human vulnerability. She's standing in front of a fridge, and one of the kid's drawings is of a very specific food item: "Corn."

A scene from 'The Purge: Anarchy'

The Purge: Anarchy

By Padraic Maroney
An unnecessary sequel proves that the filmmakers are inept at creating a linear film with a consistent tone.

A scene from 'I Origins'

I Origins

By Kevin Taft
Avoid watching the trailer for Mike Cahill's second feature so as not to spoil the thoughtful and impactful ideas he offers his audience.

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