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  1. Interview: I Origins Writer & Director Mike Cahill

    We also talked about dinosaur footprints and how dogs poop.

    Fox Searchlight's I Origins came out last weekend. I've already posted my review and interviews with the cast of the film, but I also had the chance to speak with writer/director Mike Cahill about his process and inspiration.

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  2. We Spoke to the Cast of Fox Searchlight’s I Origins About Science, Eyeballs, and Filmmaking.

    Also about the word "numpty" because Brit Marling wanted to?

    The new movie from writer/director Mike Cahill I Origins is out today. I had mixed feelings about its unique approach but was pretty blown away by the performances, so I was excited to be able to sit down for a roundtable discussion with Cahill and the stars of the film Michael Pitt, Brit Marling, Astrid Bergès-Frisbey, and Steven Yeun.

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  3. Review: Mike Cahill’s I Origins Is Subtle Sci-Fi That Doesn’t Play Out How You Would Expect

    You will start noticing people's eyes more after this movie.

    Writer/Director Mike Cahill's second narrative feature, I Origins, is out in theaters today. It's an unconventional sci-fi film that focuses on the line between science and faith. It deals with very big ideas in a very small way, and almost pushes the larger story aside to focus entirely on the characters. That's not necessarily a bad thing.

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  4. See the Trailer and an Exclusive Clip From Fox Searchlight’s I Origins

    Are eyes really a "window to the soul"?

    Fox Searchlight's upcoming release I Origins follows a scientist studying the human eye who has his faith in science called into question. The trailer makes it seem like a moving story based in science and faith, and Fox Searchlight also sent us an exclusive clip. Watch them both and tells us what you think.

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  5. The Mary Sue Interviews Brit Marling, Patricia Clarkson, Alexander Skarsgård, & Ellen Page Of The East

    Interview

    Screenwriter/actress Brit Marling has returned with another thought-provoking film with director Zal Batmanglij. The East, open in limited release today, stars Marling, Patricia Clarkson, Alexander Skarsgård, and Ellen Page in a spy thriller based around corporate poisonings and the freeganism movement. The Mary Sue was invited to a roundtable discussion with the actors and the director recently, and spoke with them about whether or not this is a political film, women in Hollywood, and what it was like living without entertainment and soap. 

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  6. Brit Marling’s New Film Features Ellen Page As A Member Of An Anonymous-Like Group [TRAILER]

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    We've reviewed two of Brit Marling's films on The Mary Sue. Another Earth left me with deep thoughts, while The Sound of My Voice left me wanting more. Marling's new outing has her rejoining her Voice director Zal Batmanglij for The East. She plays an "operative for an elite private intelligence firm whose top objective is to ruthlessly protect the interests of their A-list corporate clientele" while an anarchist group works to reveal the corporations shady practices. Alexander Skarsgård and Ellen Page also star as members of the seemingly fictional take on Anonymous. (via /Film) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  7. Would You Fall Prey To The Sound Of My Voice?

    Review

    As soon as I heard the genius behind the film Another Earth was involved in making another pseudo-science fiction movie I knew I had to see it immediately. Brit Marling is back with a film called Sound of My Voice about a woman, who may or may not be a time traveler, who gathers believers like a cultist. Fox Searchlight was gracious enough to let us into an early screening, read on to find out more about the movie and whether or not its worth a watch.

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  8. Contemplating Another Earth

    Review

    With the recent discovery of Kepler-22b (and others like it), it's not really far fetched to start thinking about what life would be like on another planet similar to our Earth. But what if there were another planet out there that was identical to Earth in every way? Right down to there being another you. That is the premise of Another Earth, winner of the Alfred P. Sloan Prize at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, but it's also a lot more than that. Hit the jump for the trailer and my review.

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