Tagged: Brit Marling

Review: ‘The East’

Eco-terrorists and corporate espionage. Dan Schindel explores the Sundance favorite.

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Interview: Director and Stars of ‘The East’

Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij’s provocative The East is a breathless, creepy, singular entry into the “spy thriller” genre.

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Review: ‘The Company You Keep’ is a Real Keeper

Robert Redford returns to top form, directing a stellar cast, fronted by the obscenely talented Shia LeBeouf in 'The Company you Keep'.

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Review: Financial Intrigue in ‘Arbitrage’

Arbitrage is a concise, smart drama about a troubled billionaire juggling far too many balls in the air, says Kit Bowen.

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Brit Marling: Redefining the Cinematic Feminine

After starring in Another Earth and Sound of My Voice, Brit Marling has quickly become one of Hollywood's rising stars. Brent Smith takes a closer examination.

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Review: ‘Sound of My Voice’ is Worth Listening To

Rising star Brit Marling shines in Sound of My Voice, playing a cult leader who claims to be from the future, says Phil Wallace in his review.

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Top 10 Rising Female Stars in Hollywood

Dino Ladki lists the Top-10 Hottest Rising Stars in Hollywood. Today is list of female stars, and on Wednesday he'll list male stars.

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‘Another Earth’: An Interview About the Other Side of Filmmaking

The new film Another Earth has a fascinating premise as it features a duplicate planet. Aphrodite Manousos speaks with the film's stars Brit Marling (also a co-writer) and William Mapother along with director Mike Cahill.

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Review: ‘Another Earth’ Succeeds on Two Planets

Mike Cahill's Another Earth begins with the fascinating premise of a duplicate planet Earth being discovered. But Ani Khashdoorian says the performances of Brit Marling and William Mapother ultimately make the film brilliant.

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