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Stephen Schaefer, photo from Stephen Schaefer's Blog, Hollywood & Mine.
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Film critic and entertainment reporter Stephen Schaefer writes regularly for Variety, Hollywood’s well known trade paper, and The Boston Herald with interviews, features, reviews and his “Hollywood & Mine” blog at bostonherald.com/blogs/stephenschaefer.

Schaefer also hosts the half-hour weekly Web interview show "Beyond the Subtitles" on ARTonAIR.org where guests range from independent and foreign language filmmakers, documentarians, actors and critics from around the world. He often covers film festivals in Berlin, Venice, New York and Toronto. nto.

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Beyond the Subtitles

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Stephen Schaefer hosts candid conversations with actors, filmmakers, producers and movie people near and far.

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Viggo Mortensen, Captain Fantastic

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The New York born actor-photographer-publisher talks about his new film Captain Fantastic, a story of living off the grid, and what he sees as his film’s appeal in our divisive society.

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Director Thorsten Schütte is joined by Moon Zappa (Frank Zappa's daughter) as they discuss Moon's father, and Schütte's expansive movie offering a 30 year portrait of the late avant-garde rock musician/composer/satirist and lyricist.

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David Farrier & Dylan Reeve, Tickled!

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Learn about David Farrier and Dylan Reeve’s astonishing documentary profiling a LA based contentious contest for “competitive endurance tickling,” whose contestants were young men ages 18 to 23.

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Penny Lane, Nuts!

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Penny Lane discusses her new movie, revolving around the mostly true story of Dr. John Romulus Brinkley, a Midwest “doctor” whose impotence cure via goat glands and inventive use of a powerful 1920s radio tower made him a millionaire.

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Lorenzo Vigas, From Afar

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Venezuelan writer-director Vigas speaks about his stark, unsettling drama, winner of The Golden Lion, whose central character Armando --a dental technician who cruises Caracas for the paid company of street kids-- defines enigmatic.

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Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow, De Palma

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Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow sit down to discuss "De Palma", an enthralling study of the astounding career of director Brian De Palma.

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Mark Ruffalo, Now You See Me 2

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Three-time Oscar nominee Mark Ruffalo talks about why this unexpected sequel has suspicious continuity, why his Hulk will not have a movie to call his own, and why he's really, really happy never to have won that Oscar.

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The co-organizer of the traveling Anna Magnani retrospective, which toured select theaters in the United States, discloses her thoughts on Magnani’s filmography and the rare, early Magnani pieces that are often forgotten.

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Agyness Deyn & Terence Davies, Sunset Song

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An inside look into director Terence Davies's adaptation of the 1932 Scottish epic, Sunset Song, and Agyness Deyn's thoughts on playing the intense heroine, Chris Guthrie, in her most challenging role to date.

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Colin Farrell, The Lobster

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The actor discusses working with Greek surrealist writer-director Yorgos Lanthimos in The Lobster, and the radical changes in appearance he underwent for his role.

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Patrick Wilson, A Kind of Murder

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The actor, acclaimed for TV's hit Fargo miniseries, classic Western Bone Tomahawk, and the indie drama Zipper, talks about the new film, the actor's life and Conjuring 2, his upcoming big screen sequel that teams him once again with Vera Farmiga.

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Gabriel Mascaro, Neon Bull

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Brazilian writer-director talks frankly about gender, sexuality, and imagery in his latest film Neon Bull, a bizarre and striking take on the macho world of northeast Brazillian rodeos.

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Gabriel Byrne, Louder Than Bombs

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For Irish actor Gabriel Byrne, collaborating with Norway’s Joachim Trier on Louder Than Bombs, the filmmaker’s first English language effort, meant looking back at his own start nearly thirty years ago in Hollywood.

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Sarita Choudruy, A Hologram for the King

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British Actress Sarita Choudhury (Homeland) talks about history and heritage, her love for acting, and working with Tom Hanks in Tom Tykwer's adaptation of Dave Egger's novel that premiered at Tribeca Film Fest 2016.

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