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    Family Values

    Actor Richard Levine makes his film directorial debut with 'Every Day,' a story based in part on events in Levine's life.

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    Back on the Radar

    Caroline Dhavernas, best known for playing quirky slacker Jaye Tyler on the short-lived 2004 Fox dramedy "Wonderfalls," soured on the small screen after the series was canceled. She has apparently changed her mind.

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    From the 'Heart'

    Hyphenate John Lithgow takes his one-man show "Stories by Heart," on the road.

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    Rob Torres Makes Mirth Seem Easy

    Big Apple Circus clown Rob Torres approaches his work as "finding the absurdity in everyday tasks."  But developing a unique yet simple action that engages an audience isn't easy.

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    The Master Builder

    Jim Broadbent creates characters across acting's broadest spectrum. In roles large and small, in theater and onscreen, Broadbent is a masterful actor.

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    Ben Affleck Knows His Way Around the 'Town'

    If anyone had doubts about that last statement after Ben Affleck's directorial debut, "Gone Baby Gone," they disappeared with the September release of the taut, original thriller "The Town."

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    From 'Hedwig' to 'Rabbit Hole'

    John Cameron Mitchell, the actor/director behind the campy rock 'n' roll musical-turned-feature "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" and the sexually laced ensemble drama "Shortbus," goes a new direction with "Rabbit Hole."

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    Storming the Castle

    In just four films—two original and two adaptations—filmmaker Sofia Coppola has proved herself one of the most fascinating American auteurs working today.

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    The Actor's Roundtable

    The season's attention-getting performers including Robert Duvall, Ryan Gosling, Colin Firth, and Mark Ruffalo debate the roles of a lifetime, the movies they regret, and when it's okay to walk off a set.

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    Anything For 'Love'

    After more than 30 years in the business, Jim Carrey isn't done surprising people. His career highs continue with 'I Love You Phillip Morris.'