ATW January 29, 2015

Emma Watson Told A Young Girl To Ignore Her Dad’s Advice And Be An Engineer [BuzzFeed]

Meet the Man Behind Sundance’s Most Terrifying Film, ‘The Witch’ [Indiewire]

Rooney Mara’s Stirring South Sudan Photo Diary [Vanity Fair]

Sundance 2015: Inside the Hip-Hop Doc ‘Fresh Dressed’ [Rolling Stone]

The Greatest Living American Actor at 85: Gene Hackman Is Retired But Still in Charge [Grantland]

Jennifer Aniston Reveals Struggles With Dyslexia, Anger; Shrugs Off Oscar Snub [THR]

The Importance of Larry Wilmore, Late Night’s Only Black Man [The Daily Beast]

“The Americans” returns: The new season spins parenthood into a Cold War fable [Salon]

ATW January 27, 2015

Ryan Guzman Answers 38 Random Questions About Himself [BuzzFeed]

Rock journalist Sylvie Simmons on her new album — “a lovelorn expanse of tumbleweeds and warm reverb” [Salon]

Pharrell, Al Gore Bringing Back Live Earth in 2015 [Rolling Stone]

Larry David Woefully “Regrets” His Broadway Debut in Fish in the Dark [Vanity Fair]

Rainn Wilson Sees No Difference Between Art And Spirituality [Huffington Post]

Cannes Wunderkind Xavier Dolan Heads To Hollywood [The Daily Beast]

Bombshell Scientology Film Revealed: Alex Gibney on Cruise, Travolta and ‘the Prison of Belief’ [THR]

God Is Not Dead! 10 Ideas That Give Hope To Spirituality [MindBodyGreen]

ATW January 25, 2015

Attention, Filmmakers: 10 Tips for Making the Transition from Writer to Writer-Director [Indiewire]

The Most Highly Anticipated Films At The 2015 Sundance Film Festival [BuzzFeed]

100 timeless songs that are never gonna give you up [Mashable]

The Power Couples of Sundance [Vanity Fair]

Next Gen Actors at Sundance: 10 Festival Breakouts [The Hollywood Reporter]

Emma Watson’s UN Makeover [The Daily Beast]

Marshal Law: Timothy Olyphant on Ending ‘Justified’ [Rolling Stone]

Stop Setting Hard Deadlines and Enjoy Your Way To Your Goals [Tiny Buddha]

Sundance Film Festival 2015 Highlights Ten Narrative Features [Cultural Weekly]

ATW January 22, 2015

Werner Herzog Offers 24 Pieces of Filmmaking & Life Advice [Open Culture]

Sundance 2015: The 13 Films To See [Indiewire]

After “Homeland,” Damian Lewis Looked To His Past To Plan His Future [BuzzFeed]

The Return of the Protest Song [The Atlantic]

No Guts, No Glory: The Rise of Gross-Out TV [Rolling Stone]

From guilty pleasure to Emmy Awards: The delightfully weird history of Lifetime movies [The Washington Post]

Starved for Time? Here’s a Surprising-and Easy-Solution [DailyGood]

Gone Girl’s Rosamund Pike, Oscar Nominee, Spills on Her Pregnancy, David Fincher, and That Unforgettable Gone Girl Scene [Vanity Fair]

ATW January 20, 2015

Making of ‘Unbroken’: Angelina Jolie Fought “Uphill Battle” in Bringing True Story to Screen [THR]

Lola Kirke on ‘Mozart in the Jungle’ and Noah Baumbach’s Secret Project [Indiewire]

Director Pawel Pawlikowski on His Oscar-Nominated Film Ida and Shooting in Black and White [Vulture]

Larry Wilmore’s challenge: Why he could be the black late-night host who makes it [Salon]

A Q&A with James Dever, Military Advisor on ‘American Sniper’ [The Credits]

Sundance Infographic 2015: Dollars and Distribution [Cultural Weekly]

40 Habits Of Highly Authentic People [MindBodyGreen]

17 Reasons You Should Be Watching “Jane The Virgin” [BuzzFeed]

ATW January 18, 2015

Bruce Willis’ Best Performances in Indie Film [Indiewire]

Self-Refinement Through the Wisdom of the Ages: 15 Resolutions for 2015 from Some of Humanity’s Greatest Minds [brain pickings]

15 ways the independent filmmaker will change in 2015 [Cultural Weekly]

What’s the Point of All These Best Picture Nominees? [Good]

‘My Husband’s Not Gay’ and Pop Culture’s Simplistic View of Sexuality [The Daily Beast]

Islam Needs Hollywood. No, Really. [Variety]

Shakespeare: One of the First and Greatest Psychologists [The Atlantic]

Music Is Something You Do [Daily Good]

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