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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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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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Best known for his 007 villain in Quantum of Solace, France's Mathieu Amalric adapts, directs and stars in the steamy The Blue Room. The auteur discusses sexual explicitness and what this crime film says about the people we live with and love.

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Rosamund Pike, Gone Girl

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England's Rosamund Pike discusses her casting in the year's most coveted female role: "Amazing" Amy Elliott Dunne in David Fincher's cinematic adaptation of Gillian Flynn's global bestseller, Gone Girl - the role that will make her a household name.

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Mia Wasikowska, Tracks

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In Tracks, Mia Wasikowska steps into the sturdy shoes of Robyn Davidson, the young woman, who, in 1977, walked 1,700 miles across western Australia's vast desert with just four camels and a dog, and emerged a national heroine.

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Matthew Warchus, Pride

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London and Broadway's Tony-winning director Matthew Warchus segues to the big screen with Pride, the true story of a gay and lesbian group acting in solidarity to support striking miners in their year-long battle with Margaret Thatcher in 1984.

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Rory Kennedy, Last Days in Vietnam

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The Emmy-winning documentarian of last year's Ethel, a portrait of her mother Ethel Kennedy, is back with the theatrical release of Last Days in Vietnam, an extraordinary account of what happened when the US abandoned Saigon on April 30, 1975.

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Jane Weinstock, The Moment

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The director, co-writer and producer of the critically lauded film Easy (2003) explores the psychological stress of a battle weary wartime photographer who, after a lifetime of neglecting her only child, has possibly murdered her writer lover.

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Todd Miller & Peter Larson, Dinosaur 13

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The most complete T-Rex skeleton was unearthed in South Dakota, in 1990. This discovery lead to the biggest criminal trial in the state's history. Dinosaur 13 tells this story, as well as one that details the love that one man had for these fossils.

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Daniel Radcliffe, What If

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With a trio of Broadway and London stage hits, horror films and, now the romantic comedy What If under his belt, the adventurous actor talks about his plunge into comedy, fighting nerves to dance on the Oscars, and why nudity no longer matters.

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Michael Douglas, And So It Goes

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Despite nearly everyone in the 21st Century knowing his name, Michael Douglas, feels as though he has only recently reached the fame of his late father. Here he discusses his success, role as a producer, and reoccurring work with director Rob Reiner.

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Pierre Niney, Yves Saint Laurent

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Pierre Niney plays the influential couturier Yves Saint Laurent in the film of the same name, a choice made all the more appropriate by their striking resemblance. The actor discusses landing the role, and getting approval from YSL's dog.

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Andy Serkis, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

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Andy Serkis's film reputation has not been defined by his delivery of prolific speeches, nor his onscreen charm or wit. Rather, he has become the leading CGI performance capture artist. He discusses his roles as Gollum, Tintin, and Caesar the chimp.

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