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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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Xavier Dolan, Mommy

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The Montreal wunderkind, whose French language filmmaking career began before he was 20 with the acclaimed I Killed My Mother, now scores with Mommy which, as co-writer, director and editor, won him last May’s Cannes Jury Prize.

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Julianne Moore, Still Alice

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In this upbeat interview, the five-time Academy award nominated actor discusses her role as an Alzheimer's victim, research, working in every medium--TV-stage-screen--and why winning an Oscar in 2015 would be good for her long-term health.

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Nicole Kidman, Paddington

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As Paddington’s malevolent taxidermist with homicidal intentions for the world’s most adorable talking bear, the Oscar winner explains how much “pure joy” she had making a movie for her kids and her own healing following her father's death.

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The director and stars of the film each recount their ambitions and effort in making this mesmerizing portrait of the struggles surrounding the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1965 civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery, AL.

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Michael Musto (Out.com, New York Times Style contributor), Wilson Morales (Blackfilm.com) and Stephen Schaefer present and debate their Ten Best Movies lists for 2014, which happily highlight several past Subtitles guests.

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Talya Lavie & Dana Ivgy, Zero Motivation

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Israeli writer-director Talya Lavie and her lead actress Dana Ivgy discuss their Best Narrative Feature-winning film Zero Motivation, a satirical send-up of the absurdities of army life for an all-female squadron.

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Matthew Goode, The Imitation Game

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The versatile, awesomely busy English actor, costars in the fact-based film as one of WWII's top-secret code-breakers. He is open about working with Woody Allen in Match Point and the issue of historical accuracy versus dramatic license.

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One of America's greatest actresses returns to the screen as a formidable widow in a custom-fitted vehicle. Celebrated for her Oscar-nominated films, Gena Rowlands (at age 84) still possesses the can-do spirit that has been a hallmark of her career.

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Margaret Brown, The Great Invisible

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Alabama-born and raised Margaret Brown discusses her look at the 2010 BP Oil disaster, which focuses on the people whose lives were disrupted as it pieces together the acts and rippling consequences of America's greatest environmental tragedy so far.

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Laura Poitras, Citizenfour

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The Oscar-nominated documentarian concludes her trilogy on American power post-9/11 with the extraordinary Citizenfour, which follows Edward Snowden over 8 days in a Hong Kong hotel as he exposes illegal surveillance by the NSA.

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Juno Temple, Horns

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The versatile London-born actor discusses her upbringing as Julien Temple's daughter and the merry mix of movies she's been making, including the supernatural thriller Horns and Martin Scorsese's latest HBO pilot for an as yet untitled series.

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Writer-director Ruben Östlund's twisty, blackly comic dissection of a family whose identity unravels when an avalanche disrupts their high-priced ski vacation in the French Alps stars Johannes Bah Kuhnke in a memorable screen debut.

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Joel Edgerton & Jai Courtney, Felony

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Thunder from down under! Joel Edgerton and Jai Courtney, two of Australia's hottest actors - in every sense of the term - team for the Aussie-made Felony. The dynamic duo discuss international stardom, insecurity, and why villains are lovely to play.

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Joel Edgerton & Jai Courtney, Revisited

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Two of Australia's hottest actors will be taking center stage in major movie releases in December 2014, Exodus and Unbroken. In this interview, they discuss their film Felony, international stardom, insecurity, and why villains are lovely to play.

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